LOUD Bristol Issue Three is OUT NOW

LOUD Bristol Issue Three is OUT NOW

Posted on: 29 Nov 2021

Get to know some of Bristol's top artists, venues, labels and more in the third edition of our very own music magazine.


After a long, arduous, pandemic-induced hiatus, LOUD Bristol is back, with Issue Three of our dedicated music magazine available on shelves and online now.


Having been forced to restrict our previous issue to an online-only release due to lockdown restrictions in 2020, we're over the moon to be returning to print this time around.


The full edition, featuring a top-notch cover designed by Bristol-based illustrator Dave Bain, can be found here via Issuu.



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Like its predecessors, issue three takes a deep dive into Bristol's flourishing music community, shining a light on the people, places and projects keeping the city ahead of the curve.


In two lead feature pieces, we explore the impact of the coronavirus crisis on independent venues across the city, and find out how accessibility project Gig Buddies is working to ensure more people than ever can experience the joy of live music.


Another stellar selection of artist interviews sees us catch up with a broad range of tastemakers, from the Elder Island trio to celebrated DJ Danielle and the inimitable Ishmael Ensemble.


We’re also shining a light on nightlife harm reduction service The Drop, and meeting a Bristol-based creative who’s working tirelessly to provide young and marginalised people with a stepping stone into the music industry.


We'd like to give huge thanks to everyone who's contributed to Issue Three, and also to those of you who have taken the time to pick up (or click on) the magazine to have a browse.


Head to Issuu to read the full magazine in digital form, or follow LOUD on Instagram for more updates and content to come in 2022.

Article by:

Matt Robson


Editor - 365Bristol.com & LOUD Magazine

Matt is a Journalism graduate and writer, passionate about supporting Bristol music, art and independent business. Get in touch via email at matt@365bristol.com.