MASSIVE WAGONS | 12.05.2019 | Newcastle Riverside | PHOTOS

MASSIVE WAGONS | 12.05.2019 | Newcastle Riverside | PHOTOS

Massive Wagons – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

Review and photos by Graeme J. Baty from Blank Slate Creative

Since Massive Wagosn were also incredibly fantastic to photo I decided to do an separate and extended gallery of their set with The Wildhearts

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TOWERS OF LONDON | 12.05.2019 | Newcastle Riverside | PHOTOS

TOWERS OF LONDON | 12.05.2019 | Newcastle Riverside | PHOTOS

Towers Of London – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

Review and photos by Graeme J. Baty from Blank Slate Creative

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THE WILDHEARTS | MASSIVE WAGONS | TOWERS OF LONDON | 12.05.2019 | Newcastle Riverside | REVIEW and PHOTOS

THE WILDHEARTS | MASSIVE WAGONS | TOWERS OF LONDON | 12.05.2019 | Newcastle Riverside | REVIEW and PHOTOS

The Wildhearts | Massive Wagons | Towers Of London – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

The Wildhearts - 12th May 2019 - Newcastle Riverside
The Wildhearts – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

Review and photos by Graeme J. Baty from Blank Slate Creative

Well what can I say about this gig? The final night of The Wildhearts triumphant tour for the launch of their 2019 album Renaissance Men and some might say (not us at Blank Slate we’ve always been massive fans!) unexpected return to the big time.

Towers of London – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

There was tremendous showmanship on display from the support acts. In fact, both Towers of London and Massive Wagons proved an absolute hoot to photo. So rather than just share a couple of pics from their sets I will add full photo galleries of each band’s set in separate features 🙂

Towers of London have also reformed and are enjoying themselves immensely by the looks of things. They ended their set with members of Massive Wagons joining them onstage for underpants dances and backing vocals on Fuck It Up. MW followed with their own set of high kicking rock anthems to a packed Riverside crowd, fans clearly here in numbers nice and early to see all of the bands.

Massive Wagons – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

It’s my first time seeing The Wildhearts live in about 3 and a half years, although I’ve interviewed and covered solo shows during this gap, this is the first time I’ve been able to get to one of their gigs due to gig clashes, ill health or general bad luck!

The Wildhearts – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

It’s a privilege to get the chance to photo and review a band that I’ve followed since I was about 14 years old when I heard Suckerpunch for the first time. They will always have a little spot in my heart with their catchy and timeless back catalogue of classics and barrage of riffs that send shivers down my spine each time I hear them.

The outro of Everlone is a great example of that, one of the finest pieces of rock riffage I’ve ever encountered. Which is no mean feat when you break down that song riff by riff, it’s shear quota of classic riffs eclipses many bands entire careers in just one song. It appears tonight second song in, nice and early. There was the expectation that they might not play some of the Earth Vs Material prior to the tour since they’ve played that material very heavily for its 25th-anniversary last year.

The Wildhearts know how to deliver a setlist with a selection that is sure to keep the diehards happy and entertain the casual fans. I haven’t bee able to get Dislocated out of my head for nearly a week now. It’s a pure slice of 2019 perfection, ‘I feel dislocated from your world’ is a sentiment I can relate to far too much. The world needs The Wildhearts. It’s a brutal barrage of a song that slides effortlessly into singalong choruses that only The Wildhearts can pull off. The more I hear it the more I adore it.

The Wildhearts – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

It’s an ecstatic night and the whole band appear to be having the time of their lives. It was great to see Danny back there and grinning away. It truly is a remarkable sound that this gang of four chaps can make, the love for them is on clear display from the sold-out Newcastle crowd. Singing and dancing away for the entire set. Including the new numbers which gain a rapturous reaction.

The Wildhearts – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

Renaissance Men will feature on many rock albums of the year list and quite rightly so. The Wildhearts were always super popular in Newcastle but now there’s an air of excitement and maybe some ‘I told you so’ smugness from the fans who have followed them religiously for years since they’re now getting more attention from media and a wider audience.

The Wildhearts – 12th May 2019 – Newcastle Riverside

The Wildhearts in whatever shape or form have always been brilliant and will always be one of Britains best rock bands. They deserve every ounce of praise they’ve earned from this tour and album. What a gig!

