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BREVIEW: Beyond The Tracks… Sunday @ Eastside Park 17.09.17

      Words by Damien Russell / Pics by Michelle Martin Day three of any festival weekend is always a tough one for me. Day one I’m mad for it. Day two is a recover and then get back on it kind of day. Day three is usually spent sober, tired, and can be […]

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INTERVIEW: John Fell – Beyond the Tracks @ Eastside Park 15-17.09.17

Words by Damien Russell / Pics by Eleanor Sutcliffe Feeling like a lazy Sunday afternoon despite being a Monday (thank you Bank Holiday), sitting in the shade at Eastside Park has got something of a ‘last day of a festival’ feel. Convenient really as I’ve braved exhaustion and headed out to into the sun to […]

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Dorcha @ Hare & Hounds 22.12.16 / Rob Hadley © Birmingham Review

THE GALLERY: Dorcha + Chartreuse, Delta Autumn @ Hare & Hounds 22.12.16

    Words by Ed King / Pics by Rob Hadley On Thursday 22nd December, Dorcha performed at the Hare & Hounds with Chartreuse + Delta Autumn as support. Headlining the This Is Tmrw Christmas shindig, Dorcha were also releasing their new ISM EP – with hard press copies available for the first time. Dorcha […]

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BPREVIEW:  Dorcha + Chartreuse, Delta Autumn @ Hare & Hounds 22.12.16 / Artwork by Lewes Herriot

BPREVIEW: Dorcha + Chartreuse, Delta Autumn @ Hare & Hounds 22.12.16

Words by Ed King On Thursday 22nd December, Dorcha perform at the Hare & Hounds (Kings Heath) with Chartreuse + Delta Autumn as support. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets are priced at £7 (advance) and £10 (otd) with ‘all proceeds from this show will now go towards helping those affected by the Aleppo crisis.’ For […]

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Club Integral – Seikou Susso, Howie Reeve, Kamura Obsura, Dorcha @ The Edge 07.10.16

BREVIEW: Club Integral – Dan Wilkins, Howie Reeve, Kamura Obsura, Dorcha @ The Edge 07.10.16

Words by Lucy Mounfield / Pics stolen from the corners of t’interweb… apologies From the first look at Club Integral’s poster, I was a bit unsure of what tonight was all about. From the first step into the small warehouse in Digbeth, home to The Edge/Friction Arts, I begin to understand: eclectic furniture scattered around the […]

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