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It was clear from the off last night at the Hare & Hounds that Moon Duo, and local band Seeland, have reputations preceding them
You can’t fault the energy of Born Gold’s Cecil Frena tonight, as he pogoes up and down with his guitar, to the rave beats and high synth chords that he and his band mate produce.
Simon Green, aka Bonobo, aka the man of electronic music, made an incredible appearance at Birmingham’s renowned Rainbow Warehouse
While it’s not quite Newport Folk Festival 1965, the Short Movie tour will go down in history as the moment Laura Marling went electric.
Nai Harvest and Best Friends formed the perfect partnership, their distinctive takes on a similar sound acting as the perfect compliment to each other.
It’s a Saturday night at Birmingham’s Institute and critically acclaimed singer-songwriter, James Bay, is about to grace his indisputable talents (and undeniably pretty face) upon a sold out, 1,500-strong audience.
To coincide with Record Store Day, local promoters This Is Tmrw planned a day of live music featuring some of Birmingham’s best bands.
In the 18 months that Left For Dead record shop has been open it’s certainly made a great impression on our fair city.
With an illustrious and varied career, Adam Ant has no trouble drawing the crowds. Performing at The Slade Rooms in Wolverhampton, his show was nothing short of a sensation.
It’s been a while since English folk- rock band, The Leisure Society have played in Birmingham last, but with their recent release of their fourth album, ‘The Fine Art of Hanging on’, they’re back and better than ever before.