Metz ‘Metz II’ | Album Review

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.
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Albums of the Year 2018

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.

Jesuits ‘Dinner Jazz’ | Video Premiere

We're delighted to bring you the first ever video from Bristol's Jesuits.

Joanna Gruesome ‘Peanut Butter’ | Album Review

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.

Desaparecidos ‘Payola’ | Album Review

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.

Imogen Heap ‘Sparks’ | Album Review

Listening to Imogen Heap has always been an ethereal experience, and her fourth album 'Sparks' is no different.

Kwabs ‘Love + War’ | Album Review

As a solo artist with unicorn lungs and production steeped in grandeur, Kwabs lives in a crowded house.

Cymbals Eat Guitars – ‘Pretty Years’ Review

An album that is both captivating and pure

Factotum – ‘Knifegun’ | Album Review

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 – ‘Live from KCRW’ |...

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...

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