All Years Leaving’s reputation and popularity has grown steadily over years, reaching fever pitch when this year’s hotly anticipated event sold out of weekend passes long before the final line up had been released.
Worcestershire psych quintet Plastic Scene headlined the evening of musical discovery at The Victoria on July 20th, where, accompanied by What’s Left, The Creature Appeal, Johnny Kills and M A R C, they each performed their most recent releases.
This relatively small section of Birmingham is a designated conservation area, begging to be explored and boasts over 200 listed buildings nestled between The Jewellery Quarter’s roads and side streets.
The weekend concludes with sweltering weather and performances by Laura Misch, Ezra Collective, Fred Wesley, Roy Ayres and Sister Sledge. 2018 could easily be heralded as the best instalment of Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul yet.
Raised on the harmonica-drenched despair of The Rolling Stones, the country-fuzz trio The Americas are back with a song that raises the sensibility, as well as a brand-new EP with a rather cheeky title. Sam Lambeth comes on out to find out more.
Table Scraps launched their new album ‘Autonomy’ in their hometown on Friday 2nd March