Posts in tag

Birmingham


Album Review: Suburban Studs – Slam 2 CD Set On Cherry Red Records

Read More

Lancaster’s finest The Lovely Eggs brought their ‘Eggsistentialism’ tour to Birmingham on Bank Holiday Monday for an evening of punk, spoken word poetry and sing-a-long fun. Up first were Manchester 4 all female four piece ‘Loose Articles’ Taking to the stage surrounded by a blow up doll dressed in their merchandise and oozing with confidence …

0 15

Kelly Jones brought a captivating night of music to a sold out Birmingham crowd, not once but three times this weekend is support of new album ‘Inevitable Incredible’ which came out on May 3rd 2024. Kelly Jones, lead singer of Welsh rockers, Stereophonics has really changed the pace with this album and these live shows …

0 1

Well the line-up that Birmingham’s mighty Supersonic Festival assembled last year for its 20th anniversary was awe inspiring and then came this announcement for 2024. Yes the bill is a slayer, a statement of intent to celebrate the vitality of underground music, a wish list that any leftfield listener would find hard to imagine. But …

0 0

Introducing the eagerly awaited CD release of a highly sought-after Punk classic. This expanded 2CD edition presents the complete ‘Slam’ album along with rare demos from a proposed second studio album, including two unreleased tracks. Additionally, it marks the debut on CD of a four-track session recorded for the iconic John Peel show in 1977. …

0 0

Billy Brag brought his #TheRoaringForty Tour to the iconic Birmingham Town Hall on Saturday evening playing to a packed house of over 1000 fans old and new. Opening with a 40 minute video showcasing Billy’s history for the under 30’s who’d need help from an I Phone to get a better understanding about who he …

0 0

Little Man Tate performed to an up-for-it Birmingham crowd despite Storm Babet almost causing the gig to be canceled due to travel delays and flooding at the venue! A short delay to doors opening and a long 5-hour trip for the Sheffield lads to get to Birmingham. The night was opened by Coventry band The …

0 0

The Band CAMINO, The Boy Bleach & Grayscale are a force to be reckoned with as they make their way through their UK dates. Stopping off at Birmingham’s o2 Institute, this trio of larger than life bands gave everyone in the room their money’s worth from start to finish! Grayscale give anyone whose going to …

0 0

Entering the o2 Academy’s main room mid way through Afflecks Palace opening set, it’s clear to see that they are struggling to grab this crowds attention. It’s a Friday night in Birmingham and this rowdy lot are ready for a night out on this town, this is simply their warm up. The 3,000 strong room …

0 0

Walking into the venue, this sold out crowd are already putting their young lungs to the test and singing their hearts out to the interval music only stopping to chant ‘Blake‘ as the lights fade. Second supporting the evening is Blake Rose who quickly proves to us that he is more than his good lucks …

0 0

We kick off the night with the wonderful Noah Kahan, a fitting support for the main act of our evening Dermot Kennedy. Noah has the ability to take up the entire stage with his voice, guitar and talent (and his small band). His smooth voice manages to captivate the audience and prepares them for what’s …

0 0