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If you’re feeling a little homesick during your five days of debauchery, there’s no need, as the sound of the West Midlands is going with you.
Having not ventured across the pond for a while, it seems only right that New York’s DIIV return for a sold-out Birmingham show to showcase tracks off their follow-up album Is The Is Are.
London’s Kojey Radical and guitarist Jules entertain with some slick rapping that incorporates Minnie Riperton, Shakespeare and a Talk box.
Tonight at The Institute, the audience seems to mainly consist of long-time fans, and they all know they’re in for a treat.
It may be a wet, rainy Monday night but there’s no stopping Slaves in laying down an energy-filled and punk-driven set.
Paul Reynolds was on hand to capture the madness that was God Damn’s sold-out show at The Sunflower Lounge
It’s a cold Monday night down in Digbeth, Birmingham, and yet stepping into The Institute it appears that the weekend spirit hasn’t died.
Public Service Broadcasting have a stage set and visual detail which is, like their music, already too big for a venue this size.
Tearing through their songs in rapid-fire succession, Table Scraps lay the room to waste.