• Interview with Sea Girls

    Set to make a tsunami in the indie rock scene, four-piece band Sea Girls are about to embark on their biggest UK tour yet. Impact had the pleasure of chatting to singer and songwriter Henry ahead of their opening show at Nottingham’s Bodega on Thursday 4th October. How did...
  • Imagine Dragons and K.Flay @ Genting Arena, Birmingham

    Back on another world tour, the alternative/ indie rock legends Imagine Dragons bring their third album ‘Evolve’ (2017) to sold out arenas across the UK. Supported by the genre-defying K.Flay, both artists create an unforgettable night. With her iconic, almost breathy vocals, K.Flay showcased her ability to instantly transition...
  • The Killers @ Motorpoint Arena

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past fourteen or so years, its a given that you’ve heard of The Killers. The four piece from Las Vegas have gifted the world not just singalong anthem ‘Mr Brightside’, but ‘When You Were Young’, ‘Smile Like You Mean It’,...
  • Playlist: Halloween!

    This is Halloween, Halloween, Halloween! Natasha Manohar Featured image courtesy of ‘aotaro’ via Flickr. Image use license here. Follow @ImpactMagazine on Twitter or like the Impact Entertainment Facebook page for more articles and information on how to get involved....
  • Wonderful Wonderful- The Killers Album Review

    Wonderful Wonderful sees The Killers return after five years looking to make amends for a long and drawn out fourth album that lead singer Brandon Flowers called “not good enough”. And in many ways, it does this. Every bit as epic as 2012’s Battleborn, Wonderful Wonderful even attempts to showcase some evolution via variation in the band’s style that has been a long time coming. Whilst being different, Wonderful also manages to fizz and pop with...
  • Music Advent Calendar #3: The Killers – ‘Don’t Shoot Me Santa’

    Holding up the philosophy that Christmas music should not only be festive, but diverse, Impact has compiled a list of 25 ‘Christmas songs’ to take you through advent. Including not only songs which are indisputably part of the Christmas canon, but also straying into areas of music which holds looser links...
  • Live Review: Benicassim Festival 2013

    After some thought, I decided that the best way to sum up the general vibe of Benicassim in a way that all University of Nottingham students could understand is as follows: the intensity and sometimes unbearable heat of Black Cherry Lounge or Market Bar, mixed with the demographic of a Saturday night...