Plenty of Brum Radio favourites out in force this week. Here's a few pf our top picks...


Superfood @ Mama Roux's

They released their 2nd album "Bambino" last month and now they play an intimate gig in one Brum's up-and-coming venues, Mama Roux's in the heart of Digbeth. With a packed local lineup including Ivory Wave and Spilt Milk Society, this should be a cracker!

Who? Superfood + Ivory Wave & Spilt Milk Society

Genre? Indie-pop

Where? Mama Roux's, Digbeth

When? Weds 11th Oct

How Much? £10+bf. tickets available here.

MeMe Detroit @ O2 Academy

You may already have gotten to know MeMe Detroit from her various appearances at Brum Radio. But now is your chance to get a little more intimate with her band in the ear department (bit weird). They headline a show at O2 Academy and it should be lovely and raucous. Enjoy this one.

Who? MeMe Detroit + support

Genre? Rock!

Where? O2 Academy, Birmingham

When? Fri 6th Oct

How much? £7+bf. Tickets available here.

Dan Whitehouse @ MAC

Dan Whitehouse is one of Birmingham's most treasured singer-songwriters and his gig at the MAC kicks off a nationwide, co-headline tour with Jess Morgan.

Who? Dan Whitehouse & Jess Morgan

Genre? Folk

Where? MAC, Birmingham

When? Fri 6th Oct, 8.30pm

How much? £12. Tickets available here.

Rhino & The Ranters @ Hare & Hounds

Hold on to your hats, cos the Ranters are BACK! Yes, Birmingham's prime cow-punk outfit return for a night of high-octane Gothic, gospel-blues. With an all local support slot, try not to miss this.

Who? Rhino & The Ranters + Layla Tutt & The Good Water

Genre? Cow-punk, Folk, Gospel, Blues, Indie, Rock n Roll

Where? Hare & Hounds, Kings Heath

When? Sat 7th Oct, 8pm

How much? £8+bf. Tickets available here.

And if you can't make those, how about this...?

The Mourning Suns @ The Dark Horse

The Mourning Suns are a six piece Birmingham Rock Band, lead by the unique voice of frontwoman Rosemary Wilkes and wily folk inspired finger-picking style of guitarist Anthony Williams. Along with the close female and male harmonies of Wilkes and Williams, the band’s stunning sound continues to impress; the gorgeous interweaving viola of Lizze Chan-Foxley; crunching guitar noise and virtuosic blues solos from Allan Young; and fierce heartbeat from bassist Ash Withey and drummer Ric Yarborough.

Who? The Mourning Suns + Venkman

Genre? Jazz, Folk, Indie, Psych

Where? The Dark Horse, Moseley

When? Fri 6th Oct, 9pm

How much? FREEEEEEE!

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Pete Steel

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