Girls Aloud: Ten: The Hits Tour
Girls Aloud kick-started their ‘Ten’ tour in Newcastle, opening to a crowd of girls ‘n’ gays who’ve waited nearly half a decade for this reunion.
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.)
Attention drum & bass heads
North-east label Bass Command only formed last year, but they’re already starting to raise eyebrows on a global level with a roster of quite startling releases…
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”.
Is there anything that Curvy Sounds can’t do?
Not only does Curvy Sounds sell a weird and wonderful collection of instruments (and guitars), they also offer an unparalleled repair service AND is something of a music hub.
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?
They’re wry, they’re spry, they’re crisp and dry – ladies and gentlemen welcome to the wonderful world of Rexine.
This pair look all kinds of lovely, do they not? And what do you know, their music is just as exquisite as their haircuts.