The bristol made music Podcast

Podcasts highlighting music made in bristol. ‘5 Songs’ episodes focusing on new releases, and gigs and ‘the Simon Campbell Incident’ interviews with band members.

These guys are in Typan - They drink beer and play Rock 'n' Roll!
Their new single 'You're Coming With Me' is out and available on all major platforms

Jake Morgan is a singer / songwriter and guitarist. He has a new album called 'From The Ground Up' which is coming out on August 25th.

Jamie Jamal plays in an electronic duo known as This Human Condition. Their most recent single 'God Kills Another Kitten' came out in March and they have recently released some remixes of their song 'Telepathic Heights' which is available on all good streaming services. He has also just started a new project called FLUX who will be releasing music soon.

Adam And The Hellcats are an 8 piece Rock n Roll band from deepest darkest Bristol. Their new single 'Rule Britannia' is due out on Friday 17th of July and all proceeds from will be going to the Covid-19 Urgent Appeal to help with the on-going crisis.

This weeks Episode of 5 songs with,

Releases from,
Ruzz Evans Blues Revue,
and Inner Pieces.

plus tracks from,
and Shortspace.

Electronic rock ravers Cosmic Ninja shout about politics, equality and all things queer!

This weeks episode of 5 songs featuring;

Rock Pop Electronic Ravers,
Cosmic Ninja.

Gypsy flavoured Ska from,
Mr Tea and the Minions.

Groove-driven heavy rock from,
Land Captains.

drum-bass, fusion-driven, rap and industrial hiphop from,

Electronic pick n mix from,
This Human Condition.

B-Js are an alternative Electronic / Rap duo who bring you an exasperation of drum-bass, fusion-driven occult framed in the lyrical rap and industrial hiphop assaults.

This weeks 5 songs featuring,

new release from

Alt Rock band

and additional tracks from,

Acoustic duo,
Craig and Alex Priddice.

Indie band,

Electronica from,

and Indie Electro from,
Neon Mirrors.

Poundshop Life play lively, infectious (but curable) original songs reflecting on whatever needs reflecting, stoically celebrating the good, bad and daft bits of daily life.

Older Episodes »

Play this podcast on Podbean App