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Already 15 groups have been nominated to take part Sex on the side in of tamworth three heats in February. It will be their job to pick one winner from each night, who will go forward to a grand final along with the second highest-scoring group. On each of the heat nights the bands — who cover everything across the rock spectrum — will have just 20 minutes to impress the judges, and with five bands on each Iran sex no-one should have anytime to get bored! We will give more Sex on the side in of tamworth of each of the concerts in the next couple of weeks tamwoth for the time being hte your Sunday evenings in February and get ready to salute the Sdx in new rock talent within this ob barmy area.

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Tickets are now on sale for the show, from members of all the bands involved or directly from The William Tolputt Press, George Street. So far the contest has provoked good crowds, fine concerts and its usual share of elation, disappointment and controversy. Tonight promises to be just as tense and exciting as four bands attempt to win the overall award won in past years by One On One, Iin Point and most recently Wolfsbane. To decide who should win the prizes there will be pn judges. They will be judging the following four bands. After first conquering Tamworth, they have now fo praise in both Atherstone and Hte and are soon to spread their wings further.

Their passionate txmworth Cult-rock Sfx been compared to many bands sidee still has that extra, vital ingredient of originality. If they win tonight it will be the icing on a bountiful cake of recent success. Starting originally as a hippy band, the group soon smashed this concept Sex on the side in of tamworth a sound that was far heavier and more direct sidw the whimsical late Sixties image they attempted to portray. Solidly supported in Atherstone and increasingly popular in Tamworth, they have a vitality and enthusiasm which could well be rewarded with victory tonight. Strong, powerful metal music from a band with a hallmark of quality.

Modern influences abound but Adult xnx boys are very much their own scene-setters and they could be dark horses for inevitable glory. All four bands will be given their usual 20 minutes to win over the Arts Centre judges and the corwds before the eventual tamwortj is chosen. The winners will have a marvellous title to carry around with them for 12 months. The losers will have the satisfaction of knowing they at least reached the last four, and all the punters should have a night to remember for the rest of the year.

The battle lines are inn — let battle commence. Will all bands get to the Arts Centre by 5pm. Will judges arrive by 7. Another jam-packed Arts Centre audience was treated to four exciting, contrasting performances before tamwlrth delivered their eagerly-awaited result. It led to scenes of wild excitement from the Scream Dream camp which was no surprise considering this was only their isde ever concert. But that highest-scoring second was enough to dide them into the final and there they produced a far better performance which left their three opponents beaten. To lose in a final is always a disappointment but New Age Gypsies, Conspiracy and the excellent Kraze have every reason to feel proud for their fighting shows which won over large percentages of the audience.

It all began with the eventual winners, Scream Dream. The set was all over far too quickly but by the time it finished I was convinced that here is a new Tamworth band of real charisma, talent and ability. They were going to take some beating. Next up were New Age Gypsies who led the Atherstone assault on the Tamworth title with a show which I thought was the best I have ever seen from them. Any rough edges from previous shows had been clinically rooted out and discarded leaving the New Agers with clear crystalised sound with one foot in the Eighties and one in the Sixties.

The band, and their travelling support, seemed happy with the show. Could the standard be maintained we asked ourselves? The outfit, who had been so impressive in the heats kept up that high standard with a varied well-balanced and powerful show. Completing the show were The Conspiracythe only band who seemed to suffer from nerves on the night. Paul Bethel again impressed all who saw him and heard him although rock and roll credibility dipped somewhat when he had to take his mom home straight after the show! Still she seemed to quite like the concept. But this year it was Scream Dream who took the ultimate position and accolade. In just two shows they have already established themselves a a major force and there is no doubt that the confidence-booster that they have received by winning the prestigious award, will put them in very good stead for the future.

A fine band and a fine competition. And to complete a strong line-up we find a totally new and not entirely serious act who call themselves The Detroit Sinners. The bands on offer — with the exception of the Detroit Sinners — should now be known to local audiences thanks to the Battle of the Bands. Their sound has its roots in modern Sisterhood and latter-day punk and involves sterling guitar work and punishing vocals. The New Age Gypsies offers a rock-base dose of hippydom! Their debut show at the Arts Centre was both amazing and eye-opening and combines Velvet Underground sounds with a later Sixties atmosphere and attitude which was quite intoxicating.

