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Thekla Announce Bristol Harbour Festival Line-Ups

Bristol Harbour Festival is taking place across three miles of the harbour side this year, and across the July weekend Thekla will celebrate the...

First Listen | Slift – Fearless Eye

Mop-haired monsters, foreboding beings from another dimension and one pretty giant sword - it's all here in Slift's enigmatic new video for their massive...

Moaning | Live Review & Photoset

Moaning
When Sub Pop serves you up an album, you know it's going to be palatable. Moaning brought their new release to Rough Trade, ably flanked by Leeches and Treeboy & Arc. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Mar Reyes.

Triptych | Live Review

Triptych
Triptych was a first-class Gravy Train one-dayer across two venues and three stages at The Exchange and The Stag and Hounds. Ross Jones reviews.

Moaning | Live Preview

Moaning
With ten years of experience in other esteemed DIY bands behind them, Moaning head to Bristol for the first time sounding immediate and assured. Ross Jones previews.

Thee MVPs | Live Review

Thee MVPs
"In the scope of things, you wonder quite just how Thee MVPs are still alive, let alone a functioning and damn well-oiled band." Ross Jones reviews their show at The Old England.

Park Motive Win Green Man Rising Competition

Green Man
Bristol electronic five-piece Park Motive have won the revered Green Man Rising competition, earning the opportunity to open the main stage at Green Man Festival...

Kasabian Announce Surprise Bristol 02 Academy Show

Kasabian
Leicester indie staples Kasabian are returning to Bristol for a very special one off show at Bristol 02 Academy on 20th June.The group, who...

Idles Announce New Album Joy As An Act of Resistance, Confirm...

Idles - Joy As An Act of Resistance
IDLES have announced details of their second LP, titled Joy As An Act Of Resistance. The band will release the album on 31st August...

Triptych | Live Preview

Triptych
The one-day festival headlined by Autobahn, Triptych will showcase just what is so absorbing about Gravy Train and their dedication and passion for eclectic music. Ross Jones previews.

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