One of our Sounds of 2019, Slowthai spoke to Gemma Samways for our January magazine about his uncompromising approach to music and to life.
We've heard his name so much this year; we've probably shouted it quite a bit too. Now we get to hear what Danny Nedelko of Heavy Lungs thinks of Bristol.
Nestled in Café Kino, Katy, Luke and Dave of Elder Island talk Megan India McGurk through their live performance and their upcoming debut album.
Vocalist Elliot Ellison-Holder and drummer James Vine of Cousin Kula catch up with Rhys Buchanan over a pint and discuss 'Jelly Love' and playing to cows.
Jabu speak to Kezia Cochrane about all things Young Echo, the changing face of Bristol and its nurturing music scene.
Bristol loves Beak>. It appears that they reciprocate... kind of. If you want to discover their 2018 Christmas message, read the latest In Bristol.
We spoke to the emerging Bristol-based singer, songwriter and producer Mercy's Cartel who has been making waves across Bristol venues since the release of her debut EP Vibes Cartel.
Maggie Rogers talks to Hassan Anderson for November's cover interview about the curious world of making it big and about making Pharrell cry.
As long as Vessel is feeling suitably strange, then the musical process is on the right track. Kezia Cochrane interviews for November's magazine.
Tasha discusses lightbulb moments, empowerment and healing with Stephanie Phillips for November's magazine.