May the 11th marks ‘The Next Step’ in PUTS ’12 Step Program’ to tour the globe.
Throughout the performance, we are all reminded to “expand our minds”, but generally agreed that we never had a choice, that was always going to happen.
While the lineup and the venue were impressive as separate entities, the combination of the two was the real star.
Friday the third of April sees King’s Weston House get right royally invaded by Crack magazine and the likes of new school, rap trend-setter, Danny Brown, professional noise-maker, Mumdance and Grime up-and-comer, Novelist with his crew, The Square.
Jazz legend Lonnie Liston Smith and musical pioneer Gilles Peterson will be touching down at the Bristol planetarium on Monday the sixth.
Simplicity does not necessarily denote a lack of substance; Tamu Massif proves this with his second single.
Sampson’s listless vocals provide muffled insight into a tortured mind on his new EP.
Sol Trax's freshman release channels the sonic ethos of the contemporary Tri-Angle records.
With last year’s Sunday extravaganza providing copious amounts of jollies, 2014 had big shoes to fill. Although Saturday acted as the main event, Sunday was the hot topic this year.
You would have been hard pressed to find a Bristolian not looking forward to Love Saves The Day this year.