Love is in the air - for your Bristol music scene, of course. As we reel from the loss of another venue in The Bierkeller, scene of many a past glory, let's embrace the present, our great venues and promoters, embrace new bands and embrace the person next to us in the crowd (perhaps not the last one).
September's releases are likely to make autumn days brighter, with new ones from Villagers, Waxahatchee, Beak>, Teleman and Christine and the Queens.
We caught up with Lucy Rose to discuss her second album and upcoming UK tour.
Each month we bring you a handy round-up of the most exciting new releases. This month sees long-awaited albums from Aurora and Emmy The Great, while...
If anger is fuel for the creative good, then let the people rage. We need a soundtrack to document our times
Hayden Thorpe talks us through the new album, playing live and putting his life on freeze.
Directed by Thorny photographer and videographer Paul Samuel White, the visuals capture Yama Warashi's enchanting musicality.
Every Thursday, we’ll be picking out the best gigs to look forward to for the coming week. Take a look at some of the best shows Bristol has to offer below.
The fun never stops, and as proof, here's some of our favourite tracks from last week.
New month, new music! Check out our April album reviews featuring Fenne Lily, ISLAND, Hinds, Tom Misch and more.