The Shake Appeal
The Shake Appeal look good, don’t they? They sound it, too.
This Newcastle band are aiming for the stars and doing so through the sheer power of their cosmic space rock.
We asked Joseph Curwen for a pic and he sent us this. Is that him in the murk or is this a still from Hammer Horror’s “Now Lick The Blood From The Tomb”? YOU DECIDE.
Athletes In Paris
Something is stirring in Sunderland and, if I’m not very much mistaken (and I’m not), it’s the infectious indie-pop of this sparky bunch.
Blackhall and Bookless
Say: “How’s tricks?” to Christopher Blackhall and Christopher Bookless, house music movers and groovers par excellence.
Emergency Door Release
I fancy one of this bunch (maybe not the one you’d think) but that’s not the reason that I like ‘em.
This Ground Moves
This Ground Moves walk the walk, but can they talk the talk (i.e. play great music. Clue: Yes.)
She’s soul! She’s pop! She’s 19-years-old! And, most importantly, she’s rather fabulous.
This bunch look the part, do they not? They sound it, too.
This is Silva Method, who, as you can see, rather edgily spell their name “Silva” rather than the more conventional “Silver”.
Minnie Forrest looks like an alternative model does she not? Well, what-do-you-know, she is. She’s also a Tyneside based singer/songwriter.
Isn’t this pic a bit murky for a band called Bright Lights…?
This is a logo. Of that, there is no doubt. And it’s the logo of Number Machine, a kind of shadowy presence on the local music scene. But do they add up?