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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.
Wednesday nights at The Sunflower Lounge have become well known for an independent club night Citrus
Our man with the camera Jonathan Morgan was once again on hand to shoot some more live music – this time of Seasick Steve at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Our man with the camera Paul Reynolds was on hand to shoot the madness that was Baby Godzilla at their Record Store Day gig for Left For Dead Records
Ah, Record Store Day. Christmas for vinyl junkies.
This year, a whole host of Birmingham record stores, venues and collectives are putting on Record Store Day events to mark the occasion