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Weekly Gig Roundup 25th November – 1st December

November 25, 2013 in News

MONDAY 25TH

Start off your week at the Hare & Hounds on Monday when The Monster NME Radar Tour calls into town. Showcasing the best in up and coming national talent including New York punk quintet, Cerebral Ballzy; Glasgow’s rock and soul, The Amazing Snakeheads; South London 60s psych six-piece, Fat White Family; and the Black Country’s own, Victor, this promises to be a completely frenetic evening. Tickets are priced at £8 advance and are available over on the event page.

Listen to ‘Don’t Tell Me What To Do’ by Cerebral Ballzy below:

 

THURSDAY 28TH

Jump forward to Thursday and classic folk trio, 3 Daft Monkeys, who weave world music into the sounds they create, play the Hare & Hounds for the price of £10 advance. With support from Johnny Kowalski & the Sexy Weirdos  you can find out everything you need to know over on the event page.

Listen to ‘Paranoid Big Brother’ by 3 Daft Monkeys below:

 

FRIDAY 29TH

On Friday, we welcome local guitar pop quintet, Drakelow, to the stage at The Victoria on John Bright Street. Celebrating the release of their new single, Amber, expect melodies and hooks which will stay with you for days. Support comes courtesy of Only Shadows and Mutes – find out further information on all the acts and pick up your tickets for £5 advance from the event page.

Listen to ‘Be Still’ by Only Shadows below:

 

SATURDAY 30TH

On Saturday, we present local outfit Cold Ocean Lies’ first ever show at The Sunflower Lounge. Drawing inspiration from the wealth of talent that the city has spawned over the past year, the band promise en exciting selection of songs including the demos they have just finished recording. Support comes from energetic midlands five-piece, Mr George’s Famous Last Words. Tickets for the event are priced at £6 on the door – find out more, here.

Listen to ‘The Game’ by Cold Ocean Lies below:

 

Alternatively, exciting live act Crystal Fighters play live at The Institute in Digbeth for the price of £10 advance. They’re joined by Roosevelt and The Grafham Water Sailing Club – find out more here and don’t forget to RSVP to the Facebook Event!

Listen to ‘LA Calling’ by Crystal Fighters below:

 

SUNDAY 1ST

Round off your week at the Sunday Social which this week features performances from blues pop fusion artist, Nina Baker; soulful songwriter, Guy Jones; Birmingham singer songwriter, Demi Marriner and young piano-based artist, Emily Ewing. This event at The Yardbird is, as ever, completely free – warm your cockles and join us for what promises to be a beautifully intimate affair. Find out more about all of the artists, here.

Weekly Gig Roundup 7th-13th October

October 7, 2013 in News

Take a scroll through what Birmingham Promoters has on offer for you this week….

 

TUESDAY 8TH

On Tuesday, head to the Hare & Hounds in Kings Heath for the beautiful vocals of Nadine Shah. Influenced by Nina Simone and Maria Callas by way of Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, you can expect a powerful and poignant evening indeed. Nadine calls into Birmingham as part of her extensive UK tour on which she is supported by London electro mood duo, Cloud Boat & Malpas. Tickets for this event are priced at £6 advance and you can purchase them over on the event page.

Listen to ‘Dreary Town’ by Nadine Shah below:

 

WEDNESDAY 9TH

There’s a night of noise and rock to be had over at The Flapper on Wednesday when Cambridgeshire five-piece The First call into the second city. Having toured the UK and Europe for the last year and a half in support of their debut release, Swimming with Sharks, the boys return this year with the best of their second record, Take Courage. Support comes from the Led Zeppelin and Foo Fighters-influenced The Crimson Star plus powerhouse trio, Enquiry. Tickets for this event are priced at £6 advance and can be found, along with further information about the acts, over on the event page. Don’t forget to RSVP to the Facebook Event!

 

THURSDAY 10TH

Then, on Thursday, laptop assisted indie pop solo artist, Active Child, arrives at the Hare & Hounds. Expect sounds from Bon Iver to James Blake to Radiohead from the incredibly talented Pat Grossi who is an old hand at touring. With special guests to be announced, this show is priced at £7 advance and tickets can be purchased over on the event page.

Listen to ‘Evening Ceremony’ by Active Child below:

 

FRIDAY 11TH

It’s a busy day for Birmingham Promoters on Friday 11th when we orchestrate four shows encompassing an array of musical genres across the city.

If you’re into your garage rock and roll (and you respect the opinions of Jack White, Mick Jones, and Nick Lowe, all of whom count themselves amongst fans), The Jim Jones Revue and The Amazing Snakeheads play live at The Institute for the price of £12.50 advance. Check out music by both bands over on the event page.

Listen to ‘It’s Gotta Be About Me’ by The Jim Jones Revue below:

 

If you’re more inclined towards fresh electronica, then Berlin-based producer Seams plays The Bull’s Head in Moseley. Having toured with the likes of Gold Panda, Dam Mantle and I Break Horses amongst others, Seams has just signed to London label Full Time Hobby through whom he released his debut album, Quarters. With support from Prisms, Component #4 and James Brough, join Birmingham Promoters and Freestyle for a night of forward thinking electronica. Tickets for this event are priced at £4 advance and can be purchased from the event page.

Listen to Seams’ track ‘Rilo’ below:

 

Alternatively, ‘drunk folk singer, barefoot troubadour and cult legend’ Beans on Toast plays a set at The Rainbow which will encompass the best of his four album back catalogue. With support from London’s Gorgeous George, and the West Midlands’ David Young, join this musical jamboree for the price of just £6 advance – collect your tickets from the event page.

Listen to ‘Wave Goodbye to EMI’ by Beans on Toast below:

 

Or for your grunge fix, The Victoria hosts a night of local up and coming talent with Endorphins and Curb. Both young bands, these are completely explosive and come highly recommended. £5 tickets are available on the door. All further information is available over on the official event page.

Check out the delightfully titled ‘Blow Me’ by Endorphins below:

 

SUNDAY 13TH

Round off your week on Sunday with our Sunday Social event at The Yardbird. This week we welcome the rather excellent Ethan Ash back to Birmingham, following his amazing Glee Club performance last September. Support comes from Emily Ewing, Carrick and Daniel Gates, and entry is completely free! Find out more about all of this week’s acts over on the event page.

Listen to ‘Don’t Regret Me’ by Ethan Ash below: