ADAM LITTLEMORE is an instrumental ambient solo musician from Sunderland. He has gigged all over the North East and has played at the biggest music venues around the North East. he has just release his new 3 track debut EP at Miner’s Hall Studio, Sunderland and is really looking forward to be playing his new tracks at his favorite place in Newcastle.
THE GENTLEMAN BUSKER – is an English/Scottish
(Shetland) folk/rock singer-songwriter from Morpeth Northumberland. initially a drummer in various bands with a yearning to learn other instruments, Willis adopted the guitar and changed musical direction though still keeps the fire of drumming alive through energetic emotional performances.
“His bellowing lungs will leave you stunned and amazed! With honest, heartfelt originals and entertaining covers with a twist”
TOM MOUSE SMITH – is a 14 year old Singer Songwriter from County Durham. Now with almost 18k Facebook follows he is a formidable social media presence. Already an accomplished guitarist In his short career he has supported The Charlatans, Shed Seven, James Bay and Catfish and the Bottlemen (three times). He’s the youngest ever performer at Kendal Calling, Festival No 6 and Liverpool Sound City. He’s had two singles played on BBC Introducing and also appeared on the charity recording of The Beatles classic Help! In aid of Syrian refugees alongside the cream of the North East Music Scene and again he stole the show. His single WDYE was recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios.
Plastic are a 4-piece alternative band hailing from the North East. With influences ranging from math rock to pop and beyond, the band have mesmerised audiences up and down the country with their own brand of carefully composed, melodic indie pop. Described as “balls out from start to finish”, expect bigger and better things from the Teesside-based band in 2019.
EIGENGRAU – is an instrumental post-rock/post-metal band from Newcastle this isn’t a dirty word. It isn’t fashionable. It isn’t big and is isn’t clever. Eigengrau isn’t comfortable or easy. Neither is it rock and roll. It isn’t a slogan, a banner or a placard. It isn’t the Next Big Thing or a flash-in-the-pan. Eigengrau is not a lifestyle choice. It’s not your friend. It’s not your mother. It is not a viable solution. It’s not your only hope.