Gig: Pnkslm Records Takeover at The Dark Horse
It’s all getting a bit Swedish in Moseley Wednesday night with Stockholm based record label Pnkslm, and Killer Wave, showcasing two bands. Headlining are Boys, Nora Karlsson’s solo project, new album Rest in Peace has just been released and is a beautiful symphony of pop melancholy. Liverpool garage rockers Beach Skulls complete the bill.
Wed 23 May 8pm at The Dark Horse, 145 Alcester Rd, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8JP www.facebook.com
Comedy: Ian Cognito at Patrick Kavanagh
His caustic humour and confrontational attitude have limited Ian Cognito’s exposure to a wider audience, but once experienced his challenging comedy is not easily forgotten. In the cosy Patrick Kavanagh Cognito’s volatile mix of Bill Hicks and Lenny Bruce will take the roof off and possibly strip the paint off the walls.
Wed 23 May 8pm at Patrick Kavanagh, Woodbridge Road, Moseley B13 8EH weebly.com/
Food/Club: Ollie Lloyd at Cafe Colette Sundown Club
Local vinyl legend Ollie Lloyd is very kindly sharing picks from his extensive record collection to complement another evening of gourmet street food eating at Cafe Colette’s funkily retro Sundown Club all powered by the gastro bods from Digbeth Dining Club.
Thu 24 May 4pm at Cafe Colette, Lower Trinity St, Birmingham B9 4AG www.facebook.com
Gig: Cedar Sessions at 1000 Trades
The Cedar Sessions continue to curate the best of Birmingham’s emerging music scene with exciting trio Odmansbox headlining tonight’s event. The eclectic art rockers have just completed their debut EP, which is due for release in July, and are a raucously eccentric joy live.
Thu 24 May 7.45pm at 1000 Trades, 16 Frederick St, Birmingham B1 3HE www.facebook.com
Gig: Antelope at The Dark Horse
Birmingham’s own modern soul engineers Antelope bring their unique brassy vibes to Moseley to get your weekend started in a blast of 21st century funk sophistication.
Fri 25 May 9pm at The Dark Horse, 145 Alcester Rd, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP www.facebook.com
Published on: Fri 20 Apr 2018