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New website on its way

We've been putting the web updates on hold while we work hard on developing a brand new site that will be easier to navigate, read and and enjoy.  This current version of the site has served us well for...

Knock me out with a hockey glove - it's Playoff Weekend

It's back - and this time there's no Nottingham Panthers at the Elite League Ice Hockey Playoff Weekend 2014. Having lost out to Braehead Clan - the first Scottish side to qualify for the EIHL playoff...

Parklife Weekender 2013

Parklife Weekender Close to Sell Out If you haven’t already put the 8-9th June in your diary and bought your tickets then read on to find out what you’re almost missing out on. The Red Bull...

Echo Festival Croatia 2013 Line Up

Echo Festival announces final round of headline artists. DAVIDE SQUILLACE, KASSEM MOSSE, ANDRÉS, ION LUDWIG (LIVE) AND MADTEO JOIN THE FESTIVAL LINE- UP. 6-9th June 2013 Kanegra, Croatia    We've...

Anyone for pie?

The Nottingham Panthers kept marching along the trophy trail with their third successive playoff final victory and completion of the Grand Slam of league, challenge cup, and playoffs to end what has...

Nottingham Panthers Make Another Final

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Written by Sam Borrett (Editor) Thursday, 06 August 2009 21:33
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proud-camdenHeading down to London for a summer weekend and need to know where to find the best nightlife? Bangers & Mash are set to steal the scene once again at Proud Camden as they wow the crowds with a host of high-calibre bands and DJs throughout July and August. The night attracts all the pretty yo…
Written by Sam Borrett (Editor) Sunday, 28 June 2009 11:30
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Michael Eavis: “Best Glastonbury Ever” It’s official, 2009 is the best ever according to one of the music industry’s most influential figures, Michael Eavis, host of Glastonbury Festival.We spoke to the man himself today, and Eavis said that even next year’s 40th anniversary would not top this …
Written by Sam Borrett (Editor) Saturday, 27 June 2009 20:11
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rolf_glasto09_20090627_3592reducedRolf Harris makes friends with Freeq magazine at Glastonbury 2009... (Rolf Harris with Art Director Mellisa Harrison) Ok so easily the most impressive thing so far was Q Tip on the Jazz World stage showing Jay-Z how a Glastonbury Hip-Hop set should be done.  Quite simply the guy is a legend. We…
Written by Sam Borrett (Editor) Friday, 26 June 2009 09:37
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Long live the King


Michael Jackson 'King of Pop' has passed away aged 50 after a four-decade music career that propelled him to super stardom of the kind that we will never again witness.

His moves are legendary, the genius of his songwriting not underestimated by those that love, or loathe him.  His mind troubled by a uniquely difficult, and abusive childhood.  This man's life will never be replicated, his musical achievements will stand alone, far beyond what any artist will ever accomplish.

He has influenced generations through his performances.  There is hardly an R&B or Pop singer the world over who wouldn't cite Michael among their idols.  Without MJ we would never have seen Usher, Justin Timberlake, Neyo, Chris Brown, countless boybands and many others; modern dance would not be where it is today.  What he has given us can never be taken away, despite ongoing media persecution and attempts to diminish the world's greatest performer, and that he now rests, can really only be a good thing for his sanity.  What it means for his children though is a different matter, it is not publicly known who the mother of his third child is and the Australian nurse who mothered his first two was bought out of the family unit years ago.

So, for the millions that love Michael and will cherish the music and the memories, be prepared for the minority that try to attack the man and ignore his legend.  Remember, he has never been found guilty of any of the highly publicised charges.  He was quite clearly a little naive in much of his conduct but what we know of his upbringing, who can say they would be more 'together' in the same situation?

He lived life like he wanted the world to be - innocent and in love - he lived in the hope people could change.  It's just a shame the world was too far gone to realise.

RIP Michael Jackson 1958-2009




Wednesday, 17 June 2009 14:07
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2000_treesThree talented musical acts have completed the bill of Gloucestershire’s 2000trees festival, by winning regional Battle of the Bands contests

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