PARIS MONSTER | 28.09.18 | Newcastle Think Tank | REVIEW and PHOTOS

PARIS MONSTER | 28.09.18 | Newcastle Think Tank | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Paris Monster – 28th September 2018 – Newcastle Think Tank

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

I missed Paris Monsters show over at Surf Cafe earlier this year (or late last year time seems to fly so quickly) and now I’m kicking myself even harder having witnessed just how good they are!! Simply mesmerising from the get-go this duo have you in the palm of their hands. Soul/funk/disco/grunge it’s all here in a big melting pot pretty much defying being put into any genre! Moving swiftly past the fact they’re a two-piece whose drummer plays keyboards and sings at the same time it’s actually the songs that will remain with you and the talent that just oozes out of the pair of them as they play.
Josh Dion is king of the multi-task keeping the drum beat with feet and left hand, keyboard melodies and more drums with the right hand and a voice that could rival pretty much anyone I have ever seen. Geoff Kraly, however, isn’t just any old bass player either half of the melodies you hear and assume are keyboards are actually his bass. The funk of A Vision Complete has me wishing for a time when these old legs of mine could bust some moves. I was reminded at times and as excited of the first times I heard Pigeonhed. The soulful sound of Moles had the goosebumps at attention and even just typing this now has set them off again.
At one point Josh came stage front and sang unaccompanied and floored the whole room I turned to a friend and we both had that same jaw dropped “ Holy shit “ look on our face! It was gospel-like and if anything was ever going to turn me to religion it could a voice like this.
The album is out shortly so go get it and brace yourself for the next time they tour I really want everyone to go see this band and make them as huge as they deserve but Part of me also wants to keep them that little secret between those that know but I’m not that selfish though!

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RODDY WOOMBLE | 11.10.18 | Newcastle Cluny | REVIEW and PHOTOS

RODDY WOOMBLE | 11.10.18 | Newcastle Cluny | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Roddy Woomble – 11th October 2018 – Newcastle Cluny

Roddy Woomble returns to Newcastle for a triumphant ‘solo’ gig. He’s joined by the talented multi-instrumentalist; Andrew Mitchell. He jokes that it’s actually a two-piece act, as they both write and record the songs under his name. Since Andrew joined Idlewild the pair seem to have formed a strong creative bond.

Roddy Woomble – 11th Oct 2018 – Newcastle Cluny

Shooting Of local solo act proved a fitting choice for support. Shooting Of, aka Paul Jeans is well established in the region and remarkably this is the first time I’ve seen him live. His traditional song type structures with thought-provoking lyrics. His voice has quite a range, his vocal performance really stood out to me, hugely impressive talent and he gained quite a warm reception from those who’d came down early. 

Shooting of - 11th Oct 2018 - Newcastle Cluny
Shooting of – 11th Oct 2018 – Newcastle Cluny

Speaking to Scott Hutchison before his death we talked about influences and how early Idlewild had played a part in guiding Mastersystem grunge/rock sound. He talked so enthusiastically about them, that I went on a bit of a re-visit of the early stuff, and have since found Idlewild’s debut Hope Is Important back in the regular rotation on my hi-fi! Roddy has quite a humble manner, but his back catalogue is truly remarkable, diverse and with that unmistakable voice and phrasing, full of character and metaphorical lyrics, he has become a Scottish institution. 

Roddy Woomble – 11th Oct 2018 – Newcastle Cluny

Tonight they offered a really nice set, covering highlights from across his career with a sprinkling of new gems. You Held The World In Your Arms in it’s stripped back form, delighted fans signing along word for word in the front row. Packed with highlights such as Waverley Steps (with its humorous intro!), Little Discourage, Like Caruso and the smash hit that never was; American English. There’s a lot of love in the room, such a great night! Roddy mentioned that a new Idlewild album is done and due out next Spring, hopefully, that’ll bring a full band tour back to Newcastle!

