Live review: Geese with L’Objectif – Rough Trade Bristol – 29th June 2022

As part of their much anticipated UK tour, American punks Geese hit up Bristol’s record store and live music venue Rough Trade for a night of loud and angry music. Opening the show was L’Objectif, from Leeds. These guys are certainly jumping on the indie-rock hype train that is currently sweeping the UK – andContinue reading “Live review: Geese with L’Objectif – Rough Trade Bristol – 29th June 2022”

Live review – Mayday Parade with Real Friends and As It Is – Marble Factory Bristol – 01/06/22

Celebrating the 11th Anniversary of their self-titled album, Mayday Parade brought their show to Bristol’s Marble Factory for a night of emo madness with some familiar faces. Opening the show was As It Is, who opened the show straight away with lots of energy and excitement. There were certainly a few passionate fans at theContinue reading “Live review – Mayday Parade with Real Friends and As It Is – Marble Factory Bristol – 01/06/22”

Live review – Kate Rusby – Westlands Centre Yeovil – 27/5/22

It has been said that Kate Rusby has often been hailed as the First Lady of folk and this year see’s her celebrate 30 years of being a professional musician and to celebrate she has released a special album entitled “30”. It is an album of newly recorded versions of some of her favourite songsContinue reading “Live review – Kate Rusby – Westlands Centre Yeovil – 27/5/22”

Live review: Knuckle Puck With Hot Mulligan – O2 Institute 2 – 29/5/22 

After the release of their new EP Disposable Life earlier this year, US Emo band Kucklepuck brought their show to the O2 Institute Birmingham for their first show in the UK in a long while. The show was opened by Hot Mulligan, who were playing their first ever UK show. Now, with most support bands,Continue reading “Live review: Knuckle Puck With Hot Mulligan – O2 Institute 2 – 29/5/22 “

Live review: Darwin Deez with Youth Sector – Thekla Bristol – 19/05/22 

Celebrating the slightly belated 10th anniversary of his debut self-titled album, Darwin Deez and his band brought their show to Bristol’s Thekla to play to a sold out boat. The show was opened by Youth Sector, a 5-piece from Brighton. These young lads came onto the stage well dressed and well coordinated, all with stylishContinue reading “Live review: Darwin Deez with Youth Sector – Thekla Bristol – 19/05/22 “

Live review – Yard Act with Nuha Ruby Ra – Trinity Centre – 11/05/22

Playing their second Bristol headline show of 2022, Yard Act graced Trinity Centre with their anarcho-post-punk, tunes. This show sold out quite a while ago, and we were lucky enough to be invited down to the show. The show was opened by Nuha Ruby Ra. Normally I do some research on the support band beforeContinue reading “Live review – Yard Act with Nuha Ruby Ra – Trinity Centre – 11/05/22”

Live review – Spinn with Enter Red, Pentire and Stay Lunar – Thekla – 12/5/22

Liverpool based indie-pop band Spinn brought their UK tour on board the Thekla, for a night of good music and good vibes. The show was opened by local boys Enter Red, a familiar face on the boat. I’ve heard good things about these guys, and I’m so happy that I finally got to see themContinue reading “Live review – Spinn with Enter Red, Pentire and Stay Lunar – Thekla – 12/5/22”

Live review: Stöner with Slomosa – Thekla Bristol, 4/5/22

Touring their new album Totally, which comes out Tomorrow, newly formed rock band Stöner brought their grungy hard-core style to Bristol’s legendary floating venue. The show was opened by Slomosa, who had come from Bergen in Norway to join Stöner for this tour. Although they didn’t have a massive way with words, these guys cameContinue reading “Live review: Stöner with Slomosa – Thekla Bristol, 4/5/22”

Live review: Less Than Jake with Skinny Lister, Toasters and Millie Manders and The Shutup – 8/4/22

For the penultimate night of their UK tour, Florida favourites Less Than Jake brought their kick-ass show to the O2 Academy Bristol for a night of punk-ska fun! With another three support bands on the bill, we knew we would be in for a good night! Opening the show was Millie Manders and The Shutup,Continue reading “Live review: Less Than Jake with Skinny Lister, Toasters and Millie Manders and The Shutup – 8/4/22”

Live review: PET NEEDS with Berries and Oxbowlake – 02/04/22

As part of the last night of their mini UK tour and their last show on home soil for 4 months, East Coast Punk Rockers PET NEEDS came to the Louisiana to play a sell-out show in front of a crowd of absolute madness! Before the show, we chatted to Johnny about all things music.Continue reading “Live review: PET NEEDS with Berries and Oxbowlake – 02/04/22”