The 2022 Reviews!

We just want to take a moment to celebrate all the amazing reviews, write-ups & feedback we’ve had of our 16th edition!

 

★★★★★

THE GUARDIAN

Supersonic is not just a music festival, but a site for resistance and community, a utopia made briefly real.

READ THE GUARDIAN REVIEW HERE.

“★★★★★ – Audiences were treated to feral drum and bass, doom metal, twisted folk music and some seriously experimental weirdness, amongst much else… a weekend of serious musical strangeness” 
READ THE ART DESK’S REVIEW HERE. 

 

“This is one of Supersonic’s core strengths: the way it tone-shifts between grinding sonic despair and expressions of positivity rooted in inclusivity and solidarity.”
THE WIRE MAGAZINE

 

“When artists offer humble acknowledgement of how well they’re being treated by the crew and how nice it is to play for such a welcoming audience it just underlines what a special festival this is.”
READ THE ECHOES & DUST REVIEW HERE. 

“A community exists around it, a music crowd seeking discovery rather than some predictable homogenous party… A little gem with a mighty message, Supersonic seeks to make you smile, think and extend – it was a genuine mission accomplished.”
READ BACKSEAT MAFIA’S REVIEW HERE.

 

When someone mentions Birmingham the first thing that springs to mind isn’t Black Sabbath. Nor is it Aston Villa F.C. Not even Godflesh. It’s Supersonic.”
READ THE SUN13 REVIEW HERE.

 

“In the bathroom after the performance, I can hear two women speak about how they’ve never felt safer at an event. It’s a serious compliment for Supersonic given the state of things.”
READ GODISINTHETV REVIEW HERE.

 

“In the bathroom after the performance, I can hear two women speak about how they’ve never felt safer at an event. It’s a serious compliment for Supersonic given the state of things.”
READ BIRMINGHAM REVIEW FOR FRIDAY + SATURDAY + SUNDAY 

“One of Supersonic’s true talents is finding heaviness and experimentation in the most unexpected of crevices, but that doesn’t mean the curators shy away from tapping into Birmingham’s storied metal heritage.”
READ ASTRAL NOIZE REVIEW HERE.

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