Till Death Doom Us Part is clearly going to be a banger of an event. Running over a full day in Lakota, it features over twenty bands, evenly spread across death and doom, as the name suggests.
Dropkick Murphys, who are widely regarded as one of the hardest working bands around, tour the world annually, but haven't hit up Bristol in over six years are coming to play The Academy this month.
"Imagine the first couple of songs you release being picked up by Drake of all people?" Oliver Evans previews Jorja Smith at the O2 Academy.
There’s something hauntingly beautiful about the voice behind the dark dream-pop four-piece band that is Swimming Girls. Kelly Jobanputra previews.
"For instrumental acts like GoGo Penguin to shine through our heavily-saturated digital world requires true brilliance." Gabriel Palmer previews.
It's a sense of balance and respite that a celebratory festival like End of The Road can afford you. Sounds odd to say it, but Ross Jones looks forward to the festival season's conclusion.
Thursday's sold-out show at Thekla, featuring Shame and Gurr, is set to be a high-intensity, hedonistic hurricane, with two of the most exciting independent acts in Europe. Rosalind Grindrod previews.
Modern Baseball are hitting up Bristol for the first time on the 29th.
Warwickshire-born singer-songwriter Lucy Rose will grace the stage of Thekla as she embarks on her next UK tour.
The band take to Bristol's biggest stage on 25th October.