By Dylan Shortridge | August 3, 2020

Interviews: Petrol Girls Chat Feminism, Future Plans and a Whirlwind Year

It’s been around a year since Petrol Girls’ sophomore album, Cut and Stitch. Resonate caught up with lead singer and frontwoman, Ren Aldridge, to chat about her powerful feminism, future plans and their whirlwind year as a band. Ren explains how the band started four years ago when Ren had been living “in this madhouse […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | July 7, 2020

Interview: Ngaio

Multi-talented Bristolian performer, DJ and musical wonder Ngaio has brought us into St George’s café. Sat with a mulled wine and a Lemsip, the purple haired princess spoke to us about her experience in the Bristol music scene and how to NOT BE A FREAK!

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By Holly Bradley | June 18, 2020

Interview: Krooked Tongue

Krooked Tongue are on fire, talking up their Winter headline tour, releasing their debut single and unusual party tricks.

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By Dylan Shortridge | August 5, 2020

Green Issues

Unless you’ve been living under a plastic-coated rock, you’d have noticed that 2019 saw a huge increase in the awareness around about global warming and the ecological crisis. Never before has ‘climate change’ been searched so many times on Google, Extinction Rebellion became an unmissable movement, and a seventeen-year-old climate change crusader Greta Thunberg is […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | August 24, 2020

Reviews: Lil Peep -Everybody’s Everything Is Everything Fan’s Need To Fill The Void

‘I just wanna be everybody’s everything’ was the caption of an Instagram posted just days before the demise of 21-year-old Gus Åhr, AKA Lil Peep.  The documentary is a true montage of home movies, interviews with Peep and those significant people in his life. Directors Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silvan tell the heart wrenching, cautionary […]

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By Dylan Shortridge | August 24, 2020

Reviews: The Yungblud Show

The genre-fluid, politically charged, powerhouse that is Yungblud has always positioned himself to be a voice of the younger generation. After the UK and USA entered a state of quarantine, causing the venue’s to cancel shows, Yungblud sprung into action. He knew he had to make way for himself, his fans and his friends to […]

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By Tom Bradley | February 13, 2020

Review: BIMM Live

We’re packed into The Fleece in Bristol, a small venue with a legendary past. Having hosted the likes of Amy Winehouse, Queens Of The Stone Age, IDLES and Oasis, this grungy piece of Bristolian gig history is full to the rafters tonight for the Bristol BIMM live showcase in order to highlight a number of acts ready to break out of Bristol. The blacked-out room is filled to the brim with BIMM students looking for their well-deserved, opportunity to shine.

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By Dylan Shortridge | February 13, 2020

Industry Insights: Grade Management

From beginnings in 2011, Grade Management has established itself as one of the most current and relevant management companies in the electronic music world. Based in Bristol and London, Grade manages an incredible cross-section of artists from the iconic Groove Armada, to homegrown talent such as Eats Everything and newer names such as Cousn, SHYGIRL […]

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