Matt Otridge, Co-Director of Exchange, speaks to Live Editor, Jon Kean, about their ambitious plans for the future through community ownership.
Ren Aldridge of Petrol Girls speaks to Kezia Cochrane about how the future is dark and about how all bands suck when they first begin.
Will Rugless and Adi G from Café Kino tell us what makes them tick about the fine metropolis that is Bristol in this instalment of Bristol Because.
Kezia Cochrane talks to Phoebe Bridgers about writing, recording and touring, as well as the vital role of humour in melancholy songs.
Christian Northwood talks to Ewan Merrett of Bad Sounds about their forthcoming self-help inspired 'full package' of an album.
Gorgeous Bully talk to Rhys Buchanan about their new lust for life and their new adventures with Bristol's Breakfast Records.
Poisonous Birds talk to Will Perkins about the past, present and future, as well as about their perception of the thriving Bristol music scene.
Dan Chandler and Conal Dodds of Crosstown Concerts give BLM the lowdown on what makes our city the place for them in this month's 'Bristol Because'.
Bristol Because with Iwan Best, Venue Manager at Exchange / Invisible Llama Music.
Avec Sans play at Bristol Pride on 14th July and are creatively hibernating thereafter.