Harriet Taylor


The Twilight Sad | Preview

Having earned a solid reputation as one of Scotland's most promising acts, The Twilight Sad hit The Fleece this April.

Waxahatchee ‘Ivy Tripp’ | Album Review

There’s a timeless universality that permeates the thirteen tracks present on Waxahatchee’s third album ‘Ivy Tripp’.

We Exist: Representations of Transpeople in Music

We explore the representations of transgender people in the music industry.

Mineral | Live Review

Mineral return to Bristol proving that they remain a truly remarkable band.

Sienna Chorus ‘Perfect Remedy’ | Single Review

After the release of a promising debut single, surprising upstarts Sienna Chorus refuse to buck the trend with their latest, ‘Perfect Remedy’.

Trust Fund ‘No-one’s Coming For Us’ | Album Review

‘No-one’s Coming For Us’ is a brilliant masterstroke, brimming with the oddball charm that we'd expect from Trust Fund.

Mineral | Preview

Texas band Mineral are set to play their first UK shows since their reformation last year.

Mos Def | Live Review

Mos Def returns with a show that's been touted to the hills, but does he deliver?

Rauschenberg ‘Self-titled’ | Album Review

Depending on your inclination, Rauschenberg’s debut LP could either be a wonderful throwback to the glory days of alternative rock or a stone best left unturned.

Howlin’ Lord ‘Breakfast Of Champions’ | Album Review

With his latest release, Bristol’s Howlin’ Lord (Mark Legassick) is beating down the same world-weary path as his folk forefathers.