Submotion Orchestra cross the borders of jazz and soul, wandering through ambient electronica and passing through dub. Caitlin Clark previews.
If I told you Fur were coming to Bristol, what would you do? Go see them at Rough Trade next Saturday? Good answer. Ross Jones previews.
Life is getting quietly exciting, with the impending arrival of Jimothy Lacoste at Thekla. Iron that shirt. Press those chinos. Jon Kean previews.
We are genuinely musically spoiled for choice in Bristol and choosing this week's Gigs of the Week has been a truly tough task.
Heart-warming, head-shaving, EP-launching, chorus-chanting fun was had by all, led by Jamie Cruickshank. Amy Grace reviews.
Ten Tonnes brought a sense of lightness to Thekla during his recent sold-out show. Alesha Hickmans was there to photograph his winning smile.
Heavy Lungs produce weighty sounds. Clue's in the name. Simon Moyse reviews their sold-out show at The Louisiana.
White Lies are not only survivors of the Noughties, but they're heading towards the Twenties with a refreshed sound. Oliver Evans reviews.
The widescreen, cinematic sounds of The Howl & The Hum resounded around the initimate confines of The Louisiana. Callum O'Keefe captured it on camera.
Tugging on the emotional heartstrings and not leaving a dry eye in the house. Death Cab For Cutie, reviewed by Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey.