REVIEWS

Titus Andronicus – The Most Lamentable Tragedy
Few bands inspire the cult fandom that possesses a Titus Andronicus listener. Led by the enigmatic Patrick Stickles, their combination of righteous an...more
New Palace Talkies, Rhain @ The Louisiana, Bristol, 29/07/2015
Gathering for a last minute gig from rising Bristol promoter Chiverin, a hoard of local music fans tackle The Louisiana tonight. Of those performing, ...more
Lianne La Havas – Blood
The end of July marks the release of Blood; the sophomore effort from London-based folk and soul artist Lianne La Havas. Her debut Is Your Love Big En...more
Badly Drawn Boy @ St George’s, Bristol, 24/07/2015
There’s understandably a sense of anticipation as audience members await tonight’s performance from Badly Drawn Boy. The one-time chart topping ar...more
Evvol – Eternalism
Evvol consists of Irish singer Julie Chance; her partner, Australian guitarist Jon Dark; and their French touring drummer Valentin Plessy, all now bas...more
Malpas – Rain River Sea
Rain River Sea is the debut album from Malpas, an electro-folk band comprising songwriter Ali M. Forbes and producer Andy Savours. Both are originally...more
The Maccabees – Marks To Prove It
From the youthful undertones of 2007’s Colour It In to the award-winning Given To The Wild in 2012, The Maccabees have become known and adored for c...more
Strange Wilds – Subjective Concepts
Sub Pop built their name by releasing some of the most influential and game-changing grunge albums of all time. After moving away from the sounds tha...more
Bora York – Secret Youth
The latest release from Bora York, the Minneapolis five-piece dream pop band fronted by husband and wife duo Chris and Rebekah Bartels, is 39 minutes...more
Ducktails – St Catherine
St Catherine is the Catholic saint of philosophers and scholars, representing knowledge and virtue. She was martyred after refusing to give up her dev...more
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