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Mrs Barbara Nice and Friends Podcast in Lockdown: You have a lot of catching up to do

Since the Beginning of Lockdown, the Mrs Barbara Nice and Friends Podcast has been releasing episodes almost DAILY to help her fans fight off isolation gloom. Each episode of the podcast features not only Barbara but an entertaining and oft-times hilarious chat with a wide range of guests. From comedians such as Jenny Eclair, Mark […]

LISTEN AGAIN AND AHEAD: xChange Festival Feminist Playlist show

Many things have happened since part 1 of the xChange Festival Feminist Playlist. We’ve celebrated the International Women’s Day, attended events of the xChange Festival and, as we all know, entered an unprecedented time. As the show involves contributors joining Asya Draganova and Maggie Urbaniec live in the studio, it would be irresponsible to put […]

Video Premiere! Fever by Argle Bargle

Brum Radio is proud to premiere Argle Bargle’s video for their new single, “Fever‘ The Selly Oak jazz-fusion nine-piece are a band in a hurry. Having ended 2019 with the release of their first single No I Can’t Help You Anymore they are starting 2020 with a brand new release, Fever. Watch the new video: […]

FABRIK – PREMIER NEW VIDEO ‘MURMURATION’ (FLAMINGO FLAME REMIX)

Birmingham bands FABRIK and FLAMINGO FLAME come together on FABRIK’s upcoming release ‘Murmuration’. Taken from FABRIK’s debut album, ‘City Islands‘, the track will be released on 14th January 2019 as a three-track single featuring the band’s original album version, a live acoustic version and the stunning 80’s infused remix by Flamingo Flame. The remix is […]

I found out the age of The Cosmics! (and much more…)

Photography by Nina Semple 21/06/2018 Nina Semple got the chance to interview The Cosmics for Brum Radio before their first gig at the Birmingham O2 Academy supporting Starcrawler this month. They chatted about the importance of hard-work, how their influences have changed, what cool things they have coming up, and most importantly their embarrassing stories. […]