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STEVE HACKETT (Genesis Revisited) | 07.10.18 | Gateshead Sage | REVIEW and PHOTOS

STEVE HACKETT (Genesis Revisited) | 07.10.18 | Gateshead Sage | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Steve Hackett Genesis Revisited with The Heart Of England Orchestra – 7th October 2018 – Gateshead Sage

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

The lights go down at 7:30pm and I’m trying to remember how many times that I have seen Steve Hackett since that Spectral Mornings tour all those years ago. The count is swiftly put to one side as the familiar melody and drum salvo intro of Dance On A Volcano kicks off this first of the evenings two sets. The six-piece already look comfortable and why wouldn’t they be having the back up of a 41 piece orchestra belting out behind them!

This tour is unique in that sense as it’s the first Genesis Revisited tour where Steve has taken out a full orchestra on tour Steve to take these timeless classics to a new level! Oh, my word it works more than you can try and explain in words!

Solo career tracks Out Of Body and The Steppes follow the Genesis opener and the latter of the two is just incredible. The orchestra adds so much cinematic quality and depth to this desert-themed tune it just soars!! Back to the archives and a track that if anyone else had in their catalogue it would be an encore or at least a set closer it’s such a fantastic piece Firth of Fifth. This is an absolute showstopper of a performance Nad Sylvan is probably the best I’ve seen him his confidence is just spot on hitting every note but as ever it’s THAT solo from Steve that leaves jaws on the floor!

Nad Sylvan

Bolstered by the strings and brass of the orchestra this time it just feels so new and exciting and has everyone wondering how they can follow that for the rest of the night! Dancing With The Moonlit Knight that’s how!!! From the Selling England album (which Steve is performing in full on next years tour) Nad yet again shines delivering some of (in my opinion) Gabriel’s finest lyrics ever with ease and dramatic flair! That’s not to say the band have it easy this track, in particular, has a lot going on and builds from a folk song like intro into a mad mix of time signatures handled with ease by the rhythm section of Gary O’Toole & Jonas Reingold on drums and bass respectively! Gary is featured on the more gentle Blood On The Rooftops before set one closes with a HUGE sounding Shadow Of The Hierophant receiving a standing ovation before a deserved interval!!

The double hit of Wind & Wutherings’ In That Quiet Earth & Afterglow gets the second set well and truly underway featuring Rob Townsend (Sax, flute, percussion) at the centre of it all. As the fade out into Afterglow kicked in it felt like the only thing missing was those old Boeing landing lights that created that iconic image of the band in photos of old.

Two more solo tracks Serpentine Song (written about Steve’s father) and the percussive El Niño are up next the latter showcasing Steve’s guitar work and various techniques to the max. Possibly progs most ambitious track closes the set … yep Suppers Ready, in all of its 29-minute glory every segment performed to perfection. I just sat immersed in the whole thing, the orchestra not only bolstering but adding so much more to its grandeur.

The final segment with Steve’s wailing solo, accompanied by 46 other musicians is something I won’t forget. This for most would have been enough but nope they return for the classic Musical Box with Roger King providing those familiar keyboard riffs around the sinister nursery rhyme tale and ferocious guitar work. A standing ovation on three tiers and rightly so. I have always said Hackett is an unsung hero of the guitar but those who know… know! Early in the set, Hackett said this tour was like all his Christmases in one and we were lucky to be a part of his early yuletide joy!

Massive praise to the Heart Of England Orchestra who absolutely nailed the arrangements Their conductor Bradley Thachuk led them brilliantly he was so into the performance turns out he grew up on rock and prog before going down the classical route so this was like his dream gig.

