Compared to the likes of Elvis Presley & Rosetta Tharpe, Harry’s first EP Blowin’ Up Your Jukebox made quite an impression on the UK and US Rockabilly & Country scene!
Our weekly free entry acoustic sessions continue, this week featuring the brilliant alternative rock singer/songwriter David Young
Fellow singer/songwriters team up for a co-headline show calling at The Sunflower Lounge on Thursday 8th September.
New Jersey quartet celebrate the release of their newest LP ‘Cardinal’ – the band’s captivating blend of indie rock, pop & country elements is more addictive than ever before
6 piece stomping country outfit from Shropshire described as “good time- foot stomping- old time classics and originals with a modern twist!”
Having opened for Catfish & The Bottlemen, Peace and Skaters, Birmingham quartet are back to celebrate the release of their latest single.
Following support slots with Yak, Sundara Karma & Circa Waves, as well as appearances at Glastonbury & Field Day, the band return for their first Birmingham headline show
The most deathly delta blues outfit to ever emerge from Andalusia, for fans of Mississippi Blues greats, Os Mutantes & Jon Spencer
Pioneers of industrial pop, their infectious live shows will get your feet tapping and your heart racing.
Two piece plying their trade in fuzz laden garage rock, playing songs at The Sunflower Lounge from their debut Fuzz Bomb.
After gaining popularity performing covers of Bring Me The Horizon and Fall Out Boy songs on YouTube, Seafoal is now writing incredible electro pop music of their own.
Following two sellout shows earlier this year, Reading quartet, who have previously claimed their indie-infused sound is “more refreshing than sunshine”, return to Birmingham
Music that unifies his Congolese roots, his mother’s adoration of the great divas and his own love for the likes of Matt Corby, Lianne La Havas & Bombay Bicycle Club
After a long hiatus from the music industry to concentrate on his studies, Lowkey is back for a string of hugely anticipated and rare live performances.
London quartet who have been quickly gaining a reputation as the city’s most exciting & ferocious rock and roll band
The bands latest EP Driven was recorded with well known record producer/mixer Romesh Dodangoda (Lower Than Atlantis, Funeral For A Friend)
Following a sellout show at The Rainbow, West Mids quartet who have supported the likes of Prides, Coasts, Saint Raymond & Young Kato, return for a headline show
Inimitable singer-songwriter brings her deliciously dark, gloomy indie-pop to Birmingham, having won acclaim from tastemakers including Q, Clash, Line of Best Fit & The 405
Following support slots with Gabrielle Aplin & Hozier, Welsh singer-songwriter Hannah Grace will be heading out on the road with her live band taking in 6 cities in the UK.
Following a stint playing bass with Gruff Rhys & Boom Bip’s Neon Neon and working with Stealing Sheep & Euros Childs, Jones released his debut album 2013 in March
Romeo Stodart of The Magic Numbers teams up with Ren Harvieu for a rare performance ebuting gems from their recent songwriting partnership
It is dream music, foggy, atmospheric, the melodies you hear while you gazing out through fingerprint smeared windows into a constantly moving, metamorphing landscape.
Producing lyrics and melodies that result in beautifully crafted songs, he is able to give you live performances that you won’t forget.
Politically charged welsh alternative foursome ESTRONS and garage rock outfit The Bay Rays come together for a joint headline show in Birmingham
Following his recent stint supporting Teleman, Oscar will embark on a UK headline tour this autumn, calling at The Rainbow Birmingham on Sat 1st October.
After a moment away from the spotlight, the Brummie chanteuse is back in full force – still with that amazing, swooping, haunting voice, but with more raw, fragile vulnerability
Melding a diverse selection of influences from Nick Cave to Kanye West, London’s Gabriel Bruce has earned his reputation as one of the country’s most captivating live acts
Cheltenham 6-piece Young Kato make their much anticipated return with the ambitious four track EP titled One. Two. Three. Four.
Exeter’s finest The Computers release their 3rd album Birth/Death on 30th September on One Little Indian. The band will be touring the UK in autumn, calling at the Hare & Hounds.
