After eighteen years together, it is always warming to hear that a band is still finding experimentation and inspiration among its ranks and it doesn’t look there will be any slowing in Metric’s creative process.
Turbowolf’s homecoming show painfully leaves us wishing we’d paid more attention in gym class.
Expect a lot of 20-somethings reliving their teenage angst as The Used return to Bristol.
The self-proclaimed weird and wonderful Marmozets are set to grace Bristol’s Fleece with their quirky presence on February 20th.
Introducing African brothers Bite The Buffalo, with their second album out in 2015.
Bristol’s breakthrough artist George Ezra returns to the Academy for his biggest home show to date.
Following the Banksy removal, team Thekla have commissioned a new piece, this time by Bristol-born, now London-based, artist Inkie.
It’s Childhood’s first headline tour and tonight marks the Bristol date with support from Towns. We’re slouched upon the upstairs sofa of Exchange supping room temperature lager, making sense of how they’re coming to terms with touring alone.
When it comes to music of style and cognisant artistic direction, look no further than London’s four-piece purveyors of modernist pop Woman’s Hour.
The Jezabels storm Europe with their ‘The Brink’ tour.