Will Rugless and Adi G from Café Kino tell us what makes them tick about the fine metropolis that is Bristol in this instalment of Bristol Because.
By Darren Paul Thompson Mid-morning, Monday 30th April, I walked through Stokes Croft in Bristol under a sun that was trying its best to creep...
It's been a heavy year for Teleman, and that's not to say that they'll be kicking back now that summer has arrived either, we shared a few words with singer Thomas Sanders in light of their striking debut album Breakfast.
We may love the dirt, the grime of London, the capital's villains and naughty paths but at times we crave a virtuous bliss, to slip away from the seething, hard-pressed streets. Buried deep within London's musky metropolis are a group of musicians cradling acoustic guitars waiting to escort you to your city rapture. They're part of London's most exciting new night, Stroke Your Beard, commanding folk and thrill. With Somerset's own Ali Warren at the helm; he's got ready-to-roll grass, a roster of deadly talent and an intoxicating passion for all things folk; Stroke Your Beard cogent flavour cannot be ignored.
This month's cover stars are Glaswegian rockers Honeyblood. Catch our interview ahead of their show on 18th December.
Remaining true to her art and voice, is something that Brooklyn based Joan Wasser is not afraid of.
The Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival book only the finest artists to entertain the good people of Bristol who are a musically astute, discerning...
Jo Bligh of Bristol queer-led night THORNY meets Peaches
Heading to the UK on the back of album five, Parquet Courts are growing more than ever
Audiophiles have been a huge part of Bristol music since 2013, through their radio show, Made In Bristol TV series and more. As they...