Mia Smith


Review: Echo & the Bunnymen @ Bristol O2 Academy

I don’t normally get ID’d at the O2. But buying a drink in a crowd of overwhelmingly middle-aged folk, I did. My friends say I have the same music taste as their dads, and it seems they’re right.
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Review: Matt Maltese @ The Fleece

The last time I saw Matt Maltese he was bald. Four years later, his hair’s grown out and he’s grown up.
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In conversation with Linus Karp

Epigram catches up with theatremaker Linus Karp as he prepares to take his insanely genius 'How to Live a Jellicle Life; life lessons from the 2019 hit movie musical Cats' back on the road.
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Epigram Music's 100 best songs of 2021

In our greatest feat yet, Epigram Music brings you our top 100 songs of 2021, as chosen and reviewed by our writers. We humbly present the soundtrack to another strange year (in no particular order as we don't believe in pitting great artists against each other):
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Review: Fuzzy Sun @ The Louisiana

The Louisiana is a magical place. With its disgustingly-70s carpeted floors and the kind of intimacy where you can feel the music in your chest, it proved the perfect backdrop for Fuzzy Sun’s Northern charm.
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Review: Shame @ The Marble Factory

To ring in the last date of their UK tour, the post-punk gang took to The Marble Factory and proved that after 3 years of uncertain touring, rock and roll never dies.
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In conversation with Grandmas House

Following their triumphant sold-out show at Rough Trade, Mia Smith revisits when she met the Bristol-based trio back in September.
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