As 2015 draws to an end, BLM staffer Jim Summers takes a look at some of the most underrated records.
Our Live Editor, Jon Kean, shares his thoughts on whether there's more room for bad reviews in the world of music journalism.
Fear not friends, as February 14th doesn’t have to be the hell-fire of cute couples, overpriced set-menus and cheesy, cliched cards.
I’m sure the majority of music aficionados have known the heartbreak that comes when your favourite artists decide to call it a day. LCD Soundsystem, R.E.M., Vivian Girls, The Mars Volta, WU LYF: all heartbreakers. There will be no new music, no live shows, and no hope – to be blunt. Or so you would think.
Bristol Live Magazine writer Ross Jones shares his thoughts on mental health and how music has helped with his personal experiences.
Unsure of the LCD Soundsystem reunion? Ben Hickey explains why he'll believe in them when they take to the stage.
In a farewell 'Thoughts' piece, New Music Editor, Christian Northwood, reflects on his experiences of Bristol's music community.
Leisure Records' Christian Northwood on what it's like to start a record label.
The Spark, a Bristol-based magazine set up in 1993, came out of circulation earlier this year. Beccy Golding celebrates all things independent in Bristol.
Live Editor, Jon Kean explores the past and present of band names in this latest thought piece.