Dream pop duo They Come For You In The Night release new EP, an exploration into other dimensions through pop and synth wave. Continue reading Dream pop duo They Come For You In The Night release new EP.
By Reenie Dogface On June 10th, 2019. It’s not often that you get the opportunity to see live a band that shaped so much of who you are as a person, from your appearance to your musical tastes. None have … Continue reading Feminists to the front! Bikini Kill at O2 Academy Brixton
Baltimore’s Snail Mail returns to The Hare and Hounds after eight months with a tightly knit set of favourites. Continue reading Review: Bedroom indie artist Snail Mail returns to Birmingham
Words by Sophie Hack. Paying homage to the glam era of 70s and 80s rock and roll, Ex Hex have the effortless cool persona akin to West Coast rock, despite hailing from Washington D.C. On tour with their third album … Continue reading Review: Ex Hex bring gritty glam rock to Birmingham
Words by Lauren Morton. Slag Mag caught The Guilty Feminist Live at Birmingham’s very own Symphony Hall. Known for starting every episode with the line “I’m a feminist but…”, the podcast discusses issues that ‘all 21st Century feminists agree on’. … Continue reading Review: The Guilty Feminist Live
Words & images by Emelia Eagles Selextorhood is a monthly female only DJ workshop founded by Birmingham based DJ and forward-thinker Holly Hollister. Holly Hollister with a selextor Since being allowed out the house without chaperones and iron clad chastity … Continue reading Selextorhood and the Curious World of the Female DJ