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!
Local: Eve Conway
This lass is Eve Conway from Darlington and this article is all about Eve.
Archipelago? It means “an extensive group of islands”; or it’s a 2010 film about a bunch of middle-class people going on a disappointing holiday; or it’s this fabulous jazz ba...
How do you pronounce that? Scale-sia, or Scal-esia? Either way you’ve got a hot new band from Newcastle to get very excited about.
Local: Circuit 68
This Bishop Auckland bunch have fire in their bellies and a concept album in their hearts (and on the shelves).
Local: Glenn Maltman
This is Glenn Maltman from Durham who makes, what is known in the biz, as instrumental music. Imagine!