Everyone should go to a Nils Frahm gig at least once in their lives. Whatever the opposite of easy listening is (and it’s definitely not uneasy listening), that’s what Frahm delivers. Jon Kean reviews. Photos by Hannah Rooke.
Even if you have to get there by dog sled, here are our Gigs of the Week that no power of the elements should drag you away from.
Off the back of All Melody, his first major release since 2015’s Solo, Nils Frahm comes to the Colston Hall this week to make Sunday the day of restless. Jon Kean previews.
So the Earth moved the other day? Check the intensity of sound waves that are going to be spreading across the city on Thursday alone and wonder whether we're not likely to be prone to a few more tremors.
Valentine's may be done and dusted, but you might just fall more deeply in love with some of the acts below this week. No stalking, though.
Love is in the air - for your Bristol music scene, of course. As we reel from the loss of another venue in The Bierkeller, scene of many a past glory, let's embrace the present, our great venues and promoters, embrace new bands and embrace the person next to us in the crowd (perhaps not the last one).
Live Editor, Jon Kean explores the past and present of band names in this latest thought piece.
Live Editor, Jon Kean, sits down with the legendary Mogwai ahead of their Colston Hall show.
As Independent Venue Week concludes, we can see the quality of Bristol's venues and shows and decide that it's Independent Venue Week every week. Enjoy your music!
The Free For All Festival concludes. Independent Venue Week begins. The Bristolian beat goes on. There's always a little bit of what you fancy out there. Keep looking for it.