The Fat Wreck Records family landed in the city in a riot of good natured banter and explosive punk rock energy, with three bands sending the sweat levels soaring through the O2 Institute’s ornate roof.
Formerly Behans Bar, the large public house in Yardley Wood is celebrating its renovation with an opening weekend of the best in local and Irish music.
Entering its sixteenth year, Supersonic Festival promises to bring the excellent and unexpected to a variety of Digbeth venues this June. Get your tickets here.
One of the Midlands’ most mercurial of talents, Bryony Williams has been largely dormant since the demise of Field Harmonics. Now she’s returning with a new EP, live dates and high hopes. “It’s good to be back,” she tells Sam Lambeth.
Table Scraps launched their new album ‘Autonomy’ in their hometown on Friday 2nd March