• Dirty Hit Tour: Oscar Lang, No Rome and Beabadoobee @ Bodega

    On a chilled Tuesday evening in December, Dirty Hit Tour played Bodega showcasing Oscar Lang, No Rome and Beabadoobee. The independent record label Dirty Hit is known for being the record label which The 1975 are signed to, and this winter tour showcased these three independent artists. The venue,...
  • Interview – Palace

    Time has flown by since London-based trio Palace swept into our lives in 2014 with the divine Lost in the Night EP, a startling collection of hypnotic Maccabees-esque tracks that caught the attention of music impresarios Zane Lowe and Annie Mac. Since then, the band, consisting of Leo Wyndham...
  • Palace @ Bodega

    London-based alternative rock trio Palace dazzled a sold-out Nottingham crowd on the second leg of their comeback tour. Following a brief period away from music, Palace offered an exuberant mix of new and old material ahead of the imminent release of their second record. Debut record So Long Forever...
  • Interview – Larkins

    Manchester indie band Larkins have sold out Manchester Academy 2, played festivals across the country and recently ventured into Europe. We caught up with Dom from the band to chat about what they’ve got in store this year. Hi! Who’s in the band and which instruments do you all...
  • Clean Cut Kid @ Bodega

    Four-piece indie band Clean Cut Kid returned to Nottingham as part of their Give Love tour, taking to The Bodega’s stage for one night only. Comparable to bands like Fleetwood Mac and Fickle Friends, Clean Cut Kid proved they have a bright future ahead of them. “Playing in Nottingham...
  • Interview – The Blinders

    “There’s a general neglect regarding politics from people in general and it affects everybody.” Impact talks to one of Britain’s most promising bands, The Blinders, about their debut record Columbia, their fearsome live shows and the troublesome times in which we live today. Coarse, incandescent and beguiling. These are...
  • Soccer Mommy @ The Bodega

    Riding the wave of female led indie ballads, Soccer Mommy is another success story of self-made musicians who use the internet as a way to promote their music.  Now with an international audience, Soccer Mommy arrived to a buzzing crowd at the Bodega. Her mass appeal was reflected in...