25/01
With Lisa de'Ville, The Engines of Armageddon, Here's To Tragedy, In Isolation, Mas Y Mas, The Theorist, Becky Syson anf Glades...
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24/01
Nottingham’s finest ‘felt-tips n folk night’, with The Barnacles...

24/01
Finally someone’s released a grime tribute to ground-breaking 70s race drama Roots! Well, not exactly...
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23/01
There are moments of genius and originality but, adversely, there are others of clichéd unoriginality...

22/01
"The first gig I went to see was a classical music concert. I only listened to classical until I was about 11 or 12 - I was such a little boffin"...
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22/01
A goth band full of optimistic joie de vivre and sparkle, like Depeche Mode on holiday...

18/01
Their cocky, cheeky attitude conceals a very clever knack for writing insanely catchy tunes...
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17/01
A worthwhile hour and a half for the rare, poignant display of the truly human, desperate relationship between a father and a son...

15/01
"There was no script at all. There was a plot outline from Shane, because we were playing characters in his film, but he didn’t give us any written dialogue"...
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15/01
Getting in the mindset of racist, alcoholic, atheist Brian Griffin is so much more fun than interviewing footballers......

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