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Review: Simple Things – 25/10/14

We review Bristol’s premier electronic and alternative music festival, Simple Things…
How To Dress Well – Colston Hall 1
The Colston Hall has an...

Food & Drink

Quench Food Evening: Svago

A table littered with food snobs, bargain hunting penny-counters and simply greedy students; what else would you expect from the first quench Food Evening? On...

Music

new/newydd – November

The best new and upcoming artists to look out for this month…

Dream Beach
No label involvement, no blog premiers and no A&Rs; Ryan Hemsworth’s...

Music

Review: DimSwn

Credit: LCN Photography
We review Cardiff’s premier music festival, DimSwn…
Seazoo – Clwb Ifor Bach
On entering the downstairs of Clwb Ifor...

Music

Interview: Turbowolf

Charlie Mock chats to Turbowolf pre-Simple Things Festival…
You’ve been working on album two over the last few months – how’s it all...

Music

Interview: Ella Eyre

Lucy Woodham catches up with Ella Eyre ahead of her first solo UK tour 
She’s known for being the voice behind tracks with Rudimental, Bastille and Naughty...

Music

new/newydd – October

The best new and upcoming artists to look out for this month…

Ryn Weaver
‘It’s not what you know, it’s who you know’ isn’t always the best...

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new/newydd – September

The best new and upcoming artists to look out for this month…

Anna of the North
The sounds of Anna of the North have been slowly filtering to further...

Music

Review: Twin Atlantic – Great Divide

Twin Atlantic impressed with their cracking debut full length, ‘Free’.  Since then, the amount of interest focused on their follow up has increased with...

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Review: FKA twigs – LP1

FKA twigs’ debut album ‘LP-1’ is not as humble as the title would suggest. Tahliah Barnett let’s her music do the talking without need of a fancy...

Music

Review: Plaids – Plaids

With little time left to wait for Plaids’ self-titled debut album, punk fans may now rejoice. Unlike their scuzzy low-fi contemporaries in the DIY scene...

Music

Review: Jack White – Lazaretto

To some extent, you know what you’re going to get with a Jack White record. ‘Lazaretto’, White’s second studio album, is no exception with...

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Festival Preview: 2000trees

It’s safe to say that the wealth of festivals the UK has to offer can be a little overwhelming. Do you (providing you get your hands on a ticket) blow all of...

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