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BREVIEW: BIMM Summer Festival @ Asylum 14.06.19

Words by Charlie Culverhouse It’s the day of BIMM Birmingham’s Summer Festival and the weather is as miserable as it has been all week. Luckily for the ‘summer’ theme it hasn’t rained today, yet. I cross my fingers that the weather will allow festival goers to celebrate in the dry. In the venue, I notice […]

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BIMM Summer Festival - poster

BPREVIEW: BIMM Summer Festival @ Asylum 14.06.19

Words by Ed King On Friday 14th June, BIMM Summer Festival comes to Asylum – a free to attend event, that promises to be ‘a celebration of young musicians from across the region and a chance to showcase the very best local musical talent.’ Doors open at Asylum from 6:30pm, with the music kicking of […]

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OPINION: NOT NORMAL – NOT OK

Words by Ed King Ed’s note… I first wrote this back in March, a few days after Shrove Tuesday, in response to stories of sexual assault and misconduct that I had heard about that week. It was born out of frustration – I write to clear my head. Then more stories came my way, and […]

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INTERVIEW: Lydia Brookes – Singing for Supper @ The Castle & Falcon 24.11.17

Words by Ed King / Pics courtesy of Lush Birmingham On Friday 24th November, The Castle and Falcon in Balsall Heath will be hosting Singing for Supper, a live gig with a somewhat stellar line up – You Dirty Blue, Sofa King, Alfresco Love Sounds, The Chalet Lines will all be performing for only a […]

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