Fighting for things we feel we ought to have been enshrined by now, Camp Cope make the world a better place, one song at a time. Laure Noverraz reviews.
A perfectly justified ending to an evening of poignant relevance.
The Night Café have secured themselves a youthful, committed and enthusiastic fan base, one that was on full display on Saturday night at SWX2.
Having had the beginning of their tour hampered by the Beast from the East, Everything Everything gathered momentum with a gradually-intensifying show at the Colston Hall. Angharad Bishop reviews. Photos by Josh Jones.
We went to see how both Wolf Alice and Drenge fared in one of Bristol's larger venues.
Never knowingly understated, The Breeders showcased classic rock & roll with bombastic effect at the O2 Academy. Oliver Evans and Michael Brumby were there.
Lucy Rose teased with new material during her return to Bristol.
Shame returned to Rough Trade to celebrate being their album of the year for 2018. Naomi Williams made it to the front with her trusty camera.
Phoebe Bridgers had travelled just under 3,700 miles in 18 hours to play at Rough Trade. Let's see if Ross Jones thought it was a journey well made, with photos by Rowan Allen.
Watching Matt & Kim perform is the sonic equivalent of what happens when you eat way too many Skittles