Archive | March, 2017

BPREVIEW: Warpaint @ O2 Institute 22.03.17 / Rob Hadley – Birmingham Review

BPREVIEW: Warpaint @ O2 Institute 22.03.17

Words by Helen Knott / Pics by Rob Hadley Warpaint almost split up before recording last year’s album, Heads Up. After 18 months on the road the LA group’s four members took some time to pursue solo endeavors, with bassist Jenny Lee Linberg releasing a solo album and Stella Mozgawa drumming for a number of […]

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BPREVIEW: The Moonlandingz @ Hare & Hounds 28.03.17

BPREVIEW: The Moonlandingz @ Hare & Hounds 28.03.17

Words by Steve Crawford On Tuesday 28th March, The Moonlandingz come to the Hare & Hounds (Kings Heath) on the first date of their UK tour, with support from Goat Girl. Doors open at 7.30pm. But at the time of writing, this gig has been SOLD OUT with your only chance being the This Is […]

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BREVIEW: Stewart Lee - Content Provider @ Town Hall 27-8.03.17 / Idil Sukan

BPREVIEW: Stewart Lee – Content Provider @ Symphony Hall 27&28.03.17

Words by Helen Knott / Pics by Idil Sukan On Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th March, Stewart Lee brings his new show, Content Provider, to the Symphony Hall. Doors open at 7.30pm, with tickets priced at £25 (including £3 booking fee). For direct gig info, including full venue details and online ticket sales, click here. […]

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BPREVIEW: Blossoms (NME Awards Tour) @ O2 Academy 24.03.17

BPREVIEW: Blossoms (NME Awards Tour) @ O2 Academy 24.03.17

Words by Lucy Mounfield / Pics courtesy of APB On Wednesday 29th March, Blossoms perform at the O2 Academy (Birmingham) as part of the NME Awards Tour 2017 – with support from socio-political punks Cabbage, and Rory Wynne.  Doors open at 7pm; the minimum age for entry is 14 with under 16s requiring adult accompaniment. Tickets are […]

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BREVIEW: MK ULTRA @ REP 17.03.17 / Brian Slater

BREVIEW: MK ULTRA @ REP 17.03.17

Words by Charlotte Heap / Production pics by Brian Slater  THIS IS FAKE THEATRE. The commencing proclamation of Rosie Kay Dance Company’s MK ULTRA raised a snigger from the REP audience, steeped as we are in “alternative facts”. Named after Rosie Kay’s favourite conspiracy theory, MK ULTRA explores the occult in pop culture: shining a […]

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