HARLIGHBLU. Photo Credit: Unknown

Soulful awesomeness, a chance to support Notts independents of all forms, plus a day out to Eastwood. x


Well this is a beast of a lineup, init? Acoustickle & Sounddhism have come together with We Out Here to put on a monster of soulful goodness this Thursday and it’s looking well tasty. Queen of Soul HARLEIGHBLU will be serenading your eardrums with all the slick goodness they could ever ask for. MAJOR RUSE are through to bring ya Jazzy wonder, and then there’s the collab project between GEORGIA COPELAND & NADIA LATOYA, backed by SPACE DOLPHIN (still a great name), featuring PARISA and KAMAR. Notts supergroup. Notts super lineup. 

It’s free too, so gerronit duck. 

Thursday 4th July
The Angel Microbrewery
Doors: 7pm
Price: free


This year’s Independents Festival takes place this weekend. It’s a festival, that, you guessed it, celebrates independents, and let’s face it – Notts KILLS IT on the creative independent front. 

So, this year, in collaboration with Phlexx Records, they’ve gone and got a bunch of fine-ass Notts musical talent. From the Acoustic soul vibes of ALEX MILNE, through to the big Indie riffs of VINCENT VAIN. The swag overload that is SANCHO PANZA, through to the out and out classic Indie vibes of BROWN LION ZOO. Full lineup of all the goings-on HERE.

Saturday 6th July
Malt Cross
Doors: 12pm
Price: free


City life can be way too extra sometimes, init? So, how about ya take a trip out to Eastwood, and enjoy a shit ton of awesome Notts tuneage at the Dog & Parrot all dayer? From 4pm, the NG16 music hub has got everyting from the big Emosh-Pop sounds of KELSEY AND THE EMBERS, through to the Bluesy, Indie-y, full band-y goodness of MYLES KNIGHT

Full lineup HERE.

Saturday 6th July
Dog & Parrot Eastwood
Doors: 4pm
Price: free

Yours in Love of New Music,
Sam Nahirny x

PS – The Future Sound of Nottingham takes place this Sunday. 7 (!!!) Notts artists, playing the legendary Rock City main stage, all for FREE. Plus, the champ opens the main stage of Splendour Festival. Pretty dece that, for a Sunday, ay? Full details HERE.