Greg Woodin, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Greg Woodin
Studying MA by Research English Language and Applied Linguistics

Live Review: Carnival Magnifico

Music Critic Greg Woodin reviews Carnival Magnifico 2018 at the newly opened B5 Arena

Posted on 20th June 2018

Preview: Carnival Magnifico 2018

Carnival Magnifico is returning to Birmingham for the next chapter in their succession of summer fiestas, one which has every right to be as enchanting as any of its predecessors

Posted on 23rd May 2018

Redbrick’s Festival Guide 2018

Redbrick Music is back with its comprehensive, month-by-month walk-through of all the biggest festivals coming this summer across the UK and the continent

Posted on 19th March 2018

Live Review: Jhene Aiko

Greg Woodin finds Jhene Aiko's Institute headline slot psychedelic and intense despite moments of boredom

Posted on 11th February 2018

Live Review: Carnival Magnifico – Winter Edition

Carnival Magnifico's new venue loses none of the notorious event's extravagance, earning a warm review from Greg Woodin

Posted on 1st February 2018

Preview: Carnival Magnifico – Winter Edition

Greg Woodin previews the next Carnival Magnifico event, coming to Birmingham's Boxxed on January 26th

Posted on 20th January 2018

Redbrick’s Albums of 2017

Redbrick Music takes a look back at the best albums of 2017.

Posted on 12th January 2018

Single Review: Kendrick Lamar & SZA – All The Stars

Kendrick Lamar & SZA's collaborative track sounds great on paper, but offers the best qualities of neither artist, says Greg Woodin

Posted on 11th January 2018

Live Review: DJ Artwork

After an exceptional festival set over the summer, Greg Woodin is slightly underwhelmed by DJ Artwork's Hare and Hounds gig

Posted on 17th November 2017

How To Do Halloween In Birmingham

As Halloween approaches, Redbrick Music previews some of our city's spookiest nights

Posted on 23rd October 2017

Soundtrack of the Summer

Our Redbrick writers tell us which albums, singles and artists shaped their summer

Posted on 13th October 2017

The Musical Guide to Birmingham

Whether you're into cheesy bangers, warehouse raves or the thrill of live performance, we're on hand to highlight the best of Brum

Posted on 22nd September 2017