Tag Archives: The Bodega

Stella Donnelly @ The Bodega 05/05/19

Alex Barston/ May 6, 2019

Australian Stella Donnelly and her band brought their show to the Bodega this bank holiday Sunday, providing a treat for the lucky fans who were in the venue. On the back of the release of her debut album ‘Beware of the Dogs,’ the musician, who is originally from Wales, brought the house down with an array of songs from the

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Amyl and the Sniffers @The Bodega 01/04/2019

Daisy Carter/ April 2, 2019

Back at a sold-out Bodega again last night, this time to experience one of Aussie punks Amyl and The Sniffers’ reportedly manic live shows. Hailing from Melbourne, the band kicked off their European tour in what they called ‘Notting-ham’ ahead of the release of their debut album in May, which signals a move in a slightly more professional direction after

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YONAKA @The Bodega 16/03/2019

Shannon Millard/ March 26, 2019

On Saturday the 16th of March, myself and a few other Mic members were at electrifying new Brighton-based band Yonaka’s gig at the Bodega, here in Nottingham. The show was sold out, leading to the relatively intimate venue being packed with fans of all ages (well, 14+ at least). It was great to see such a variety of individuals keen

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Emily Burns @The Bodega 14/03/2019

Harriet Kilner/ March 22, 2019

On 14/03/2019 I was lucky enough to go and see Emily Burns play at the Bodega in Nottingham. This was not my first encounter with Emily. In fact, I had been to school with her for several years and vividly remember her singing one of her first songs, “Plasters, Glitter and Glue”, in front of a crowd of adoring high

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Sports Team @The Bodega 19/03/2019

Daisy Carter/ March 20, 2019

 I’d never seen upstairs at The Bodega as packed as just before indie-rockers Sports Team graced its intimate stage for a sold out show on the second night of their UK headline tour. But that’s not to say the crowd were all there purely for them; the first support, Chappaqua Wrestling, were greeted by a decent amount of people who

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Preview: YONAKA @The Bodega 16/03/2019

Shannon Millard/ March 11, 2019

On the 16th of March one of the UK’s brightest (or darkest?) new alt-pop bands will be performing a sold-out show at The Bodega Social Club in Nottingham.  Yonaka only formed in 2015 but have already released several EPs and are selling out stages across the UK, not to mention having supported the legendary Bring Me The Horizon on their

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Do Nothing @The Bodega 08/03/2019

Cameron Chadwick/ March 9, 2019

Playing to an electric sold-out Bodega, Nottingham’s own Do Nothing powered through a triumphant set of riotous post-punk and moody art rock in style. The homecoming show having been my first live experience of Do Nothing, I was immediately hit with a buzz as soon as I entered the packed-out upstairs room. An eclectic audience, young and old, shared one

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Palace @The Bodega 19/02/2019

Becky Waldock/ March 8, 2019

On the 19th of February Palace, a four-piece hailing from London, delivered a sublime set of atmospheric rock for a sold-out night at The Bodega. This second date of their tour saw a Palace banquet served with some tasters from their much-anticipated upcoming album.  Hot Dreams quite literally warm up the place. You can see a compatibility with Palace which

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Seafret @The Bodega 25/02/2019

Kathryn Long/ March 4, 2019

Acoustic duo Seafret made up of singer/guitarist Jack Sedman and guitarist/pianist Harry Draper performed at The Bodega in Nottingham last Monday, and having already seen them live before in 2017, I was eager to see them again. There was a good atmosphere from the start. With a bar next to the stage, audience members bought their pints and gathered on

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Larkins @The Bodega 01/03/2019 + Interview

Abby Clarke/ March 2, 2019

I joined Larkins ahead of the penultimate show of their tour, at Nottingham’s Bodega, to chat about their new music, inspiration and how the tour has gone so far. The four-piece indie-pop group last came to Nottingham supporting Cassia last Autumn at Rescue Rooms. Their use of lighting and production had impressed the crowd, and they were set to do

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