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 »
He informed us that he normally plays ‘Smokers…’ at this point, but had received a text from his father that day suggesting he perform ‘All Sparks’ as no-one was hurt in the fire during the afternoon.
A staple in the plethora of bands charging a psych-pop revival, Gengahr catapult themselves to the forefront. Just sit back and let the quite beautifully-constructed psych waves wash over you.
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.
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.
Having just touched down from Japan, we managed to share a few words with frontwoman Ellie Rowsell about what it’s like to be in Wolf Alice in 2015.
Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES have delivered the icing atop what has been a great year in pop music.
If you’re looking for a typically breezy summer album, then HEALTH’s ‘Death Magic’ doesn’t immediately come to mind.
Ellis Jones, better known as Trust Fund has returned with new single ‘Dreams’.
Bristol-based production duo, Icarus, have 2-stepped up their game with new EP ‘Don’t Cry Wolf’.