Mike Moloney blends pin drop intimacy with resounding guitar pop creating a sound he coins ‘anachronistic heart songs’.
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The singer-songwriter who has shared stages with the likes of Beans on Toast & Roy Wood, plays the Sunflower Lounge to accompany the release of his debut album
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Taking inspiration from many great artists such as The Jam, The Strokes, and Otis Redding, the Birmingham trio are currently working with Gavin Monaghan in the studio.
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One of the last remaining bastions of the British hardcore scene that exploded into the mainstream at the turn of the century return with their most hard-hitting album to date
With 24th Jan now sold out, Birmingham quartet announce a second hometown show to celebrate their much-anticipated second album ‘Happy People’
Hotly-tipped Birmingham duo who recently release their debut EP ‘Last Chance To Dance’
*Please note: This a late show – doors will be at 10pm and Ekkah will be on stage at approx midnight*
Birmingham quartet return with their much-anticipated second album ‘Happy People’ and a long awaited hometown show…”this is the sound of a band on fire”
The young Nottingham five-piece, who have recently toured with Lewis Watson, play The Rainbow after the huge success of their second EP Pilot
After a support slot with Damon Albarn at The Royal Festival Hall this autumn, Songhoy Blues head out on a UK tour calling at The Sunflower Lounge on 3rd February
Southampton’s Dolomite Minor & Glasgow’s Baby Strange embark on a joint UK tour bringing their much hyped raucous & rowdy live performances to The Rainbow
Tickets on sale Friday 19th December at 9am.
Much-acclaimed poet, playwright, novelist and respected recording artist who has worked with Bastille & Sinead O’Connor, and toured with Billy Bragg & Scroobius Pip
The Wirral psych-folk quintet who previously toured with Cat’s Eyes and Kasabian release their debut album in January and to celebrate they announce a headline UK tour.
Arizona quintet Incite remain one of the most formidable forces on the heavy metal scene as the return with latest album Up In Hell.
Having recently relocated to L.A, the Welsh artist returns to British soil to celebrate the release of his debut album with Heavenly Recordings, ‘In The Pink of Condition’.
Anthemic rock trio who have already supported the likes of Jimmy Eat World, Mallory Knox & Frank Iero, return with a brand new self-titled EP
Icelandic composer/performer known for his genre-crossing compositions blending classical, pop and ambient/electronica to create a unique musical language
Critically acclaimed folk-pop singer songwriter favoured by Radio 2 and described as “pitch-perfect acoustic pop” by The Independent
“Heavenly…like one-man Wild Beasts” – The Guardian
“Heartswelling acoustic dexterity and glittering electronics…irresistible” – NME Radar
Sheffield boy-girl duo return with what promises to be their career defining album – sweet harmonious hooks, rockabilly beats & exuberant yelps
Judith Owen’s latest album, Ebb & Flow, evokes the spirit of the halcyon days of the great 1970s troubadours.
Following tours with St Vincent & The Raveonettes “Their electro-garage-rock wall of sound imagines The Velvet Underground force-feeding hallucinogens to The Ronettes” – NME
Following the release of their debut album Be Slowly, Birmingham quartet JAWS announce their biggest hometown headline show to date.
Newcastle indie trio Little Comets announce a UK tour to coincide with the release of their much anticipated third album Hope Is Just A State Of Mind.
6 Music favourite BC Camplight releases his latest album ‘How To Die In The North’ next January and to celebrate he plays the Hare & Hounds.
“Blistering jazz drumming, tribal chanting & brutally rhythmic bass-lines…The most exciting live band in Britain” – The Line of Best Fit
The London/Hampshire indie quartet gained huge attention last March thanks to their debut single ‘Diamond Days’. They play The Sunflower Lounge this March
With three Irish double platinum records under their belts, recently relocated Dublin quartet return with their epic new album The Long Way
Lotte Mullan embarks on a solo acoustic UK tour next Spring, joined by fellow songstress Jazz Morley as special guest.
After support slots with Chvrches & The Twilight Sad, the Glasgow ‘post-electro’ trio play The Rainbow to mark the release of their new album ‘Lease of Life’
Inspired by the 90s hip-hop beats, the delicate pop of The XX, via the swelling orchestral arrangements of Bjork’s ‘Volta’: all held together by Fyfe’s near-falsetto vocal croon
New York noise purveyors A Place to Bury Strangers return with their fourth studio album Transfixiation and their always exhilarating chaotic live show
After announcing festival slots including Longitude, Reading & Leeds and Glastonbury, Bipolar Sunshine will once again make a hotly anticipated appearance at The Institute
Birmingham quartet play their biggest hometown headline show to date following the sold out NME New Breed Tour and the release of their debut album
Belgian indie-rock quintet return with their much-anticipated third album, the follow up 2012′s acclaimed effort ‘Rats’
Cheltenham sextet reveal their highly anticipated Radio 1 & XFM-approved debut album ‘Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow’ and their biggest UK headline tour to date
Skinny Lister return with their infectious and unique rum-soaked blend of English folk and punk rock anarchy and brand new album Down on Deptford Broadway
Much acclaimed Cardiff folk-rock duo announce a show at Birmingham’s The Rainbow to celebrate their forthcoming 2015 release
Welsh duo return with their intoxicating brand of alt folk