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LICE | Live Preview

Triptych
Join LICE as they bound into the next rousing instalment of their so-far striking existence at The Loco Klub on Thursday night. Ross Jones previews.

Car Seat Headrest | Live Preview

Car Seat Headrest
Get set for a spontaneous, free-wheeling and unashamed performance from Car Seat Headrest this Tuesday. Ross Jones previews.

New Bristol Label Rock Pool Recordings Unveil First Release

Rockpool Recordings - 'Intertidal Life'
New Bristol-based independent label Rockpool Recordings have announced details of their first physical release.The label, founded by Pop Or Not Promotion's Caio Wheelhouse, is...

Simple Things Festival Announce 2018 Date and Information

Simple Things Festival have announced initial plans for the 2018 edition of this year's festival, which takes place annually in October across the city...

Line-Up Announced For Bristol Live Magazine Stage At Dot To Dot...

Phoxjaw
Bristol Live Magazine are proud to be a part of Dot To Dot Festival, an increasingly exciting festival which is, with each passing year...

HMLTD | Live Review

HMLTD
HMLTD, Scalping and Poisonous Birds all on one bill? Colston Hall presents at The Station were really spoiling us. Ross Jones reviews.

Japanese Breakfast | Live Preview

Japanese Breakfast
No matter how big the venue, Michelle Zauner, aka Japanese Breakfast, gives a performance that is intimate, like she's performing to a small congregation. Ross Jones previews her Thekla show.

Protomartyr | Live Review & Photoset

Protomartyr
Protomartyr's poetics offer a shard of clarity and a ray of hope in a crazy world. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Rowan Allen.

HMLTD | Live Preview

HMLTD
The prospect of sensory overload from HMLTD, Scalping and Poisonous Birds at The Station on Friday night is a tantalising one. Ross Jones previews.

Dot To Dot Festival Finalise 2018 Line-Up

Thyla
Following the announcement last Friday of the local acts playing this year's festival, Dot to Dot have unveiled the final acts playing in Bristol...

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