May issue of Brum Notes Magazine out now

Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun? You can almost smell summer and things are hotting up across the Midlands’ musical landscape.
Forget festival fever, there’s more going on this coming month than you can shake a muddy welly at and the May issue of Brum Notes Magazine is here to point you in the right direction…
As always, you’ll find many of the hottest acts visiting Birmingham and beyond this month stopping off first in the pages of Brum Notes on the way.
Of course you can find your own completely free copy in the finest bars, clubs, venues, shops, galleries and endless other places across the West Midlands. But if you’ve not been lucky enough to furnish yourself with a physical issue then you can read up online here.
Put a spring in your step with our guide to the most heart-warmingly original alternative folk acts around from our own fine city and futher afield, with the likes of Oxford’s Stornoway, Brighton trio Peggy Sue, Dubliner songsmith Villagers and Brum’s own Shady Bard, Malpas and Boat to Row.
Plus we get deep down and grimey with pop’s hottest hipster Tinie Tempah, while uber-cool Philly hip hip duo Chiddy Bang shake things up. Britpop survivors The Bluetones prove there’s life in the old dogs yet while guitar music’s torch-bearers The Futureheads get all political on yo ass.
As if that wasn’t enough, you can feast your eyes on where to treat your ears with our comprehensive gig guide, plus the usual mixture of news, reviews and previews.
May you enjoy it. See what we did there? ‘May’…Err, sorry. Read it anyway though.


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