Boat To Row The Castle and Falcon is undergoing something of a renaissance within the Birmingham music scene. Its industrial brick walled cavern of a gig room has played host to artists such as Cloud Nothings, Boy Azooga, Deap Vally and Yak, in the past year alone. The thought of heading down for my latest fix of music in one of Birmingham’s more intriguing venues really pulls me through an arduous day of work. Boat To Row will headline proceedings, with the undercard being Katherine Priddy and Faux Palms. I must say, I've not seen any of them live before but let’s see what I’m in for.


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Sam Fender There are few artists nowadays that truly captivate me and sound completely 'fresh' to my ears, Newcastle born Sam Fender however is one of those. I was lucky enough to see the shields songwriter this summer at Y Not festival and was immediately struck by the power of his voice, the unity of his band and how different his music was to the usual 'trendy' songwriter or indie styles around at the moment. He is currently on an EU and UK tour in support of his debut up 'Dead Boys' which is to be released on the 20th November. I was lucky enough to catch him at Birmingham's Castle and Falcon.


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