Slaves hit Bristol’s Thekla on their first serious headline tour of the UK with a sold out crowd to please.
Sleaford Mods bring lyrical matters of bad drugs, Weetabix, toilets and unemployment to Bristol’s Exchange this May.
For the creative, the path of inspiration cuts through their very mind. They are able to meander through their own thoughts, witnessing the most incredible sights and sounds, all heavily laden with emotion.
New to the Howling Owl nest, here comes Wenonoah’s journey of a debut album.
Sharon Van Etten is one of the finest American singer-songwriters to have emerged in recent years, now she’s hitting Trinity this April.
The Rupees new EP just bursts into life in charismatic rock ‘n’ roll fashion.
East India Youth’s second record is much more accessible than his first, it’s bigger sounding, quicker to the point and perhaps more cutting.
The Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival book only the finest artists to entertain the good people of Bristol who are a musically astute, discerning and openminded… As we approach this year’s Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival (6-8 March), I shared… Read More »
We caught up with The Cribs ahead of their show at The Fleece.
Makala sings of life’s pleasures, taking your time and being true to yourself in her latest single.