Harriet Taylor


Flying Lotus | Preview

A notable cornerstone of the Warp empire, Flying Lotus has become one of our generation’s most laudable music producers.

Warpaint | Live Review

It was a cold, dark February night in Bristol, as a swarm of people hurried their dinners and arrived en masse to see Warpaint’s early show at the O2 Academy. Whilst indigestion was a risk, disappointment was not.

Swans | Preview

So if you’re feeling brave, and want to let off some steam, come and see Swans at the Trinity Centre this May. Just remember to bring earplugs.

Zun Zun Egui | Preview

To define Bristol’s own Zun Zun Egui would be near impossible; instead, let’s say their sound is colourful — full of potent energy.

Warpaint | Preview

With a self-titled sophomore LP just on the horizon, Warpaint return to Bristol’s O2 Academy in February to support their latest effort. Their debut EP,...

The Dismemberment Plan | Live Review

Growing older, taking time apart and working on different musical projects has made a noticeable imprint... When you consider The Dismemberment Plan derived their name...

Savages | Live Review

A vital and challenging presence in the music industry today; a four-pronged ballistic assault on the ear before a comforting refrain, rather like the...

Tunng | Live Review

Under scrutiny of the past hundred-or-so gigs I have been in attendance of, Tunng’s set at the newly renamed ‘Lantern’ (previously Colston Hall 2)...

Keep Shelley in Athens – ‘At Home’ | Album Review

In its essence, Keep Shelly in Athens’ 'At Home' is a standard dream pop record. It’s catchy and enjoyable, though at times feels slightly...

The Dismemberment Plan | Preview

Twelve years since the release of their last album and the imminent dissolution of the band, influential Indie rockers The Dismemberment Plan have reformed...