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Promoter Focus: This Is Tmrw

We take scope at This Is Tmrw's sizzling programme of cutting edge artists set for Birmingham in the upcoming months.

Ben Smith

Last updated: 11th Aug 2015

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This Is Tmrw have firmly established themselves as Birmingham's go to institution for fast emerging live and club music, giving the city's discerning music heads plenty of artists to feast upon. 

To give you a greater sense of their operation, we've honed in on the brand's upcoming pool of carefully curated shows and compiled them into a comprehensive run down. 

An opening run at Hare and Hounds sees Canadian art-rockers Ought hit the ground running on 3rd September, Outfit plug some chill wave on the 10th, and LA punk rockers Girlpool rubber stamp two consecutive days of crisp gigging on the 11th.  

Manchester four-piece PINS cut the same space with some moody-pop on the 22nd, alt-rockers Surfer Blood drop by with latest album 1000 Palms on the 24th, and Kid Wave flick through some breezy numbers like 'Honey' (above) on 30th September

Stepping into October, This Is Tmrw team up with Lunar Festival to present Jane Weaver on Friday 2nd October. That same night Erol Alkan slaloms electronic landscapes in an alternative room to introduce a club dynamic.  

Lonelady maps the first steps into The Rainbow Venues courtyard on Thursday 8th October (listen to 'Groove It Out' below) and Mild High Club resonates the sound of the sixties on the 21st back at Hare and Hounds

All Years Leaving festival stretches over two days to bring a day headed by gloomy-psych trio The Wytches and 90's indie tinged outfit Speedy Ortiz on Friday 23rd October.

A return the following day (24th) will match you with a screen of electronic ambience cast by East India Youth, the soothing sonance of MONEY and a troop of similarly directed artists. 

Capping off a trailblazing few months for the brand, Hooton Tennis Club install some reclined indie notes from their upcoming album on Wednesday 28thFriday 30th sees Waxahatchee hit Hare and Hounds with some folk spun alt-rock, while Metz propel an alternative Hare and Hounds space with a merging of noise-punk and psychedelic tones. 

For tickets follow the dated links or find all of This Is Tmrw's events here.