Lyle Bignon

Music PR // Music consultant // Music journalist // Visiting lecturer, music industries

Current + previous: 5000 Management // 33RPM - Voices of the Revolution // Access Creative College // Alexandra Theatre // All Years Leaving // Area Culture Guide // Barbican Centre London // BBC Digital Cities // BBC Music // BBC Make It Digital // Birmingham Music Coalition // Birmingham School of Media // British and Irish Modern Music Institute // Brum Notes Magazine // Brum Radio // Celebrating Sanctuary // Delta Autumn // Dexys // Dubcherry // Eastern Electronic Festival // Electric Swing Circus // Eventbrite // Field Harmonics // Filthy Lucre London // Fused Magazine // Goodnight Lenin // God Is In The TV Zine // Highbury Studio // Home of Metal // James Summerfield // Juice Aleem // Leftfoot Venues // Lunar Festival // Metro // Metropolis Studios // Miss Moneypenny’s // Moseley Folk Festival // Mostly Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival // Oxjam // Peaky Blinders Immersive Festival // Pivotal Music Conference // Primitive London // Royal Birmingham Conservatoire // Roland Gift // Some Cities // Surge In Spring Festival // The 405 // The Flapper, Birmingham // The Juke, Birmingham // The Rainbow Venues // The Ruin, Digbeth // The Trail of Thomas Love // Town Hall & Symphony Hall Birmingham // Tunecore // We Are Eastside

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Riffs Journal

Volume 2, Issue 1 - Anna Palmer: The Write Club Remix (interview)

This interview was conducted by Birmingham-based music PR, consultant and journalist Lyle Bignon for this Riffs Vol. 2 Issue 2. Discussing the topic of music criticism and Anna...

Metro

Daliso Chaponda (review)

Daliso Chaponda (review)

Metro

The Killers (review)

The Killers (review)

Barbican audience handout

Laura Mvula (interview)

Laura Mvula (interview)

Brum Notes Magazine

DHP announce plans to open new music venue in Birmingham (news)

National music promoter and venue operator DHP Family is to open a new music venue in Birmingham in 2018, according to plans announced today.

Metro

Ariana Grande (review)

Ariana Grande live at Genting Arena Birmingham Thu 18 May 2017

Brum Notes Magazine

New Birmingham city centre music festival announces location and lineup (news)

Ocean Colour Scene, Editors, The Twang, Higher Intelligence Agency, Victories At Sea, Dorcha, Jaws, Superfood, Goodnight Lenin, Health and Efficiency, Table Scraps, Blackash,...

Metro

Kasabian (review)

Kasabian live at O2 Academy Birmingham Thursday 13 April 2017 for Metro

Brum Notes Magazine

Historic South Birmingham pub to relaunch as live music venue (news)

An historic South Birmingham pub is to relaunch as a live music venue and late night bar this weekend.

Brum Notes Magazine

New club to launch in Birmingham, opening line-up announced (news)

A brand new 1000 capacity electronic music venue located on an historic industrial site in Digbeth Birmingham is set to open in March 2017.

BrumNotes Magazine

Northern Soul exhibition opens to public in Birmingham (news)

An exhibition documenting the underground Northern Soul scene in Birmingham and the Midlands, hosted at Birmingham City University's Parkside Gallery, has opened to the public.

BrumNotes Magazine

The Electric Swing Circus release new album 'It Flew By' (news)

'It Flew By', the second full-length album by the Birmingham-based electro swing band and UK festival favourites The Electric Swing Circus is out now on Ragtime Records.

Stratford Herald

Sharing traditions (review)

BrumNotes Magazine

Mutes share new song 'Vanishing' from debut album (news)

Birmingham noise-pedallers Mute have revealed a track from their forthcoming debut album, set to be released in summer 2017 through FOMA Records.

BrumNotes Magazine

Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi pens song for Birmingham (news)

Legendary Black Sabbath guitarist and proud Birmingham supporter Tony Iommi has written and released a piece of music celebrating his home city.

Brum Notes Magazine

Dollar Dim Sum Club to launch in Digbeth (news)

A new event aiming to bring together Birmingham's creative community, food lovers and free thinking individuals over good food, launches at the Zellig building in Digbeth on...