13/11
"In the face of a mechanical universe which is slowing down and growing cold, what else can you do but dance?"...
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13/11
Communion Music bring Amber Run, Fyfe, Kimberley Anne and Pixel Fix to The Bodega...

12/11
There's more to life than books, but not much. Here's the first of series of essays detailing why Nottingham should be crowned City of Literature...
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12/11
"It was a name fit for a techno sound-system Sunday football team – a name fit for an unfit techno sound-system football team, in fact"...

11/11
They've been dominating line-ups and turning crowds crackers, so we found out more about the digi-dancehall troop...
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11/11
The most bedraggled DJ of them all treated Nottingham to an early morning marathon of every genre under the sun...

10/11
The best possible kind of musical mish mash from the guys who like to keep your ears filled with fresh sounds...
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10/11
We interview the Nottingham based filmmaker who has just made a feature film set in a haunted house...

10/11
"From the first seconds of the set an inescapable spell is cast upon the room"...
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09/11
Get your hat and scarf on and go and grab yourself some fun...

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