After a more than memorable performance back in 2014, expectations were understandably very high for Action Bronson’s return to Bristol’s O2 Academy.
Honeyblood stand for what’s right in this messy world of music.
The truth may be that human beings are naturally tribal about many things, whether we like to admit it or not. But musical tribes, or subcultures — what are they? And are they even relevant any more?
With only a couple of EP’s to their name and no news of an album release date, Yak hit The Louisiana.
This bill of acts arrived like a raincloud here to cast a muggy air on the somewhat pissed young crowd.
The Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival book only the finest artists to entertain the good people of Bristol who are a musically astute, discerning and openminded… As we approach this year’s Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival (6-8 March), I shared… Read More »
Jungle have been hyped to the hills over the last year, but can they deliver live?
Ibeyi’s gig at The Louisiana will be a chance to witness two talented musicians exploring themes of loss, separation and ancestry.
Submotion Orchestra hit Trinity Centre as part of their current UK tour.
Tonight was very much a colourful, emotional and joyous affair, summing up the beaming diversity on the Bristol scene right now.