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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...

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> Experimental folk artist at the good ship Thekla Ever since the release of his debut album Sweet England in 2004 Jim Moray has been considered a somewhat controversial figure on the traditional English...

> 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...

> A festival like Brisfest requires the time and dedication of many to ensure its success. For those who attend it’s a three day event. However, for those who organise the festival it’s a huge project...

> 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...

> Deep in the murky depths of house and dubstep lies one of the freshest and most upcoming producers of 2010 Kowton, also known as Narcossist, has been signed to the Keysound and Idle Hands record labels...

Fans of Rage Against The Machine are still slightly stunned. ‘Killing In The Name’ actually made it to Christmas Number One against the X-Factor juggernaut. But behind the fun of the first decent...