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Post Paradise – feat. Zach Dawson, Paul Zaba, Louis D’Heudieres @ Centrala (Minerva Works) 23.09.16 / Pics by Michelle Martin © Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: Post Paradise – feat. Zach Dawson, Paul Zaba, Louis D’Heudieres @ Centrala (Minerva Works) 23.09.16

**This event was given a Birmingham Review by Sam James and Ed King, both are presented below. The pictures featured are from Reuben Penny and Michelle Martin.** Words by Sam James / Pics by Reuben Penny As much as I hate to say it in such a public forum, but the part of the old library […]

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Post Paradise – feat. Zach Dawson, Paul Zaba, Louis D’Heudieres @ Centrala (Minerva Works)

BPREVIEW: Post Paradise – feat. Zach Dawson, Paul Zaba, Louis D’Heudieres @ Centrala (Minerva Works) 23.09.16

Words by Ed King On Friday 23rd September, Centrala Café & Gallery hosts the inaugural Post Paradise – a live music showcase of ‘local composers and artists amongst guests from around the UK and abroad.’ Doors open for 8pm at the Minerva Works based venue, with tickets on entry charged at £5. For direct gig […]

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What is Afrofuturism? / Held at Birmingham Hippodrome on Saturday 24th September

OPINION: What is Afrofuturism?

Words by Juice Aleem *Juice Aleem will be organising & hosting the AfroFlux – what is Afrofuturism? event as part of the B-Side Hip Hop Festival, free to attend at the Hippodrome on Saturday 24th September.  For more info, click here.* You may have heard the term ‘Afrofuturism’ being thrown about a lot in recent […]

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BPREVIEW: B-Side Hip Hop Festival @ Hippodrome & various 23-25.09

Words by Ed King Running for three days across the weekend, B-Side Hip Hop Festival comes to the Birmingham Hippodrome from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th September. Presenting an ‘exciting weekend of talks, pop-up city centre performances, film, spoken word, workshops, D/VJ’s and graffiti artists’ much of the B-Side Hip Hop Festival is free to attend. Some workshops and […]

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John J Presley @ Hare & Hounds 14.09.16 / By Rob Hadley (Indie Images) © Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: John J Presley + Table Scraps, The Hungry Ghosts @ Hare & Hounds 14.09.16

Words by Jay Dyer / Pic by Rob Hadley (Indie Images) Wednesdays are not exactly prime nights for live music. Venues generally struggle to attract punters to their doors, punters whom have most likely hit the hump of the working week and long for the weekend. Surprisingly, however, as I arrive at the sun drenched […]

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