Diet Cig, Bruising & Two White Cranes Review & Photoset

This little two piece created an atmosphere of absolute unison – the kind of joy where your face hurts from smiling too much, your throat hurts from singing along too hard and your feet hurt from dancing 'til you can dance no more.

Henry Rollins review

There's solace in knowing that your idols are, more-often-than-not, just as goofy and unprepared for life as you are.

Beach Slang Preview

The Philly four-piece will be stopping by in Bristol on January 28th, playing songs from their latest record 'The Things We Do To Find People Like Us'.

Rise Bristol in 2016 | Upcoming shows

Rise treated us to an absolute host of brilliant in-stores last year, from artists who went on to appear on some of the biggest...


If proof were needed that classic rock is alive and well, then look no further than Bristol's very own BlackWolf.

The Wytches | Live Review

Sweaty, intimate gigs like this are what the Wytches relish with their moody, snarling performances where they can really work the crowd into a frenzy.

The Maccabees | Live Review

The Maccabees hit Bristol's Colston Hall to end their major UK tour.

Ho99o9 | PREVIEW

The American duo embark on their first European tour.

Courtney Barnett | Live Review

You could argue that the person shouting out a proposal of marriage a few songs prior had hit their peak.

Ghostpoet | Live Review

Monday nights rarely get this rapturous.