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METRONOMY | 03.05.2019 | Newcastle Boiler Shop | REVIEW and PHOTOS

METRONOMY | 03.05.2019 | Newcastle Boiler Shop | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Metronomy – 3rd May 2019 – Newcastle Boiler Shop

By Gav Wyatt (G.Wyatt photography)

Here we are at the fabulous Boiler Shop as the Hit the North festival kicks off to see the wonderful electro-pop band Metronomy.

Metronomy first came to our attention many moons ago as a trio, supporting one of our favourite live bands the Infidels at the Newcastle O2 Academy. They had instantly made an impression on us as their unique and quirky sound instantly caught us, and they’d each had a light strapped to their chests, a pound shop gimmick that they synchronised whole routines together to. They got straight into our heads and when we saw them entering the public realm reimagined as a 5 piece and a whole new sound which still retained that unique goofiness that had struck us upon first encounter, we felt a pang of pride at what had evolved and that they still existed.

They emerge all pristine and in white, gentle-voiced and the crowd has grown and cheer as they give a fantastic and energetic performance. Everyone is dancing and having a wonderful time.

Joseph Mount has a gentle rapport and recalls that it’s been quite some time since they were last in Toon, and I am so pleased we got to see them right at the start of those formative days. They are a slick and brilliant live band that uplifted the crowd. A must see band that I am sure we will be seeing more of. Which is more than I can say for my ex-favourite band that introduced me to these guys in the first place.

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HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD | LOATHE | 30.04.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD | LOATHE | 30.04.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Hollywood Undead | Loathe – 30th April 2019 – Newcastle O2 Academy

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

Hitting the stage in almost total darkness, Loathe came out and aurally kicked everyone’s head in!!! I had heard beforehand they were brutal but that didn’t prepare me for just how much! The five-piece performed the set with very little light on them making sure the Hollywood Undead audience sat up and listened! I loved how they managed to move from the heaviest of riffs to beautiful almost Deftones ambient melodies with ease! Definitely, ones to watch!

With the bottles of Newcastle Brown readied on the mic stands, headliners Hollywood Undead come out blazing with the back to back Whatever It Takes and California Dreaming from the V album and setting the bar early with the pyro front and rear stage second song in!

The masks are gone now but that doesn’t seem to matter to this sold-out crowd, many of whom are sporting their own anyway, as they bounce about and sing along to Undead, Renegade, Dead Bite and many more!

With their mash-up of Rock and Rap styles, there are bits of Linkin Park meets Eminem meets ICP meets Rammstein in here which makes a lot of the songs easy on first listen to catch on to

Band members bound about the stage swapping guitars and playing keys and samplers atop the risers with seemingly endless energy it’s hard to keep tabs on who’s doing what but it works well for them well thought out not chaotic the way it could easily be with so many on stage doing this. The bringing a crowd member on stage to play guitar seems a standard move at gigs these days but fair play to “Ben” he can play pretty well and the band kick in with a verse or two of Sweet Child Of Mine when he plays the intro then jams with the band and throws all the shapes during Comin’ In Hot!

Pyro, confetti/streamer cannons are accompanying the songs through the night not just being held back for finales or encore time so by the time the set ends with Broken Record and Here Me Now the air is akin to a festival with the smell of the fireworks lingering! The crowd take up the chant of “Everywhere I Go …” to get them back out for more which they oblige with said song of the chant and finishing on the guitar-driven Day of the Dead.

Exactly a week before this Papa Roach also played to a packed room here and I noticed many many of the same faces here tonight going just as crazy loving it!
It’s great seeing gigs of any genre doing well keeping the music scene healthy in our city.

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NEWTON FAULKNER | 29.04.2019 | Gateshead Sage | REVIEW and PHOTOS

NEWTON FAULKNER | 29.04.2019 | Gateshead Sage | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Newton Faulkner – 29th April 2019 – Gateshead Sage

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

I’ll always be in awe of musicians and how they can get up on a stage in front of people and pretty much lay themselves out open and hope it pleases people. Even more so when it’s just one solo artist who doesn’t have a drummer/bass player etc to turn towards for support or to blame.

Newton Faulkner is currently one such solo performer having started out that way then having a touring band and also playing arenas in the last production of War of the Worlds he’s now back with a double “greatest hits” album featuring songs from the last decade of his releases (yeah really a decade!) and a number of cover versions that he has made his own over the years.

