From the early days of knocking around in Knowle, to destroying dancefloors worldwide, Matt Walker is the new Bristol-boy-done-good.
Whether it’s his armchair delivery, the blasé title or him listing his address at the end, this is certainly a gripping LP.
Listening to ‘Minesweeping’ is as fraught with uncertainty as its namesake suggests.
With fists clenched, this resurrected beast speaks in those trademark tortured rasps, the fourteen-track manifesto a fervent call to rally hearts and minds to its cause.
East India Youth, aka William Doyle, took to the stage at Exchange to bring us renditions from his latest LP, ‘Culture of Volume’.
Blacklisters brought more than enough new material to their show at Exchange in May.
Soak’s debut album is released under Rough Trade in a lush expanse of echoed vocals and dreamy guitar patterns.
Pity Sex are set to roll into town both turning some heads and raising some smiles.
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.
We caught up with Lucy Rose to discuss her second album and upcoming UK tour.