Love What Survives is the third studio album from Mount Kimbie; a melodic yet robust electronic record and a distillation of their career to date, mixing multiple singing voices and musical personalities, flirting with freeform experimentation, pop tropes and an expansive sonic palette.To celebrate the start of a full UK and European tour, Mount Kimbie have enlisted friend and support act Kelly Lee Owens to rework their current single You Look Certain [I'm Not So Sure]. 

Following the release of his critically acclaimed new album ‘Woodland Echoes’ that entered at No. 4 in the independent album charts, Nick Heyward has announced a UK tour for 2018. The tour takes in 13 dates starting on 24th May at the Brighton Concorde and culminating on 6th July at Milton Keynes The Stables.  Nick is set to release a new single, ‘Perfect Sunday Sun’, on 17th November again via his own label Gladsome Hawk.

A charity comedy show organised by The Glee Club has raised £7,000 for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity. The performance, which took place last night (Wednesday 25 October 2017) at the city centre venue saw rising Brum comedy hero Joe Lycett and Britain's Got Talent finalist Daliso Chaponda appear in front of a capacity crowd. They were joined by Newcastle’s Rahul Kohli and Comedy Carousel host Andy Robinson, as MC.

After the blistering success of the 3 inaugural outdoor events which saw The Specials and Toots & The Maytals play on the same stage for the very first time, those behind Slam Dunk Festival are back once again to deliver another iconic run of shows.

Award-winning connoisseur of fine Indian dining, Itihaas Restaurant, is celebrating a match made in heaven with stunning and historical wedding venue, Stanbrook Abbey. Based in the heart of Birmingham, Itihaas is one of the most established Indian restaurants in the UK. Its cuisine is inspired by the Mughul Era, when Indian dining was imperial and extravagant, which lends itself well to the wedding business and is integral to both the food served and decoration provided at its show-stopping events. 

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