With What Notts, Overheard in Notts, Ad Sectioned and The Thompsons.
You lot have spoken. With yer cameras. And it is a glorious sound indeed.
In Focus: Emily Catherine
The lovely illustrator who’s well into hip hop got snap happy and sent us the vibes.
Who’s The Daudi?
Mr Matsiko has been proper busy going to underwater gigs and releasing his latest EP.
Caroline Kerr of Bras Not Bombs talks sending underwear donations to refugees.
Sky’s The Limit
What’s with all that smoke billowing out of that there Nottingham Contemporary?
Panya Banjoko on Nottingham Black Archive and Nottingham’s Young Poet Laureate.
Taking a look at Paul Sng’s latest film, Dispossession, all about the current housing crisis.
Writing on the Wall
The Rock City graffiti wall may be no more, but the artwork lives on in Notts’ cans.
Art in Motion
Broad Street’s Guerilla Art Lab on the importance of art collectives and studio space.
Turn Up For The Books
Five Leaves Publishing turned twenty this year. Or was it the year before? Gawd knows.
Racket Up, Racket In
Declan James is the Notts champ who’s squashing competition all over the shop.
The legend from the MTV generation, Tom Green, telling us all to feel our balls.
Pick of the Month
From Craft Beer Week, to improv comedy, there’s bags of stuff to do. All killer, no filler.
With Splendour Festival, Nottingham Independents Festival and Promoter Focus.
With two of NTU’s finest degree show artists, Mary Preston and Saffron Bramley-Astle.
What we reckon to Notts’ latest musical offerings, in bitesize chunks of correct opinion.
With all the tasty goods of Mocky D’s, Sexy Mama Loves Spaghetti and Son of Steak.
With Rocky Horrorscopes, Art Hole, Notts Trumps, Strellyation, and LeftLion Abroad.
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