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Top 10 Nottingham Songs of 2012

2012 has been a great year for the Notts music scene – here’s my favourite tracks 1) Fruit Salad (Live) – Jake Buckley 2) Unnatural Stances – Mountain Schmountain 3) Skydivin’ – Tazer 4) Why You Running Away? – Ady … Continue reading

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Nottingham Sounds – Mountain Schmountain: Perfect Wreck EP

  I have to recommend an EP that I absolutely LOVE. Nottingham singer/songwriter/bassist/graphic designer Simon J. Curd‘s solo project Mountain Schmountain has a small but perfectly formed EP out called “Perfect Wreck“. What do I love about it? Simon’s arranging … Continue reading

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Why Sho Serious? Sho Baraka: Lions And Liars Review

  For a chance to win this album click here! In 2009 Reach Records artist Tedashii released one of the best albums of any genre, Identity Crisis. 2010 looks like being the year of stablemate Sho Baraka and his amazing … Continue reading

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Mutemath Armistice Review Pt.2

( Read the first part of the review here) Another trait shared with U2 is MuteMath’s ability to have a full and compelling sound even though no one instrument seems to be playing all that much. The ‘catchy as a … Continue reading

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MuteMath Armistice Review Pt. 1

(Photo: Max Roper) What U2 are to the modern worship movement Mutemath could be to postmodern indie rock worship. Channelling it, perfectly expressing it, transcending it, and ultimately defining it. The band that every other band sounds a little bit … Continue reading

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