Tag Archives: UoN

Album Review: Bastille – Doom Days

Robyn Walford/ June 20, 2019

‘Doom Days’ pretty much sums up the feeling that most of us hold about the world in its current state. Headlines are turning ever bleaker and the world is seemingly a darker place than it has been in a long time. This is ultimately what Bastille’s third album is trying to capture. However, in a time of sadness and madness,

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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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Nottingham’s latest up-and-coming talent Tusk release first track ‘Dull Ache’

Luke Matthews/ January 8, 2016

Nottingham’s freshest approach to the indie scene has been signed, sealed and delivered today in the form of student 4-piece, Tusk. Our university has seen a wealth of talent emerge over the last few years.  Take London Grammar, arguably one of the greatest bands to be born out of Nottingham’s thriving music scene, won an Ivor Novello Award and sold a top 5 album in

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