The Green Room Stage

The Green Room is The Georgian Theatre’s baby sibling and is Stockton’s first ‘micro-venue’, it has been home to some wonderfully intimate performances since opening in 2012.

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eat-fast

10.15pm Eat Fast

Quickly becoming one of the year’s bands to watch thanks to some impressive praise from the likes of Steve Lamacq, the Guardian and Noisey (they’re “Newcastle’s best new band” according to DIY). A tour with Honeyblood and their own sold out show in Newcastle late last year have firmly established them as a live force to be reckoned with. Miss this set at your peril!

future-horizons

9.15pm Future Horizons

Post-rock. Post-metal. Post-hardcore. Hartlepool’s bright young radgepackets will leave you as deaf as the proverbial with a blistering blend of emotional and technical brilliance. One of the North-East’s most unique offerings.

casual-threats

8.15pm Casual Threats

With a frenetic and pulsating live show and an album release last year, Tyneside’s colourful post-punk raconteurs build on last year’s Life From Below album with all-action aggressive drumming, pummelling baselines and frantic guitar playing.

kobadelta

7.15pm Kobadelta

This superb Newcastle quintet provide atmospheric, psych-tinged rock. After the critically acclaimed release of their Metaphysical EP last year; their dark, brooding grooves are marking them out as ones to watch over the coming year.

james-leonard-hewitson

6.15pm James Leonard Hewitson

Everyone’s talking about JLH at the moment. He’s set the world of indie blogs alight with his consistent and frequent releases of witty, intelligent and Pavementesque indie pop. With full band in tow expect an affable and sunny blend of psychedelia, surf rock, and indie rock melodies.

mongeese-fwi

5.15pm Mongeese

On a mission to make noise and party hard, Newcastle’s Bares are guaranteed to get you punching the air. Emote like you’ve never emoted before to their urgent and energetic brand of anthemic indie punk.

 

ridley-woof

4.15pm Ridley Woof

Play listed on 6Music and described as a “very good thing indeed,” Ridley Woof are purveyors of dark, inventive, soulful pop, with sharp lyrics and an honest tone. Quirky and expressive; a range of influences twist and turn their way through synthesisers, brass and percussion as you take in the rich sounds on offer.

slurs

3.15pm Slurs

Up and coming Newcastle trio with an ear for big choruses and a penchant for razor-sharp social commentary. Often described as alt-pop, they mix post-punk, indie and rock into fuzzy bangers that will feed your brain and move your feet.

samantha-durnan

2.15pm Samantha Durnan

With support slots for Ed Sheeran and The Hoosiers under her belt, multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Samantha Durnan is here to sooth the savage Stockton Calling beast ahead of the release of her debut album in June.

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