International Women’s Day Beer Launch in the Old Cold Store

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“Order + Disorder” beer launch with Midnight Rodeo

Friday 8th March Doors: 7:30pm • Pay what you feel • All proceeds go to Nottingham Women’s Centre • Support TBA

Join us this International Women’s Day to celebrate the launch of our International Women’s Day beer, “Order + Disorder”, a Castle Rock x No Half Measures collab!

On the Bar:

  • Order + Disorder, Vol. 1
    Brewed with NELSON SAUVIN hops on our main brewery kit. With help from local Nottingham women and No Half Measures.
  • Order + Disorder, Vol. 2
    Brewed with HARLEQUIN hops on the Pilot Project.
  • Plus all your usual favourites, of course!

10p from every pint of “Order + Disorder” is donated to Nottingham Women’s Centre.

On Stage:

Please note, this gig is Pay What You Feel, with all proceeds going directly to Nottingham Women’s Centre.


Nottingham formed psychedelic art-pop sextet Midnight Rodeo broke out in 2022 with 3 singles on Brighton’s Fat Cat Records, accompanied by a relentless touring schedule around the UK, with trips to Europe, two sold-out hometown shows and prodigious slots at festivals such as The Great Escape, Dot to Dot & Kendal Calling.

Their sound is unique in its combination of a powerful groove laden rhythm section, alongside jangly guitars, theremin-esque synths, booming organs all held together with the ethereal, honeyed vocals of frontwoman Maddy Chamberlain.  Krauty & Latin-esque grooves are juxtaposed with powerful psych-pop garage floor-fillers, hypnotic and chaotic in equal measure.

2023 has seen them tour with Deja Vega, alongside multiple headline dates, as well as delve into the UK festival circuit.  Their Winter 2023 tour was a huge success, including sold out shows around the UK & in Paris.  The debut album is set for release Autumn 2024.  The coveted latest single Thank You for Your Time is available on 7” via BandCamp and for streaming now.

EPK available here


“A multi-faceted piece of woozy surf pop, the Morricone guitars slice through those heavenly vocals, while the heavyweight percussion surges to its grand finale.” Clash

“Aharp-shootin’ psych-pop.” Clash

“Spongy cinematic trip…wispy surf rock.” So Young

“A modern day psych-pop classic.” Under The Radar

 “The kind of sounds that Midnight Rodeo magic up here are so elegantly formed and tastefully conceived – like a gorgeous fusion of Los Bitchos and La Luz –  it could easily have sprung from the hippy kingdoms of California, Melbourne, or mainland Europe.”  Hard of Hearing


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