Low Red Moon played the last Slag Mag event before lockdown for International Women’s Day 2019 and absolutely brought the house down with their catchy hooks and warm uplifting energy. Led by the upbeat, enigmatic and passionate front-woman Kaytee Thomson-DeWolfe, … Continue reading Low Red Moon launch new album with headline show at The Night Owl This Friday!
Rosie Tee is Birmingham’s answer to Bjork, an avant-pop composer-performer with a taste for jazz, psych, and atmospheric electronica. Her 2019 release, Chambers, was described as “poised and elegant” by Tom Robinson and had several national airplays on BBC Radio … Continue reading Rosie Tee talks songwriting and sea monsters ahead of International Women’s Day gig
On Sunday 31st October, the babes at Huns Net have teamed up with the team at All Bar One, Brindley Place to bring us The Drag Bottomless Brunch! Expect 2.5 hours of fun filled with Drag Cabaret, DJ’s playing nostalgic … Continue reading Halloween Hun?
Flatpack Festival is returning to screens across Birmingham from 23-26th September with a programme of audiovisual treats. Continue reading Flatpack Festival returns to Birmingham Venues this September
Along with her fifth album ‘All Mirrors’, Missouri songwriter and the epitome of dark pop Angel Olsen has added more dates to her extensive tour of the US and Europe. One of the smallest venues on her tour, Angel Olsen … Continue reading Angel Olsen brings new album ‘All Mirrors’ to intimate Birmingham gig
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Words by Lauren Morton. This weekend Slag Mag were lucky enough to catch actress and illustrator Jessie Cave’s sold-out show at Birmingham Hippodrome’s Patrick Centre. Greeted by an embroidered backdrop of the sun, lovingly handmade by her mum, the audience … Continue reading Review: Jessie Cave at Birmingham Hippodrome