This time around on SheBeat Meets, Brum Radio’s favourite singer-songwriter showcase, is Eloise Fabbri. A sassy singer-songwriter, originally from Guernsey, Eloise came to the Midlands via Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. There she trained in a classical space, then moved into teaching, before just this year finding her own, more jazzy voice. With influences ranging from Erika Badu, Italian pop rock and Kojey Radical, this songwriter loves lyrics with depth and sass, which you can hear in her own tracks. Eloise started working on her own tracks earlier this year, and is hoping to publish her first EP in 2020, we heard … Continue reading SheBeat Meets… Eloise Fabbri
Floating somewhere between an indie ballad and wintery folk number, newcomer Village Bully has resurrected the romance in Birmingham’s music. Soft and mesmerising, her new single ‘Lift’ released on Sunday, November 10th is a tender ode to someone sentimental, a … Continue reading Listen: Village Bully debuts new wintery track ‘Lift’
A household name, but an alternate reality. Charli XCX is caught in the crosshairs of being the alt-pop star, the chart topping songstress, the LGBT+ icon and the human being. It’s a battle she’s yet to conquer. Along with the … Continue reading Review: Crossroads and controversy is championed by Charli XCX
“But when is International Men’s Day?” If that sentence induced an eye-roll, you’ve probably only seen it in the context of the ‘Meninists’ (remember them?) or from people taking a jab at anyone forming an opinion on gender equality. Well, … Continue reading Slag Mag takes on International Men’s Day
By Hayley James Billy Nomates is a one woman tour de force, bringing her own brand of post punk out of the greenery of rural Leicestershire, using just her laptop and microphones, and occasional guest appearances from fellow musician pals. … Continue reading Review: Billy Nomates Spits Home Truths on ‘No’
Celebrating the talent of wxmen in the music industry, Boudica festival returns for its third year. Taking place on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th October in Coventry’s Herbert Art Museum and Gallery, Boudica is a selection of specially curated live … Continue reading Tusks, Virginia Wing, Los Bitchos & more to play Coventry’s Boudica Festival
Local Birmingham illustrator Old Bort is celebrating the amazing art of Birmingham with the first ever Sticker Clubhouse at Birmingham’s School of Art this September. The Sticker Clubhouse is part of Birmingham School of Art’s Night School and takes place … Continue reading The first ever Sticker Clubhouse is almost here!
On Sunday, September 14th, friends of Slag Mag and allies in the Birmingham music scene are hosting a charity fundraiser in tribute to a beloved friend of Birmingham. On Tuesday, September 3rd, Holly Plant lost her battle with cancer. She … Continue reading Charity Fundraiser brings Birmingham allies together in tribute
By Niamh Moran After a short time away Slag Mag returned with issue 2 on Thursday, August 29th, showcasing the baddest bitches in Birmingham’s art and music scene, getting you the inside scoop on the struggles of the industry and … Continue reading Review: Slag Mag Issue 2 Launch Party
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.