Archive | June, 2015


BPREVIEW: NOFX + Alkaline Trio, Lagwagon @ O2 Academy (B’ham) 27&28/06/15

Words by Olly MacNamee It has been far too long since NOFX brought their Punk-Rock cavalcade into town, but with two dates this weekend at the O2 Academy (B’ham), Sat 27th and Sun 28th June, they’re making up for their much lamented Birmingham absence. Touring with both Alkaline Trio and Lagwagon, NOFX have lined up two […]

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BPREVIEW: Free School – ‘Love Calling’ (single launch) @ Hare & Hounds 26/06/15

On Friday 26th June, Free School bring their live set to the Hare & Hounds in Kings Heath, headlining a bevy of support from Hoopla Blue, The Grafham Water Sailing Club, Field Harmonics + DJ sets from Golden Trash & This is Tmrw. Doors open at 8pm with entrance at £5 + booking fee (advance). […]

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BPREVIEW: Mostly Jazz, Soul & Funk Festival ’15 @ Moseley Park 10-12/07/15

Words by Olly MacNamee / Pics courtesy of Mostly Jazz Festival Running from 10-12th July, Mostly Jazz , Funk & Soul Festival returns to Moseley Park in Birmingham. Advance purchase/adult day tickets are priced at £49, with a full weekend pass costing £94. Concessions are available for families and children – for further event info, […]

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BPREVIEW: The Railway Social Club + Dutch Cousin @ The Sun at the Station 26/06/2015

Words by Ceri Black Birmingham based bands The Railway Social Club and Dutch Cousin come to The Sun at The Station – for a double EP launch, on Friday 26th June. Support is from local ‘sound maker’ James Brough and a DJ set from Sam Redmore. Doors open at 8.30pm with tickets priced at £5 (on the door). For […]

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Dead Kennedys (Circa 2008)

BPREVIEW: Dead Kennedys @ O2 Academy – 23/06/15

Pioneering American Hardcore Punk band Dead Kennedys are bringing their distinctive sound to Birmingham’s O2 Academy on Tuesday 23rd June. Doors open at 7pm and tickets are priced at £20 advance – for direct gig info, click here Formed in 1978 in San Francisco, Dead Kennedys quickly became one of the West Coast’s most prominent […]

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