Bristol's Coasts play a show at The Fleece before heading stateside.
Chiverin is a growing music community based within the heart of Bristol scene, we got down to their first event at The Louisiana which featured the highly touted Plastic Mermaids.
Photos of She Makes War live at The Louisiana, Bristol. 14.06.14.
Upon listening to London based quartet AOU, one will immediately notice the array of musical influences in their sound; mixing dream pop, post punk and electronica to create something truly colourful.
It’s that time of the year, festivals Love Saves The Day and Dot to Dot clash once again to take centre stage, a far cry of the summery weather we had last year but instead the heavens opening up and continuous rain pouring down the city of Bristol.
Woman’s Hour follow a span of great performances, kicking off their first headline tour at The Louisiana ahead of their debut album 'Conversations, an affair packed with artistic direction and expansive sounds.
Brighton’s rock quartet Morning Smoke are set to release their debut mini album ‘In Euphoria’ digitally on May 4th with the official launch taking place at The Great Escape Festival on the 8th.
When it comes to music of style and cognisant artistic direction, look no further than London’s four-piece purveyors of modernist pop Woman’s Hour.
A truly spectacular set and one that was totally unique from what I’ve come across so far.
Mustafa Mirreh with shots from our March party.