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The next Discover New Music event is Bring To Light 25-27 October – a Supersonic Festival inspired weekend featuring adventurous new music.
Friday’s programme will see performances in the industrial space of the Rainbow Warehouse in Digbeth, for the rest of the weekend dynamic new music will invade the new Library of Birmingham.
Hordes feature members of Mistress, Bargepole, I Am Colossus and Anaal Nathrakh
Friday 25th October / 8pm-late/ Rainbow Warehouse, Digbeth
Shangaan Electro + Dinos Chapman + Sleaford Mods + Deafheaven + Hordes
Also on Friday, Shangaan Electro will lead FREE dance workshops, giving people of all ages and abilities the chance to learn the wildest Shangaan dance moves step by step.
Two workshops will take at place 1pm and 3pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in taking part.
Kogumaza – essential for fans of Lungfish, Bardo Pond
Saturday 26th October / 3pm – midnight /Library of Birmingham
Kogumaza + Josephine Foster + Robedoor + High Wolf + Richard Dawson + Grumbling Fur
Kids Gig – 2pm at the Symphony Hall – Free
This free event is aimed at the under 7s and features the inimitable Richard Dawson. Symphony Hall is situated very near to the Library of Birmingham, in Chamberlain Square. No need to book, just drop in.
Shangaan Electro – 3pm Amphitheatre Library of Birmingham – Free
A free outdoor performance by Shangaan Electro, the high-speed dance phenomenon from South Africa.
Masaki Batoh will be demonstrating his brain pulse music
Sunday 27th October / 2pm – 11pm / Library of Birmingham
Evil Blizzard + Clipping + Masaki Batoh + Sarah Angliss + Laurence Hunt + Delia Darlings
Sunday will begin with a series of events celebrating the pioneering composer Delia Derbyshire, including a screening of the award winning documentary ‘The Delian Mode’.
Weekend and day tickets are available via www.theticketsellers.co.uk