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Coffee House Sessions: VICTORS and RVBY

Coffee House Sessions: VICTORS and RVBY

Week 3 of the Coffee house sessions took place at Dylan’s on Tuesday as we welcomed two fantastic acts in the form off 4 piece synth rock outfit VICTORS and singer songwriter RVBY. Both acts hope to grab themselves some…
Review: A Star Is Born

Review: A Star Is Born

Nerve Now’s writer Daniel Harden gives an in-depth review on the new remake of Bradley Cooper’s incredible A Star Is Born. The love between a master and his/her muse is a story as old as time, however, no such story…
Review: A Simple Favor

Review: A Simple Favor

Nerve’s Daniel Harden takes a look at Feig’s new thriller, A Simple Favor. From Paul Feig, director of such comedies as; Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy and Ghostbusters, comes a slightly different, slightly darker female-led comedy in A Simple Favor. Feig…
San. Marlo Drop Their Brand New EP ‘Un’

San. Marlo Drop Their Brand New EP ‘Un’

Bournemouth based San. Marlo have quickly made their mark on the UK alternative scene having recently released their brand new EP ‘Un’. With a sound that offers quivering guitar riffs and thick baselines, inspirations from both the chilled out seaside…
An Ode to Transmission

An Ode to Transmission

The organisers of transmission, Luke and Andy, have given a much needed kiss of life to the Bournemouth music scene, and we are eternally grateful. For the last three years these guys have run the enigma that is Transmission, alternative…
Is Pokémon Go making a comeback?

Is Pokémon Go making a comeback?

The popular Pokémon franchise designed by GameFreak made history last year when its augmented reality, mobile game became one of the most downloaded apps of 2016. For those of you who don’t know what Pokémon Go is (shame on you),…
Song Review: Ghost by Viølets

Song Review: Ghost by Viølets

London based alt-rock band Viølets have released their new track ‘Ghost’, a somewhat misleading title for a track which does anything but shy away from the spotlight. Words by George McMillan Beginning with a swarm of melodic synths, vocals and…