This weekend, for one last glorious time, New Year/New Noise will show you that there's so much more out there than you think.
Shame play Rough Trade on the day that their debut album is released. Consider it as much a of celebration as an affirmation. 2018 starts here.
Bristol Live Magazine writer Ross Jones shares his thoughts on mental health and how music has helped with his personal experiences.
The future was already bright for Marika Hackman based on the record alone, following with a live show like this only magnifies such notions.
Such a captivating voice spelling out every word and capturing with spellbinding, wholesome power - Julien Baker at The Lantern.
It's a pleasingly emphatic end to a sadly hampered performance, the work of Pixx deserving a crystalline sound.
It's unquestionably sad to see this set end, but undoubtedly exciting to see what Big Thief will gift us with next.
Slowcoaches prove themselves to be one of the UK's most underrated punk prospects.
With such a confident, vibrant set up her sleeve, Nilüfer is set for the stars
What an exciting year it has been thus far for LICE & YOWL. Our review and photos here.