The recently reformed shoegaze heroes arrive in Nottingham’s Rock City twenty four years after their last visit to play their

Flowers and Sepia Sun make for unlikely stage partners; one band pursuing the sublime potential of vocals, the other throwing

Alvvays, with their tour buddies Moon King, are finally on British shores. Armed with emotional hearts and thick rimmed specs, the

Tonight is only the third night of The Twilight Sad’s extensive tour, with some dates in the UK followed by

Psych-Rock five-piece, Pusher, graced The Chameleon to show Nottingham just how much noise they could make. Local acts Field Studies and

Nottingham’s best music venue strikes again, playing host to three bands pushing the boundaries of their respective genres. California’s The

Upcoming indie quartet, Circa Waves, show a half-full Chameleon who 2014’s indie teen heartthrobs are going to be. Formed in

Curiosity, not excitement was my overriding emotion upon seeing Splashh for the second time in four months. Could the Aussie

Canterbury’s Broken Hands arrived at Nottingham’s Bodega on the second night of their UK tour. Having kicked off the year

In the north-west corner of Wales, the magical village of Portmeirion was once more the setting for the second edition of