Thursday, 18 June 2015

LoGOz Westgarth Middlesbrough 12 06 15

Well it's only took me a week but here is one of my sporadic blogs.

Friday 12th June LoGOz were down on Teeside in the smogtastic Middlesbrough, playing at the Westgarth Social Club. First time here for the lads and, after tonight, hopefully not the last. A great evening was had by all.

Newtown Neurotics
Main band were Newtown Neurotics with their brand of original 70's punk rock and travelling support Flies on You from Leeds. This gig was hosted by the most genial Mr Steve Harland and his compadre Mr Martin Mathers - who I am yet to meet by the way ;) - more please guys!

Flies On You
For myself as a photog, the night was perfect. Although it was pretty dark, the onstage lights were old school tungsten spots. They beat the arse off these horrible LED things that venues use these days.  

As ever, if anyone wants to use my shots or indeed see any more from the night, just get in touch:


Newtown Neurotics

Flies on You

Flies On You

Newtown Neurotics

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Saturday 11 April 2015 LoGOz Criminal X and the Blood at The Black Bull Gateshead

Another evening spent at the punktastic Doll @ The Black Bull in Gateshead with the band I manage, LoGOz, as they played with Midlands punks Criminal X and back on the scene punk legends The Blood.

A rather full Doll saw LoGOz kick off the evening with a boistrously noisy  30 minute blast through their original punk pop rock and roll repertoire. This was new drummer Harry's second gig behind the kit and what a stormer he played. LoGOz were followed by an aggressive, in yer face, 40 minute set by Criminal X and the evening topped off with the aforementioned Cardinal fronted punk legends The Blood, who blessed us with their tremendous hymns.

The Blood

Criminal X
Pints were drank (and worn), ears were deafened and Bishops were bashed. 

A rather interesting night to say the least in many ways and another great one for the lads.

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Criminal X

The Blood
The Blood

The Blood

All photographs (c) Clemmy Scotswood

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

LoGOz Lionheart FM Alnwick 12 12 14

Friday night saw LoGOz travel north to the home of Lionheart FM Radio, which is in the historic town of Alnwick. It was bloody freezing in the town, famous as being the home of Hogwarts, but by the time everyone had climbed 3 flights of stairs, to Chaz Ellis’ studio, with full stage kit, jackets and jumpers were removed and sweat was emitted. 

This was the lads’ second appearance on Chaz’s SCHOOLS OUT early evening, weekly slot, Peesh and Paul having played an acoustic session back in September. Tonight was different as the whole band were playing a live, on the radio, fully plugged in session for the first time ever. 

So after having rearranged the studio and it’s adjoining rooms, the lads blasted through a sound check and onto the show proper with an update interview and 3 live unregulated tracks including a festive offering of John Lennon’s Merry Xmas (War is Over) having its first ever airing. 

Tonight was a wide angle affair as conditions were cramped and a high ISO high grain situation too, as there was plenty of movement but not plenty of light.


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Sunday, 25 May 2014

South Shields Food Fest

Festival time again, whether large or small, great time of year, great place to start; South Shields!
Aye, the South Shields Food Festival.
Tony Guerilla had a music stage on there today and two thirds of LoGOz (guitar men Peesh and Paul) closed the day with a tasty wee set, their first acoustic live one ever I believe!
The rain held off and the sounds went down well… like the food…
Here’s a few shots of the lads in action.

Sunday, 11 May 2014

LoGOz. The Barrels Alehouse, Berwick 9 May 2014

Friday evening, this weekend (9th May), was spent at the world famous Barrels Alehouse in Berwick Upon Tweed, in one of the most intimate yet exciting venues going. A small but appreciative crowd turned out to see LoGOz first appearance in the town. 

The show was special for more than that as it was a double setter, the first being a performance of the album ‘Psycho Radio’ in its entirety and the second set comprising of recently released single ‘Hello Lonely’ and tracks for the forthcoming summer ep and second album tentatively titled ‘Tropical Apocalypse’.

This was one of those rare occasions where I resorted to using flash. If anyone has ever been downstairs in The Barrels they will know why!

A great evening was had by all and hospitality from Jaki and her staff was tremendous!!