The Wedding Present's festival celebrates 10 years with Desperate Journalist, Salad and Helen And The Horns, plus a film premiere at the Duke Of York's.
As her film about Bristol indie label Sarah Records comes to the West Hill Hall, we speak to director Lucy Dawkins.
Full festival bill of 400 acts confirmed, with Dome show for Example.
One of our finest songwriters Chris T-T headlines the final SOURCE New Music show.
From Sticky Mike's to the outer realms of noise space.
Andy Rossiter promotes gigs with the Love Thy Neighbour collective, whose label has released music by Abi Wade and Us Baby Bear Bones.
Micky Flanagan proves comedy isn't just a young person's game these days.
A celebration of the country’s surviving independent record shops.
This is going to be really amazing. Innerstrings Psychedelic Lightshow have curated a Psychedelic Special for us, starring Physics House Band.
A three-day festival coinciding with the end of the Fringe, an interesting, Babylon-inspired weekender.
The Children’s Festival returns for the Easter holidays, with ten days of activities for the kids.