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L.A. GUNS | JARED JAMES NICHOLS | 02.09.18 | Newcastle Riverside | REVIEW and PHOTOS

L.A. GUNS | JARED JAMES NICHOLS | 02.09.18 | Newcastle Riverside | REVIEW and PHOTOS

L.A. Guns | Jared James Nichols – 2nd September 2018 – Newcastle Riverside

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

Opening the proceedings tonight is the blues power hero Jared James Nichols who is swiftly becoming a very familiar face in these parts having played with Walter Trout, Glenn Hughes, BOC, and Stone Broken to name just a few over the last two years or so! He is greeted with a friendly welcome as he kicks into gear with Don’t Be Scared from the Black Magic album. It’s kind of an odd pairing tonight as Jared is opening for LA Guns who are more steeped in the history of the more dirty rock ‘n’ roll of the LA strip than the fingerpicking blues groove he excels in HOWEVER it doesn’t take long for the Newcastle crowd to warm to the trio absolutely tearing it up through this short sharp set!!

Jared introduces Tracii Guns to the stage where they kick out the Sabbath Classic N.I.B and it’s obvious to all that they are just having a ball! Honey Forgive Me & Can You Feel It are two other originals aired tonight and like every other time I have seen Jared they end on a riotous version of Mountain Mississippi Queen by which time the crowd are firmly on board and queuing to meet the band and buy merch as soon as they leave the stage!

I’m pretty certain L.A. Guns never got to play Newcastle with any lineup so to see them here tonight on such top form was an absolute treat! The PA cranking Ozzy’s Diary of A Madman as an intro got the mood going especially with added live riffs from Tracii Guns side stage and then out they came straight into The Devil Made Me Do It from The Missing Peace album! Phil Lewis’s vocal was absolutely spot on every song old and new but for me, the star of the show was Tracii Guns! I knew the history of the band (Girl, GnR, etc) and remember playing tracks like One More Reason and Sex Action (both given a great outing here tonight too) at the rock clubs I DJ’d at but I have to admit I’d never realised what a fantastic player Tracii is! Not just the riffs and solos or the visuals like the violin bow solo but the technique and tone was just awesome.

Rip & Tear and The Ballad Of Jayne were another couple of highlights. Along with covers of I Wanna Be Your Man and Red House before bringing Jared James Nichols back out to take part in what they call the Jelly Jam! The whole band just seem at ease with themselves playing old classics and new album cuts side by side much to the delight of the crowd who unlike a lot of bands of this ilk weren’t just there to see the hits Here’s hoping they don’t leave it as long for a second visit.

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MONO | 04.10.18 | Newcastle Cluny | REVIEW and PHOTOS

MONO | 04.10.18 | Newcastle Cluny | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Mono (Japan) – 4th October 2018 – Newcastle Cluny

Mono – 4th October 2018 – Newcastle Cluny

Having spent most of the day telling people to get down early to see the amazing Jo Quail, I arrived (annoyingly!) just as she was closing her set. I last saw her perform in Leeds Brudenell with postrock legends Caspian. I was determined to get down early and catch her set, but instead, I spent the time waiting for public transport. I was disappointed, but I was consoled and very pleased to hear from friends who managed to catch her set, that she was phenomenal. Hopefully, there will be more changes to catch her remarkable cello, pedal hopping antics in future.

A Storm of Light from New York were next up on the tour bill and I must admit I know nothing of their work prior to this tour announcement. They played what was to be a nice loud wake-up call ahead of the headliners. With their spacey doom songs played in almost total darkness, a video projection provided a suitably Orwellian distressing atmosphere. Standing at the front the sheer power of the rhythm section was mightly impressive. This tour is proof that you should always check out all bands on the bill, not just the headliners. Such incredible acts!

A Storm of Light - Cluny October 2018
A Storm of Light – Cluny October 2018

I felt unprepared for just how stunning Mono would be in a live setting. They vastly surpassed anything I could have imagined. Their orchestral arrangements for guitar proved all the more impressive and dramatic in a live setting. The sheer volume was something quite startling yet thoroughly enjoyable. Certainly is the loudest gig of the year for me, standing a few feet from the bass stack probably didn’t help! That bass rumbled so loud, you could feel every note as it rattled your brain and body to the core. Just amazing.

