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ValeFest 2017 – Launch Party Pt.2 Review

With summer fast approaching, Valefest stepped up their promotional campaign in the Duck and Scholar pub on Thursday night, hoping to pique the interest of first year students most of whom will be unaware of the festival’s charms. This follows on from the Wednesday night’s launch party pt.1 at the packed out Bristol Pear, which …Read More

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ValeFest 2017 – Launch Party Pt.1 Review

ValeFest hosted their official launch party at the Bristol Pear this Thursday as they kicked off the countdown to ValeFest 2017 on 3rd June. As the launch party kicked off, you could feel the energy of a ValeFest Committee looking to build off a record-breaking sold out 2016 event, with early bird tickets selling out …Read More


The Pigeon Detectives Interview

The raucous messy haired frontman who burst onto the stage, whipping up a frenzy in the crowd was a far cry from the casual, modest band member we met backstage. As we were led into a backstage dressing room, we got to meet the lead singer, Matt, and ask him what life is really like …Read More


Kate Nash – 12/02/2017

When hearing the name Kate Nash most people think of her as the one-hit-wonder of the Lily Allen-esque tune ‘Foundations’. However, her ability as an artist goes far beyond just being able to produce a quirky tune with a lot of swearing, and it looks as if she’s set to come back with a bang. …Read More


The XX-I See You

Rating: The London trio have not disappointed with their new album. After teasing fans with the release of two singles, ‘On Hold’ and ‘Say something loving’, the album was finally released January 13th. I See You brings a new sound for the group, although they haven’t completely abandoned the sounds of their previous albums ‘co-exist’ …Read More


Top 5 Albums of the Year- Alice Mills’ Picks

Head of music Alice Mills takes us through her five favourite albums of 2016   Radiohead- A Moon Shaped Pool 2016 gave us Trump but it also gave us the return of Thom Yorke. Radiohead’s ninth album A Moon Shaped Pool was released in May and I’m still not quite over it. After removing all …Read More

Top 5 Albums of the Year-Phil Jones Picks

Phil Jones tells us his top five albums of 2016 The Last Shadow Puppets- Everything You’ve Come To Expect After an 8 year hiatus, TLSP returned with a sound bigger, bolder and straight out of their rock and roll fantasies. With the Scott Walker-esque strings replaced with tight basslines and an injection of soul, Turner …Read More


Top 5 Albums of the Year-Matt Sellars Picks

Kicking off our look back on albums of the year Matt Sellars takes us through his favourite five   Anderson .Paak – Malibu Anderson .Paak has been in the game since the beginning of the decade but it wasn’t until his appearances on Dr. Dre’s Compton in 2014 that he truly entered the mainstream. Malibu …Read More


Loyle Carner-The Isle of Arran

Rating: With his debut album, Yesterdays Gone, set to be released on 20th January, Loyle Carner is on the brink of stardom.  The first release, ‘The Isle of Arran’, gives us an insight into the raw emotion he shares on the album. Rightfully the song was titled Annie Mac’s hottest record in the world. The South …Read More


JAWS + Cosmo Pyke + The Lizard- 02/12/16

Rating: After the success of their first LP ‘Be Slowly’ in 2014 the release of ‘Simplicity’ had been long awaited on the indie scene. So much so that you could smell the anticipation on the sweaty kids that piled into Birmingham’s Rainbow Warehouse to get an earful of the new album live in their hometown …Read More