It's visceral, interactive and unquestionably excellent, proving Shame to be a excelling live band with real validity.
The climax to Colston Hall's 150th anniversary celebrations with the Bristol Takeover.
Shame's rise over the past year could evidently be put down to two distinct elements that successfully interweave.
Ulrika Spacek bring their expressive project to the intimate settings of the Louisiana.
Hussein uncovers the luminous virtue of her songwriting, distinctive, grasping and astute in sensitivity.
Art Is Hard Records celebrated their 7th birthday, and man it was a good one!
Words and photos of all the excitement and action of Bristol Psych Fest 2017.
Ross Jones talks to Perth band Pond about their new album 'The Weather'.
Since the release of their second album, Edinburgh four-piece The Spook School have been finding rightfully-deserved comfort in who they are.
Their set at The Fleece proved that Slowdive are meant to be doing this now just as much they were twenty years ago.