Mono – 4th October 2018 – Newcastle Cluny

Requiem for Hell was one of my favourite albums in 2016. That album found them moving in a more traditional post-rock direction. I’ve played that record to death. I had a sneaky look at the setlist as the band setup. I was very pleased to see the title track on the setlist!

The set closed on Ashes In The Snow as revealed by the beautiful glockenspiel motif makes way for some tremolo picked guitar builds a huge crescendo of guitar noise. The band leave the stage one by one, as guitarists Yoda and Taka are building walls of feedback with their pedalboards.

One of the loudest and most enjoyable gigs of 2018 for me. I feel very privileged to get to see them in Newcastle, I have waited to see them for years, but the opportunity never materialised. I’d have gladly travelled to see them perform. However, I feel the Cluny with it’s new and outrageously loud PA system is truly the perfect venue to see them perform. That’s another bucketlist band ticked off! What a night!!

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EVIL BLIZZARD | 29.09.18 | Newcastle Think Tank | REVIEW and PHOTOS

EVIL BLIZZARD | 29.09.18 | Newcastle Think Tank | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Evil Blizzard – 29th September 2018 – Newcastle Think Tank

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

I’ll hold my hands up and admit I wasn’t at all familiar with the bands material pre-gig but at times that can be a good thing. Apart from the visual side of things (mannequin head, clown makeup, pig mask and more) the first real impact Evil Blizzard make is that there are four bass players up here along with a singing drummer and a keyboard/sampler! It certainly gets you wondering what the hell is going to happen.

You get your answer pretty soon as the band kick into Hello the opening track from their latest album; The Worst Show In The World a tremendously catchy beat and bassline gets fists pumping and crowd dancing! Fast Forward Rewind is another high light from that album and older numbers like Are You Evil and Slimy Creatures keep everyone happy and bouncing Throughout the set there is a lot of self-deprecating humour between band and crowd (chants of “you’re shit and you know you are“ signs telling the crowd to boo “hello Sunderland“ for example) but the tunes are anything but comedy Pinches of Killing Joke/PIL/Hawkwind can be heard in the swirling echoing delivery and it is just relentless with just those four bass guitars providing the riffs! A six string did make a brief appearance though, as well as a theremin type device disguised as a severed dolls head providing yet another disturbing image as it was held out for all to lay their hands on and create weird noises from!

I have to reiterate just how much their tunes pull you in every track almost trance-like. For their final gesture the last track sees the band inviting as many of the crowd as possible onto the stage as they play away through the tune and slowly one by one they somehow pass their instruments to crowd members unnoticed until they have left the stage only the sequencer making sense as fans play a cacophony of notes until the bands disappearing has been confirmed and the PA shut off!! I think they are definitely a live experience and I would definitely go again now knowing what can happen! I won’t say “expect “ as I reckon with these, anything can and will happen at a live show.

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MARK LANEGAN AND DUKE GARWOOD | 01.10.18 | Gateshead Sage | REVIEW and PHOTOS

MARK LANEGAN AND DUKE GARWOOD | 01.10.18 | Gateshead Sage | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood – 1st October 2018 – Gateshead Sage

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

The gig was split into two sets with Lanegan & Garwood performing their albums Black Pudding and their latest release With Animals in their entirety one album per set I always think it’s a brave move doing an album in full but doing two is even bigger a risk. However, they pulled it off beautifully! Mark Lanegan has a voice I have loved for years in his various projects and it was on fine form this opening night of the UK tour. I’ll admit I wasn’t too familiar with the Black Pudding album but I really enjoyed the feel of each track especially Death Rides A White Horse and Cold Molly. It felt like these songs should be heard in the desert around a fire as Garwood’s hypnotic guitar drew you in and Lanegan’s vocal held you there! At times it was very trippy especially when Lanegan added to the other three members guitars and keyboards by taking a violin bow to a guitar set up like a double bass. It felt like the Shamen scene in Natural Born Killers at one point!

