"When first listening to Mogli, there is an air of feeling like you are on a journey down mountain hillsides." Rose Parish previews.
Watching Sløtface feels like seeing your mates playing in a bloody good band.
Pre-Britpop, Britpop or better than Britpop? Wherever you classify Suede, they've outlasted and outclassed their genre competitors. Simon Moyse previews.
Only in its third year, Simple Things has already become one of Bristol's most beloved festival fixtures. It returns with perhaps its best ever lineup.
Although, when playing, We Are Scientists are as good a band as any, it’s these comedic moments that make you feel engaged.
The Lovely Eggs are hitting the road again, bringing their punk rock sound to Exchange on Wednesday.
IDLES have found their footing by fighting a time of polarized politics and austerity economics. Supported by LICE, they bring the fight to Bath's Komedia on Sunday. Zander Sharp previews.
Underneath her spellbinding and sun-kissed shimmer of indie folk – the true Julia Jacklin means business. Guy Marcham and Kristina Kimlickova review.
Shame's rise over the past year could evidently be put down to two distinct elements that successfully interweave.
It takes a special kind of artist to make a gig into something more and not every band could have carried it off.