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Rockhaq | March 23, 2017

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Music reviews of bands and artists from Rockhaq

Frank Turner: Live Review, Nottingham Rock City, 18 October 2009

March 6, 2010 |

It’s Sunday bloody Sunday at Nottingham Rock City and, judging from the horribly sticky floor, it’s most definitely the night after the night before. After a somewhat bizarre double-whammy consisting of Shane Macgowan-esque vocal stylings Read More

Frightened Rabbit: Live Review, Nottingham Bodega Social, 11 November 2009

March 6, 2010 |

Never mind Frightened Rabbit; Lucy and I are totally stunned when, upon entering Nottingham’s Bodega Social, we’re met by a solid wall of tall, sweaty men. The venue is totally packed but we somehow manage to claw our way to the front. Read More

Calvin Harris: Live Review, Nottingham Rock City, 25 October 2009

February 26, 2010 |

The crowd at Nottingham Rock City can – and do – reach newer lows every week. Take tonight for example: I thought I was being harsh taking bets on which idiot would decide to stand right in front of the girl in the wheelchair at the side of the stage, but when a crowd of morons turned up to do exactly that, even I was amazed.Read More

FEATURED: The Horrors at Nottingham Rescue Rooms

February 26, 2010 | 5

A lot can happen in two years. Things evolve, people change, even wars can start and end. For me, the roots of NG Magazine will always start with The Horrors, being the first act we covered at the end of March 2007. Read More

FEATURED: Chipmunk/Skepta at Nottingham Rock City

February 26, 2010 | 5

I’m not really in the mood for hordes of screaming teens with their hands in the air tonight, but that’s firmly on the agenda when Chipmunk ( aka Chip Diddy Chip) hits Nottingham Rock City – or anywhere, I guess! But first, the tone gets nice and grimey, blud. Read More

FEATURED REVIEW: Kasabian at Nottingham Arena

January 6, 2010 | 3

This isn’t just a gig – this is a musical experience

Oasis have gone, for the time-being at least, leaving a big hole to fill. Yes it’s quite some challenge, but if any band is going to do it, it has to be their friends and protegees Kasabian. Tonight they own Nottingham Arena, transforming it into their very own ‘West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum’ which is a nod to their third album that charted straight at number one. Attention to detail is impressive, even their roadies are dressed in white lab coats, with the word ‘sane’ emblazoned across their backs in red writing. Read More