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Cramming five bands into a small venue on a Thursday night is no mean feat, but that’s exactly what Killr Punx managed to do last week, culminating in co-headline sets from local favourites Curb and Swerve.
Iroha with their close links to Jesu, Cable Regime and Godflesh are an ideal band to open for the return of late 80’s / early 90’s drone masters LOOP.
It’s early and Lime kick off with a short but straight-to-the-heart-of-it set.
On the band’s first UK show in almost a year, THEY were back with a beautiful glittering bang.
Minneapolis quartet Howler flaunted their dazzling surf-punk gait to fans at The Institute’s Temple, and they were not alone in terms of leaving an excellent impression behind.
Our photographer Paul Reynolds was at The Sunflower Lounge for our Counteract Magazine Presents gig with Temple Songs, Juice, and Table Scraps.
First night nerves bleeding into sonic searing beauty and the most near unexpected rave in the most unlikely, yet amazing venue
Their debut album Indoor War has only been out for a week, but with the adoring fans singing along on the front row it’s clear it’s been well received.
Our man with the camera Paul Reynolds popped down to The Victoria on Saturday for Hoopla Blue’s ‘Mother’ EP launch, where support came from Racing and William The Bastard.
If there was an ideal scenario for the brilliantly noisy Johnny Foreigner, performing to their hometown in the basement of Birmingham’s beloved “The Flapper” would certainly be it.