It will be very interesting indeed to see how that translates to the wider theatre of the Tamworth Assembly Rooms. Cyn should appeal to people who like to hear rock in all its various shades and anyone who likes to hear first-class arrangements and first-class musicians. So five different bands and one very different concert. If you are interested in securing a seat, tickets and more details are available from band members. Battle of the Bands winners Scream Dream have landed their biggest show yet. The band have been lined up to appear alongside the likes of Sex Gang Children and The Bomb Party in a special alternative festival to be held in Birmingham next month.

The Tamworth combo earned their slot in the event after their first demo reviewed here shortly was picked up and praised by one of the organisers. As a goodwill gesture Scream Dream are organising a free coach to ferry supporters to the show and more details are available from band members. Despite a few technical hitches, Scream Dream did Tamworth proud. I was engulfed by both their on-stage smokescreen and their absorbing music. Which all makes this tape curiously disappointing. Maybe I was expecting something more, something more akin to their aggressive all-powerful live show and something far more dynamic.

It all sounds rather pedestrian and mid-paced and lacks the guts of its live equivalent. It should have been the lead track on the tape of that I have no doubt. The most positive thing about the tape is that it has already impressed people in the know. On the strength of it Scream Dream picked up their prestigious Sex Gang Children show and that must be regarded as a very good thing indeed. After all if people can see the talent of this combo from this unconvincing demo they will be completely overcome when they see the band produce the magic of their live set.

Rather like Catch 23 whose first demo disappointed me greatly after fine live concerts the band will soon reach the stage where their studio and stage presentations reach the same consistency. One step forward, two steps back. More details about the gig — and possible coach places are available from the group members. Tonight Friday Spiral Eye and Scream Dream team up for an exciting-looking Arts Centre double bill which is certain to attract a large local audience. Also tonight The Conspiracy take their power-rock to the virgin territory of Birmingham University and to complete the picture an all-new group The Ravens, appear at Tamworth Arts Centre on Sunday.

Both have slready wormed their way into local affection with their contrasting but over-ridingly memorable sounds. Spiral Eye are determined to bring a brand of space-rock to the Town, music based on and based from hallucinations. Scream Dream meanwhile are a little bit more conventional, a seething mass of powerchord, all-engulfing rhythms and first-class songs. Their impact has been immediate and looks set to be lasting. A very good double indeed which should appeal to all punters who like a walk on the wild side. The seering sounds of Conspiracy music will combine with that of other outfits in an attempt to entertain the boffins and the BOFs Do people still say BOFs by the way?

A big night for The Conspiracy, ten out of ten for getting this one. The young outfit — comprising Matt Starr, Daz Meads, Andy Wells and Nigel Pretty — play a hybrid mixture of 50s and 60s classics with a few of their own numbers thrown in for good measure. Rock and roll, Beatles tracks and one or two very well-known classics will be served up to the audience and singer Matt Starr is hopeful it will go down very well indeed. Indeed the odds of seeing Wolfsbane in a venue the size of Tamworth Arts Centre again are about the same as Tamworth signing Tony Cottee. You could tell it was going to be a great weekend as Aaron and the boys turned in a sparkling set of quality pop that stood out as a diamond in the dirt that stands for music these days.

Quite simply, with a little more refinement in the presentation there is nothing to stop these boys from becoming the next big Tamworth band and making the wonderful Phyllis James the happiest woman in Britain. I happen to know they thought they were awful. I thought they were brilliant. I wish I could say the same for Wolfsbane. The band is all about power, excitement, drive and catchy tunes. All that disappeared in a morass of wordy between-song raps from an over-emotional Bayley and some unnecessary clowning. I was nearly bored by this.

Until that is, we all rush down to our local record store to buy the album. The end of an era. Great blast Next up were Scream Dream, a truly nice bunch of lad who produce a great blast of noise on stage. Then came Wolfsbane for their last-ever Tamworth Arts Centre show. This was a sleazy bonfire of metal madness of the very best sort. They have now reached a peak of rage, and this was far more than four guys just getting on a stage and playing songs. This was a testament to Tamworth and its musicians.




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