We get it, this is the worst week of the year. Not only are you being bombarded by colourful sheets of delivery boxes and can count more cheesy slogans than in a Swiss stand-up’s set, but you also caught the slightest glimpse of the Easter break beyond the mountain of deadlines piling up. It’s waving to you. It’s teasing you, beckoning you to hurry the fuck up. All your friends have the infamous ski trip to look forward to and you’ve just found out your Netflix & Chill par
It was no unusual day for The Bodega; through the years, they’ve led many a famous face up the staircase and into the boutique venue. Jake Bugg? Sure thing. Saint Raymond? Of course. The Bodega are used to it. Yet, every time a local act comes around, it still leaves a tingle down your spine when the first and last note strikes. Sometimes in life, there’s no more beautiful moment than witnessing a homegrown artist get up on stage and absolute kill it. Tonight was no e
Meet in Coventry. Take drama. Move to Nottingham. See music. Make music. Bish, bash, bosh. Fast forward to 2015 and you’re shoving Torvill & Dean off their spot as the city’s most loved duo. Ice skating, huh? You should see what these guys can do. Before their highly mesmerising and hugely successful gig at The Bodega last Thursday, Luke at The Mic caught up with both Liam and Robin to discuss their past, present, future and all the weird and wonderful bits between.
Although born in Coventry, local lads Robin Hearn and Liam Arnold began their musical journey right here in Nottingham. With their style set and a healthy back catalogue to choose from, they’re treating the locals to a very special gig at The Bodega for a night of silky basslines and transcending vocals. Fresh from their latest release just a week ago ‘Glass Into Gold / Pale’, big things are expected from the duo. Shelter Point are no stranger to performing to home crowds;