INFL’s first Kimberley Jam will be held at The Dog House at Kimberley on Sat 29th June!

Across almost every public venue in Kimberley, including shops, cafes, pubs and bars, The Kimberley Jam is a celebration of music and community.

Free to attend, donations are collected on the day through The Kimberley Jam Charitable Trust, the event raises funds for charity and not for profit, community focused projects in Kimberley town.

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10.00 pm

Velvet Blush are an up and coming indie pop band from Nottingham. With slight grunge pop shades of Courtney Barnett, Radiohead, Our Girl and Sunflower Bean.
These talented ladies recently won the critics choice at Nottingham Trent University‘s battle of the bands securing their slot at Splendour Festival. See them now while you can afford the ticket! (Which in this case is free)!
Listen out for their first release upcoming soon!

@velvetblushband – instagram

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9.00 pm

The Publics are a 4 piece indie rock band from Mansfield, Nottingham. The band formed in September 2018 and released their debut single, ‘Was That Kiss Meant For Me?’ 4 months later in January 2019. The band consists of: Vocalist/Guitarist, Josh Porter, Lead Guitar/Songwriter, Elliot Stephenson, Drums, Harry Beckwith and Bass, Taylor Gadsby.

The group aims to reach a diverse audience through their catchy riffs and powerful choruses that stay true to the roots of the genre. The boys have already taken their local area by storm and have big plans for the future.

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8.00 pm

Joyful Indie Rock with a bitter and hateful undertone. With songs ranging from radio friendly ballads to crashing one minute punk songs and a Rock n Roll attitude.
– The Maze

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7.00 pm

Last Sons are a Nottingham based Hip Hop group consisting of rapper Duke Zero One and turntablist, Furious P. Performing together since 2013, they released an EP in 2014 on Uncommon Records, produced entirely by Uncommon Nasa, called Steroid Stereo. Since then, they have performed around the UK and also in the hip hop Mecca of New York; the only international act to appear at the celebrated annual underground rap show, Yule Prog.

Adopting the name Last Sons in 2015, they are now back with their hard hitting debut album, Chekhov’s Gun. Once again, produced entirely by Uncommon Nasa, this album was released on the 15th March 2019 on Uncommon Records. It was the first Uncommon Records release of 2019, as they celebrate their 15 year anniversary. Available on limited edition orange vinyl, CD, digital DL and all major streaming services.

Order the vinyl here:

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6.00 pm

Unified Roots are a Grunge and Punk rock band from Nottingham. The band are all about energy and keep the adrenaline going throughout the show!

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5.00 pm

RedMile are a fresh new rock-pop band based in Nottingham. Expect big things!

Their debut single Trash is available now on all major stores!

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4.00 pm

Rolling People are 4 piece alternative rock band from Nottingham here to blow your minds and corrupt your mothers daughters!

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3.00 pm

Kelsey and The Embers are a four piece indie band formed in the heart of Notts, with various influences under belt to provide a distinct sound.

The band is lead by former FSN finalist and Young Creatives Winner 2017/2018 Kelsey Shaw, who’s compositions have been described as including ‘the beaut Acoustic-Pop touches that Notts has come to love’ – Sam Nahirny – NUSIC – Notts musicians Dreaming of that first Nottingham Number One

The Embers consist of wing-woman Aaliyah Raffell, a solo musician previously, who provides delicate harmonies and plenty of bass for the ultimate vibe. Fellow member Nathan Johnston also creates intricate and soulful melodies on both guitar and piano, whilst drummer Adam Shaw is a multi-instrumentalist in his own right, being a part of well-known band The Dandylions, who have opened the Splendour mainstage. As part of this band, he ties the other members together with the high tension build-ups and fills that have made the band a rising feature in Nottingham.


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