Bristol Live Magazine

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Bristol Live Magazine
Editor Loki Lillistone
Categories Music
First issue February 2012
Country United Kingdom
Based in Bristol
Language English

Bristol Live Magazine is a print magazine offering interviews, reviews, and live music listings for the city of Bristol.

Founded in February 2012 as Fear Of Fiction Magazine[1] by now-editor Loki Lillistone, it publishes one print issue per month,[2][3] as well as online content from Monday to Friday. Content is locally focused, with cover acts ranging from Bristolian artists to international bands performing in the city that month.

In February 2013, the editorial team conferred with London listings website and email service London In Stereo to launch a print monthly of the same name.[4]

In July 2013 the Bristol publication and website were rebranded from Fear Of Fiction to Bristol Live Magazine and new features were introduced.

In its other capacities, the organisation has also held inner-city music festivals[5][6] and released limited edition CDs and records.[7]


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