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.

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.

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

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

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…

One To Watch: Borders (online)

Fresh from the Nottingham Post online, Borders One To Watch. The newest thing to come from the Notts music scene, read and enjoy. Print version to follow soon.

JJ Olifent, Gav Burton, Tom Britton and Dan Hodson are manic and full-on rock band Borders. Adam Humphreys finds out more from Nottingham vocalist JJ (Jordan) Olifent How long…


One To Watch: High Tides (online)

Fresh from the Nottingham paper online aka Nottingham Post my interview with new band High Tides. Their new EP is out tomorrow, and if you’re in Nottingham you can catch these guys in concert tomorrow. Print version will follow soon.

High Tides are an energetic new band from Nottingham under the influence of everyone from Blink 182 to Panic At The Disco. Adam Humphreys spoke to them ahead of their album launch gig at Rock City…

High Tides are an energetic new band from Nottingham under the influence of everyone from Blink 182 to Panic At The Disco. Adam Humphreys spoke to them ahead of their album launch gig at Rock City…

One To Watch: Josh Wheatley (online)

Another addition of the One To Watch feature from the online part of the Nottingham Post with upcoming artist Josh Wheatley. Print version coming soon, in the meantime read and enjoy. This is also the third one (of the feature) where I took the photos

If you are a regular on the Nottingham music scene, chances are you will have seen Josh Wheatley performing. The solo musician, who started out under the influence of Ed Sheeran and Ben Howard but…


One To Watch: Scarlet’s Wake (online)

This is my second One To Watch from Nottingham paper the Nottingham Post to go online. They’re called Scarlet’s Wake, read and enjoy

Nottingham band Scarlet’s Wake have been mixing dirty riffs and growling bass for ten years. Drummer Tweak does the talking… How would you describe your music? We try to blend styles though…

One To Watch: George Gadd (online)

This is the online version of One To Watch featuring Nottingham artist George Gadd from the Nottingham Post, read and enjoy.

George Gadd has been on the Nottingham music scene for eight years performing folk/punk under the influence of Frank Turner to Bruce Springsteen. He’ll be supporting Kevin Devine at The Bodega on…


Nottingham Post: Sweetnotes Festival Preview

A preview piece I did for the Nottingham Post in the lead up to the Sweetnotes Festival happening this weekend, The Hoosiers are headlining the main stage. Feel free to read the preview and enjoy

Sweetnotes Festival will be coming to Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms and Red Rooms on Saturday July 16. The one-day festival starts at 2pm and goes on till 10pm. 8 hours of non-stop music with 13 acts…