Newton arrives on stage to a huge applause “quite nice here innit?” he quips in a self-deprecating kind of way as if to say “not sure what I’m doing here” but as he starts his first number If This Is It it’s obvious why he is here and why the room is full. His voice is incredible almost not needing the mic it’s so powerful and his range is second to none. The set is made up of tracks from the hits album with a couple of new songs for good measure

At the merch stall, there was an odd item in the Tour Kazoo which was soon utilised by Newton when splitting the crowd into groups to perform separate parts of the song becoming a huge backing band with a kazoo section!

Not that he needed one mind you! this multi-talent at one point was playing a kick drum with his left foot chorus pedals with his right, a guitar melody with his left hand, drum pads with his right and remembering the lyrics he was singing. Impressive as I can’t even rub my belly and pat my head at the same time! He did mention having been accused of looping and/or miming in the past but having found myself hypnotised by his movements I can verify it’s all done live! Talented sod! Massive Attacks’ Teardrop is the first of the cover versions aired tonight and it is just an absolutely beautiful take on the song you could hear a pin drop as he performed it.

One of the things I love about Newton though is he is such a charming witty guy and he has a brilliant rapport with his audience chatting to a 1500 crowd like it was a few pals in a cafe or front room it’s that friendly. He leaves his little podium to perform at the side of the stage under a stark bulb saying he’s going back to where it all starts going right and plays I Need Something my favourite of his and the hairs stand up on my neck like the first time I heard it, just perfect.
Against The Grain showcases that vocal range hitting those high notes with ease and Jess Glynnes Million Reasons sounds amazing in this room it just fills it effortlessly.

Throughout the set he keeps cracking himself up just bursting out into laughter at little things. I’m not sure if it’s nerves or if he seriously still can’t believe people love to see him play or just the way his brain works throwing ideas around constantly! Either way, this just lends itself to his already likeable nature making this one of the most relaxed atmospheres I’ve been in this venue.

Dream Catch Me and a medley of covers including No Diggity, Send Me On My Way and of course Spongebob Square Pants have the audience on its feet but he’s not finished yet and he has the downstairs jumping up and down and balconies banging their heads ( no jumping on balcony for safety reasons haha) to the infectious Write It On Your Skin.

Once again using sections of the crowd to sing parts of Orange Skies the set closes and looking around the hall there’s nothing but warm happy smiles. Maybe it’s time to start prescribing live music to lift the spirits.

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WILDWOOD KIN | FERRIS AND SYLVESTER | CALLUM PITT | 03.05.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

WILDWOOD KIN | FERRIS AND SYLVESTER | CALLUM PITT | 03.05.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Wildwood Kin | Ferris and Sylvester | Callum Pitt – 3rd May 2019 – Newcastle O2 Academy

Review and photos by Victoria Wai (Victoria Wai)

Under The Apple Tree (UTAT) is the brainchild of Bob Harris, AKA Whispering Bob Harris. You might actually know him from The Old Grey Whistle Test. UTAT is a “music brand that focuses on bringing attention to amazing artists who deserve to be heard by everyone,” with sessions recorded at a studio nestled under an apple tree and now hitting the road, with artists handpicked by Harris himself and this year it’s the wonderful trio Wildwood Kin supported by Ferris and Sylvester and to add to the already fantastic bill local acts were also picked to open the night and in Newcastle we had Callum Pitt with a stripped back band of keys and backing vocals (Jonny and Annie).

It was an early start down o2 Academy in room 2 as the night would coincide with an ‘opening party’ of a festival and we would get to hear the contrasting sounds later, however, Callum and his band gave us a wonderful soothing start. If you are familiar with Callum’s music you may have heard many people talk of those vocals and damn those vocals for they sure can give Mariah Carey a run for her money. Seriously check him out and have your jaw dropped to the floor. He has local artist Annie Griffiths guest with him on backing vocals and just hearing them together is just as spellbinding. A wonderful stripped back set showcasing his sounds to many that have never heard of him before includes his big hits Rabbits to his most recent single Forgotten Kids.

Ferris and Sylvester are a duo I managed to catch literally the last number of when they supported another act about a year ago and it seems they have just gone from strength to strength with some of the audience gathered as big fans of theirs. Issy Ferris and Archie Sylvester are an ‘alt folk blues soul’ duo with personalities as big as their sound. They sure brought the party to town and got the somewhat reserved crowd warmed up and even mimicking ‘vikings.’ Yup, you read that right, I just wish their were pints of SKOL and long beards there to complete this vision. My personal fave was when they swapped places on stage especially as the stage is on the small size and Issy takes over the kick drum from Archie and the crowd really get ‘in the moment’ then Archie gets up close and personal by coming to the foot of the stage which is literally in the face of the audience. Ferris and Sylvester give us everything as they even strip it back with their newest release of Flying Visit.

