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Nerve’s New Music Monday – 03/12/2018

Nerve’s New Music Monday – 03/12/2018

New Music Monday soldiers on this week as Christmas nears and deadlines approach – but once again there’s a colossal collection of brand new tracks hitting the world that can score your lives for a while – that is, excluding…
Nerve’s New Music Monday – 22/10/2018

Nerve’s New Music Monday – 22/10/2018

WHILE NERVE RADIO PREPARES ITSELF TO RELAUNCH WITH A WHOLE HOST OF NEW AND EXCITING SHOWS, ONE OF NERVE’S FLAGSHIP PROGRAMMES FROM LAST YEAR IS RETURNING WITH A WHOLE NEW LOOK, A WHOLE NEW SET OF INCREDIBLE NEW TUNES, AND…
Nerve’s New Music Monday – 18/12/2017

Nerve’s New Music Monday – 18/12/2017

It may have been the last New Music Monday show of 2017 live on Nerve Radio last week but during the Christmas break Joshua Coase is still bringing you details on his favourite new releases! You can view his favourite…
Gig Review: The 1975 at The O2, London

Gig Review: The 1975 at The O2, London

The 1975 have exploded this year, with their first sold-out show at The O2 arena in London, which holds up to 20,000 people! As fans wait eagerly for the concert to begin at 7:30pm on Friday 16th December, the speakers …
Exclusive: The 1975’s new album review

Exclusive: The 1975’s new album review

The 1975 are officially back on the scene with a brand new album, and Nerve Online’s Music Entertainment Editor has an exclusive first look ahead of tomorrow’s release. It’s been three years since Manchester formed alternative rock band The 1975…
Five Breakthrough Bands of 2014

Five Breakthrough Bands of 2014

Who are the bands that we have been listening to this year? Edited by Rebecca Pates We all have those times when we find our iTunes severely lacking in new music, and when we feel like we just need something…
The 1975 make Bournemouth debut

The 1975 make Bournemouth debut

The 1975 made their Bournemouth debut at the O2 academy on Valentines day. Nerve News’ Lauren Martin went along to the gig… Instead of wallowing in self-pity on Valentines day, I braved the stormy weather to see alternative rock, indie…