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Headlining are Boys, Nora Karlsson's solo project, new album Rest in Peace has just been released and is a beautiful symphony of pop melancholy.Thu 24 May 7.45pm at 1000 Trades, 16 Frederick St, Birmingham B1 3HE Antelope at The Dark Horse Birmingham's own modern soul engineers Antelope bring their unique brassy vibes to Moseley to get your weekend started in a blast of 21st century funk sophistication.Fri 25 May 9pm at The Dark Horse, 145 Alcester Rd, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP (dir: Michael Pearce, 2018, cert 15) Oh I do like to be beside the seaside.The great New Wave director experiences an existential crisis as France's capital city burns, shot in an explosively imaginative style that recalls Godard's own excesses, the film veers from reverence to hatchet job but manages to captivate throughout.Wed 23 May 5.45pm at Electric, Station Street, Birmingham B5 4DY £10.50 The King and I (dir: Walter Lang, 1956, cert U) The wonderful Rodgers and Hammerstein musical came to define Yul Bryner’s career, winning an Oscar for his role as the curmudgeonly King Mongkut of Siam, he reprised the role on stage 4,625 times.Tue 22 May 8.30pm at Electric, Station Street, Birmingham B5 4DY £10.50 Candyman (dir: Bernard Rose, 1992, cert 18) Go on admit it, you're too scared to stare into a mirror and say Candyman five times, one of the Wire crew threatened to do it last year and he hasn't been seen since.In Tony Todd's Candyman, Bernard Rose created one of cinema's most iconic boogeymen.Beautifully realised and sweetly evocative, Totoro's candy resonance is impossible to resist.Mon 21 May 6pm at Electric, Station Street, Birmingham B5 4DY £10.50 Filmworker (dir: Tony Zierra, 2017, cert 15) When Leon Vitali starred as the vicious stepson Lord Bullingdon in Stanley Kubrick’s peerless drama Barry Lyndon, he forged a working relationship with the esteemed director that saw him give up acting and become the maverick filmmaker’s right hand man until Kubrick’s death in 1999.FEET | Wed 16 May | Sunflower Lounge | £6 FEET are hungry, as you can tell from the sprawling post-punk joy of 'Petty Thieves' - switching gears rapidly from a fuzzed-out mclusky stampede to a freewheeling surf-rock jam: clearly a band with plenty of tricks up their sleeves.Machine Head | Thu 17 May | O2 Academy | £27.50 Yes, seminal California metal band Machine Head have a new album – it's called Catharsis, it has blood on the cover, and a riff-grinding lead single – but credit where it's due: the band are far from resting on their laurels, taking risks and stylistic detours all over the map.


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