It's been a long time coming, but the second emotional drawl from Metz is finally here - and as expected it's a totally brutal affair.
So here it is, Merry Countdowns; everybody’s having fun. It's that time again - for team Bristol in Stereo to contemplate their Albums of the Year.
We're delighted to bring you the first ever video from Bristol's Jesuits.
Most tracks on the second Joanna Gruesome record clock-in around the two-minute mark, speaking volumes of their swift, lo-fi, pop-punk ideology.
With fists clenched, this resurrected beast speaks in those trademark tortured rasps, the fourteen-track manifesto a fervent call to rally hearts and minds to its cause.
Listening to Imogen Heap has always been an ethereal experience, and her fourth album 'Sparks' is no different.
As a solo artist with unicorn lungs and production steeped in grandeur, Kwabs lives in a crowded house.
An album that is both captivating and pure
Why change a winning formula? Factotum haven't. Their debut album ‘Knife Gun’ is unashamedly rough and ready, and in the true fashion of their fellow 'Stolen Body' riot-punks; this Bristol pair are doing all in their might to expand an already neatly-gouged scene of noise.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds manage to deliver the complexity of the songs in the most simplistic and effective way possible... With their extensive...