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In November electro group Little Dragon returned once more to Bristol. Backed by neon lights, an eclectic wardrobe and more energy than a nuclear power station, the foursome from Gothenburg taught us...

By Josh Willcocks To paraphrase NASA: If you’re reading this then then your pathetic existence must be on-going – the Mayans were wrong and the world didn’t end… and if you thought it would...

Formed in 2009, and with only one album, ‘Torches’ under their belt, Foster the People have quickly built up a reputable amount of success so far. Yet with the song ‘Pumped up kicks’ being so constantly...

Bristol based five-piece The Lasting Days are one to keep an eye and ear out for this year. The alt-indie rock band features male and female harmonies, violins, synths and ‘organic vibes’ . Their...

> Free whiskey and machismo parody In the upstairs bar at Bristol’s Tobacco Factory theatre, free whiskeys are being given out to the crowd that’s gathered to see A Western, a performance by...

> Despite the success of the two previous Bristol Festivals, 2010’s Brisfest was undoubtedly the best to date. New features such as clearly defined zones and a large patch of turf for those in attendance...

> British rapper talks to WesternEye about drinking games, illegal downloading and frying food on toasters Elliott Gleave, better known to music lovers as ‘Example’ has had a busy year to say the...

O2 Academy, Bristol – Tuesday 23rd February 2010 With only two acts on tonight’s line up, ‘Casiokids’ had giant boots to fill opening for the UK’s royalty of electro-pop: ‘Hot Chip’....

Sunday 14th February 2010 7.00pm 02 Academy Bristol, Frogmore Street, Bristol. With a line up that can open with 2010’s vital breathe of fresh air, The Drums, this is a show not to miss out on. Fresh...