London born, Swiss educated, Balearic dwelling Anglo-Italian singer and guitarist Jack Savoretti brought his smorgasbord of influences to Bristol’s Trinity. It was packed with a diverse audience who we can assume all share the knowledge that here is one of… Read More »
Taken from the debut EP ‘Alba’ released earlier in the year comes this intimate session of ‘Delphine’.
Taking a window seat at the Arnolfini amongst the background clatter of the café, I sit down with frontman Joe Talbot to discuss the new Idles EP ‘Meat’ and the current state of things in Bristol.
Back when DFA Records was coughing up disco punk a plenty; it created the careers of the likes of Radio 4 and The Rapture. But then they signed Hot Chip — a decidedly contrasting character.
We’re delighted to bring you the first ever video from Bristol’s Jesuits.
From the early days of knocking around in Knowle, to destroying dancefloors worldwide, Matt Walker is the new Bristol-boy-done-good.
The music industry has duly been asking itself some questions of late, from festival lineups left glaringly stark once stripped of their male only acts…
The weather is somewhat gloomy but it doesn’t stop the sold-out festival crowd from retaining their upbeat spirit.
Tamu Massif – strives to create songs with those ever-important human aspects to them; personal, abstract offerings that allow you to become lost in a world of layered soundscapes.
The mutual affection shared between Tune-Yards and the people of Bristol was once again on show at Motion earlier this month.