Local: The Cornshed Sisters
Here are The Cornshed Sisters checking out what looks like a collection of 18th century iPads. Anyway: they’re back and they’re still brilliant.
Local: Charlie Thomas
This is Billingham’s Charlie Thomas, a singer/songwriter in thrall to the scuzzier, more bohemian, end of US culture.
This here is Slurs, a Newcastle band whose stock in trade is a jolly glorious kind of racket.
How do you like your Radio 2 friendly pop? If it’s “just so” then you’re going to love JustSO who are launching their super new album at The Exchange in North Shields on 22 Se...
Local: Baker Island
I fancy one of this bunch but it’s definitely not the one that you think it is. So, yes, they scrub up well, but can they also thrill with the quality of their tunes? (Clue: y...
Local: Greg Genre
Greg Genre is a singer/songwriter from Newcastle who exudes more warmth than a 15 Tog duvet.
Say: “Hi! How’s it hanging?” to Mausoleums, a feisty two-piece who know the value of combustible electronica.
If you can just squint a bit then I’m sure you can make out Crimewave in this picture (it’s not his real name).
Local: St. Buryan
This is St. Buryan who look like a really proper band do they not. Thankfully, they really are.
Local: The Radio Set
This is The Radio Set, their lead singer anyway, a band plucking their members from Newcastle, Gateshead and South Shields. They’re very good.
Local: Hayley McKay
This Darlington lass is certainly going places (and one of those places is our Local Scene page).
Local: Seeing Hands
If you bathe Newcastle quartet Seeing Hands in a kind parma violet hue does that make them dreamy. I rather think that it does, you know.
Local: Harri Endersby
She’s a singer! She’s a songwriter! She’s a musician! What else do you need to know about Harri Endersby? That’s she’s all kinds of amazing? You got it!