One of Ireland’s most exciting new bands who have opened for the likes of Catfish and The Bottlemen, Noel Gallagher, Circa Waves & Kodaline
Jerry Williams is a 20 year old singer songwriter from Portsmouth influenced by the likes of Slow Club, Coldplay, Jamie T, Vampire Weekend, Jake Bugg & Kate Nash
Alt-electro rockers This Burning Age play The O2 Institute Birmingham after releasing their third EP Desolation to rave reviews.
Scottish duo Man of Moon have been building a strong following having supported the likes of We Were Promised Jetpacks, Phantom Band and The Subways.
Kate Jackson, former lead singer with much missed Sheffield greats The Long Blondes, is back with a new album British Road Movies and new band The Wrong Moves.
Conneticut quartet who’ve supported the likes of Modern Baseball & The Hotelier, celebrate the release of their It Kindly Stopped For Me EP
Following extensive support from BBC Radio 1, Radio X, Absolute Radio and Beats One. Black Honey lead the way in being one of the most exciting new guitar bands in the UK.
“Rhythmic flows that instantly propel the quartet in to the coat-tails of contemporaries such as Vancouver Sleep Clinic and Aquillo” – Gold Flake Paint
Drawing comparisons to the emotionally-engaging dream-pop of bands like Wolf Alice and Warpaint, new album Kin could not have come at a better time.
Newcastle-spawned, Brighton-based quartet Demob Happy embark on a co-headline tour with Brighton 3-piece Tigercub, visiting Birmingham on the 13th October
Listen to CC Smugglers and you’ll hear the ghosts of American folk music, swing, jazz, country, ragtime and bluegrass.
Local indie four-piece Riscas draw from a variety of different genres including reggae and funk which combine to create their own unique style.
Danish singer MØ has released new track ‘Final Song’ her first release since the Diplo collaboration ‘Kamikaze’ following attention gained from the Major Lazer collab ‘Lean On’
NME have compared them to Queens of the Stone Age, while the Guardian have likened their music to Nirvana and Team Rock praised their dynamic live performances. Armed with killer Read the full article…
With their 4th studio album planned for release in the later stages of 2016, an exciting batch of new material ensures us that the band are on track for an incredible year.
Lurking a few levels beneath the group’s tightly wound post-punk tracks are bittersweet minor-key melodies that burn like the red light of a setting sun.
Nottingham art-rock quartet, described by the BBC at Glastonbury as “sparse, gossamery soundscapes…combined with gorgeous harmonic singing”
Indie/jangle/surf/garage trio Dune Rats team up with fellow Brisbane based duo DZ Deathrays for a co-headline tour, visiting Birmingham on the 20th October
Augustines return for their biggest Birmingham headline show to date, to celebrate the release of their forthcoming third LP ‘This Is Your Life’
Following support dates with acts as varied as Fionn Regan, Jake Bugg, Seafret and Mumford & Sons, Londoner Tom Speight returns for his first Birmingham headline show.
Whether they’re touring the world’s biggest arenas or hanging out in the back room of their local pub, the Lounge Kittens’ mission is to make you laugh till you’re sick.
With influences that stretch from Neil Young, to Ryan Adams, to Alvvays, Robert Craig Oulton and his band play The Blue Room this October
Irish duo All Tvvins are an indie-rock band underpinned by a maelstrom of synths, resulting in a sound akin to TV On The Radio and Animal Collective
Hertfordshire bred rockers who have supported the likes of Sasosin, Frank Iero, Mallory Knox, Jimmy Eat World and Moose Blood
London R&B rockers Hidden Charms and Liverpool psych rockers The Vryll Society head out on a joint headline tour this October, calling at The Rainbow Cellar
Southwest trio, championed by Kerrang! & Rock Sound, bring their unique & unflinching brand of heart-wrenching rock to Brum – a dynamic mix of raw noise & pure melody.
Kiko Bun’s first single ‘Where I’m From’ mixes this deep love of Jamaican roots music with crisp young London bass culture.
Hot on the heels of releasing her third single ‘We Disappear’, Glasgow’s Martha Ffion has announced a full UK tour for October – her first ever.
