NEWISM Presents // Georgia May + Kate Bond + Frankie Jobling + FALLU

Sat 19th March 2022 7pm - 10pm £5

Venue Space, Cobalt Studios, 10-16 Boyd Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 1AP

The Venue Space is fully wheelchair accessible.
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PM Music presents: NEWISM (North East Women In Soul Music) 
After their stellar debut, NEWISM are back.
Bringing you a night of the region’s best current and upcoming female soul artists, featuring: Georgia May, Kate Bond, Frankie Jobling and FALLU


Georgia May is a Soulful vocalist, born and raised in Newcastle upon Tyne with Nigerian roots. Her sound is defined by soothing timbres exposing contrasting emotions of lust and heartache with a poetic lyrical narrative. She’s heavily influenced by 90’s hip hop, RnB and acoustic soul. Georgia’s captivating live vocals are complimented by Daps on keyboards, bringing jazzy chords with a gospel influence. The duo perform a variety of original material along with a few stylised covers.

Kate Bond: Born and raised in Bradford, Kate is a Neo Soul/R&B singer songwriter now based in the north east. Her songs are often written from an intersectional feminist perspective, her lyrics inspired by the cheek and charm of Joy Crookes and Amy Winehouse. Her debut single was featured on BBC Radio 1, and she has been chosen as a BBC tip for 2022

FALLU is an alternative R&B artist, incorporating elements of neo-soul and psychedelia into her unique tones. After being told she was ‘too northern’ for London drama school, Karla Farrar began her new endeavours as FALLU in Manchester, emerging onto the scene with her debut single ‘Eventually’ in May 2019. With support from BBC introducing, FALLU also established herself as a diverse artist, featuring on garage track ‘Time’ with Leeds based record label 1forty. FALLU is now bursting onto the Newcastle music scene psychedelic spectrum of colour and funky bass rhythm ‘Sunshine Down’ that was released April 2021.

Frankie Jobling is an R’n’B singer and songwriter from Newcastle. After studying music in Manchester, she returned to her native North East and continued honing her sound and unique voice. Influenced by old school soul and jazz titans such as Aretha Franklin and Billie Holiday, Frankie’s sultry R’n’B vibes stay true to those roots whilst bringing them into a more contemporary world

This event is in partnership with Generator and Youth Music