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REVIEW: Peace @ The Rainbow Warehouse, Dec 20th

Words by Cesilia Oriana Trecaquista On an unusually mild but miserably wet night, I venture out to The Rainbow Warehouse, to attend the much hyped gig of Birmingham Indie starlets – Peace. Upon entry it was evident the foursome had a following; the venue almost filled to capacity with teenage fans sporting identical haircuts/skinny jeans […]

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PREVIEW: Peace @ The Rainbow Warehouse, Dec 22nd

Birmingham’s psychedelic indie rock starlets, Peace, are playing a Christmas homecoming on Dec 22nd at The Rainbow Warehouse. Clue’s in the title. With their new single, ‘Wraith’, scheduled for a mid January release – the brothers Koisser & Co are sandwiching a big Birmingham bash, between gigs at The Glasslands Gallery in New York and […]

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REVIEW: Natalie Duncan @ The Glee Club, Dec 4th

Words by Richard Wright / Pictures by Lucy Heath Fresh off of her first appearance on ‘Later…with Jools Holland’, Natalie Duncan arrived on stage at The Glee Club to a warm applause of appreciation from the crowd. Slipping straight into ‘Devil In Me’, the title track of her debut album, Duncan grabbed the audience’s attention […]

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REVIEW: The Staves @ H&H, Nov 28th

Words by Ed King / Pictures by Katie Foulkes This is different. I’ve been to several gigs at the Hare and Hounds, but there’s not usually a queue; or at least, not usually one this long. Not that there are more-people-than-ever-before, after all capacity is what it is, but they’re not often so punctual. […]

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PREVIEW: Natalie Duncan @ The Glee Club, Dec 4th

‘Singing, writing and playing piano at around 5 years-old’, today aged 24; Natalie Duncan is now the proud matriarch of her own album – ‘Devil in Me’. Nearly two decades after the Surrey born singer-songwriter “realised I was a bit obsessive about music”, Duncan’s 14 track debut was released on Verve Records in July this […]

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