The 2019 Reviews!

We just want to take a moment to celebrate all the amazing reviews, write-ups & feedback we’ve had of our 15th edition!

 

 

★★★★★

THE GUARDIAN

“By embracing the heaviness in Birmingham’s heritage, and adding a strong dose of eccentricity, Supersonic is world-class”

READ THE GUARDIAN REVIEW HERE.

 

“2019 is a big deal in the Supersonic universe, as it marks the fifteenth time that the Festival has been held in Birmingham – the Home of Metal. So, what better way to celebrate than to kick things off with a doubleheader at the City’s iconic Town Hall venue and what better bands to do the honours than local lads, Godflesh and US noise veterans, Neurosis?”
READ THE ART DESK’S REVIEW HERE. 

 

“Supersonic Festival celebrates weirdness. It encourages unbridled creativity. It expands the imagination. It promotes the free and limitless pursuit of expression in order to expand the body, the mind, and the human spirit. It forges unlikely connections between ostensibly different areas, ideas, people and disciplines.”
READ THE QUIETUS REVIEW HERE. 

“Once the rattling drum machines of the latter give way to the glistening sludge of the former, the festival is well and truly underway. Neurosis’ set is crafted with a theatrical sensibility, and their imposing post-metal sound feels strangely at home set against the venue’s record-breaking pipe organ.”
READ COUNTERACT’S REVIEW HERE.

 

“a festival that creates a space for the music fan to escape any notion of ‘mainstream’ and take a personal journey of sonoric discovery and enlightenment…”
READ THE LUSH UK REVIEW HERE.

“Supersonic Festival has grown into one of the world’s most important events for new music. Cherry-picking the finest experimental music from all over the globe, its line-up grows increasingly diverse with each passing year. Now in its 15th year, Supersonic has become known as an event that consistently represents some of the globe’s best and most innovative music.”
READ LOUDERSOUND’S REVIEW HERE.

 

“Godflesh address the lighting engineer. “No spots, just blue on stage. We want it dark”. And dark they got. And heavy we got. It was glorious. If the rest of the weekend is this good then we’ll be just fine.”
READ THE GETINTOTHIS REVIEW HERE.

 

 

“This years’ fifteenth-anniversary event lived up to the strong heritage of what had gone before and also summed up the special nature that the festival has had since its inception.”
READ THE CIRCUIT SWEET REVIEW HERE.
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