Since their 2009 self-titled debut, followed by their blinding sophomore offering ‘Belong’, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart have been a firm favourite at BLM Towers. Rhys dropped frontman Kip Berman a line to talk about their shimmering third helping ‘Days Of Abandon’.
It’s important to write the music that you believe in, we didn't write for a market or a demographic. Eagulls gave us a reality check with...
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.
London-based Howling Bells have gone through a series of profound transformations. Riding in on the wave of a creative impulse, their fourth album, ‘Heartstrings’ is set to grace the shelves of record stores worldwide in early June. We caught up with them to discuss the new record.
Cult 90s band Belly talk to us about new music, collaborations and future plans ahead of their appearance at O2 Academy
The Orwells last visit to Bristol was a messy and heated affair. Now they're back and due to take on a bigger, sold-out show at The Fleece this month.
"We did a two-man presentation once, we were on tour and during the daytimes we were going to Universities and giving fake motivational speeches." We chat with Keith of New York double act We Are Scientists ahead of their upcoming Bristol show.
We talk to BBC 1Xtra Presenter, Jamz Supernova, ahead of the first regional tour of her club night, Future Bounce. Aside from her sick...
Three Kings High are a band that mix charisma, energy, passion and outright talent into both their records and live shows
We talk to our favourite bands about all things Bristol. This month: Dan Lane of Goan Dogs