Month: August 2010

Brumcast's Supersonic Festival Podcasts

Little Chris is pulling together a series of three podcasts of music from the Supersonic festival — that's taking place at The Custard Factory, Digbeth, Birmingham 22-24 Oct. [link]

Smileymic Live Filming – Your Invitation

A Press Release we can’t be bothered to rewrite, but that might interest you: We would like to invite you to Smileymics live set at The Free Love Club, The Yardbird,  Birmingham on 5th September 2010 from 6.30pm – 10pm.…

Camp as a row of metal

While researching something else, here’s some stuff I found of Brum’s own scalextric Camp Hill Flyover: A photo by Phyllis Nicklin: And a bus-driver’s eye-view of a trip out of town on the 37. mmmm, short-term nostalgia.

Cum Clubbing: “ For one night only VIVID hosts an art…

from Brumblr, the scrapbook of Brum web ephemera: Cum Clubbing: “ For one night only VIVID hosts an art party inspired by the colourful club nights of Birmingham’s underground scenes in the 1980s. VIVID’s project space will be taken over…

King of Kong

A local, erm, enthusiast is campaigning for the King King statue late of the Bull Ring Markets (and some car place, and Dudley Zoo apparently) to be returned to tower over Brum. That’s despite him saying: “apparently poor old King…