Single Review: Michy Tree – ‘Floating House’

by Erin McGroovy Tits upon Tyne is all about showcasing strong, independent women and Michy Tree is no exception. Incredibly, 20-year-old Michelle Tree has written, produced, mixed and mastered single, ‘Floating House’ completely on her own. This is an extremely commendable feat, especially when taking into consideration the male dominated nature of the music industry.... Continue Reading →

Single Review: noyou – ‘Underneath The Pain’

by Amelia Thorpe Sunderland-based electro-pop outfit, noyou kick start 2021 with show-stopping new single, ‘Underneath The Pain’. Shared to all major music streaming platforms on February 26th, the heavily nostalgic offering sees the band reflect on feelings of self-doubt and uncertainty in relationships. ‘Underneath The Pain’ is an energetic, full-sounding track that possesses the same... Continue Reading →

Single Review: VENUS GRRRLS – ‘Goth Girl.’

by Erin McGroovy VENUS GRRRLS explode back onto the scene once again with single, ‘Goth Girl.’ Inspired by riot grrrl pioneers Bikini Kill, the Leeds queens battle not only age-old stereotypes of women in the music industry, especially within rock, but the stereotypes faced by those identifying in subcultures that are a little more out... Continue Reading →

Abnorm ‘Citrus’ – Single Review

By Amelia Thorpe Newcastle-based alt-rock outfit, Abnorm, open up about bad mental health days in their debut single ‘Citrus’. Released on September 18th, the up-and-coming five-piece kick started their discography with this strong offering, which is packed full of catchy melodies, emotive lyrics, and powerful, Paramore-esque vocals.  Despite having formed just months before the national... Continue Reading →

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