"Releasing your own record means you don't have to compromise on anything." We catch up with Gareth and Jesse of The Big Naturals to talk...
Turbowolf offered a place of refuge from the rain with their set inside a giant tent halfway through the Saturday
1. Dot to Dot returns for its 5th year, has the festival changed much from previous incarnations? Slight change this year as we are using...
June sees Colston’s final main hall show, with CH Presents ramping up from this month. The venue is set to reopen as normal from summer 2020.
We spoke to the emerging Bristol-based singer, songwriter and producer Mercy's Cartel who has been making waves across Bristol venues since the release of her debut EP Vibes Cartel.
We chat to guitarist Alex Henery ahead of their date at Bristol's The Marble Factory.
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.
Ginny and Aimae, presenters at We The Curious – Bristol’s science and arts space. (prev. At-Bristol)
The Leeds-based, self proclaimed “sappy punx” four-piece have kicked on another level this year.
Last year, Rozi Plain released third album ‘Friend’– a record that was both life-affirming and devastating; a hopeful beacon in a world that (let’s...