• Record Store Day 2020 – Rhianna’s Top Picks

    Rhianna Greensmith Like many other yearly events, Record Store Day (RSD) 2020 as we normally know it had to be cancelled. Yet, instead of forfeiting the vinyl tradition celebrating over 200 of the UK’s indie record stores by releasing limited edition records for avid collectors to get their hands...
  • Album Review: The Japanese House – Good at Falling

    The unabashedly ambitious debut record from The Japanese House is filled with a melancholic heart, but lacking distinctive direction.  In 2015, aged just 19, Amber Bain’s Pools to Bathe In EP as The Japanese House instantly connected with a disjointed generation, confused at the daunting task of navigating modernity’s...
  • Live Review: Marika Hackman, The Bodega (28/03/15)

    If there’s any justice in the world, Marika Hackman would be playing on your radio, and you would be basking in perpetual awe at the power of her captivating dark-folk songs. As it is though, it was The Bodega, not Madison Square Garden that Hackman was booked to play...
  • Interview / Live Review: Marika Hackman, The Bodega (14/11/14)

    Currently undergoing a headline tour of the UK,  22 year-old folk singer-songwriter, Marika Hackman arrived in  Nottingham for her show at the Bodega. She played an enchanting set, with songs from her previous EPs like ‘Bath Is Black’ and ‘You Come Down’ that the audience seemed to know very...
  • Dot To Dot 2014

    After the huge success of last years Dot To Dot festival, the first wave of acts have been announced for 25th March 2014. It has been announced that after selling out Rock City earlier this year, Peace are to headline Dot To Dot 2014, following in the footsteps of...