Brooklyn's Bodega brought their humane art-punk message to The Fleece on Wednesday. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Andrzej Zajac.
The Skyline Series commenced with a triple-bill of British legends, headlined by Echo & The Bunnymen. Elfyn Griffiths revews. Photos by Jess Greenwood.
When Sub Pop serves you up an album, you know it's going to be palatable. Moaning brought their new release to Rough Trade, ably flanked by Leeches and Treeboy & Arc. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Mar Reyes.
12th June | St George'sYou'd generally raise an eyebrow at the notion of us covering a covers band. When one makes covers that make...
Tenderness and tempestuous emotions combined is the delicate balance that Waxahatchee strikes. See Jessica Bartolini's photo's of Waxahatchee's recent show at The Fleece.
After a foot-stomping debut in April, Astral Tusk are back at it again with their second instalment, showcasing some of Bristol’s finest examples of the experimental jazz scene. Amy Grace reviews. Photos by Khali Ackford.
From chips and cheese to chips and gravy, things get pretty special when two outstanding components combine. LUMP have that potential. Zander Sharp reviews. Photos by Abbie Shipperley.
Wielding songs that were old friends and bringing many pleasant new acquaintances from 2018's 'Dove' Belly satiated the SWX crowd. Jon Kean reviews. Photos by Jess Greenwood.
Punka provided an off-the-scale triple bill of badass bands at The Crofters Rights, with Kiss Me Killer, Menstrual Cramps and headliners, The Gin Birkins. Photoset by Mar Reyes.
5th June | O2 AcademyPhotos: Laure Noverraz“No, let’s not play that one, we’ll only eff it up,” said guitarist to drummer.“So…this one?” bassist started...