So far so good with the two gigs coinciding under the same roof this night and then it is time for the headliners and a huge credit to Wildwood Kin. We are off to a flying start as they open with new a new song Headed For The Water which showcases their spellbinding harmonies and then it is straight into familiar territory with Steady My Heart. The crowd is captivated from the get-go; only when the unfortunate moments of the balcony doors that adjoin Academy 1 to Academy 2 open and we hear the louder sounds of the other gig downstairs spoil it. Luckily the sounds of Wildwood Kin is at a great volume during the songs and the mood is not dampened. There is great interaction with the crowd and Run even gets a singalong. It is really hard not to get into this gig as the girls really do gel off each other which is lucky as they say never work with family. If you are unfamiliar with Wildwood Kin, the trio is made up of sisters Beth and Emilie Key and their cousin Meghann Loney.

Meghann takes the lead with most of the onstage banter especially during the somewhat frustrating moment for Beth and the failure of her bouzouki which leads to a quick set change and we jump ahead to another new track called Wake Up Sleeper but we do then get a pretty hilarious rundown of the bouzouki and their “pleasantly awkward” conversation, however I think it gives them a certain edge and even their sound engineer Josh gets a special appearance due to it! If things go wrong in a show then take notes from Wildwood Kin in how to get a show back on track!  The bouzouki is fixed and the girls do not need to rejig the set as much as we thought and we are back on track with Warrior Daughter.

Plagued with technical problems and battling with sound from the other venue, the girls are running against curfew but the crowd are having none of it. Security look a bit worried as the chants are pretty loud for an encore and do not waver so not to disappoint Beth, Emilie and Meghann return and give us a warm rendition of Valley allowing the gig-goers to leave happier which shows as they then pretty much engulf them at the merch stand afterwards.

It was my first time seeing Wildwood Kin I would definitely would see them again and if we were faced with the same problems I would be happy. In fact, they could decide to leave all their instruments at home and do the whole gig with just their voices and chat here and there, though the way they play their instruments definitely does add a certain touch more.

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NOTHING MORE | 23.04.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

NOTHING MORE | 23.04.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Nothing More – 23rd April 2019 – Newcastle O2 Academy

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

Opening up on the current Papa Roach tour San Antonio’s Nothing More are creating quite a stir and winning new fans at every date! Whilst they’ve been around for quite some time they’re still new to a lot of folks here but hopefully, this tour will be the next step to get them back on a bigger solo tour. They are definitely a band you need to hear or better still see live rather than read about as no written review can get across the energy or styles that they convey.

In Jonny Hawkins, they have an absolute firecracker of a frontman barely stopping for breath as he bounds around the stage and clambers over anything in his path. His voice is incredible whether it be a ballad or metal anthem he covers it allLike I say though difficult to pigeon hole as they straddle alt rock, metal, djent, prog and much more in their songs. Put it this way any band who cover both Queen and Skrillex whilst the singer is performing on top of a hydraulic electronic instrument known as the “Scorpion Tail” have to be seen to understand what the buzz is about!

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DEAF KIDS | RAKTA | CAVE SUNS | 24.03.2019 | Newcastle Cluny | REVIEW and PHOTOS

DEAF KIDS | RAKTA | CAVE SUNS | 24.03.2019 | Newcastle Cluny | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Deaf Kids | Rakta | Cave Suns – 24th March 2019 – Newcastle Cluny

Deaf Kids – 24th April 2019 – Newcastle Cluny

Review and photos by Graeme J. Baty from Blank Slate Creative

Cave Suns stepped in at late notice to fill the support slot. They are a band that many pals on the local scene have recommended to me over the years, yet I’ve never had the chance to see them. I made sure I was there for doors to rectify that! Rumbling psychedelia but with a twist, the songs are much more progressive and meandering, in a very good way. Rather than straight repetition the songs lock in a grove but are much more adventurous in exploring the theme of the song and weave a sonic journey, whilst incorporating elements of traditional rock which is quite exhilarating and occasionally their songs reminded me of Barrett period Pink Floyd.

