Samuel Broadbent is one of several photographers chronicling the punk scene in the North East of England, and in particular the gigs of Serial Bowl Records. We thought readers would enjoy some of his excellent photographs.

“ I do enjoy the punk scene so much as there is a great sense of humour from some from the bands, what they sing and they are also very entertaining. I also love the great music and especially the shouting from the bands and crowds. You can make so many friends and socialise with friends with the same taste in music.”

 

Two fingers on the cheek from all at Hifi Pig!

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