Infectious British indie rock, oozing with raw honesty and not ones to lend themselves to a specific scene, sound or genre.
“Let’s Eat Grandma make exuberant psych pop with a sinister undertone.” – Dazed
Birmingham singer-songwriter and beatboxer has announced details of a new EP release and its accompanying live launch at The Rainbow.
Liverpudlian trio Trudy and the Romance have thoroughly intrigued over the last year following the release of 3 eye-catching singles, ‘All My Love’, ‘Behave’ and ‘Baby I’m Blue’.
Following support slots with The Vaselines, Killing Joke, Ash & Nothing But Thieves, the Southend-On-Sea quartet released their debut album Killer Brain Waves in July
Formed in 2012 Tail Feather have carved out their own distinct niche with their blues-driven anthems and glorious four part harmonies, reminiscent of The Allman Brothers and CSN&Y
Following support slots with Frankie & The Heartstrings, The Bohicas and The Buzzcocks, they’re all about making a noise!
Pile’s exceptional ability to warp through loud-soft-loud dynamics is on full display, forgoing predictable song structures and triumphantly crushing any false sense of security.
One of 2016′s most exciting new prospects, this Kent youngster brings his hugely addictive Radio 1 approved indie-pop to Birmingham
Lauded as ahead-of-the-curve trailblazers, pop-psych adventurers who count as peers Tame Impala, Temples and TOY
“An explosion of instruments from all over the world and genres that shouldn’t quite go together… Flamingods sound like nothing else right now” – DAZED
A charismatic charmer and a smasher of pianos. A madman and an earnest poet. A strummer of delicate chords and a lover of bent and broken melodies.
Lail Arad embarks on her longest UK tour this November, taking her band on the road with generous support from PRS Foundation’s Women Make Music fund.
Exciting new London solo-artist who has earned comparisons to the likes of Sharon Van Etten, PJ Harvey, Jeff Buckley and London Grammar
Emotions and Math is not just the name of Margaret Glaspy’s debut album. That expression drills right to the heart of the New York singer-songwriter’s proper introduction
Psychedelic shoegaze trio Is Bliss play The Sunflower Lounge after support slots with Wolf Alice, Telescopes and Nine Black Alps
With a powerful voice that spans ranges and eras & an effortless approach to a fine melody on the guitar, the Illinois singer-songwriter sets the bar high for the modern folk artist.
Screeching guitars, glistening synths, pummelling sub-bass, colossal riffs and audacious drum patterns define the London trio’s unique sound.
Following supports with Belle and Sebastian, Foo Fighters, Courtney Barnett & Wolf Alice, Glasgow duo return to Birmingham for a headline show
Fronted by former Amazing Snakeheads frontman Dale Barclay, And Yet It Moves have raw and simple ambitions: squarely to save music from mediocrity.
Hailed as one of of the most exciting psych-rock bands in the country, the band will be announcing details of their 3rd album, due later this year via Heavenly Recordings.
New Jersey quartet return to Birmingham following a string of sold out shows to play their biggest headline to date.
Founding member of Grammy winning, alternative rock group, Paramore, esteemed guitarist and songwriter, Josh Farro heads to Birmingham this autumn
Honest, raw, loud, or at times mesmerisingly fragile, the music of Wolf People comes with no connotation other than the volumes of psych-rock history it illuminates
Born in punk shows and dive bars to three driven teenagers in 2012, Muncie Girls embodies the classic punk rock story in a modern context.
Little Barrie’s forthcoming album combines the influence of Beastie Boys Paul’s Boutique & Check Your Head with the explosiveness of 60′s freakbeat to create their own sci-fi fuzz.
As the co-founder and long-time front man of The Cat Empire, Riebl plays the Hare & Hounds Birmingham in November
Future of The Left return to Birmingham in November to celebrate the release of their new album, The Peace and Truce of Future of The Left.
Two years after the final Carter shows, and a few more since his last solo tour, Jim Bob is back to perform a cavalcade of USM hits and some solo favourites.
Drunk folk singer, barefoot troubadour and cult legend Beans on Toast has been around the block more times than he cares to remember.