• Live Review: Gabrielle Aplin, Rock City (05/02/16)

    It is only four months since Gabrielle Aplin graced the Nottingham stage but the crowd seemed still to have missed her. Since she played at Rescue Rooms in October, her second album Light Up The Dark has only got more popular and she clearly enjoyed being back in front...
  • Album Review: Waxahatchee – ‘Ivy Tripp’

    Katie Crutchfield returns for her third album under the Waxahatchee moniker with a beefed-up, three guitar sonic assault and the best songs she’s written yet. Crutchfield’s first album, 2012’s American Weekend, was a collection of lovelorn folk songs, tinged with the occasional lo-fi grunge lick. Her second, Cerulean Salt,...
  • Interview: George Holroyd

    As we are well aware, particularly here at the UoN, the student sphere is a breeding ground for individuals of a creative and talented nature to nurture their budding artistic sensibilities into some of the most influential and popular music around. Consider London Grammar, Amber Run, Childhood – all...
  • 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...