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In front of a room maxed out at its capacity, three bands showcased exactly what live music is all about.
Fat White Family’s live performances have steadily gathered the band a stellar reputation as one of the most interesting and exciting new live bands in Britain, and by the end of the night, I walked away believing the same.
Coventry outfit The Grafham Water Sailing Club kick off this weekend beginning gig with echoes of most that is good about alternative music.
Thursday night at The Actress & Bishop: an evening of delicious rock and roll music fully capable of blowing you away.
Drenge’s sold out show at the Hare & Hounds in King’s Heath showed exactly how much dedication and excitement surrounds the favourite fraternal duo.
Opening with Holy Fire’s ‘Prelude,’ the band performed a set that left their audience with some bruised, some bloody, some sick, and some tear-stained.
The Lamp Tavern, by all accounts; a traditional boozer, was the unlikely host of the first edition of Die Das Der: a new monthly night put on by the Die Das Der collective curating line-ups of alternative and like-minded musicians.
A cold Sunday night in Birmingham and with some favourable comparisons flying about I figured it was a good opportunity to check out the seemingly rising band Darlia from Blackpool
From the moment Scroobius Pip leapt onto the stage to the tune of ‘Stunner’ with the beats having been firmly laid down by the talented Dan Le Sac, the entirety of the crowd at The Institute were hooked.
Goddamnit it’s good to have you back Dave. Long live the long-haired rain of God Damn over all their nutty disciples.