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Album Review: Ballet School – The Dew Lasts An Hour

The Dew Lasts An Hour is the debut from multi-nationals Ballet School, who fuse dreamy 80′s-tinted pop with their own contemporary design. The Berlin-based band were formed when Irish singer Rosie Blair met Japanese-Brazilian Michel […]

Interview: Barnesy

Birmingham’s Barnesy is less a heart-on-sleeve kinda guy than one who bears everything and bears it to a wonderfully cocksure mix of blues and good old rock and roll. Ahead of his performance at The […]

Birmingham Weekly Arts Roundup, August 14 – 20

An empty crisp packet – useless rubbish or a portal into a city’s social history?  Opening at the Herbert on Saturday (August 16), Shed – Collect – Shed seeks to explore Coventry life via lost […]

Album Review: Britpop At The BBC

Britpop was a curious phenomenon. Like punk, it traded on the notion that anyone that could throw some chords together had a chance of achieving success. Such freedom meant that it was, to many, British […]

Birmingham Weekly Arts Roundup, August 7 – 13

If you’re looking for ways to celebrate the Brum sunshine this month, then look no further than Summer In Southside.  The Hippodrome area will be coming alive for three consecutive weekends of outdoor dance, circus, […]

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