Music for Youth’s national networking event, Frequencies, returns to Bristol next month and is offering showcase places to emerging artists.
The inaugural Fightback Bristol comes to the city this February to celebrate grassroots music venues and encourage audiences to support them. Here the organisers choose some top picks from the bill...
The inaugural Fightback Bristol festival will celebrate the city’s grassroots music venues over two weeks in February.
We catch up with Bristol grunge outfit No Violet, whose gorgeously fuzz-fuelled debut EP is a modern escapade into the mire and angst of late eighties' grunge.
Bristol grunge outfit No Violet light a slow burning fuse and build to explosive crescendos of filthy guitars and hypnotic, exasperated vocals.
Calling all beat makers: get one-to-one advice on honing your sound and learn from experienced musicians deep in their game with Multi-Track's new Sound Surgery Masterclasses.
The charity is teaming up with Independent Venue Week to showcase how grassroots live music can be made more accessible to for deaf and disabled audiences.
Three venues, three cities: leading local enterprises on what Independent Venue Week means to them...
LICE kingpin Alistair Shuttleworth on the excruciating xylophone-solo purgatory that shaped him and his enduring reverence for Scouse synthsmiths OMD...
It will host educational panels in Bristol and Leeds as part of this year's Independent Venue Week (IVW), with Portishead's Adrian Utley (pictured, right) among the panelists.