IDLES | Live Review & Photoset

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.

Slonk | Live Preview

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.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Unknown Mortal Orchestra | Photoset

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.
Gigs of the Week

Gigs of the Week | 21st-27th June

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.
Future Islands

Future Islands | Live Review & Photoset

Relocated but by no means reduced in vigour, Future Islands played their Skyline Series at Ashton Gate recently. Will Perkins and Tim Ellis review.

Kero Kero Bonito | Live Preview

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

Yussef Dayes | Live Preview

Yussef Dayes is on tour, bringing his unique, fiery brand of stick-wizardry to the Exchange on September 25th. Gabriel Palmer previews.

Jorja Smith | Live Review & Photoset

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...
Fickle Friends

Fickle Friends | Live Review

"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.
Gigs of the Week

Gigs of the Week // 8th-14th November

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.