Since his Entrance Song blew up on the resurgent house music scene in 2011, Bristol’s Dan Pearce AKA Eats Everything has been a consistent force at the forefront of the underground dance music scene. Excitement only continues to rise around the incredibly hardworking DJ and producer, whose Eats Everything moniker describes his passion and aptitude …

After embarking on his musical journey at just 15, George Andrews AKA Yaksha has explored a wealth of world music influences. His sound is planted well within the roots of soundsystem music, with a spiritual, conscious message at its core. Born in London and growing up close to Bristol, he has taken the influences of …

Brought together in 2017 by lead singer and common denominator Danny Nedelko – the real-life subject of IDLES’ pro-immigrant anthem – Heavy Lungs are frontman Danny, drummer George Garratt, bassist James Minchall and guitarist Oliver Southgate. Although pretty much fresh from the womb as a foursome, after supporting their good friends on a completely sold …

Combining live disco and funk, indie songwriting and bedroom pop production, Tungz bring something genuinely unique to the new music scene, certainly within the local landscape. Their forthcoming debut EP, Okay has just landed via Jamz Supernova’s Future Bounce imprint and we’ve got it on repeat. We had a chat with Tungz vocalists Nicky Green …

Gardna has been high on our radar since his 2016 summer anthem Sunday, in collaboration with local producer Kreed. The Bristol MC has been on a fast upwards trajectory ever since, linking up with Eva Lazarus and Inja the following year for his next certifiable banger, My Show. 2018 brought his Gentleman’s Dub Club and …

Javeon has been involved in Bristol’s music scene since he was a teenager and is one of few Bristol vocalists to have broken into the commercial music world, releasing with major labels including Universal Music’s PMR and co-writing with the likes of Tory Lanez, Clean Bandit and DJ Zinc.  co-writing with the likes of Tory …

‘Young producers, keep hold of your first tunes!’ says Bristol producer Muttley aka Alex Hughes. His first solo vinyl release, Architect dropped on Von D’s Dubs Galore last week, though it’s actually the first track he ever uploaded to SoundCloud nearly 10 years ago.  Muttley’s second solo release to be laid to wax will follow …

The printed version of this interview incorrectly names Oh, The Guilt’s guitarist and vocalist. His correct name is Elijah Dahl. We are very sorry for this and for any upset caused to Elijah. a sound that combines cold atmospherics, rousing crescendos and a hell of a lot of volume Three-piece, post-punk band Oh, The Guilt …

Handpicked right from the womb by IDLES to play the after show to their Joy as an Act of Resistance homecoming show, the elusive Cruelty arrived on the Bristol scene late last year.  Their debut single Disgraced spun our heads in a big way. The frenetic two-minute track is as aggressive as it is vulnerable, …

After four years, Bristol punk rock band The St. Pierre Snake Invasion are back with new album Caprice Enchanté – and it goes in hard. Opening up with a wall of sound as though the song is already in motion, we’re forced into aural submission with the frantic The Safety Word is Oklahoma. Halfway through …