Phil Gamble, aka Girl Unit, speaks to Lee Wakefield about what it's like to make an album over a seven-year period and the power of collaboration.
Luca Ciscognetti, of Lysergic Limes and of Damnatio Memoriae, tells us what he thinks of the place that he's made his second home in the latest In Bristol.
Sports Team head to Rough Trade on Wednesday 20th. Lewis Rogers previews their show and speaks to bassist, Oli Dewdney about returning to Bristol.
March's cover star, Little Simz, speaks to Tara Joshi about the concept of making a difference to your listener and how it makes you necessarily vulnerable.
Self-enclosed, yet lyrically open, the enigmatic presence that is Nilüfer Yanya spoke to Emma Madden for our March edition.
Once of Slow Club, Rebecca Taylor is now following her own path as Self Esteem. Sat in a cosy South London pub, she spoke to Danny Wright.
March's In Bristol comes from singer/songwriter Emily Breeze and charts her assimilation into Bristolian life and its fine communal ways.
Lafawndah spoke to Katie Thomas about the impending release of her album, 'Ancestor Boy', and putting more of herself than ever before out into the world.
Our February cover star, Sharon Van Etten, speaks to Lauren Down about significant changes in her life and the shaping of her latest album.
Sir Babygirl speaks to Kezia Cochrane how you can't take music completely seriously, in an equally deadly serious kind of way.