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ED’S PICK: January 2018

Words by Ed King January 1st… no finer day to cross off the calendar. But as the world crawls out of bed with hangovers and resolutions, Birmingham’s events diary looks forward to a pretty vibrant January. It seems the ‘quiet month’ is not so dormant this year. Which is a good thing, right? I mean, who […]

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BPREVIEW: The Black Angels @ O2 Institute 26.09.17

Words by Ed King On Tuesday 26th September, The Black Angels land in Birmingham at the 02 Institute – performing live, with support from A Place to Bury Strangers + Mass Datura.  Doors open at 7pm with tickets priced at £19.50, as presented by Kilimanjaro Live and This Is Tmrw. For direct gig info, including venue […]

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Moon Duo @ Hare & Hounds 27.07.16 / By Michelle Martin (Visual Voice) © Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: Moon Duo @ Hare & Hounds 22.07.16

Words by Helen Knott / Pics by Michelle Martin (Visual Voice) What do ABBA, The White Stripes, Sonic Youth, Arcade Fire and Moon Duo have in common? Married band members. It’s understandable that there are so many bands that contain couples really – the sharing of common interests is a solid basis for a relationship. […]

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The Hungry Ghosts @ The Sunflower Lounge 06.07.16 / By Rob Hadley (Indie Images)

BREVIEW: The Hungry Ghosts @ The Sunflower Lounge 06.07.16

Words by Ed King / Pics by Rob Hadley (Indie Images) I have a problem with ‘thank you’. When I write something – a review, a feature or an opinion piece, it’s autonomous. To thank me for it implies I did something supportive, or helpful, or (god forbid) kind. I didn’t. I don’t. Writing is […]

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BPREVIEW: Melvins @ The Rainbow 22.06.16

Words by Ed King / Pic & artwork by Mackie Osborne On Weds 22nd June, the Melvins come to The Rainbow – as presented by Surprise You’re Dead Music. Doors open at 7pm with tickets priced at £22 + booking fee. For direct event info & online tickets sales, click here. On the road ‘to […]

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