Tagged: Bristol

Bristol’s Harmer Jays announces single ‘Freight Line’

➤  9 June, 2020, 19:00 | by:

We’re suckers for pop so when we found out that Harmer Jays is back with a new tune, we jumped straight in. The Bristol singer-songwriter, following his single ‘How Sweet’, is due to release his latest track...

#gigsfromadistance: Emrys the Brave – Bare Skin

➤  11 May, 2020, 12:30 | by:

Emrys the Brave perform a live stripped back version of 'Bare Skin', which is a song about healing and felt very relevant right now.

The Old England releases crowdfunder mixtape

➤  7 May, 2020, 17:00 | by:

Last week saw both Crowdfunder and Music Venue Trust launch the #saveourvenues campaign to raise funds and save hundreds of grassroots music venues across the UK from imminent risk of closing down due to the financial and...

#gigsfromadistance: Laimu – Don’t Leave Me

➤  5 May, 2020, 12:34 | by:

Jazz/Future Soul collective Laimu perform a stripped-back version of their track ‘Don’t Leave Me’ live from the living room. Statement from the band: Like all other artists, we have been hit by the Covid-19 situation and had...

First Listen: LYLE! – Mountains

➤  24 April, 2020, 15:00 | by:

Now onto the music, and today, we're excited to give you an exclusive first listen of 'Mountains' — the debut single from Bristol-based producer and multi-instrumentalist LYLE!.

#gigsfromadistance: Ålesund – Splinters

➤  16 April, 2020, 12:00 | by:

Bristol group Ålesund perform a stripped-back version of their latest single ‘Splinters’ which was released on 3rd April. Statement from Ålesund’s lead singer Alba Torriset: It’s dedicated to the Bristol musical community, for those that work so...

First Look: Little Thief – All Our Sins

➤  31 March, 2020, 17:40 | by:

We may be in lockdown right now but the spirit of music continues to thrive with new releases and live sessions galore continue to keep us sane during these strange times. Speaking of new releases, one of...

Seafret Photoset – SWX Bristol

➤  21 March, 2020, 12:50 | by:

It was an absolute pleasure to catch east Yorkshire duo Seafret last week (14th March) at SWX Bristol in support of their new album Most Of Us Are Strangers. In what is certainly turbulent times right now,...

Share your music! Introducing #gigsfromadistance

➤  20 March, 2020, 10:00 | by:

It has to be said this isn’t the easiest time to be a musician. The effort it takes to pour yourself into what you do can take it’s toll. So it’s always a joy when you finally...

Jax Jones Review – SWX

➤  11 March, 2020, 14:22 | by:

Jax Jones debut album Snacks released September last year presented us with the perfect collection of bass heavy anthems such as ‘All Day and Night’ and ‘Tequila’ intertwined with soft summer songs that will surely be the...

Half Man Half Biscuit Photoset – SWX

➤  8 March, 2020, 15:44 | by:

20 years on and Half Man Half Biscuit still got the magic! The band delivered an outstanding performance at they showcased their latest record No-One Cares About Your Creative Hub So Get Your Fuckin’ Hedge Cut which sees...

Dry Cleaning Review – The Louisiana

➤  5 March, 2020, 23:05 | by:

It’s hardly a secret that post-punk is going through a bit of a renaissance period in the British Isles, and those lucky enough to have been at The Louisiana on the unique phenomenon that is Leap Day...

The Maine Review + Photoset – SWX

➤  5 March, 2020, 22:20 | by:

In the midst of their headline The Mirror tour, Arizona rock band The Maine took their long awaited talents to Bristol’s SWX with what has been described to be their “most ambitious tour yet”. Despite maintaining their...

First Listen: Agata – Intoxicated

➤  5 March, 2020, 12:30 | by:

Following her 2019 debut release ‘Farewell to Nothing’, Bristol based singer-songwriter Agata has been working behind the scenes crafting new material and overall sound. Now into March and the emerging artist is back with something quite spectacular....

God Damn Review – The Louisiana

➤  3 March, 2020, 20:00 | by:

Once dubbed “Sabbath having a screaming row with Nirvana” by the NME; God Damn are without doubt one of the most turbulent bands of the past decade. Their gig at Bristol’s Louisiana perfectly embodied their raucous sound....