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MUTES @ Hare & Hounds 13.03.19 - #2

BPREVIEW: Mutes @ Hare & Hounds 13.03.19

Words by Ed King On Wednesday 13th March, Mutes headline at the Hare & Hounds – with support from Robert Craig Oulton. Sofa King were originally scheduled to perform but had to pull out of the gig – so look out for someone possibly filling in. Doors open at 7:30pm, with tickets available for £6 […]

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INTERVIEW: Jack Jones – Trampolene

Words by Sam Lambeth / Pics by Daniel Quesada – courtesy of Cloud PR Trampolene, the brainchild of Swansea songsmith Jack Jones, have amassed two highly successful records, impressive support slots and admirable column inches – their latest single, ‘The One Who Loves You’ was released via Mi7 Records in October. With a return to […]

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BREVIEW: The August Showcase with Lice, The Lizards, The Hungry Ghosts, Whitelight @ Hare & Hounds 12.08.18

      Words by Ed King / Pics by Paul Reynolds Urrgghh… a gig on a Sunday, who has the energy/serotonin left? Apparently quite a few people, as I saunter (stumble) into the Hare & Hounds Room 2 alongside a very respectable crowd. Numberswise that is, they could all be slow boiling lost children […]

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BPREVIEW: The August Showcase with Lice, The Lizards, The Hungry Ghosts, Whitelight @ Hare & Hounds 12.08.18

Words by Ed King On Sunday 12th August, Setting Son Records and RDE present The August Showcase – with Lice, The Lizards, The Hungry Ghosts, and Whitelight all playing at the Hare & Hounds. Doors open at 6pm, with advance tickets available for a mere £7 sterling plus a smidgen of a booking fee… which […]

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BPREVIEW: Kings Heath Dining Club @ Highbury Hall 01.07.18

Words by Ed King / Pics by Wayne Fox – courtesy of Digbeth Dining Club On Sunday 1st July, Kings Heath Dining Club returns to Highbury Hall for another afternoon/evening of food, drink, music, events… and probably a bit more food. Clue’s in the title. Situated on the grounds of this Grade 2 listed building, which […]

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