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Band Profile: The Bacchae NME- "A Dirty, skuzzy garage-rock band whose tracks sound like they were actually recorded in a shed in Detroit by Nick Zinner from Yeah Yeah Yeahs. 'Man' in particular makes us want to neck a bottle of JD, turn up the stereo and shake it like a Polaroid picture." www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9605/ | 984 hits
Live Review: The Bacchae The Bacchae came onto the stage in costumes of various stripes. The band comprise Harriet Hyde doing vocals (a good line in slurred rock wastrel), Jockstrap Jim as the rock guitarist, Dave Vachon on bass and Rob The Fox playing the organ. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9971/ | 542 hits
Live Review: Hella Cholla + Fran Rodgers + The Bacchae It's already the penultimate Futuresound heat but nobody seems to be tiring just yet. In fact, given this evening's exciting array of artists, there will perhaps be a higher number of people disappointed to see the competition wind up than those relieved to push it towards its conclusion. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9878/ | 619 hits
Band Profile: Mother/Destroyer Mother/Destroyer are Irish Joe, Lee Turner (Jon Jones and the Beatniks Movement) and Dom McCready (The Bacchae/Black Moth). www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14445/ | 233 hits
Band Profile: Black Moth Six months ago, a Leeds 60s garage punk band (The Bacchae) were experiencing seismic shifts in their tastes and mentality with a dark rumbling beneath the surface and their heavier influences began to flood their veins. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13567/ | 2,446 hits
News Article: Line up for Brainwash Festival V announced The line up for Brainwash Festival V has been announced this week, with around 50 bands scheduled to appear on stages at both the Brudenell Social Club and Royal Park Cellars venues between 22nd and 24th October 2010. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13290/ | 467 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - A Collection of Calamity: Volume One This review is being submitted later than intended due to the initial CD not having the correct postage, and after paying the difference, the post office managed to redirect it around Leeds before it arrived on my doormat. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/12562/ | 499 hits