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The Adult Teeth Recording Company is a label committed to showcasing new acts from Hull, including but not limited to the genres of indie, alternative, electronic, ambient, experimental and spoken word [...]
A legendary local nightspot of the 1960s, the Locarno was the place to be until its closure in 1971. [...]
The following post originally appeared on Joe Solo's website (find it here) and is reproduced here with Joe's permission (and a big thank you). So, Joe, Resolve Records then... [...]
Vital Records was formed in 1980 by Nik Townend (after the Akrylykz split) and Nick Stewart, a former art student. [...]
Wellington Club flyer from 1980, kindly donated by promoter/musician Tony Menzies.
The place to be in 1983. Dingwalls was one of a chain of six regional clubs owned by the manager of the London Dingwalls, Peter Gross along with top promoter Harvey Goldsmith [...]
On 12th August 2013, Hull Music Limited took the keys for O'Rileys, which had been turned from a closed down snooker/pool hall into the beginnings of a live music and entertainment venue by its new owner, who found he did not have enough time to run the building and offered it out on a five year lease. [...]
I started my shop first (10 foot square) in Cotta Court in Cottingham, which was like a scene from a spaghetti western. All it needed was the tumbleweed blowing down the street; I swear you could actually hear eerie harmonica being played from the rooftoops by some mute midget in a top hat every time you went down there...
We have been around now for over 30 years. We first opened as "Golden Oldie" on Princes Ave where Pave [cafe bar] is now. After a few happy years there we moved a few doors down and after that to our current home on Cottingham Road where we became simply "G.O. Records". We have followed the market from vinyl to cassettes then CDs and now many are going back to vinyl.