Birmingham production duo drop club cut Elasticity.
Live music in Birmingham to receive just 2% of Cultural Recovery Fund.
Report suggests post-Brexit drop in music tourism could significantly harm the regional economy.
Stephen Pennell checks out the opposition at the Hare & Hounds.
Anniversary of Fab Four appearance to be marked.
Dave Woodhall watches a local band play a low-key pub gig.
Talking with The South vocalist Alison Wheeler.
Rolling Stones autographs unearthed from Ritz Ballroom gig in time for anniversary celebration.
Best of British to be staged across the city.
Tribute act to recreate the glory years of Beatlemania.
Former Kinks member John Dalton talks to Dave Woodhall.
Because groups of guitars are on the way out.
City-wide project announces 24 community groups.
A word or two with award-winning singer Zara McFarlane.
Community Interest Company created to stage events for all to enjoy.
Day-long event to mark anniversary of legendary concert.
Electro, dance, hip hop and all that jazz.
Award-winning funny man aims to teach budding comics.
Top acts at a top venue.
Stephen Pennell sees further evidence of Birmingham’s musical talent, times two.
It was fifty years ago today, trumpets Richard Lutz, as he re-lives that great album.
Stephen Pennell goes to a special party.
Local singer on the bill for triple extravaganza.
Rare UK dates at Match&Fuse.
Brooklyn’s Hypnotic Brass Ensemble were in town once again, and so was Martin Longley.
Stereolab’s Tim Gane is now fully-throbbing inside his Anti-Matter Cavern. Martin Longley lowers himself into the pulse-field.
Martin Longley quaffs a pint of laced maple syrup in Kings Heath.
Landmark Kings Heath gig to be commemorated.
Week-long series of events aim to break the last taboo.
Mazzy Snape with news of a new radio station for Birmingham.