One To Watch: The Tangents (online)

My latest One To Watch from Nottingham Post online with new band The Tangents, have a read and enjoy. Print version to follow soon.

http://www.nottinghampost.com/nottingham-music-scene-one-to-watch-the-tangents-they-play-the-maze-in-june/story-30346752-detail/story.html

Nottingham indie rock ‘n’ roll band The Tangents have just released their debut single Forever More with a second called Tonight following soon. Adam Humphreys spoke to them… How long have…

 

One To Watch: Twin Kidd (online)

The latest from the One To Watch, this is Nottingham band Twin Kidd, courtesy of Nottingham Post online. Print version to follow soon.

http://www.nottinghampost.com/nottingham-music-scene-one-to-watch-twin-kidd-we-re-like-chvrches-if-they-hated-their-lives/story-30338419-detail/story.html#mzB76MXdy3HVHis1.99

Nottingham trio Twin Kidd feature siblings Stef and Sam, as well as Rich, who the met online in 2015. They played their first gig a year ago at the Bodega. Adam Humphreys has a few questions

 

One To Watch: Joseph Knight (online)

My recent One To Watch with local artist Joseph Knight for the Notts Post, online. Print version to follow soon.

http://www.nottinghampost.com/nottingham-music-scene-one-to-watch-joseph-knight/story-30280623-detail/story.html

His first gig was in front of just four people – and one of them was his mum. Two years on and Nottingham singer songwriter Joseph Knight has been played by BBC Introducing, supported

 

One To Watch: Blue Vulture (online)

One of my recent One To Watch features with Blue Vulture from Nottingham Post online, print version due soon. In the meantime enjoy this version
 
http://www.nottinghampost.com/nottingham-music-scene-one-to-watch-blue-vulture/story-30236342-detail/story.html

Blue Vulture formed in 2013 when founding member Bainy re-discovered his passion for the Nottingham music scene and teamed up with Kristian Webb, Dave Sansom, Robert Sutton and Phil Foster. Adam…

High Tides & Where There’s Life @Rock City Basement, Nottingham 17/3/17

The online review of the High Tides gig on Friday @Rock_City_Notts Basement with Where There’s Life as the support. Fresh from Nottingham Post. Read and enjoy
http://www.nottinghampost.com/nottingham-band-high-tides-launch-ep-at-rescue-rooms-review-and-photos/story-30217960-detail/story.html

Nottingham band High Tides launched their latest EP at Rock City. Word and photos by Adam Humphries It was around four hours long but definitely a great evening for rock fans, both local and from…