While some acts climb up their own bums to make vapid dog eggs that only they call songs, this record is the “what you could have won” of third album offerings.
As usual it’s the trio’s songwriting and execution that separate them from the pack.
Dark lyrics aside, there’s pleasure to be found within the new Deerhunter album.
Wavves’ fifth album does manage to provide something worthwhile.
Tweeddale takes a drink after exclaiming, “Tequila is the only alcohol that doesn’t turn to sugar in your blood!” to a bemused crowd.
After a more than memorable performance back in 2014, expectations were understandably very high for Action Bronson’s return to Bristol’s O2 Academy.
As the sun went down under a pinkening sky on what may have been the last hazy day of the summer, three artists took to the Colston Hall’s cosy Lantern space to weave their own woozy, dusky magic.
We went to see how both Wolf Alice and Drenge fared in one of Bristol’s larger venues.
There’s not a patch of floor in sight and when Mac and co. finally emerge onstage the roar is like nothing I’ve ever heard.
Returning to Bristol less than six months after their triumphant show at the Thekla, Canadian guitar-pop quintet Alvvays are fast on the rise to indie stardom based on this showing.