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BPREVIEW: Warpaint @ O2 Institute 22.03.17

BPREVIEW: Warpaint @ O2 Institute 22.03.17

    Words by Ed King On Wednesday 22nd March, Warpaint come to the O2 Institute – with support from a band on the punkier side of the UK Rough Trade roster, Shame. Doors open at 7pm with tickets priced at £21 (+booking fee), as presented by Crosstown Concerts. Minimum age for entry is 14 […]

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INTERVIEW: Rhys Lewis

    Words & interview by Ed King / Video by Trapeze Film It’s easy to compare artists, to reference the more established when introducing the new blood. And you could be called a lot worse than some of the names in front of ‘Rhys Lewis’ on this press release. But ‘Rhys Lewis‘ is Rhys […]

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BREVIEW: Peaness @ The Sunflower Lounge 13.03.17 / Courtney Blount - Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: Peaness @ The Sunflower Lounge 13.03.17

      Words by Khryssy Blount / Pics by Courtney Blount  Normally I say, “On a warm spring evening, I am going to review…” However I believe this will work much better: I am going to review a band named Peaness. Yes, you are reading that correctly. I choose to sit on the sidelines, […]

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BPREVIEW: Peaness @ The Sunflower Lounge 13.03.17

BPREVIEW: Peaness @ The Sunflower Lounge 13.03.17

    Words by Ed King / Lead pic courtesy of Alcopop!, No Fun artwork by Sara Thielker  On Monday 13th March, Peaness perform at The Sunflower Lounge – with support from Mondo Royale + Maybe Don’t. Peaness come to Birmingham for the penultimate gig on their national tour, before their Chester homecoming show on […]

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Worry Dolls @ Kitchen Garden Café 22.02.17 / Denise Wilson - Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: Worry Dolls @ Kitchen Garden Café 22.02.17

          Words by Ed King / Pics by Denise Wilson “We are a live act, that’s very important.” God love the Kitchen Garden Café, but its ‘intimate setting’ can make crossing the room a fearsome journey. Mic stands, wires, pedals and feet. The world’s most tiny ukulele. There’s danger at every […]

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