Bristol in Stereo
November's Releases of the Month ought to give you plenty to get you through the darker evenings.
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Post Yoga's new song sounds like a particularly fraught Casio keyboard gaining sentience.
The nights are closing in and the weather is getting increasingly miserable, what better to brighten the mood than a really nice day dancing around Bristol at Simple Things!
Emily Breeze turns an old Buddy Holly classic into something a whole load darker.
Listen to Lynks Afrikka's new piece of dark, industrial pop.
As summer comes to a close and we cosy down for Autumn, Afrobeat inspired pop artist Aadae has curated the perfect playlist to keep you warm in those winter nights.
Check out the brilliant, pulsating new piece of pop from Mouse.
A week is a long time in music. Just how many of these Gigs of the Week can you manage to fit in? You could see if someone would sponsor you. Oh, go on.
La-Z-Eye serves up some smooth, crooning muzak-style pop on new single 'Since It All Fell Apart'.