The Old Pink House
This bunch were recipients of our coveted Single of the Month slot last year (it’s not that coveted – ed.) and they’ve continued their upward curve in 2017 with a clutch of st...
Local: Tomorrow is Lost
I like what Tomorrow is Lost have done with their place. Exposed brickwork is so hot right now. And I’ll tell you what else is hot: their huge licks.
Local: The Yada Yada Yadas
Durham-based The Yada Yada Yadas are certainly in the pink, and their just released debut single, Oceans, is certainly worth getting excited about.
Local: St. Buryan
This lot look like a nice bunch of lads, which gets a big gold star from me, but they get an even bigger gold star for their upbeat indie-pop that is realised to rather fabulo...
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.
Welcome to Scott land
You’d think that a box-set collecting together Scott Walker’s first five solo albums on vinyl and CD for the first time would be cause for celebration. It is.
If you peer carefully through these frankly FAR OUT bits of undergrowth then you should just be able to make out the forms known only as Kobadelta.
This is Jake Houlsby who, for all intents and purposes, is Suntrapp. And judging by their/his first single, they’re/he’s jolly good.