Tagged: Review

Orlando Weeks Review – St George’s Bristol

➤  21 March, 2020, 12:12 | by:

Orlando Weeks (formerly frontman of Noughties indie band The Maccabees) has started out life again in music but as a solo artist. Far from the indie dance floors of the o2 Academy’s of which his band graced...

Turnstile Review – Trinity Centre

➤  14 March, 2020, 14:48 | by:

If you were to walk past Trinity Centre at around 11pm on Tuesday you would have witnessed a hoard of sweaty, vans wearing, hardcore kids all in shock from what they had just seen. However, if you...

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...

Oh Wonder Review – O2 Academy Bristol

➤  11 March, 2020, 12:18 | by:

Following the release of their third album No One Else Can Wear Your Crown, London based duo Oh Wonder brought their tour to Bristol’s very own 02 Academy on Friday (6th March). The show dawned a real...

Arlo Parks Review + Photoset – Rough Trade Bristol

➤  8 March, 2020, 14:42 | by:

Tonight was a night of firsts; Matilda Mann’s first gig in Bristol and Arlo Parks’ first UK headline show. The buzz around Arlo Parks has become increasingly hard to ignore, not only is she one of our...

APRE Review + Photoset – Scala

➤  7 March, 2020, 14:25 | by:

Thursday night saw London duo APRE take on Scala. Known for their electro indie pop sound, they have had an incredible year supporting artists such as Sam Fender and Inhaler, undoubtedly growing their following with not just...

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...

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...

Jack Louis Cooper – Stella

➤  2 March, 2020, 10:00 | by:

After some time away from the studio, Jack Louis Cooper’s latest single marks the beginning of a new era for the Bristol based indie/alternative singer songwriter. ‘Stella’ is a punchy, guitar driven head-bobber with infectiously catchy melody...

Goan Dogs Review – The Louisiana

➤  22 February, 2020, 14:40 | by:

“We’re all just passing through” — vocalist/guitarist Luke St Leger heartedly sings to a gazing audience as Goan Dogs kick off their official return to the live stage with hit single ‘Passing Through’. It’s the band’s first...

October Drift Review – The Louisiana

➤  12 February, 2020, 21:00 | by:

Blood, sweat and tears is some-what of a cliché term, but for immersive indie rockers October Drift, the term couldn’t be more fitting. The four-piece (Kiran, Chris, Alex and Daniel) are one of the most hard working...

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...

Thy Art Is Murder Review – SWX

➤  2 February, 2020, 15:12 | by:

Following the release of their most recent album, Human Target, last summer, Australian metal band Thy Art Is Murder have kept themselves busy with supporting slots, headline shows, and festival appearances around the world before settling into...