Cave Suns – 24th April 2019 – The Cluny

Next up is Rakta who are on tour with fellow São Paulo band Deaf Kids. They got off to a bumpy start with some technical problems and apparent lack of adapters for their two pin plug amps! Thankfully Cave Suns came to the rescue and helped with a bass head. Once they were sorted it was a case of heads down and rumble on. The lights are super low, with a faint red glow silhouetting the band. Remarkable percussion keeps the band entertaining, I suppose it’s one of the downsides of keys, there isn’t much visually to engage the audience, although watching the pedal twiddling was quite impressive. The heavy reliance on delay pedals (I must admit) did wear a little thing by the end of their set. There’s only so much DD3 you can take and it became a bit repetitive for me. That minor criticism aside, they were quite unique and an excellent pairing with Deaf Kids.

RAKTA – 24th April 2019 – Newcastle Cluny

On to the main event; Deaf Kids brought their outrageous sound that is quite remarkable from just a three-piece. Punk rock song structures with an extra element of chaos.

Deaf Kids – 24th April 2019 – Newcastle Cluny

The rhythm section drives the band insatiable bass coupled with some spectacle percussion and d-beat goodness. They’ve been going for a good while now and have increasingly become more adventurous with their sound. Echos of what Rakta are doing with delays and a myriad of guitar pedals, of which guitars and vocals are processed! I don’t know if its the power of the guitars but this immediately feels more engaging than Rakta and I find myself drawn in and utterly hooked. Templo do Caos is sheer perfection and a great introduction to their sound for the uninitiated.

A remarkable night of fantastic bands. All with their own charm and unique sound. It’s proven quite tough to find the words to explain tonight. I am a bit lost for words. Maybe some swear words followed immediately by awesome. Yeah, it was a f*****g awesome night!!

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PAPA ROACH | 23.04.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

PAPA ROACH | 23.04.2019 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Papa Roach – 23rd April 2019 – Newcastle O2 Academy

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

Papa Roach - 23rd April 2019 - Newcastle O2 Academy
Papa Roach – 23rd April 2019 – Newcastle O2 Academy

Papa Roach are back in Newcastle promoting their latest album Who Do You Trust and it’s safe to say they trust their fans as the hall is rammed on a Tuesday night that boasts a good few other rock gig choices in the city and in fact one upstairs in the venues’ smaller room. As they come out to a massive reception Jacoby Shaddix raises the mic and let’s rip “Cut my life into pieces, this is my last resort” and the place goes crazy. It’s a bold opening when most bands save a big song for a set closer or encore this feels like it’s almost a dare like “yeah we know it’s a huge song if it’s the only one you know then you can f**k off home now“. No one is leaving though and the crowd are here for the whole package!

The set is nicely paced with title track Who Do You Trust being the first of five tracks from the new album and whilst a lot of bands of a similar age are going out and performing the “classic” big selling album in full Papa Roach aren’t sitting back on their laurels they’re picking tracks from the majority of their back catalogue. I missed a couple of tracks after taking photos as it was so full I had to exit via the stage doors to go back around front to drop my camera bag off in the cloakroom (that was the rule of the night) but came back in as the band went back to the Infest album for Between Angels And Insects with Jacoby leading the chant “there’s no money there’s no possessions… “with the whole of the crowd following suit. Not The Only One stands out in the new tracks with its straight-ahead pop mixed with the heavy drop and rap for the chorus building to its climax. I still can’t get away with Hollywood Whore though and for me, it’s the weak point of the set but I may be in the minority there.

Scars gets the fists raised arms waving before the ridiculously catchy Feel Like Home (strongest new song in my opinion) and To Be Loved end the main set. A heartfelt cover of Firestarter in memory of Keith Flint starts the encores and they absolutely nail it. They don’t try to “Papa Roach” it, they just play it as it is meant to be and you can tell they love it as do the Geordie throng as it brings the house down!

Infest and Born For Greatness see the night out leaving a sweaty mess of people to make their way home. This was an arena performance in a smaller venue, the band were tight, giving it 110%. Jerry Horton on guitar is a perfect right-hand man to Shaddix, whilst Tobin Esperance and Tony Palmero provide a monster rhythm section. Jacoby was on fire not making do with just a first few rows crowd surf he waded out all the way to the back of the room never missing a beat. Way way back Papa Roach played Northumbria Uni and was possibly the hottest gig I’ve ever been to. The band came to our club night upstairs afterwards and I still remember Jacoby (Coby Dick at the time) dancing to the Foo Fighters having the best time. Watching him onstage now he seems like he’s still that same guy a few years older maybe, but still having the best time.

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