Hozier ‘From Eden’ | EP Review

Ireland have given us many great things – Guinness, leprechauns, Bob Geldof – but it seems none are as great as singer-songwriter Andrew Hozier-Byrne, known to you and I simply as Hozier, whose recent offering really packs a punch.

Tracks of the Week 90

It's that time again, best-tracks-from-last-week o'clock.

Jemima Surrender ‘Sylvia’ | Video

Bristol indie pop trio Jemima Surrender return with the video for their latest single, ‘Sylvia’.

Oliver Wilde ‘Red Tide Opal In The Loose End Womb’ |...

With its larger sound, further prevalence of stings and even closer vocals, ‘Red Tide’s richness makes for something deeply opiate — gorgeous, life-affirming headphone music to share your life with.

Heyrocco ‘Loser Denial’ | Video

Grunge-pop trio Heyrocco are set to release their debut album this July, but not before they unveil the brand new video for the impressive ‘Loser Denial’.

BBC 6 Music festival comes to Bristol | NEWS

Bristol is set to host the third BBC 6 Music festival. But who's playing?

Silver Waves ‘EP2’ | EP Review

The sound of a post-apocalyptic future has arrived with Silver Waves' 'EP2', which provides a challenging listen.

Peace Cover Wham’s ‘Last Christmas’ | Watch Video

Need an excuse to get in the xmas mood? Well today is your lucky day. Watch Peace's video for 'Last Christmas' right here.

Echo and The Bunnymen ‘Meteorites’ | Album Review

A year ago, Ian McCulloch found himself in a dark place. After leading Echo & The Bunnymen through thirty-five years of epic highs and turbulent lows, the singer realised it was time to take a break and look inwards.