Greg Evans


Indie-folk on the rise: In conversation with Bristol's Scarlett Loran

The TV drama Nashville, Les Misérables and singing John Denver on the Wii; Scarlett Loran’s music isn’t short of unconventional inspiration. Signing up with Bristol-based HUBB Records aged just 17, the indie-folk artist pulled up a virtual chair with Epigram to talk us through her journey so far.
Read More

Bristol-based artists and venues support #LetUsDance to save UK dance music

Venues in Bristol, from Pryzm to The Love Inn, have joined major artists like Massive Attack to voice their support for the campaign.
Read More

Album Review/Grimes - Miss Anthropocene

In her fifth studio album Grimes offers up Miss Anthropocene, the goddess of climate change and the personification of a lurching point in human existence. A visionary smash of futuristic production and lyrics that scream to be misunderstood - this album is a force of creative genius.
Read More

Step into sustainability this Christmas with green gifting

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but capitalist consumerism has made buying gifts for your loved ones increasingly unsustainable. This little guide will hopefully give you some inspiration for your most sustainable gift-giving year to date!
Read More