Well we are now one years old. And what a great day of celebration it was for all who came down. All I can say is the next birthday will have to be just as good.
So for those who are friends with us on Facebook you will have received the recent message about the Not Cool + The Heebie Jeebies show may be are very last in the city were it all started 'Wolverhampton'. This is indeed true,we are re-locating most of are show's to Birmingham.But a massive thank you to all the Black country heads who came to our show's and made them all rad.We will do some show's in Wolverhampton again maybe later in the year. It's just right now alot of act's we are booking are playing Birmingham. But keep an eye out for 'It's Christmas,like Noddy Holder sings special',will have some rad local act's for that one and loads of free mulled wine again.
So all come to Alchemy Bar on 30th Aug and cure that bank holiday hang-over with more cheap beer and rad music.We also have young stud's from New Young Blood playing tunes for us.
Facebook event page HERE
NOT COOL (SLEEP ALL DAY/PARADISE VENDERS RECORDS)
THE HEEBIE JEEBIES (EVERYTHING ON TOAST)
With support from
Moondad + New Young Blood
£4 adv E Ticket via We Got Tickets.com or £6 on the door
The next few moths are simply amazing and we have some fantastic show's taking place in Birmingham at different venues around the city centre.
Here is a list of the show's
14th SEP at SOUND BAR BIRMINGHAM
OUT OF STEP+IT'S JUST NOISE+BELLY KIDS PRESENT
£5 ADV AND £7 ON DOOR
SHEARING PINX (Not Not Fun)
BITCHES (Deathbomb Arc)
2nd OCT ISLAND BAR BIRMINGHAM £5 ADV £7 ON DOOR
Be on TV for this one we have the knocking shop filming Graham Gadget's DJ skills
GRASS WIDOW (USA) (KILL ROCK STARS)
TRASH KIT (UPSET THE RYTHEM)
CHAPTER SWEETHEART (Sweat Shop)
25th OCT THE VICTORIA BIRMINGHAM* £5 ADV AND £7 ON DOOR
Gun Outfit (USA) (PPM RECORDS)
Also we hope to have zine *4 done in the next few week's and if you have not seen it already on James Nash's blog , Nash has done a great little comic on the recent Bardens Boudoir closing down in Dalston London and will be in the zine.Also the zine will feature a great q and a with Upset the rhythm creator Chris Tipton and also an article by Andrew Hall on Holy Roar's main man Alex Fitzpactrick.
Here it is click to zoom
More on Nash - Flicker page