We caught up with loveable subtle pop musicians Gengahr following the announcement of their debut album.
The quite beautiful duo, comprised of Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn, fuse together the latter’s synth-driven production style and the former’s intricately-layered folk vocals.
The Twilight Sad certainly aren’t strangers to Bristol at this point, bordering on double digits for shows if the statistic hasn’t tipped already.
M&S isn’t an influence your usual singer-songwriter might list, but we suppose Isolde isn’t your usual singer-songwriter.
Most tracks on the second Joanna Gruesome record clock-in around the two-minute mark, speaking volumes of their swift, lo-fi, pop-punk ideology.
The first video from Bristol four-piece Scarlet Rascal has surfaced and it’s bristling with not only post-punk influences, but a smouldering danger and quiet intensity.
We caught up with Django Django ahead of their return to Bristol’s Academy.
Out of the ashes of Seasfire have risen the electronic three piece BOA.
Award winning Akala hits Bristol’s The Lantern this April.
Fresh from SXSW and with a new fire in his belly, James Bay hits Bristol’s O2 Academy this month.