This release marks the third wave in a blinding trilogy from Lionface. Serving as a reminder that pop can be dark, unapologetic and filthy.
We caught up with Rebecca Clements to talk about how her hard-graft around Bristol has paid off.
After much waiting we’re finally blessed with a debut album from Bronze Medal. I spoke with the band’s Chris Hillier about their slow-burning process and Iceland calling.
Red Snapper have been incredibly busy over the last few years, we catch up with them ahead of their album launch at The Louisiana later this month.
Noise Annoys is a monthly night at The Thunderbolt providing the finest new alternative bands around. With listings stretching all the way to December, we had a chat with founder Ben Tansey.
Syren City are five Bristol boys on a mission to bring riff-music to the world. We spoke to the band about DIY, Riff City and their second offering ‘Escape’.
Singer-songwriter Makala Cheung flies the flag for both Bristol and China with pride, as she combines both traditional and electronic sounds to create some quite distinctive pop.
Emily Breeze is back with the long-awaited Candy Darling single, ‘Money’.
Since early last year, Ghost Of The Avalanche have been making DFA 1979-inspired noise, now they're back with a new EP.
Tools down, everyone; OLO Worms are doing a thing. ‘ICE ESC’, the lead track from their upcoming EP, signals a new wave of leftfield offerings from the transmuting collective.