Her self-labelled 'tropical pop' takes reggae further into the mainstream than it has been for a long time. It's infectious. Don’t miss the chance to see one of the brightest stars of her genre this Tuesday at Thekla.
Why We Love provide a uniquely bright outlook on life, with a light-hearted commentary to boot. Who doesn't need that on a Friday night?
Make sure you brighten up the early days of January with the first performance of the year from this upbeat alt-pop four-piece.
We caught up with Fickle Friends ahead of their sold-out Bristol show on Saturday.
Ending with this is the perfect reminder that despite being out the spotlight for a just short of a decade, Craig David isn't stuck on rewind.
23rd June | Bristol AmphitheatreIt's been a good year for Craig David. He's not only returned with the most unexpected of comebacks with his...
Oliver Evans chats to the bass-playing, electronic duo about the challenges in starting a new project.
Punk is like Marmite: you love it or you hate it. Defining the genre in 2017 is tricky too. Purists would swear by The...
If the words Desperate Journalist ring any bells, you’re either thinking of The Cure’s diss track to an NME writer following a bad review...
Kate Nash will never be what you call normal, she is what you call a rock star.