• Amber Run @ Rock City

    The Nottingham-founded indie-rock band returned to their roots on Saturday October 5th, playing to a crowd of eager old fans and proving their worth to the new. Amber Run brought spine-tingling rock as well as emotional ballads which left not a dry eye in the audience....
  • Album Review: Catfish and The Bottlemen – The Balance

    The Welsh Indie Rock band gives us their latest offering with The Balance. Their first two albums perfected their catchy rock style. The question was whether they would switch it up for their third entry. Evidently Van McCann and co. subscribe to the adage that if it ain’t broke,...
  • Sundara Karma @ Rock City

    After having the privilege of interviewing Whenyoung before the gig and after listening to their music on the bus journey I was excited to see them in action on the stage, so I purchased a cold dark fruit and watched as people slowly started to fill the notorious Rock...
  • dodie @ Rock City

    Marking the halfway point of dodie’s UK Human tour, Rock City was absolutely rammed for the English singer-songwriter, author and YouTuber’s Nottingham show. dodie brought emotion and unity to all of her hardcore fans wdo fully embraced the opportunity to sing along and support her, the gig becoming more...
  • Lo’Jo @ Lakeside

    The Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre welcomed the French group Lo’Jo to play their eclectic set to a full theatre, with 90 minutes of soul-warming rhythms that proved to be both an auditory and visual treat. “The mood was infectious, and the atmosphere electric” The group of 6 members, each...
  • Album Review: Sigrid – Sucker Punch

    Norwegian pop star of the future offers a multi-dimensional and emotionally resolute collection of tracks on a quirky yet mature debut record. “With the world’s eyes on her, Sigrid’s debut record is an illustriously refined body of pop, brimming with originality and fearlessness” A rippling tide of momentum has...
  • Album Review: Foals – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1

    Oxford indie-rock favourites produce their best work to date on a monumental fifth record which brims with creativity whilst commentating on global disarray.  ‘In their well-established career to date, Foals have become both a bands-band and a group for all’ When Foals first emerged on the British indie-rock scene...