The organisers of IngleFest are back with their annual Christmas all-dayer at Exchange: Jinglefest. This year they’re incorporating Exchange’s new basement stage, with the cosy cavern hosting a selection of solo acoustic acts, with the main stage in full swing from 2pm though to 11pm. Featuring some of their favourite acts from IngleFests gone by …

Toodles & the Hectic Pity are lead vocals and guitarist Callum McAllister, bassist Max Cole and drummer Dom Mosley – with a medley of more unusual instruments between them, from a melodica to pizza boxes. Firm friends from school, they initially came together as a band to play the inaugural Inglefest, so it’s fitting that …

IngleFest is returning to a secret location in Gloucester this June with a whole crew of Bristol talent in tow. Having grown from a humble campfire jam to a 1000-capacity gathering, the intimate festival is run by a likeminded group of family and friends with a love of music at its core.        …

Anti-folk duo Crywank are Manchester pairing James Clayton and percussionist Dan Watson, who made the project a double act when he joined in late 2012. Their M.O. might be sad songs on an acoustic guitar, but the result is genuinely listenable music with a mocking self-irony at its heart. If you couldn’t already tell, Crywank …

Bristol’s newest punk rock supergroup are launching their debut EP this Saturday, with a special BYOB show at the Exchange basement stage and support slots from Probably Not and Langkamer. Formed over many Jaeger bombs in early 2017, Little Baby Sharks is Toodles & The Hectic Pity’s Max Cole, Nietzsche Trigger Finger’s Luke Cobham and …