Arctic Circle

Arctic Circle

Releases: Prancing Pearl / Mother's Ruin

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Exciting and enchanting, Arctic Circle's songs will take you from carefree summer daydreams into a frantic frenzy. Their high-energy pop is fresh and new, and their live show is unmatched.

FrÓnšois

FrÓnšois

Releases: Her River Raves Recollections, The People to Forget, Forest Songs, Les Anciennes Falaises

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FrÓnšois grew up in Saintes, France, before moving to Bristol in 2003, where he started playing shows and became part of stitch-stitch.

I Know I Have No Collar

I Know I Have No Collar

Releases: A Little Slow, a Little Late, These Are Our Numbers, I'm Missing

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I Know I Have No Collar started out as the project of Tom Cops and Aaron Sewards, but now number five. They live in Bristol, and play keyboard-based lo-fi pop on a grand scale.

Ian Humberstone

Ian Humberstone

Releases: Three Songs

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Rich and pastoral DIY folk music.

Jack Lesser Lewis' Awkward Energy

Jack Lesser Lewis' Awkward Energy

Releases: Lvov Swims the Willamette

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Our first American band! Wry and scuzzy anti-folk.

Ladybird

Ladybird

Releases: Silver Boat, Indoor / Outdoor, Deserter

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The band and music surrounding Victor Crespi. Dreamy na´ve French pop at its best.

MXLX

MXLX

Releases: Atworth

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Synth, noise and drone from Bristol.

My Two Toms

My Two Toms

Releases: Who We Were and What We Meant By It

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My Two Toms are Tom Cops and Tom Stubbs. They play instrumental songs for banjo, guitar and ukulele, and both live in Bristol.

Ray Rumours

Ray Rumours

Releases: Le Pont Suspendu, The Hemulen, Forest Songs

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Ray Rumours' short pop songs on the guitar and ukelele have developed from bedroom singalongs into dramatic stories packed with mystery and melancholy.

roxanne:theearlyyears

roxanne:theearlyyears

Releases: roxanne:theearlyyears

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Early work from Two White Cranes.

The Lonely Ponies

The Lonely Ponies

Releases: The Lonely Ponies

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The Lonely Ponies are My Two Toms and Bucky; a Bristol supergroup of sorts. Their 10" was our first release, back in 2003.

The Middle Ones

The Middle Ones

Releases: T-shirt, Slow and Steady, It Is the Rehearsal That Will Make This

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Life-affirming lo-fi folk, by two girls from Norwich.