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THE GALLERY: Delamere + The Hungry Ghosts, Plastic Factory, Chasing Deer @ The Sunflower Lounge 14.10.15

Words by Ed King / Pics from Rob Hadley (Indie Images) & Michelle Martin (Visual Voice Media) On Weds 14th October the Stoke-born-Manchester-raised-Indie-Electronica, Delamere, came to The Sunflower Lounge – with support from The Hungry Ghosts, Plastic Factory, Chasing Deer. Birmingham Review sent a couple of snappers along for THE GALLERY – with shots from […]

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THE GALLERY: PINS @ Hare & Hounds 22.09.15

Ed’s… Manchester’s four piece Punksters, PINS, came back to Birmingham on Tues 22nd Sept – playing at the Hare & Hounds, as presented by This is Tmrw. Another chance for Birmingham Review to see them, having missed their previous gig at The Sunflower Lounge, Helen Knott and Paul Reynolds went to cover the gig for […]

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THE GALLERY: Goodnight Lenin + Hoopla Blue, Chartreuse @ Hare & Hounds 06.08.15

Words by Ed King / Pics by Rob Hadley On Thursday 6th August, Goodnight Lenin played at the Hare & Hounds – with live support from Hoopla Blue & Chartreuse, alongside the DJs from Killer Wave. Heralded as a ‘return to their favourite Birmingham venue,’ Goodnight Lenin were sandwiched between a couple of festival dates […]

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THE GALLERY: One Beat Festival @ mac 25/07/15

Words by Ed King / Pics by Rob Hadley On Saturday 25th July, One Beat Festival returned to the outdoor Arena at mac – promoting a mixed bag of local acts & beyond. Formed in 2010 by Ian Light and Jon Brookes, One Beat Records has played a huge part in championing acts from the […]

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10 WORD REVIEW: Birmingham Pride, 23rd & 24th May ’15

All pics & content by Michelle Martin Ed’s note… Last weekend, Birmingham saw its biggest ever Pride event take place across the city – with a two day celebration centred around the Hurst Street festival. Over 75,000 people joined the Pride Parade, starting in Victoria Square and winding its way to the main festival site […]

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