Out On The Wiley Windy Moor…

wuthering heights

Catherine Bush recorded her first demo under the financial guidance of Dave Gilmour from Pink Floyd. Presenting it with shaky hands to giants EMI, they signed her and she quickly issued her fist single. The self penned ‘Wuthering Heights’ went straight to number making her the very first British female solo artist to accomplish this … Continue reading Out On The Wiley Windy Moor…

Forgotten Insects – The Rise And Fall Of Altered Images

The birth of this band from the wee darkest depths of Glasgow happened purely by accident in around 1980. Scruffy school mates by the strangest names of Tich, Tinny, Johnny and Caesar were struggling to get away from the school dances and town halls, getting paid peanuts to sweaty, drunken crowds of kids whose ears … Continue reading Forgotten Insects – The Rise And Fall Of Altered Images

There’s A Worm In My Head And A Fish In My Bed…

Nestled quietly South West from Birmingham off the infamous M5, sits Stourbridge. Unassuming and fairly shadowed by the great Midlands city, it presented to the British indie pop scene a misshapen motley crew of four young men in 1986 who called themselves The Wonder Stuff. It was the brain child of it’s front man Miles … Continue reading There’s A Worm In My Head And A Fish In My Bed…

Pink Hair andAll Good Round Sauce. It must be Fuzzbox!

Somewhere back in the early to mid Eighties, (no one exactly knows when) four dizzy school girls got together and decided to do something with their lives in Birmingham rather than be destined to grace the checkouts in their local Tesco’s. Sisters Jo and Maggie Dunne (four years older) were eagerly learning to play lead … Continue reading Pink Hair andAll Good Round Sauce. It must be Fuzzbox!