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It’s been a pretty busy year for Charlotte Carpenter.
What is it about this band that Birmingham love so much?
Suede are a band unlike any other. Since they first formed in the late eighties, they’ve been the subject of adoration, hysteria, and scandal.
Ahead of their launch gig at The Roadhouse in Birmingham this Friday August 30, The Ravens took the time to answer a few of our quickfire questions.
It’s been a busy year for Crystal Fighters. A non-stop touring schedule, an album release and a string of festival appearances are gaining the band recognition far and wide.
Local heroes and general noise makers Sunset Cinema Club are back and will be co-headlining a micro all dayer this Saturday.
With his new album Tape Deck Heart almost usurping the coveted number 1 slot from Michael Bublé as well as attaining constant plays for his most recent singles on the Radio 1 play list, it hasn’t been a bad year to be Frank Turner.
Troumaca, who describe their sound as ‘sundrenched wanderings through bass escapism’, are about to embark on the biggest and busiest part of their musical career.
Although they only have one Birmingham show under their belts, this ‘post jazz core baggy Korean crab metal grunge destroyer’ 4 piece (also known as Leopard) have already built up a massive following in the local music scene.
Ahead of their show at the Soma Club in Wolverhampton on May 24, Birmingham band The Scribers took some time out of their schedule to answer a few quickfire questions