Friday night at The Old England was a towering triple-decker of Lazarus Kane, The Shuks and Vinyl Staircase. Robyn Bainbridge and Jess Greenwood review.
Vinyl Staircase don’t so much nod as they do wave vigorously towards the golden age of alternative rock. Robyn Bainbridge previews.
Ezra Furman is a theatrical performer, whose onstage persona is a beguiling outpouring of expertly-wielded turmoil. Robyn Bainbridge reviews his recent Colston Hall show. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
"Walking into the live room at the Exchange on Tuesday evening was like blindly feeling your way into a damp little cliff-side cove after hours of swimming in dazzling afternoon sun." Robyn Bainbridge captures the magic of Cousin Kula.
"There’s a lot of low-fi, emo withdrawal in the tracks, but in a live environment, the folk really comes through." Robyn Bainbridge reviews Slonk at The White Rabbit.
Cousin Kula are the next biggest psych-pop band in the South West music scene, and they’re headlining the Exchange on Tuesday. Robyn Bainbridge previews.
Breakfast Records bring you Slonk, Brixton’s Cagework and Bristol DIY dream-team, Langkamer at The White Rabbit. What's not to like? Robyn Bainbridge previews.
Photos: Adam Gasson “I don't think I ever really had major ambitions to do music.” Stevie Parker is a picture of understated accomplishment: an oversized...