George Ezra | Interview

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’.

First look: Pictures of Belgrade – Airs and Your Graces

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Farmfest 2015 – Saturday | Diary

The weather is somewhat gloomy but it doesn't stop the sold-out festival crowd from retaining their upbeat spirit.

Repo Man ‘Minesweeping’ | Album Review

Listening to ‘Minesweeping’ is as fraught with uncertainty as its namesake suggests.

Flags – ‘Oil and Sparks’ EP | Full Review

The whole experience is one that blurs into the subconscious, those four-tracks simply becoming one single piece that ends all to abruptly. There's a masterful sense that each song is simply building slowly into the next, testing the listener’s resolve for a final triumphant decree of noise.

Premiere: Milo’s Planes unveil ‘Chandelier’

'Chandelier' is the second track from their new Locks EP and carries straight off from where their previous album left off

Eric Sings releases new EP

Some dreamy grunge for yet another hot day courtesy of the young Bristol artist

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Brody Dalle – ‘Diploid Love’ | Album Review

This record could be set to be one of the best punk albums of 2014.

Trust Fund ‘No-one’s Coming For Us’ | Album Review

‘No-one’s Coming For Us’ is a brilliant masterstroke, brimming with the oddball charm that we'd expect from Trust Fund.

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