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Album review: Claude Cooper – ‘Myriad Sounds’: taut, essential Bristol jazz breaks and cinematic LSD groove

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Album review: Mumble Tide – ‘Everything Ugly’: a short, sweet-as mini-album burst from the insouciant Bristolians on their way to massive things

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Album review: Pie Eye Collective – ‘Salvation’: genius future broken beat and addictive intricacy map a curious world

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Bristol based vocalist Adjua has recently released a single, ‘O.L.V.’, or One Little Voice and now there’s some accompanying visuals to go with it. Mixing up bass music with a blend of jungle, drum and bass and a little whiff of dubstep, she’s made something that’s rather lovely. “O.L.V is a push and pull between strength …

Formed via the spirit of adolescent excitement in Bristol at the tail end of 2016, Captain Süün are a band well and truly beyond their tender years. Following a handful of gigs in 2017 including a raucous set at Bristol Psych Fest’s opening event in July, they caught the attention of Stolen Body Records who …

Agarimo is the current project of Bristol based Spanish born brothers Juan and Pablo Mestres who when added to Marcus Jeffrey and Mon Valdés make music that pushes forward sonic weavings which are cerebral and yet retain primal groove-based rhythms. Their debut EP In The Shelter Of is released today on Stolen Body Records. Known …

In their 20-year history, Rocket Recordings have orbited between twin planets; Fuzz and Wah and fewer guitarists have pioneered this more than Paul Allen, who not only appeared on the very first Rocket 7” with The Heads, but who as the front of Anthroprophh leads the forefront of exploration into the garage rock, filth laden …

Anthroprophh are set to return with their third LP, OMEGAVILLE, to be released on Rocket Recordings on 30th March 2018, and BSM are honoured to provide you with an exclusive video for a track taken from the forthcoming album; ‘Dead Inside’. The video was compiled by Paul Allen, who not only appeared on the very …

The shotgun marriage between rock music and poetry is not always a happy one, but in the work of Bristol’s Blue Aeroplanes they have coexisted quite easily for over thirty years. Their unusual mix of REM meets Lou Reed, with jangly Peter Buck-style guitar backing mainly spoken word performances, was beloved among the indie and …

Spectres release Condition, the follow up to their much admired debut album Dying, this coming March 10th via the Sonic Cathedral label. Recorded in the bands adopted home city of Bristol, and and mastered by Frank Arkwright (Mogwai, 65daysofstatic) at Abbey Road in London, the band toyed with experimentation with electronics followint the release of …

For anyone with any history with Paul Allen, Gareth Turner and Jesse Webb, the trio who make up Big Naturals and Anthropropph; you would expect from the outset that this is not going to be an album of harmonic ballads or even gentle lilting space rock. All three have a reputation of delivering hard hitting …

London-based producer Kowton releases his debut longplayer on the 15th (April) and if your into a bit of stripped down techno with an abstract edge, read on….Joe Cowton is the man behind Kowton and he’s no newcomer, having built a healthy back catalogue you can expect a well honed sound for his first LP. Kowton’s work has been …

Brighton duo Tuska, aka Richard Sturgess & Rob Weaver announced their arrival with the scuzzy psych pop of Fine, and now their back to build on that success with a new track, We Could Be Alone, available for free download from March 11th. We Could be Alone continues along the path from their debut, a …