We got down to Rough Trade Nottingham to check out offbeat duo Her’s...
We got down to The Chameleon Arts Cafe to checkout the open mic night with an electronic twist...
We got down to The Maze to check out Noise from the Next Generation Winners Burnside Green, as part of Notts in a Nutshell...
Grab your paisley, velvet, suede and tassels, and get ready to take a trip back in time to the hazy, hedonistic age of psychedelia...
After hosting Dot To Dot last week, The Angel welcomes Fuzzbox, I’m Not From London’s night of scuzzy sounds and filthy riffs. How could we refuse?
British Sea Power proved popular enough for their gig to be upgraded from Rescue Rooms to Rock City. We headed down to the new venue to check ‘em out.
I’m Not From London’s Fuzzbox, a night of dirty garage rock and psych, steps up a notch for its Easter egg-travaganza, moving on up to The Bodega. We went along for a listen.
Following the release of his critically acclaimed album Pictures, Movies & Apartments late last year, Montreal's Paul Jacobs brings his tour to Nottingham as part of I'm Not From London's Fuzzbox night.
Holy Bouncer come all the way from sunny Spain to play the latest I'm Not From London Fuzzbox night. The least we could do was to pop down to The Angel and have a listen.
Garage rock duo Fuzzhoneys from Malta bring their Glitter tour to the Chameleon Arts Café with support from local faves Babe Punch. Our Gav headed down to check things out
I’m Not From London’s all-ages night Hellcats kicks off the year with an impressive line-up at The Bodega
Four bands playing loud and fast and making an unholy racket in the recently refurbished live music room, The Chapel, at the former Old Angel pub...
The angsty fivesome ready the release of their Control EP with a headline show
"The signature mix of MC-ing, reggae, gypsy and ska ... has already earned them a following across the midlands"
"Every generation needs a soundtrack for revolution, even if the revolution sputters out under the weight of its own ideals"
celebrating ten years of all things jingly and jangly
Between the 18 September and 9 October musicians around the country are rallying together to perform shows in aid of homeless charity Crisis
"As one sashays through the throng of The Hunna’s packed-out crowd, it is noticeable that a hugely youthful audience is gathered"
I was drawn to this gig by the mystery of the whole thing; who debuts at the Rescue Rooms on a Friday night?