Following an exciting year in which their sixth album, ‘VI’, was released, English rock band You Me at Six’s debut album ‘Take Off Your Colours’ also had its 10-year anniversary. Shortly after ‘VI’ was released, YMAS headed out for the ‘Take Off Your Colours’ anniversary tour, which concluded at our very own Rock City with a sold-out show. The hype
For anybody unfamiliar with Sofar Sounds, it is a community that was launched in 2009 (and is now present in over 400 cities around the world) which seeks to transform everyday places such as people’s living rooms into secret venues for intimate, live shows. They are events free of distraction where performers are respected, and guests feel included and appreciated.
After a set of shows beginnings on the 9th September, including several sold out dates across the UK and Ireland, singer-songwriter Nick Mulvey concluded his ‘In Your Hands’ tour with a sold-out show in Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms on Sunday 14th October. Mulvey opened the show with a heartfelt performance of “We Are Never Apart”, from his most recent album ‘Wake
English musician, singer and songwriter Nick Mulvey is delivering a sold-out show at Rescue Rooms on Sunday 14th October. Following shows earlier this year where Mulvey performed as a trio, he is performing solo on an 18-day run, playing shows across the UK and Ireland. Whilst Mulvey’s last album, ‘Wake Up Now’, was released in 2017, this is the first
On the 20th March, almost two months after releasing their innovative third album ‘Marble Skies’, Mercury Prize nominated band Django Django came to Nottingham to play the first sold out show of their tour. The London based quartet put on a thoroughly entertaining show that was impressively both chilled out and highly energetic, simultaneously. Edinburgh rock duo Man of Moon
Just over a week after releasing their much-anticipated third album ‘Technology’, Don Broco took to the stage of Rock City on the 13th February to show their Nottingham fans what they had been working on for so long. It was definitely worth the wait. The Bedford alternative rock four-piece played a thoroughly consistent, enjoyable set at the sold-out show, which