As sub-genres attempt to box bands into understandable categories, a band that keeps producing boundless music is Bad Sounds. Ffion Riordan-Jones previews.
There’s something hauntingly beautiful about the voice behind the dark dream-pop four-piece band that is Swimming Girls. Kelly Jobanputra previews.
Lucy Dacus is bringing her dry wit and tender observations back to Bristol after a sold-out show in the Louisiana last April. Zander Sharp previews.
As John set off and reach new heights with IDLES in Europe shortly, this show is perhaps another marking point for the band. Ross Jones previews.
Yellow Days has a dreamlike brand of bedroom indie, echoing back to the early days of Mac Demarco with an added splash of soul. Georgia Marsh previews.
With an album full of sun-blessed, LA vibes and a solid reputation for putting on a show for Bristol, Fickle Friends head to SWX. Eleanor England previews.
Superorganism are guaranteed to give you something for your mind at SWX on Monday night. Max Baker contemplates what that might be.
Minimalism is the word for the aptly-titled Minnesotan trio, Low, who bring their haunting soundscapes to Trinity this Monday. Elfyn Griffiths previews.
With the boundless energy of their indie-rock songs, Ash come to SWX on Friday to show how they still burn brightly. Stuart Tidy previews.
Taiwan's Sunset Rollercoaster pop their UK cherry on this tour, as does Chicagoan, Paul Cherry. Ross Jones previews their show at the Crofters Rights.