If you’re hankering after some sounds and emotions straight out of the leftfield, then can I point you in the direction of this Newcastle three-piece who won’t be appearing on...
Local: Moon Rover
This jolly bunch are Moon Rover from Newcastle, a band who may well be in the gutter but they’re most definitely looking at the stars.
Local: Massa Confusa
This is Massa Confusa trying out their best urban look. I like ‘em.
What do you think of Hedges for a band name? Say it with me: “Hedges”. I kinda like it, and their music isn’t bad either.
Local: Eve Simpson
Eve Simpson is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter from South Shields who says her greatest achievement to date is reaching the height of 5ft 2 & ½.
Local: Soham De
Although Soham De is from Kings Lynn (I’ve always wondered where that is – will have to Google it sometime) he’s actually based in Durham, and with a talent like his, I’m clai...
Teesside outfit Catalyse look like a real band, don’t they? I mean a REAL band. Luckily for us, that’s exactly what they are.
Local: Callum Pitt
Callum Pitt, then? The one on the left? The one on the right? Don’t be daft: it’s the one in the middle. He’s great! (As are his band mates, who, for the time being, shall rem...
Things to Come
Audiences could be forgiven for thinking that, with its philosopher lecturer protagonist and high-end Paris setting, that writer/director Hansen-Løve’s follow up to 90s-set da...
Local: The Band for Disease Control and Prevention
I can’t resist a band whose acronym reads like an eye chart test, and Gateshead’s TBFDCAP play music that is tights-rippingly good.
Teesside lad Rojor has won praise from all quarters in the past and with a beautiful new album out this month, that praise should reach all-new, and all-unprecedented, levels.
If ever there was a picture that screamed “Blistering, pin yer ears back, indie power-punk” then this is it.
Local: The Amazing Devil
The Amazing Devil are a very enticing proposition indeed, and yes, they are kind of amazing.