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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.
It’s the last night of Brandon Flowers’ second solo UK tour and as the charismatic Killers front man declares, he is going to ‘end out in style’.
Tonight at The Institute, the audience seems to mainly consist of long-time fans, and they all know they’re in for a treat.
Former Beatles icon Sir Paul McCartney ended a 12 year absence from Birmingham last night with a 40 song, 50 year spanning set
Right from the Lion King intro music, Ohio four-piece Walk The Moon delivered a set of pure energy to the packed out Temple room of the Institute.
With such a rich back catalogue, both of solo and Roxy Music material, expectations are so high that it seems almost impossible they could be met.
Highly anticipated and sold out, alt/indie rock royalty Thurston Moore and his band arrived in Kings Heath.
It may be a wet, rainy Monday night but there’s no stopping Slaves in laying down an energy-filled and punk-driven set.
Even when plagued by technical difficulties, Jack Garratt brought a set of symphonic proportions to the Hare & Hounds last night.