Nottingham’s dread heads get creative at Indie Fest

You were probably too mainstream to go


This Sunday, The Creative Quarter went all hipster as they presented The Nottingham Indie Fest at Sneinton Market.

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It was part of Nottingham Indie Fashion Week to showcase what all the city’s creative types had to offer.

A colourful stall

Leyla

There was a variety of talents on show from musicians and despite the horrible weather, it was an action packed day, and as it was on Mother’s Day a lot of families attended.

Unknown Era performing

Leyla, who had a clothes stall found out about the event “through a mutual friend of the organiser” and she had her family there watching all the performances.

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The highlight of the day was local band  ‘Unknown Era’, who gave a outstanding performance after a slight delay and had the crowd dancing and singing along.

The BAND and a friend supporting them.

Their genre was a mix of Hip hop, Ska and Gypsy with some elements of reggae especially in their song ‘the weekend tales’.

The crowd dancing and singing along

The band brought out all their alternative pals and covered some engaging issues within their music. Singer Emily explained how she wrote her song named ‘my boyfriend and my best friend’, whilst she she was “going through some stuff in life”.

Vocalist

Similarly, Kane said their song ‘My town’ was about “how shit Nottingham can be”.

Kane, Mollie and Emily's friend.

The band’s vibe fitted in well with the indie crowd and they topped off a great day in superb fashion.

Indie Fashion Week celebrates local designers and brands which may not be available on the high street but are still flying the flag for Nottingham’s unique fashion talent.