Syren City are five Bristol boys on a mission to bring riff-music to the world. We spoke to the band about DIY, Riff City and their second offering ‘Escape’.
Dead Rat Orchestra are set to round off their unique 273 mile canal and rivers tour at The Arnolfini on August 16th, we got the lowdown of their journey so far.
We catch up with UK circuit mainstays Tellison ahead of their new album and ArcTanGent show later in the month.
Coasts are one of the most hard-working Bristol acs we’ve encountered. We caught up with them to find out what goes on behind the summery shimmer of their songs.
Sheffield’s Slow Club possess the kind of substance that swallows up other guy-girl duos and makes vintage-tinged pop songs out of their bones, we caught up with them on the cusp of the new album.
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.
It's been a heavy year for Teleman, and that's not to say that they'll be kicking back now that summer has arrived either, we shared a few words with singer Thomas Sanders in light of their striking debut album Breakfast.
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’.
For many, George Ezra came out of nowhere — for others, he was BIMM Bristol’s most promising alumnus. we chat with him about writing, honing and his rise to celebrated songsmith ahead of debut album ‘Wanted On Voyage’.
This month Bristol will once again be hit by the weekend party that is Love Saves The Day. We caught up with key figure...