The Iceage and Idles show at The Fleece has been a beacon of excitement for some time, but will they deliver?
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.
Candlelight Records’ gothic/no wave/doom/and the rest outfit Cold In Berlin head to Exchange with Nasty Little Lonely in tow.
Having earned a solid reputation as one of Scotland’s most promising acts, The Twilight Sad hit The Fleece this April.
We caught up with Lucy Rose to discuss her second album and upcoming UK tour.
Texas band Mineral are set to play their first UK shows since their reformation last year.
It’s a Friday night, The Louisiana is sold out and the pints are a flowing – Sylvan Esso appear onstage with beaming smiles, and they have every reason to be wearing them.
Band Of Skulls bring their textbook jams back to Bristol this November.
Swans are a band whose reputation often precedes them. Through their lengthy career, which has seen both the dissolution and reformation of the band in a distinctly new line-up, the line between fact and fiction has blurred considerably. They return to Bristol with a soul destroying intensity.
For years now, Pixies fans have been eagerly awaiting the bands first release since 1991’s Trompe Le Monde, and now that time has finally arrived. With a little help from producer Gil Norton, the their fifth full-length record, Indie Cindy has arrived.