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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.
Jaws returned to The Rainbow on Sunday night for a free, secret hometown show, with tickets available via competition entry
A God Damn gig is something of an event in the West Midlands, especially in light of the release of their album Vultures.
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.
On Sunday night, Byron Hare returned to the setting of their first Birmingham gig – a year ago to the weekend.
Lonely the Brave certainly succeeded in warming us up ahead of rock giants Twin Atlantic.
It’s clear from the wide age-range of the audience, that The Prodigy, despite twenty-two years having passed since Experience was released, are not only still relevant
Heralded heroes of slacker-pop Happyness returned to the Hare & Hounds at their rawest and most invigorated.