Alex Taylor is “a genius with a loop pedal… and his voice is stunning” – Metro
Bristol based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumental loop pedal artist returns with his first Bristol gig since February.
Compared by reviewers to the likes of Bill Withers, John Martyn and Jeff Buckley, Alex Taylor is one of the shining lights of the acoustic scene and a troubadour of world-class standing. Drawing on varied influences from a wide musical spectrum, Alex’s unique style splices elements of soul, nu-folk and electronica to place his powerful-yet gentle, shape‐shifting voice firmly in the spotlight.
A festival favourite, Alex has headlined the BBC Stage at Bristol Harbour Festival and played many other stages including Cambridge Folk and Cheltenham Jazz Festivals.
Notching up over a thousand gigs including support slots for Stu Larsen, Roachford and Jack Savoretti.
His critically acclaimed debut album features performances from members of The Invisible, Newton Faulkner’s band, Portishead and Massive Attack.
Brand new studio album set for release later this year.
Alex Taylor [Reviews]
“Sublime... Buckley-esque singer songwriter”
– Time Out
“Echoes of Bill Withers' jazzy folky soul”
– Q Magazine
“The burnished baritone... who sounds like a calmer, more soulful Sting”
– The Guardian ****
“Dynamic solo shows, using pedals and loops to create a wall of sound”
– Maverick Magazine ****
'Taylor throws the kind of twistedly beautiful shapes on acoustic guitar that recall John Martyn, while his voice is a scratchy, committed thing that can walk across a falsetto tightrope with poise or howl like a wounded animal. An impressive introduction”
– R2 Magazine
[COVID-19: The venue and staff have taken every precaution to make this a safe and secure space for live music - limited numbers, physically distanced, outdoor, covered/heated, seated show with table service]