The second set of With Animals I was more familiar with as I’ve been listening to the album quite a bit lately. Again multi-instrumentalist Duke Garwood was at the core of every song providing rich tones and melodies for Mark to provide his delivery over. Title track With Animals was outstanding, but I could be biased as I’ve had the refrain from that going round in my head since first listen so hearing it loud and live just topped it off!!

Save Me & Feast to Famine are also two of the finest album and gig openers you could want for this style! It’s always an impressive sound at the Sage even more so when the whistling duet between Mark and Duke at the close of Lonesome Infidel is crystal clear. It suddenly dawned on me that everyone was hanging on every note and unlike a lot of gigs of late there was no (or very little) talking from audience members which is a testament to the performers.

An encore of I am The Wolf & Burning Seas (Mark and Duke solo songs) sees the night out and whilst not a concert of visual proportions (two lights red and blue) and not a lot of interaction apart from a couple of thank you’s, I think musically it’s a show that will stay with a lot of people for some time.

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RODDY WOOMBLE | 01.10.18 | Perth Theatre | REVIEW

RODDY WOOMBLE | 01.10.18 | Perth Theatre | REVIEW

Roddy Woomble – 1st October 2018 – Perth Theatre

Review by Sarah Sarti

This morning l woke up in ltaly, took a flight to Edinburgh, left my stuff in Glasgow and jumped on a train to Perth. Why?, you may wonder. Tonight in Perth Theatre there was the first (ok, no, the second, cos last night they played in a tipi in Dell of Abernethy!) gig of the last leg of Roddy Woomble tour, following last year’s release “The Deluder”. His fourth solo studio album is probably his most articulate and heterogeneous work, and since l have never seen Idlewild live either, l am pretty excited about tonight. For this part of the tour Roddy is supported by long time Idlewild companion Andrew Wasylyk playing both piano and guitar.

The set includes the enchanting “A Skull With A Teardrop”, an “Attempt To Be Romantic” in his own words and “To Feel Like A Fool” from his last album and old gems like “My Secret Is My Silence” and “Waverley Steps”. There is also space for a bunch of stripped down ldlewild song, like “You Held The World In Your Arms”, “American English” and “A Little Discourage”.

The last treats of the evening are a brand new Idlewild song “Forever New” and a cover from the songwriter Billy Fay, “Be Not So Fearful”.

A beautiful and moving evening, l advise you with all my heart to catch him live acoustic over the next couple of months before he gets back to the rock dimension we all know as ldlewild ♡

HARDWICK LIVE FESTIVAL | AUGUST 2018 | Hardwick Hall Teeside

HARDWICK LIVE FESTIVAL | AUGUST 2018 | Hardwick Hall Teeside

Hardwick Live Festival 2018 | AUGUST 2018 | Hardwick Hall Teeside

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

Set in the vast grounds of Hardwick Hall Hotel the annual Hardwick Live festival this year spread itself over two days. This was the first time I had been to the festival and I have to say it really impressed me! The one down side, for me that is, is its location there’s a lot of walking even before getting to the entrance and although it’s through a beautiful woodland setting it’s crippling if you’ve got any mobility issues.

Once through the gates the discovery stage was already in full swing with Beth Macari and her band belting out a set of soul, funk and pop which Beth’s voice suits perfectly adapting to each style with ease. Next up on the same stage I caught a bit of Wild Front with a very good indie pop-rock vibe I can see these guys moving up the bill at fests in no time at all Off down the field to the main stage for Lucy Spraggan and even at this early stage in the day the arena has filled nicely and she is given a great welcome and rightly so as her songwriting has an honest quality telling stories everyone can relate to!

