The power of instrumentation and Mary Lattimore’s Hundreds of Days
The solo instrumentalists of the world are a unique breed. Where some musicians rely on fellow artists and in most cases, a voice to convey feelin...more
Seeing in the summer with Bestival 2018: 15 Hours in Bristol
The skies are blue and the sun is shining sweetly. Finally, Britain is being treated to a bank holiday we can believe in, thanks to 15 Hours in Bristo...more
Bristol’s Live Music Crisis
Bristol can hold its head high in respect of what it offers its city dwellers in terms of arts and culture. In 2017 the Beeb awarded the city “best ...more
Esther Joy goes intergalactic with The Acid Caves Vol 1
London based producer and singer Esther Joy is back with her unique electronic vision, this time releasing three tracks that conceptually tie together...more
Top 5 Bob Dylan Songs of All Time
Folk hero, poet, voice of a generation, painter, author, awkward rock n roll star and most recently, Noble Prize winner. At 76, this man has already g...more
Introducing: Emma McGrath
At age 18, London based singer-songwriter Emma McGrath has already been writing songs for 6 years. It's almost hard to believe that at the tender age ...more
Sean McGowan, Ida Mae, Will Varley @ Trinity Centre, Bristol, 08/02/18
In the 9 years since I first graced this beautiful city, I’m ashamed to say this is my first visit to The Trinity Centre, ahead of Will Varley head...more
Graceland’s Maxie Gedge on cellos, Sebald and loving her job
When you see the word Graceland do you think of 50s rock'n'roll and sexy quiffs, or African sounds infused with tribal beats for Betty and Al? (If you...more
Will Varley pulls up a chair for Spirit of Minnie
Will Varley’s come a long way since the open mic London evenings of the early 00s; quite literally. Forget tour buses and first class flights. When ...more
Introducing: Aaron Taos
Brooklyn-based musician Aaron Taos has put out four singles so far this year, impressively uploading a new track to his Soundcloud account every three...more