Midlands four-piece Pleasure House have upped their game this year, with recently released "Calm" showcasing a much more polished and focused outfit...more
CLAVVS, featuring four-time Grammy Award-winner Graham Marsh and vocalist Amber Renee, possess remarkable pedigree. Marsh’s awards have come thro...more
Heralding from the musical hotbed of Nashville, Biyo couldn’t be further from the traditional country sound that the area is historically synonym...more
“I wish it had happened a little quicker and earlier, but you know…” Matthew Woodley breaks into laughter. We’ve been discussing his band, Pla...more
Stornoway is hitting the road for one last time to say goodbye to the fans they’ve picked up over the past 10 years of making music. Their farewell ...more
As 2016 hurtled towards its catastrophic climax, we were all reminded of how imperfect our tiny, old planet really is. Brexit was a shambles, and Trum...more
The Wooden Sky have us Swimming in Strange Waters on their new album
Fionn Regan soars to new heights on The Meetings of the Waters
Lisa Mitchell’s folk goes electric on Warriors
Sincerely, Future Pollution is an intensely eerie journey from Timber Timbre
Holy Holy Bowie @ Colston Hall, Bristol, 15/04/2017
Bowie lives, of course. No individual who made such a long-term contribution to the glitter industry can be allowed to die. It was Ziggy that died in ...more
Jens Lekman @ Oval Space, London, 29/03/2017
Jens Lekman's reputation is as one of the great musical storytellers of this century. Over the course of his career, he’s invited us to share in hi...more
Sampha @ O2 Academy, Bristol 28/03/2017
The soulful delicacy of Sampha has reached a beautiful pinnacle with his debut album, Process. The honesty of his lyricism paired with his warm vocal ...more
François & the Atlas Mountains @ Moth Club, London, 27/03/2017
The eponymous François Marry is growing down, and it’s a wonderful thing to behold. Once a touring member of indiepop royalty Camera Obscura, he wo...more