Johnny Foreigner + Papayer + The Blue Period

Seeing Your Scene + Coffee Beat – DIY Nottingham + Collective Midlands present….. Johnny Foreigner – Yep, we’ve got everyone’s favourite brummies, JoFo, back at JT Soar for one of the smallest shows you’ll be able to catch em at these days! It’s gonna be so cool, make sure you come and check em out before […]

Band Interview: Home Schooled

There are a few incredibly pressing questions: Do all good things have to come to an end? And, is it really cooler to burn out as opposed to fading away? Or is it even cooler to say you’re going to break up just as you release new music and then change your mind in order […]

Live Review: The Skints (Birmingham, 18/04/15)

By the time The Skints took the stage on Saturday night, Birmingham’s Institute was absolutely packed full and almost overflowing. The far too small Library room quickly became a sweatbox – even before the band had started playing, with the bars becoming overcrowded and annoyingly understaffed. Eventually The Skints took to the stage and were […]

Looking back at 2014… with Laughing in the Face Of

We had a chat with Steve (vocals/guitar) from Birmingham’s melodic hardcore Laughing in the Face Of about the band’s 2014! This is ahead of our show with the band, as well as Guerrilla Monsoon, Mixtape Saints and The Real Quaid in Birmingham this Thursday! How was 2014 for you? It’s been pretty a good year for […]

Looking back at 2014… with Magpies and Vagabonds

It’s been a big year for Birmingham’s Magpies and Vagabonds! They released their amazing EP Giver earlier in the year, and have just followed it up with new single “Start of a Century”. Dan (vocals/guitar) told us all about his year… How was 2014 for you? I felt myself grow noticeably older and more out of touch […]