Ghost Culture played a short set in Nottingham’s Rough Trade, and the crowd were, and I quote, “better than London”.
As a reminder from the gods of music that sometimes everything isn’t completely awful, Rough Trade have opened a shop in Nottingham. We paid them a brief visit.
JB Priestley’s play Time and the Conways uses the tropes of family drama as the basis for a metaphysical exploration of time and the universe.
The Magic Numbers played an instore gig at Nottingham’s Fopp store, but they took to the stage, as it were, some 40 minutes after the advertised time. We had time to ponder about the precarious role of the modern record store.
Our reviewer saw the Flaming Lips cram their stadium show into a standing venue – and the result was a gig turned up to 11. After the show, every one needed a hug.