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THE GALLERY: The Hungry Ghosts – ‘Amerika/Lazaro’ single launch @ Centrala 22.07.17

      Words by Ed King / Original pics by Rob Hadley On Saturday 22nd July, those slaughter house siblings let another one of their scaly offspring slither out unguarded across the plains… or if you’ve not read me write about them before, The Hungry Ghosts released a new single – their double a-side […]

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BPREVIEW: The Hungry Ghosts – ‘Amerika/Lazaro’ single launch @ Centrala 22.07.17

Words by Ed King / Pic by Rob Hadley (Indie Images) On Saturday 22nd July, The Hungry Ghosts will be celebrating the upcoming release of their ‘Amerika/Lazaro’ double a-side with a single showcase gig at Centrala (Minerva Works). Support comes from You Dirty Blue, Charlie Boyer (The Voyers), Average Sex, The Lizards. Doors open at […]

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INTERVIEW: Richard Franks – Counteract

Words by Ed King / Pics Rob Hadley Interview conducted at The Sunflower Lounge on Saturday 22nd April. Richard Franks started Counteract seven years ago. Seven years ago today in fact, on his birthday. Which along with World Earth Day, Record Store Day, and what seems to be the warm up for Pride marching past The […]

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Counteract’s 7th Birthday 22.04.17 / Rob Hadley - Birmingham Review

THE GALLERY: Counteract’s 7th Birthday @ The Sunflower Lounge 22.04.17

      Words by Ed King / Pics by Rob Hadley ‘We’re going to need a bigger boat…’ You got that right. On Saturday 22nd, Counteract celebrated its seven years around the sun with a smorgasbord of bands at The Sunflower Lounge, playing to a packed out room with no extra wiggle in sight. […]

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The Hungry Ghosts @ The Victoria 25.10.16 / By Claire Leach © Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: The Hungry Ghosts + Goat Girl @ The Victoria 25.10.16

Words by Jay Dyer / Pics by Claire Leach I have long been an admirer of The Victoria. It’s a quaint, traditional pub, at the heart of this vastly changing city – one which has not been hit quite as hard by the wide gentrification across the road, in the new (sterile) Grand Central/New Street […]

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