To fill a venue like Bath’s Komedia on a Sunday night is impressive. To fill it in a city that represents the opposite of your band is even more impressive. But IDLES launched their nationwide tour with a sold-out gig in Bath. Zander Sharp and Rowan Allen were there too.
Breakfast Records bring you Slonk, Brixton’s Cagework and Bristol DIY dream-team, Langkamer at The White Rabbit. What's not to like? Robyn Bainbridge previews.
Calling their 2018 album Sex and Food ensured that Unknown Mortal Orchestra immediately tapped into approximately 93% of the entire global audience's set of waking thoughts. Abbie Shipperley caught them on their recent visit to SWX.
If you've shelled out top dollar on a festival ticket or two in recent times, this edition of Gigs of the Week features many a top-drawer free gig to ease your mind and your finances.
Relocated but by no means reduced in vigour, Future Islands played their Skyline Series at Ashton Gate recently. Will Perkins and Tim Ellis review.
It’s felt like a long time coming but the wait is almost over; Kero Kero Bonito are finally gracing Bristol with their presence. Kezia Cochrane previews.
Yussef Dayes is on tour, bringing his unique, fiery brand of stick-wizardry to the Exchange on September 25th. Gabriel Palmer previews.
5th October | O2 Academy Photos: Hannah Rooke A sold-out UK tour after the release of her debut album, features on songs with Drake and Stormzy...
"In a room full of young, loyal fans, it’s a blissful evening with plenty of summery vibes and singalongs." Eleanor England reviews Fickle Friends at SWX.
If you need something to distract you from the exciting prospect of The Spice Girls at Ashton Gate next spring, try our Gigs of the Week.