There isn’t really another way to describe this show at the Arnolfini than as a performance art piece – certainly, a gig like no other; an evening of mind-expanding, auteur electronics, celestial harmonies, and ghostly new age experimentation.
Unlike their last show in Bristol when they played a lively rock ’n’ roll oriented set at the O2 Academy, Eels visit to Colston Hall looks to be a more vulnerable and intimate affair.
I’m sure the majority of music aficionados have known the heartbreak that comes when your favourite artists decide to call it a day. LCD Soundsystem, R.E.M., Vivian Girls, The Mars Volta, WU LYF: all heartbreakers. There will be no new music, no live shows, and no hope – to be blunt. Or so you would think.
It’s certainly been a long while since Zun Zun Egui last brought their kaleidoscopic, genre-hopping psych-rock to Bristol, but their show at the Exchange this past Friday night was more than just a homecoming.
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Another year, another festival season. Now in its second year, ArcTanGent 2014 promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Hailing from New York City, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart have been quietly but respectably releasing music for the past eight years.
A notable cornerstone of the Warp empire, Flying Lotus has become one of our generation’s most laudable music producers.
It was a cold, dark February night in Bristol, as a swarm of people hurried their dinners and arrived en masse to see Warpaint’s early show at the O2 Academy. Whilst indigestion was a risk, disappointment was not.
So if you’re feeling brave, and want to let off some steam, come and see Swans at the Trinity Centre this May. Just remember to bring earplugs.