Two singer/songwriters brought genuine country to Saturn’s space-age stage.
On 11/11, two Tokyo-based bands brought experimental krautrock and mad psychedelia to Saturn Birmingham. Those that braved the cold weather were duly rewarded.
On October 19, 2016, Chris Porter died in a van crash on his way to a show. One year later, his LP has been released: Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You.
Recoil’s tales of love, loss, faith, and betrayal all draw from Mayfield’s personal experiences, and the sincerity behind his performance is hard to deny.
This February, Steel City Jug Slammers songwriter Ramblin’ Ricky Tate has released his second solo EP. It’s a collection of folksy, bare-bones tunes rattling with wit, charm, and humor.
A week later, let’s look back at the diverse and dynamic music discovery festival, Secret Stages.
Now that the ears have stopped ringing, let’s take a look back at the highlights from Secret Stages 2015.
Touring rockers Ivan & Alyosha graced the Saturn stage this month, along with the mustachioed Kris Orlowski. Their Birmingham excursion is chronicled here.
Sylvan Esso’s recent show at WorkPlay gave Birmingham a taste of electronic dance beats and melodic vocals, something we can expect more of very soon.
This month, Sound & Page celebrated its grand re-opening with the music of Penny and Sparrow. The listening room was filled to capacity for a night of soulful harmony.