Drawing from influences such as John Mayer, Amy Winehouse and old school songwriting legends like Ray Charles and Ray Lamontagne.
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Experimental Midlands quartet drawing comparisons to the dark depths of Joy Division, The Horrors, The Velvet Underground & O Children
21 year old singer/songwriter, influenced by the likes of Eva Cassidy. Damien Rice and Alter Bridge.
Together for two decades (moonlighting along the way with the likes of Sleater-Kinney, Wild Flag, Elliott Smith & Built to Spill), Quasi return with a brand new album
After selling out their Glastonbury warm-up show in a matter of minutes, Peace announce their biggest headline shows to date
Club Phobia are a four-piece local alternative outfit who take their influence from an array of British alternative bands from the past three decades.
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Sylvia are beguiling natural songwriters and musicians, with a keen ear for sound and texture
The legendary voice of Motown plays a very intimate Birmingham show this winter… expect to hear ‘My Baby Loves Me’, ‘Nowhere To Run’ & ‘Dancing in the Street’
Fifteen year old singer-songwriter on Alan McGee’s 359 Music, who already has support slots lined up with the likes of Babyshambles, Alabama 3 & The Strypes
Matt Sheehan is a singer/songwriter, still in his younger years at the age of 18 he has supported the likes of Lucy Rose, Marcus Foster, Brother and Bones, Josh Record and many others.
Brighton-via-Cornwall trio bring their deadly cocktail of snarling, in-your-face, punk urgency and bona-fide anthemic hooks to Birmingham
Birmingham sundrenched pop four-piece announce an intimate Christmas performance following their sold out hometown headline show back in Sept
“It’s this punk edge that makes them so different from their indie-pop contemporaries..one of the more exciting bands to come out of Brum.”
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Due to phenomenal demand, local indie heroes, The Twang, add a second date to The Rainbow Warehouse for a pair of their renowned hometown Christmas shows
Having played showcases in New York and London, and with an Australian album release, Tara is finally back home working on brand new material.
Local indie heroes, The Twang, return to The Rainbow Warehouse for one of their renowned hometown Christmas shows
“Like dragging your naked drunk body through a swamp of riffs.” – Kerrang Radio
Chart regulars whose towering structures of Casio enthused electro-hip-pop often cutting against the conventions of radio programming, play the Institute Birmingham
Oxford four-piece bring their atmospheric indie back to Birmingham, following a recent tour supporting The 1975
Rx Bandits, based in Seal Beach, California produce musical styles in an eclectic mix of progressive rock, ska, punk, and reggae deemed groove tech by the band
Folk revival/neopsychedelic five-piece who have recently recorded with Jonathan Wilson, and performed at the likes of Bonnaroo & Newport Folk Fest
‘Beautiful and candid, One Breath proves Anna Calvi has her fragilities. They just happen to be as captivating as her strengths’– Q – 4*
Little Comets blend vernacular and content – pairing propulsive beats with layered melodies in the vein of a more sedate Talking Heads or less conspicuous Vampire Weekend
North London based Shy Nature are a four-piece alternative rock band who mix elements of jangly sixties songwriting with the influence of more recent New York garage groups
18 year old Lianne Kaye is a refreshing pop rock singer hailing from Essex who has amassed over 6 million views and 65,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel
NYC three-piece featuring members of Dirty Pretty Things & The Dead Trees return with their classic lo-fi garage pop sound
Bristolian singer-songwriter, George Ezra – expect jaw-dropping soulful vocals reminiscent of Scott Matthews, and mighty impressive finger-picking with hints of Daughter.
Travelling four-piece that meld folk, punk and country influences, fronted by 21-year-old ‘punk Dolly Parton’ Siddy Bennet
Cloudbusting , who have been nominated for this year’s prestigious South West Music Awards ‘Best Tribute Act’, perform the music of the unique and incomparable Kate Bush
One-man, kick drum, slide guitar ride Bob Log III brings his renowned blues-punk live show back to Birmingham this April