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Pale Waves headline Rock City

Abby Clarke/ October 3, 2018

Pale Waves returned to Nottingham on Tuesday night after they’d previously played an incredibly packed out set at this year’s Dot to Dot festival. Having only just released their debut album “My Mind Makes Noises” a couple of weeks ago, the Manchester four-piece have exploded onto the music scene, helped by The 1975’s Matt Healy, and don’t look to be

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Sleaford Mods at The Royal Concert Hall

Sadie Agg/ October 2, 2018

After a couple of years of listening to and trying to figure out Sleaford Mods and where they stand in today’s music scene and its decline in originality, it can be said with great certainty that Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn are delivering ideas that are bold, new and often feared. As we watched the interesting choice of supporting band,

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The Magic Gang at Rock City

Monisha Gupta/ October 1, 2018

The Magic Gang, an indie boy band from Brighton who burst onto the music scene in 2014 with Shallow on SoundCloud, headlined Rock City on Saturday 29th as part of their UK tour.  The band have cited Weezer, their eponymous 1994 album in particular, as being a key influence on their sound, and have only grown in success and popularity

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The Night Cafe At Rescue Rooms

Marie-Laure Corben/ October 1, 2018

Thursday night saw The Night Café bring their headline tour to Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms, one of our city’s finest intimate venues. With their intelligent lyrics and catchy riffs, barely three months after their EP ‘Bunkbed’ was released, this was a gig I’d been looking forward to for a long time. Supporting were Hartlepool group Plaza and Brighton band Chappaqua Wrestling –

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Spring King at Rescue Rooms- 26th September

Abby Clarke/ September 27, 2018

Almost a month after the release of their second album “A Better Life”, Macclesfield band Spring King headlined Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms for the penultimate night of their UK tour. Their set was packed full of songs from both their albums, providing a great performance of non-stop energy.   Starting the night were four-piece Ed The Dog. They played a variety

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Preview: Jorja Smith at Rock City

Abby Clarke/ September 26, 2018

Jorja Smith, the twenty-one-year-old R&B singer from Walsall, will be performing to a sold-out Rock City on Sunday 14th October.   Having recently released her debut album “Lost and Found”, Jorja Smith is taking the album on tour around the UK, Europe and North America. With influences from the likes of Amy Winehouse and The Streets, her sound brings a

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We Are Scientists Live

Abby Clarke/ May 8, 2018

After the release of their sixth album “megaplex” on Friday 26thMarch, We Are Scientists returned to Rescue Rooms to display a mixture of their new music as well as their classic hits to a full venue. The Pale White have been supporting We Are Scientists on the majority of their shows but Indian Queens, a female two-piece from London, played

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Peter Reviews The Vamps

Peter Mercer/ May 8, 2018

The Vamps took to the stage of the Motorpoint Arena during their Night & Day Tour. The set list filled with hits old and new was well received by the audience, especially newer songs “Staying Up” and “Middle of The Night” which both fuse the slick production of some of EDM’s finest, Matoma and Martin Jensen with the bands signature

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DMA’s take on Rock City

Tristan Phipps/ May 6, 2018

There’s something special about the opening night of a tour. There’s also a certain excitement when a band releases their second album – to great anticipation. Put the two together in England’s finest live music venue, and you have one hell of a show.There is no more cliché a phrase than saying there was an electric atmosphere, but in a

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