Tags : b-town

Once upon a time in the Madlands

Remember Birmingham? For a few years, it had a Katrina-style slump into indie indifference, but after lying fallow for so long the Second City is pissing directly into the faces of every London-loving poseur and every Mancker. Birmingham is back. However, it’s repackaged into the Madlands, a name we can all depend upon.Read More

Things To Do In Digbeth When You’re Dead: Rebeautifying B-Town

When Birmingham last enjoyed a cultural cacophony, thanks to the rhythmic renaissance of Peace, Swim Deep and Superfood, it wasn’t entirely to the enhancement of the city – for as good as those bands’ Britpop-enthused haze was, they mainly dealt with escapism, the dream to disappear from the drudgery of Digbeth and bound down to […]Read More

Single Review: What We Haven’t Got Yet // Jaws

The second taster from Jaws’ new heavier style, ‘What We Haven’t Got Yet’ provides plenty of reason to believe that their second album will not disappoint fans. The Birmingham group recently became a three-piece, as it was announced that bassist Jake Cooper would be leaving the band for personal reasons. Having just announced a new […]Read More