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Birmingham is massive. And so is the list of options for nights out.
On January 11 2015, terrorism ‘expert’ (expert…?!) Steven Emerson claimed on Fox News that Birmingham is a ‘totally muslim city’.
imilar to the first Britpop explosion in the early nineties (particularly 1994), in 2004 a raft of exciting talent came to the fore and, although ‘Britpop’ had become rather a derogatory term in the years since, it really was like a second wave of British trad rock.
The current owners have promised that the new decor will still have features that have defined snobs for all of us (yes, I am talking about the face wall)
Record Store Day 2014, the yearly celebration of independent record stores is fast approaching, with this year’s event taking place on Saturday April 19…
With a penchant for flowery shirts, elegant vocals and wavy, lo-fi guitarring, it’s no surprise when you hear The Orielles’ sound.
Story Books are a five-piece every bit as enthralling as their name suggests.
They’ve received airplay on XFM, featured on BBC 6 Music, won Steve Lamacq’s Round Table, and tonight they’re headlining a show in Birmingham – everything looks good from where we stand.
If you haven’t listened to Manchester four-piece Temple Songs before, then today is the day to initiate change.
Fancy going to a gig this week but don’t know where to start? Well, we can help with that.