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Alcuna Wilds + The Courtesy Group for Actress and Bishop

January 31st see the return to the UK of Dutch/UK Trip-Rock band ALCUNA WILDS, much likened to Portishead, who we reviewed on 23rd Feb 2017 when they supported noiseniks THOUGHT FORMS. A successful UK tour saw them well received and making good friends along the way. Support for this gig comes from local band THE […]

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Thought Forms @ ScaryCanary, Stourbridge, 23rd February 2017

Thought Forms played ScaryCanary in Stourbridge this month supported by Alcuna Wilds and Outlander. Mark Veitch and Chris Bowley were there for Brumlive.com Question: How many Birmingham bands does it take to change the batteries in an effects pedal. Answer: There are no bands in Birmingham with effects pedals because Outlander, tonight’s openers have ALL […]

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Three Band Line-up for ScaryCanary

23rd of February sees a very special three band line-up at Stourbridge’s art space venue of ScaryCanary. Sharing a label with BEAK>, KVB and 65DaysOfStatic probably gives you some idea of what to expect from Wiltshire three piece Thought Forms but for those unaware then imagine the soundtrack to being lost in an otherworldly desert […]

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Album Review – The Twilight Sad – It Won/t Be Like This All The Time

So, rumours of The Twilight Sad producing an album containing eleven versions of  “The Love Cats” have proved to be […]

Alcuna Wilds + The Courtesy Group for Actress and Bishop

January 31st see the return to the UK of Dutch/UK Trip-Rock band ALCUNA WILDS, much likened to Portishead, who we […]

Clutch @ o2 Academy, 22nd December 2018

Thank the lawd it’s not snowing. Having had numerous wintertime gigs nobbled by the road-wrecking sky-dandruff several times before, I […]

Nile Rodgers and CHIC @ Arena Birmingham, 16 December 2018

Having sold more than 500 million records in his time, there are few musicians on the planet to have achieved […]

Madness @ Arena Birmingham, 15 December 2018

Formed in 1976 Madness have survived a break up, a change of direction and a Margaret Thatcher inspired sitcom written […]

Bury Tomorrow +36 Crazyfists + Cane Hill @ o2 Institute, 12 December 2018

Cane Hill came onstage to an already packed out 02 Institute main room; the largely mixed demographic audience arriving early […]