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Wicked hair? Check. Retro football shirt? Check. A cracking set of tunes? Check. And that’s just the support band.
JAWS revelled in their time on stage, thrilling the crowd as much as the crowd were thrilled by them.
Saturday night saw This Is Tmrw and Static Caravan pull together to celebrate the launch of a limited cassette showcasing some of the best and brightest bands in Birmingham
Birmingham Town Hall has played host to the likes of Black Sabbath, David Bowie and Pink Floyd. Tonight, Swim Deep can add themselves to this list.
Before arriving at the O2 Academy, there had been a lot of hype surrounding headline act Layers.
By utilising impressive showmanship and having a catalogue of huge hits under their collective belt already, the boys really deserve all their recent success.
It may have been a wet and windy Sunday night, but that certainly didn’t deter a good crowd gathering to see the budding and talented singer songwriter Charlotte Carpenter at the Yardbird
A gig at the Asylum 2 venue in Birmingham means three things; cheap drinks, a tight sweaty room and lots of loud music.
Taking its cue from the now established Record Store Day, some 28 record shops around the UK took part in an event to celebrate all things cassette, with re-releases of classic albums and some limited editions made available in the pocket-sized format.
Flying straight into it with ‘I Will Steal You Back’, ‘Big Casino’ and ‘My Best Theory’, J.E.W. set their stall out early.