Tagged: Bad Sounds

Dot to Dot Festival 2018 Review + Photoset

➤  3 June, 2018, 12:05 | by:

Photos: Lee Ramsey Wandering around your city was a revolutionary act for a certain class of 1960’s radical. ‘Dérive’ they called it, literally translated into English as ‘Drift’. It was a revolutionary strategy to fight boredom by...

Bristol acts announced for Dot to Dot Festival 2018

➤  4 May, 2018, 16:24 | by:

With only three weeks to go till Dot to Dot Festival 2018, the festival organisers have announced a number of Bristol acts to the bill for the city’s edition of the event on 26th May. Curated by Ascent,...

The Horrors to headline Dot to Dot Festival 2018

➤  1 March, 2018, 19:00 | by:

Award-winning Dot to Dot Festival returns this year with Southend-on-Sea five-piece The Horrors set to headline the three-day event in Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham this May. The Horrors released their album V last year to much acclaim...

Bad Sounds Review – Thekla

➤  20 November, 2017, 12:00 | by:

Twas the night after my 22nd birthday, after having spent the previous night at Thekla. I was prepared – and slightly hungover – for round 2. On their UK tour celebrating the release of ‘Mixtape One’, Bad...

The Feed: Tamu Massif, Diet Cig, Paint and more

➤  4 March, 2017, 11:00 | by:

March is well and truly underway, and with it another round-up of our favourite new tunes to share and enjoy. So let’s get right to it! Tamu Massif – Iron Lights Starting our list is the talented...

The Feed: Wilsen, Elder Island, Makala Cheung and more

➤  3 February, 2017, 17:30 | by:

Photo: Tammy Jean Lamoureux The January blues are finally over! We begin the month of February with another exciting round-up of our favourite new songs this week. Hit the play button and ease yourselves into the weekend with these...

Bad Sounds share summer groove ‘Avalanche’

➤  7 June, 2016, 09:00 | by:

Summer is well and truly here and what better than a brand spanking new video from everyone’s favourite indie funk pop quintet Bad Sounds. Ahead of their festival performance at Field Day this weekend, the Bath five-piece...