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Zun Zun Egui | Preview

To define Bristol’s own Zun Zun Egui would be near impossible; instead, let’s say their sound is colourful — full of potent energy.

Warpaint | Preview

With a self-titled sophomore LP just on the horizon, Warpaint return to Bristol’s O2 Academy in February to support their latest effort. Their debut EP,...

The Dismemberment Plan | Live Review

Growing older, taking time apart and working on different musical projects has made a noticeable imprint... When you consider The Dismemberment Plan derived their name...

Savages | Live Review

A vital and challenging presence in the music industry today; a four-pronged ballistic assault on the ear before a comforting refrain, rather like the...

Tunng | Live Review

Under scrutiny of the past hundred-or-so gigs I have been in attendance of, Tunng’s set at the newly renamed ‘Lantern’ (previously Colston Hall 2)...

Keep Shelley in Athens – ‘At Home’ | Album Review

In its essence, Keep Shelly in Athens’ 'At Home' is a standard dream pop record. It’s catchy and enjoyable, though at times feels slightly...

The Dismemberment Plan | Preview

Twelve years since the release of their last album and the imminent dissolution of the band, influential Indie rockers The Dismemberment Plan have reformed...

Tunng | Preview

On paper, the genre 'Folktronica' sounds like a bit of an abomination - the Frankenstein’s monster of music - often misunderstood. In reality though,...

Savages | Preview

The term “post-punk” is thrown around a lot with this London based quartet - with comparisons ranging from Joy Division and Siouxsie Sioux, to...

Ducktails – ‘Honey Tiger Eyes’ | Stream Now

With their best foot firmly forward on releasing ‘The Flower Lane’ earlier this year, Ducktails return with ‘Honey Tiger Eyes’, off the ‘Wish Hotel’...

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