No Tomorrow day splits and our top acts to check out

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With No Tomorrow festival fast approaching, festival organisers reveal the day splits for Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June at Wollaton Park, Nottingham.

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Here’s 5 acts you just can’t miss

[divider]JP Cooper[/divider]

JP Cooper combines folk, blues, soul and gospel, releasing true emotion with his captivating voice. The Mancunian transports you into his world of romanticism and heartache. 

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[divider]Nick Mulvey[/divider]

Nick Mulvey is an English musician who studied music in Havana, Cuba. Mixing Latin-style finger picking with a rhythmic strumming style, the singer-songwriter creates a sound that is both striking and individual

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[divider]Hannah Wants[/divider]

Miss Wants, notorious for her hard-hitting bass house style, is a self taught DJ from Birmingham. A child of the garage generation Hannah Wants has validated herself as a world renowned DJ with some serious credentials.

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[divider]SOAK[/divider]

One to watch for 2015, Irish experimental folk singer SOAK is already starting to break the charts with melancholic hits such as ‘B a noBody’.. The multi-instrumentalist is not to be missed

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[divider]James Bay[/divider]

James Bay named Critics Choice 2015 by the Brit Awards panel, who have previously earmarked Adele, Jessie J and Sam Smith. The acoustic performer has gained attention for his gravelled voice and uplifting, gospel-tinged choruses.

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