A quick sit down and then back to main stage for Jake Shears and I have to say this was the revelation of the day!! Yeah, I expected an energetic showman having seen him with Scissor Sisters but this was off the chart !! Start to finish he never stopped he must have completed a marathon in the space of the hours set !! A brilliant performance of high energy pop with a fantastic backing band (featuring Mr Hudson on bass and My Morning Jackets drummer). The crowd absolutely loved it especially when he pulled out Scissor Sisters hits Laura, Take Your Mama and I Don’t Feel Like Dancing in between songs from his solo album!

Ash are up next and once again prove why they are still around and being invited to perform at festivals far and wide as well as headline tours ! Everyone ( who isn’t a big fan ) thinks they know only a couple of songs until they start belting them out Goldfinger, Kung Fu, Shining Light, A Life Less Ordinary, Burn Baby Burn all received like long lost friends Orpheus reminds me of just how heavy a riff they can write and of course Girl From Mars just causes uproar!!! Tim Wheeler still looks like he’s not long out of school and Mark Hamilton still wields his bass like he’s having an epic light sabre battle. Rick Murray completes the trio keeping the beat perfectly and reminding everyone just how good these three are together.

There’s just no way to review Vintage Trouble and convey how good they are live in just words and pictures. Hell, even the albums don’t do that and they’re great!!! They’ve toured the world opening for the biggest bands of our time and every gig they just have that crowd in the palm of their hands! The mix of rock, soul, gospel and showmanship all come together and get you right where it counts!! Ty Taylor is the perfect frontman not only does he have the moves and THAT voice but also the ability to connect with every single person in a crowd no matter how big it is putting his trust in them crowd surfing from the sound desk to the stage and frequently joining them from the stage. But the music is as it should be too BLOODY GOOD!! Blues Hand Me Down and Nancy Lee never get Old and the new songs aired today are destined to be fan favourites in no time.

A quick hobble back to the Discovery stage to catch part of Nick Pride & The Pimptones set and the band is already in full swing with their mix of jazz funk and soul. Latest singer Eliza fits right in with the boys and it’s clear to see she sees herself as a band member and not just a guest vocalist! They are so tight and together but what comes across most is they are having a great time and a lot of fun up there.

Headliners Kaiser Chiefs have a big job in front of them; following VT but they take the challenge head on coming out in front of a huge KC neon sign and lights blazing straight into Everyday I Love You Less And Less. Ricky Wilson kept up the day’s theme of energetic frontmen bounding about the stage leaping from the drum riser etc throughout the set to an elated audience. Ruby & I Predict A Riot are the obvious massive crowd pleasers but they keep the tempo high all the way and also throw in Pinball Wizzard for good measure!! I had to set away towards the end of the set to make sure I could actually walk back to the coach stop but had an absolute blast of a day Such a shame I had to miss the second day with a line up of PIL, Echo and the Bunnymen, Feeder, Happy Monday’s and more . Next year I’m booking a room in the hotel!!

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ELVANA | 22.09.18 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

ELVANA | 22.09.18 | Newcastle O2 Academy | REVIEW and PHOTOS

Elvana – 22nd September 2018 – Newcastle O2 Academy

By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots)

Whilst the idea of Elvis singing rock/alt classics isn’t a new idea ( see The King, Dread Zeppelin for example ) Elvanas’ splicing of Presley & Cobain favourites has certainly struck a chord with crowds far and wide !! I think the main reason for this (aside from the songs ) is FUN, both band and crowd have just the best night. Elvis / Kurt has all the moves and the jumpsuits, we are treated to red, white and pink numbers tonight !! He also spends a lot of time in the pit with the fans handing out roses, singing from atop the side bar totally engaging with each and every member of the crowd!

Never gonna reinvent the wheel but where else can you see Elvis belting out Pennyroyal Tea one second and Viva Las Vegas the next. And when 1500 or so are jumping about smiling and singing every word who is to argue !! Go experience it it’s the only way to get the idea and like a pal said when I bumped into him “I am really enjoying this probably more than I should ” hahaha

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