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By Claire Hodgkins After several rescheduled dates, it’s safe to say fans were all fired up for a night at the 02 Institute with local rockers, Stone Broken. Opening the show were five piece Barnstaple based band, The Fallen State. Playing to a packed out venue, the band wasted no time in ensuring the crowd …

Our night begins with the Aussie sensation that are Between You & Me and boy, do they know how to start a show the right way. Their stage presence is clear from the moment they walk out on stage and everyone at this Birmingham show is lapping up what they’re putting down; the energy on …

Tonight is the final night of Twin Atlantic‘s tour celebrating 15 years of their album ‘Free‘ giving us songs from the album as well as their greatest hits and ‘Edit Me‘ is a great way to start as the crowd are finding their feet for the night. This album has stood the test of time …

It feels as though the smoke machines are working over time as this patient crowd are waiting for Bastille to enter the stage. The production level is above and beyond and it’s clear they’re not here to mess around; they’re here to turn this show out. Dan Smith‘s voice is so unique and it’s a …

It’s a shock to see that the room is barely at half capacity but this audience are about to make this Birmingham venue feel more than full. Within a matter of minutes, the production and sound quality is made abundantly clear and matches perfectly with the talent of everyone on stage. Johnathan Higg’s range is …

By Phil Drury Spector brought their #NowOrWhenever Tour to Birmingham on Thursday night to an eager Brummy crowd who have waited since November 2021 when the original gig was rescheduled due to the pandemic, then again the January date was pushed back to April 2022 but Spector were finally here and the enjoyment was shared …

Anyone arriving slightly late to this jam packed academy is serenaded by the sound of a relaxed cover of ‘The Black Parade’ courtesy of HalfLives. The sold out second room sets the room aglow with the lights from their phones and we all know we’re in for a hell of a night. This is a …

If you’re not a fan of strange-textured foods or seeing said strange-textured foods thrown in faces, we’d recommend you tab out of this new Phantom Limb clip and treat yourself to the audio-only experience. If you are, well, this video is a treat. Led by Andrew Laningham, the Alabama quartet’s new song tackles the pervasive …

BRUM’S garage-psych-doom power trio Table Scraps have, like the rest of us, been busy frying their heads and kicking anxious heels indoors for like: doesn’t it feel like forever now? But they’ve also been busy with the guitar, bass and drums and things, because the lockdown league is one you can play your way out …