Epigram Music

ARTICLES BY Epigram Music

Should music award shows be abolished?

Over the last 40 years, music award shows have become a mainstay in how we celebrate some of the best the music industry has to offer. But do these events hold much significance besides culturally? Do they suggest a bright future for music?
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Jazz Funk and Soul Soc are back!

They’re back! Bristol’s smoothest society has returned! After a short hiatus over a long, dreary, and seemingly endless January exam season, Jazz, Funk, and Soul Society (JFS) have come swinging back into our weeknights with their first jam of 2022 and a guest performance from band Zoe’s Shanghai.
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Review: Gang of Youths @ O2 Academy

Alice Loughran reviews Gang of Youths at the O2 Academy on 9th March following the release of their new studio album ‘angel in realtime.’
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‘The It Girl’ 25 years on: In conversation with Sleeper’s Louise Wener

Sleeper’s front-woman Louise Wener gets candid about the band’s role in Britpop, their part in the Trainspotting soundtrack, and today’s cancel culture ahead of their 25th anniversary tour of hit 1995 album ‘The It Girl’.
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Dark, twisted Southern funk: In conversation with Rob Spragg

Arron Kennon catches up with Rob Spragg, aka Larry Love, to chat combining country with acid house, making music in the toilet, and honouring lost band members.
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2001: The Best Year for Music?

A recent study by analysed the top 250 albums as voted by the public on to find that the majority were released in 2001, giving it the controversial title of ‘the best year for music.’
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Review: Yves Tumor @ Strange Brew

One of the most interesting, eclectic and extraordinary acts around, Yves Tumor brought their full band live show to one of Bristol's best venues, Strange Brew.
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