Boogarins produce pure and authentic psych-rock that transcends the notions of reality and dream, light and dark. Ross Jones previews.
Lucy Dacus played her second sold-out show in Bristol this year, the second with a Bristol musician in support. Zander Sharp and Jessica Bartolini review.
"'Mesmerisingly alluring' is the most appropriate way of describing Bristol-based band Swimming Girls." Kelly Jobanputra reviews.
Snail Mail returns to Bristol to cut through the increasingly-autumnal feel with a last minute 'Heat Wave'. Harriet Taylor previews.
"The set was incredibly soulful – thanks primarily to the husky, whiskey-tinged drawl of Van Den Broek." Georgia Marsh reviews Yellow Days at Thekla.
Goat Girl sway seamlessly between malignant rock n roll jabs and callous, inebriated murmurs. Ross Jones previews their forthcoming Thekla show.
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Sea Girls play songs packed with aspects of pop, the dreamier, janglier side of indie and some rather hefty rock elements. Photoset by Jessica Bartolini.
John hit The Mothers Ruin with a blistering and impactful set that certainly feels like the start of a new chapter for the duo. Ross Jones reviews.
Ash consistently prove that longevity can go hand-in-hand with innovation and 'shoot from the hip' energy. Stuart Tidy and Michael Brumby review.