It's visceral, interactive and unquestionably excellent, proving Shame to be a excelling live band with real validity.
December is upon us. Where did 2017 go? This week, we say "Hello" and "Happy Birthday" once more, as well as the long "Goodbye" to Roll for the Soul.
Calling yourself DUDS has to be a double-bluff on the quality stakes, right? There's only one way to find out, good people - Exchange, Wednesday. You know you want to.
On Friday night, Alvvays returned to Bristol to sell out the Trinity Centre, less than six months after doing the same at Thekla. Will Perkins reviewed. Photos by Laure Noverraz.
As the world honours the hero that was Stephen Hawking, here is our theory of everything that you ought to prioritise in the next seven days. It's Gigs of the Week.
8th April | Rough Trade Enough has been said about Goat Girl's origins and not nearly enough about what they actually have to say. Having...
There’s an air of justified excitement which surrounds Keir - talk of a distinctive sound that results in incredibly strong stage presence. Kelly Jobanputra previews his Louisiana show this Wednesday.
"Jungle in 2018 are no longer merely a focused funk collective - they're ready to break the mould." Oliver Evans reviews. Photos by Mar Reyes.
Eastville Park staged another Love Saves The Day, its much loved love-in, welcoming its best-ever line-up. Gabriel Palmer reviews. Photos by Paul Lippiatt.
After five years of producing poignant pop-punk pieces, Bristol boys, Austeros, will be bidding their final farewell at Exchange this week. Ffion Riordan-Jones previews.