Conceptual, provocative and ghostly; Zola Jesus will be stopping by the Lantern on her UK tour this October.
Even the rain couldn't dampen the spirits of Farmfest on day two. Highlights included Beans On Toast and Goan Dogs.
With Farmfest back we were there to snap up some of the action, highlights from day one included Awaken The Silence, Public Service Broadcasting and Brassroots.
After last year’s hollering rock show at the O2 Academy, Eels returned to Bristol with a mock-serious ‘Cautionary Tales’ show at Colston Hall.
Having gathered a reputation for shambolic disorderly and half-naked performances, The Fat Whites are returning for a very special show at The Fleece.
On the band’s fourth excursion to Bristol, Woods are to perform in the opulent surroundings of The Lantern, bringing a somewhat cleaned up production.
Just a few days after watching The Brian Jonestown Massacre at Bristol’s Anson Rooms, we were back there, waiting for their once-greatest of friends, The Dandy Warhols.
Over the past five years, Slow Club have developed into a band more sure of themselves than ever.
Following an action-packed show at Bristol's Motion in 2012, hip-hop pioneers Public Enemy are returning to the city.
All of my journalistic dignity leaves me at this point due to being appropriately shitfaced myself, and I roar every word along with the rest of the crowd.