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    New Venue: The Mill

    Music Editor Letty Gardner discusses the opening of The Mill, and its importance for Birmingham's nightlife culture

    Written by Letty Gardner on 31st October 2018


    Redbrick Meets: Black Honey

    Redbrick's Laura Mosley scores an extensive, in-depth interview with Black Honey lead singer, Izzy B. Phillips, discussing everything from Tarantino to female empowerment

    Written by Laura Mosley on 29th October 2018


    Spotlight On: Kojey Radical

    Kieren Williams introduces artistic all-rounder Kojey Radical explaining his unique style and extensive appeal

    Written by Kieren Williams on 26th October 2018


    Empress Of is Going to Blow You Away

    Within the porous boundaries of contemporary pop music, the raw power of Empress Of has the potential for world domination, writes Print Editor Thom Dent

    Written by Thom Dent on 1st October 2018


    Spotlight On: Steve Lacy

    Redbrick's Kieren Williams attempts to catch us up with the sky-rocketing career of Steve Lacy

    Written by Kieren Williams on 22nd September 2018


    Festival Review: Beat-Herder

    Marianne Holt reviews Lancashire's exciting and ever-surprising Beat-Herder festival

    Written by Marianne Holt on 16th September 2018


    Obituary: Mac Miller

    Following the death of 26-year-old rapper, singer and producer Mac Miller, Redbrick's Kieren Williams explains why this is such a huge loss, both personally and to the music industry

    Written by Kieren Williams on 13th September 2018


    Festival Review: 2000 Trees

    Attracting dedicated fans year after year, Naomi Penn praises a showcase of authenticity and eclectic performances at 2000 Trees

    Written by Naomi Penn on 11th September 2018


    Art vs. The Artist: Is It Okay To Celebrate The Work Of Bad People?

    As the shocking death of rapper XXXTentacion still publicly resonates, Kieren Williams explores the indeterminate morality of separating music from a problematic musician

    Written by Kieren Williams on 5th August 2018


    Top Picks: The Warehouse Project 2018 Line-up

    With so many Warehouse Project events to chose from, Deputy Editor Issy Campbell gives you a low down of the ones not to miss

    Written by Issy Campbell on 26th July 2018


    The English Football Team Have Rediscovered Their Power, And I Have Rediscovered The Power of Atomic Kitten

    In the midst of World Cup madness one noughties girl group has worked its way back into our hearts, Ben Johns writes

    Written by Ben Johns on 20th July 2018


    Greatest Hits: Liv Francis-Pape

    Liv Francis-Pape talks us through the five tracks that have shaped her music life

    Written by Liv Francis-Pape on 5th July 2018
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