Tagged: Bristol

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....

The Big Moon Review – The Fleece

➤  2 March, 2020, 21:15 | by:

Having already swung by Bristol for a release-week celebration at Rough Trade, The Big Moon are back to rock The Fleece with their first headline tour for over two years. The indie heroes arrive armed with songs...

First Look: Beverly Shrills – Hold On Now

➤  27 February, 2020, 12:53 | by:

New year, new music and new beginnings. That seems to be the case for Bristol six-piece Beverly Shrills as they mark their official return this year with psychedelic pop friendly new single ‘Hold On Now’. The latter...

Gentleman’s Dub Club Photoset – SWX

➤  25 February, 2020, 19:24 | by:

Since their formation in early 2006, Gentleman’s Dub Club have made a name for themselves as one of the most respected names in dub/reggae music. Bringing their fast collection of hits to Bristol’s SWX venue, the group...

King Krule Photoset – SWX

➤  24 February, 2020, 22:44 | by:

Known for his transcendence of genre and unique blending of musical influences, King Krule returned to Bristol to promote this new album Man Alive! which is out now via XL. Tonight (Friday 21st February) saw the rising...

Two Day Coma Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  15 February, 2020, 14:50 | by:

Bristol four-piece Two Day Coma proudly presented their new single this week (February 13) ‘Happy For Now’ with a launch show at The Louisiana. The driving anthem of love lost was well received by the audience in...

First Listen: Mae Bradbury – Here I Go Again

➤  7 February, 2020, 10:18 | by:

It’s Friday (yay!), the sun is shining and it’s incredibly cold outside. But not to fear, as we have the perfect music remedy to keep you warm this wintery month. Bristol music is certainly thriving right now,...

Kokoroko Review – Trinity Centre

➤  5 February, 2020, 22:03 | by:

I wonder if it is worth trying to pin a genre on the epic musicians that have emerged from London over the last few years? The music of Ezra Collective, Nubya Garcia or Comet is Coming is...