Wolf Alice pack Bristol's Trinity centre with youth, making for a remarkably fun affair.
Rowdy, loud and bound to astound the Academy crowd - Mastodon metal mastery reviewed by Rosalind Grindrod and Jess Greenwood.
With this being her Courtney Love's first big international tour in a while most would expect her to showcase newer material in support of the up and coming LP but it seems most of the set comprises of material from her previous grunge rock band Hole.
"It would be a fascinating watch for a neutral, but from an advocate of the group's perspective it is revelry." Sounds like DUDS stormed The Exchange this week.
Naturism and naturalism collided as Bad Tracking and Snapped Ankles blew our minds at Rough Trade. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Laure Noverraz.
"As soon as Sunflower Bean gleefully bounce onto the stage, its evident that those in attendance are in for an energetic and exuberant show." Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Charlotte Christine.
You would have been hard pressed to find a Bristolian not looking forward to Love Saves The Day this year.
Brooklyn's Bodega brought their humane art-punk message to The Fleece on Wednesday. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Andrzej Zajac.
The Louisiana kicked off its 30th anniversary celebrations with an all-dayer showcase featuring some of the best bands in the Bristol scene.
Tweeddale takes a drink after exclaiming, "Tequila is the only alcohol that doesn't turn to sugar in your blood!" to a bemused crowd.