ALBUM REVIEWS

TWIN STRANGERS

I was recently informed that much of my music collection conjures up the notion of a melancholy summer and perhaps the most melancholisest of the summers we can expect is the one in this, the […]

ALBUM REVIEWS

JAMES OLIVER

Every now and again you come across a musician who not only leaves you in awe but also makes your blood boil due their incredible talent. James Oliver is one such person, it’s almost impossible […]

ALBUM REVIEWS

LACERTILIA

It feels like forever since I had my face melted off by the intense-soup starter that was Lacertilia, leading up to my main course which was a joint of Weedeater with a side of Jim […]

BY BAND

OLDEN YOLK

You can read the full article that this excerpt is from by clicking here! Following a three-for-three success of Jack Cooper sets it was time for Olden Yolk, another Arbiter recommendation. They were comprised of […]

ALBUM REVIEWS

THE BURNING HELL 2

The Shonk just love it when our Canadian Ambassadors come over to party with us and play us their wonderful anti-folk, indie narrative, stream of consciousness, nostalgia-rap! (By our standards is a genre that Mathias […]

BY BAND

The Dowling Poole

Exceptional multi-interconnected super genre breaching pop-plug mega band destroying all notions of traditional construct in ‘song world’ with their insane live performance. (Original review lost in a fire) – Note; in this video the drummer […]

BY BAND

CAVE

I have long wanted to see CAVE live; 8 years, I thought my chance had gone, they haven’t toured for some time. When I chanced upon a listing for their only UK show this year […]

BY BAND

IDLES

It was almost two years ago when a good friend of mine and I were hot-boxing our ceremonious shed, courtesy of a late friend of ours when I was first introduced to Idles. Chef Rhys, […]

BY BAND

JANE WEAVER

Beautiful show tonight by @JanelWeaver@TrinityBristol,to deconstruct and then rebuild her songs in front of us, alone, takes bravery, ingenuity and talent. Class I posted this tweet immediately upon leaving the Trinity Centre, I could have […]