Tagged: Stone Cold Fiction

Tap The Feed Podcast: Dot to Dot Festival 2018

➤  12 May, 2018, 13:00 | by:

We’re super excited to share our May podcast and festival edition on Dot To Dot Festival! With the event taking place on 26th May in Bristol, we sat down with a number of Bristol acts set to play...

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,...

Stone Cold Fiction unleash new single ‘Two Step’

➤  5 April, 2018, 09:30 | by:

So what better to start off the new tax year than releasing some new music? Well, Stone Cold Fiction have done just that with the release of their new single ‘Two Step’. The song is the first...

Sœur Review + Photoset – Exchange

➤  24 September, 2017, 16:40 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini I began my week (and my 5 day gig bender) by heading down to the Exchange for a night drenched in grunge, math rock and heavy riffs. Opening the night were Bath based trio...

Farmfest 2017 Review – Saturday

➤  9 August, 2017, 21:00 | by:

Photo: Mustafa Mirreh Today at Farmfest was a wellies day. The rain had made its presence known and ensured we didn’t forget as the hours went by. In The Big Blue with our morning burgers, hog roasts...

Festival Preview – Farmfest 2017

➤  3 July, 2017, 11:29 | by:

What began as a simple impromptu gathering of some friends and music in a field years ago has grown into one of the best pocket sized festivals the South West has to offer. Not to mention the...

Stone Cold Fiction – Self-titled EP

➤  8 February, 2017, 20:00 | by:

Photo: Mustafa Mirreh Stone Cold Fiction’s second EP is a healthy amalgamation of traditional and modern blues rock. Recorded at Nine Volt Leap and finalised by Dominic Bailey-Clay at Loud Mastering (PJ Harvey, Kula Shaker), it’s difficult...

Stone Cold Fiction Review – The Lanes

➤  25 January, 2017, 21:30 | by:

Photo: Mustafa Mirreh Brash distorted guitars and the merciless thud of drums in The Lanes is all the more brutal with the hard floors and dense surfaces causing the sounds to rebound around the room. With the...