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THE GALLERY: Bare Bones – with The Mighty Young, Handwaxx, Liám Mckeown @ Café Artum 01.12.18

Words by Emily Doyle / Pics by Ed King Café Artum, a vinyl-filled setting nestled at the far end of Corporation Street, is busier than usual on this Saturday afternoon. “This one’s for my mum, over there. This is the first time she’s ever seen me play, today” says Liám Mckeown, taking his seat in […]

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BREVIEW: Katie Melua @ Symphony Hall 30.11.18

Words by Ed King / Pics from Symphony Hall by Dave Cox – courtesy of the Express & Star. Pics from Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre by Allan Jones – courtesy of Republic Media So, I have this thing about honesty. It’s a rule and a burden. Yet it’s also a freedom, if you can understand why. […]

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SINGLE: ‘Trust is Blind’ – The Cosmics

Words by Ed King / Pics by Psychedelic Eye – courtesy of The Cosmics On Friday 30th November, The Cosmics release ‘Trust is Blind’ – the lead single from their forthcoming debut EP. Now anything coming from The Cosmics is a reason to sit up and pay attention, with the Birmingham based three piece being […]

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BPREVIEW: Bare Bones – with The Mighty Young, Handwaxx, Liám Mckeown @ Café Artum 01.12.18

Words by Ed King / Artwork by Rocío Álvarez Osuna On Saturday 1st December, the inaugural Bare Bones comes to Café Artum – with acoustic sets from The Mighty Young, Handwaxx, and Liám Mckeown. The event runs from 3pm until 6pm, with three live sets alongside music from Carlton Wainwright on the wheels of steel. […]

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THE GALLERY: REWS @ The Flapper 17.11.18

On Saturday 17th November, REWS came back to Birmingham, rounding off their five date UK tour at The Flapper in Birmingham – with local support from MeMe Detroit, alongside Marshall Records label mate Thousand Thoughts. Now it’s no secret that both Birmingham and Birmingham Review love REWS, with the alt-rock duo having had some stellar […]

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