A lot has changed for Slaves since we first saw them here in Bristol. The heavily tattooed pair have been signed to a major label, received a Mercury nomination, and of course hit much larger venues.
Palma Violets bring their second album to The Fleece, but it's still the older anthems doing the talking.
Foals have become famed for delivering shows as hectic and stunning as they are emotional.
The show at Anson Rooms is quite rightly sold out. The effortless beauty of 'B'lieve I'm Going Down' will both warm and inspire those lucky enough to witness this one.
Traams have been pretty quiet over the last year or so — that’s why the arrival of their second album 'Modern Dancing' is not just a blessing, it’s a relief.
Richard Hawley has very much become renowned for his effortless beauty as a musician. He'll be coming to Colston Hall this month.
It’s a relief when a band deliver in the face of high expectations — and Everything Everything did exactly that with their third record this summer.
Dominating the heart of the city for one day with musicians at the height of their game. We’re indeed very lucky to see Simple Things grow stronger year upon year.
Billed as a club night ran by Satan himself, it’s safe to say that Shapes set a high bar to live up to with the enigmatic campaign behind this one.
We're about to be given a taste of the past, present and future of the legendary Johnny Marr.