🎈Celebrate Everything 🎈
An all day event, showcasing an eclectic variety of the best and brightest emerging acts. Ran by Sad For Life Records & the team that brought you Heelapalooza.
🎤 Dylan Cartlidge –
A singer, rapper, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist with a bristly mix of vintage soul and rock informed by working-class hip-hop. Featured on BBC Two’s The Mighty Redcar, he signed a major publishing deal during the documentary’s production, and in 2019 issued the Monsters Under the Bed EP through Glassnote Records.
🎷Ronald Raygun –
Displaying their own brand of laissez-faire funk, infused with electronic and psychedelic pop. Gaining a snowballing notoriety after their first release ‘All I Know’, and making a name for themselves with flamboyant, punchy and memorable live shows wherever they go.
🌑 Van Houten –
A Psychedelic – Pop band whose origins lie in the same vein as Lo-Fi Indie artists such as Ariel Pink, Jay Som and Mac Demarco. Over time, through rigorous experimentation, the band have discovered new ways of capturing and producing their music, taking on more influence from the psychedelic sounds of the sixties and early seventies and have crafted a refined sound that is packed with colorful sonic textures, and dense soundscape which provide an effortless platform for the Pop melodies and catchy hooks.
🐁 Mouses –
The bastard offspring of Jesus and Marychain meets a seriously twisted and distorted version of Weezer. Masters of their own DIY safe space ‘Mousetival’, this duo work tirelessly to promote individuality and gender fluidity. They maintain their frantic live show energy through their own brand of fuzzed up melodic punk.
🌊 Travis Shaw –
Atmospheric alt-rock singer-songwriter from the North East Coastal Town Saltburn. Fresh from a debut EP release and sold out first show. Travis will draw you in an keep you hooked on every word.
🖤 Palace Watson –
Urgent blasts of post-hardcore. Their music is a living, breathing piece of art created through what can only be described as polished emo. Vibes of Placebo and At The Drive In reign through.
🏔 Mt. Misery –
Cute folk for cute folks. They’ll make you want to nod your head and hug your neighbour. BBC Intro favs fresh from pretty much every festival in the north east – including This Is Tomorrow.
🧺 Picnic –
Colourful, sax-driven funk-pop from the sunny suburbs of Sunderland. This band are heaps of fun and a living musical embodiment of the events name.
& More TBA
Tyne Bank Brewery
Tickets £9 (+£1 booking fee) ::