After finding possibly the most uncomfortable place to sit in the Bullring and jumping on Selfridges’ free WiFi, I managed to get 2 Circa Waves tickets. The gig sold out in two minutes which was no surprise as this would be the band’s first headline show in a while.
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Baby Strange played at The Sunflower Lounge on May 22nd as part of their UK tour. They proved they’re a bloody fantastic live band by bringing their grunge sound to life for the rowdy Birmingham crowd.
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So last night I saw The Smyths, a tribute band to the brilliant 80’s group, The Smiths (with an ‘i’) and I felt as if I was back in 1986! The gig was in aid of the 30 years anniversary of release of The Queen Is Dead, which is coming up in June.
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As we all know, the British summer isn’t exactly what we’d call “the warmest season of the year” but it’s fast approaching and we always need a summer soundtrack. Here’s a few albums that give me those fun, fresh, summery vibes everytime I listen to them.
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VOYEURISM is the second album from Merseyside band, Vukovar. Buddy Preston, Dan Shea and Rick Clarke formed the band back in 2014 and this record is full of brilliant instrumentals that take you on one hell of journey.
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Having gained support from some big names in music in 2015, like NME, MTV and BBC Radio 1, it was undoubtable that there was going to be a huge hype around this UK tour. Being incredibly excited myself, finally seeing RAT BOY at their sold out Birmingham gig showed Jordan Cardy and his mates Liam Haygarth, Noah Booth and Harry Todd are bringing something more interesting to the music scene than the usual “one’s to watch”.
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The second single from Jake Bugg’s upcoming album, On My One, was Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record” on BBC Radio 1 on May 4th 2016. The track is called, Love, Hope and Misery and it definetely does not dissappoint.
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