"It’s not your average Wednesday evening that you find yourself in the company of a menagerie of animals." Kezia Cochrane reviews Kero Kero Bonito.
"There’s something distinctly timeless about La Luz’s sound," according to Kezia Cochrane, who saw them enchant the Exchange crowd recently.
With considered simplicity, Nandi Rose Plunkett crafts a personal and warm environment instantly befitting of her music. Kezia Cochrane reviews Half Waif.
It’s felt like a long time coming but the wait is almost over; Kero Kero Bonito are finally gracing Bristol with their presence. Kezia Cochrane previews.
La Luz promise a beautifully warped, hazy trip of nonchalant guitars, oscillating melodies, and honeyed harmonies. Kezia Cochrane previews.
Kezia Cochrane looks forward to a myriad of lingering synths, brooding beats and glistening melodies from Half Waif this Wednesday.
Ren Aldridge of Petrol Girls speaks to Kezia Cochrane about how the future is dark and about how all bands suck when they first begin.
Kezia Cochrane talks to Phoebe Bridgers about writing, recording and touring, as well as the vital role of humour in melancholy songs.
Chelsea Wolfe plays SWX on 25th July. Her 2017 album, Hiss Spun ought to be etched into your subconscious.
Chaouche’s debut album, Safe, is out on 15th June. She plays the Old Bookshop on the 14th, plus Green Man, 16-19th August.