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BPREVIEW: Wolf Alice @ Institute, 31st March

Tonight – 31st March, Institute Birmingham hosts Wolf Alice. Doors open at 7pm, with tickets at £12 (advance). For further gig info & tickets, click here. Hailing from North London, Wolf Alice formed in 2010 as a duo with Ellie Rowsell and Joff Oddie. The same year, the original pair released an eponymous three track EP – which included the tracks […]

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ALBUM: Kintsugi – Death Cab for Cutie

Words by Ceri Black, pics courtesy of Atlantic Records Death Cab for Cutie’s 8th album Kintsugi is a break up record, there is no doubt about that. It’s the band’s first album release since the departure of original member Chris Walla and marks frontman Ben Gibbard’s high profile divorce. The album title itself describes the […]

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REVIEW: Lucy Rose @ Institute, Weds 25th March ‘15

Words by Ed King / Pics by Jonathan Morgan It’s been a busy day. Since 07:02 I have failed to make a cup of tea or eat anything resembling breakfast. From deadlines to traffic jams I have hopscotched the city; finally, eventually, literally walking in behind her, making it into The Temple to see Lucy […]

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BPREVIEW: Live Vibe @ Hennessey’s Bar, Fri 27th March ‘15

On Friday 27th March, Live Vibe comes to Hennessey’s Bar in Digbeth – presenting an eclectic music showcase of Birmingham (unless otherwise stated) artists. Doors open at 7:45pm, with tickets at £5 (advance) and £7.50 (on the door). Live Vibe is promoted by Kleva Productions – with further by-monthly events planned at Hennessey’s Bar. Performing at […]

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PREVIEW: Lucy Rose @ Institute, Weds 25th March ‘15

Lucy Rose profile (above) by Mhat / Lucy Rose live at the Institute (below) by Katie Foulkes On Wednesday 25th March, Lucy Rose performs at the Birmingham Institute – playing an intimate gig in the upstairs Temple venue. Doors open at 7pm, with tickets priced at £13 advance. N.B. At the time of publishing this […]

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