Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Some Rebel Yells!

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Some Rebel Yells!

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Black rebel motorcycle club: STOP

From the offset, this is a fantastic, guitar dominated stomper. Stop is loud, brash, thrash indie rock just the way I like it! The lead vocals are eerily similar to a certain mono-browed singer we all love to hate and in fact, the unrelenting guitar-led melodies and in your face attitude that's evident from every thumping chord brings back fond memories of early Oasis. If the aptly named trio's forthcoming album Take Them On, On Your Own is filled with top-notch anthems like this, their current cult following could widen to national success and recognition.

KATE LOWERY

RICHARD JOHN THOMPSON: HIDDEN DAYLIGHT

The debut album by Durham lad Richard is particularly impressive and accomplished for someone making their first mark on the music industry. Having already launched himself on the local gig scene and recording the tracks at the Cluny studios, he and his band will undoubtedly already have a following and it's important that we support our own Northern talent. …

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