As a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic, a number of grassroots music venues in and around Birmingham could be just ‘weeks away from closure’
On Thursday 6th August, your local city poet Mike Skinner proved that ticketed live streams can work, and offered hope for many in the music industry
film + tv
Charlie Kaufman’s new Netflix film, a surreal road trip through the snow, is possibly his most challenging film yet.
Accompanied by a new music video, Birmingham-based anti-pop quartet Y!KES released their latest single ‘Pirouette’ on 14th August
Garage rock icons Oh Sees will now play The Crossing in Birmingham this November
food and drink
Dishoom Birmingham will finally open its doors in April, following a ten-day soft launch with 50% off all food
After a short closure, iconic Birmingham boozer The Old Crown is back in business with a bit of a facelift.
Birmingham based punk trio Bad Girlfriend are back with their sludgiest, riffiest single yet.
There’s Always Tomorrow is a brutal trip down memory lane for Jimmy Davis aka T8PES, who is in the best form of his career so far