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Talent Emerging: Charlie May

Charlie May is the epitome of a modern day designer. Fully engaged with social media – check her Instagram out as soon as you finish reading this – May’s approach to design is one not-so-behind-the-scenes and that’s what I love about her. Business savvy – she launched her own E-commerce

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Ital announces new tour dates

Ital AKA Daniel Martin-McCormick has released the dates of his new tour this October, including dates in Liverpool, Glasgow and Bristol.

The tour begins at Liverpool’s Abandon Normal Devices festival, an event celebrating digital culture. Glasgow’s intimate Nice n Sleazy’s will play host to a blistering night before Ital finishes …

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Moodboard: The Other Tribe

Psychedelic five-piece The Other Tribe have been dominating the festival season this summer. They tell us about their favourite things and what makes them tick.

Bristol’s Bear Pit

Miles: Only a city as wonderful as Bristol would take a pedestrian underpass and turn it into one of the best hangouts …

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Talent Emerging: Jennifer Hope

Cult streetwear brand, Jennifer Hope has risen to popular demand, exploring digital print to its full advantage. The result? A concession in Oxford Circus’ biggest store, known to the world over as Topshop. This week PlanetNotion meets with Jennifer Hope to find out how she begun what will become

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BOTW Moodboard: Oliver Wilde

From cult children’s TV show Mr. Benn through to Guided By Voices‘ trashy songwriting brilliance, Bristol’s Oliver Wilde has a lot to shout about when it comes to the things that inspire him. Ahead of his debut album, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, seeing release on Howling

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BOTW Review: Oliver Wilde – A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears

When esteemed Bristol indie label, Howling Owl, announced local doom-folk producer Oliver Wilde as the latest addition to their roster earlier this year, it felt like the perfect marriage of style and ideals. Leading Wiltshire-born Wilde’s introduction to the Howling Owl stable was the lofty, spacious ‘Curve (Good

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BOTW Interview: Oliver Wilde

With his debut full-length, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, quietly shuffling its way to being one of this summer’s most promising indie – in the truest sense of the word – records, Bristol-based ‘dad rocker’ Oliver Wilde appears to be on to a really great thing. Here, he

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Introducing our BOTW: Oliver Wilde

Earlier this year, we introduced you to the pastoral folktronica of Wiltshire’s Oliver Wilde and boy were we right to do so. Just a few months down the line, things are really heating up for the now Bristol-based producer and musician: he’s preparing his lofty debut album, A Brief Introduction

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Album Review: Hyetal – Modern Worship

Bristol-based producer Hyetal (otherwise known as David Corney) initially came to our attention with his first full-length, Broadcast, in 2011. ‘Hyetal’ – I’m reliably informed by Google – means ‘of or relating to rain or rainy regions’. Like Corney’s debut album, Modern Worship is built on the same foundation …

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BOTW Playlist: Casimir

With their debut EP, Not Mathematics, currently causing a stir in all the right places, we asked our BOTW – Bristol alt-rockers Casimir – to put together a playlist of the tunes that have inspired their monumental, infectious indie. At 20 songs long, it’s a pretty in-depth blueprint of …

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