Black Country News: Spotlight on Plant's new bands; STOURBRIDGE.
MAS Records has set up a show at the Stourbridge Rock Cafe 2000 for May 7.
Project manager for MAS Records, Ian Grant, said: "At this time there is a big interest in unsigned acts and a genuine interest in non-manufactured bands.
"This live showcase will enable MAS Records to put together videos and promotional packs, allowing the bands' talent and creativity to come through. It will also create feedback from the music industry with their product."
Filming and recording will take place at the event, which features Stoke-on-Trent artists Blast Stereos Loud, Kamikaze Pilots and Black Apples as well as local groups Break For The Border, The Ryde, Base Detail and Attica State.
The event begins at 4pm and admission is pounds 3.
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Apr 11, 2006|
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