The new single from Three Kings High is explosive, riff-heavy and electrifying.
Helped along by its squeaky clean production, it’s another striking output from the Circus City artist who grows wiser with every release.
Allison’s debut album ‘Just Another Girl’ is an album full of soulful contemplation, finely in tune with Bristol’s contemporary country scene.
Already a strong contender on the folk circuit, this release is sure to amplify their intentions.
The Adenuga brothers show their pioneering hold over the scene once again with this modern grime classic ‘That’s Not Me’.
The Moons know where they want their listener to be. Mindwaves will take fans back to a jauntier time where this kind of psychedelic sci-fi Brit pop was commonplace.
Elderbrook has been busy at work on some great remixes, including Amber Run’s most recent release ‘I Found’.
Singer-songwriter Makala Cheung flies the flag for both Bristol and China with pride, as she combines both traditional and electronic sounds to create some quite distinctive pop.
Social Skills might not be an ongoing entity, but a long overdue album has finally come to light.
Emily Breeze is back with the long-awaited Candy Darling single, ‘Money’.