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Interview: All My Friends Are Dead
Gavin Miller speaks with Leeds' newest post-rock prodigies All My Friends Are Dead | 1,703 hits
Band Profile: Invisible Friends
We do not have a biography for Invisible Friends | 168 hits
CD Review: All My Friends Are Dead - Untitled
Another group to add to the new movement of Leeds-based post-rock outfits, All My Friends Are Dead arrive with a three-track debut demo that, while showcasing a promising musical style, still feels a little unfinished. | 479 hits
News Article: Hollie Sheard & Friends reach 2008 UK Songwriting Contest semi-final
Hollie Sheard & Friends are through to the semi-finals of the 2008 UK Songwriting Contest - an international annual songwriting event - with both of the songs they submitted, "Untouchable" and "Is This Real". | 367 hits
Band Profile: Super Best Friends Club
We do not have a biography for Super Best Friends Club | 181 hits
CD Review: All My Friends Are Dead - Days Of Sleep
Falling somewhere between the orchestrated Icelandic experimental pop sound of Sigur Ros and the dynamics of the post-rock genre sits the Leeds based 5-piece All My Friends Are Dead. | 646 hits
Band Profile: Hollie Sheard & Friends
Music to melt your soul | 508 hits
News Article: Blind Dead McJones and Friends Jam NIght!
Blind Dead McJones and Friends is a Monthly jam night hosted by The Blind Dead McJones Band. The Jam Night will run the first Monday night of the month out of the Hop in Leeds (Granary Wharf, under the train station) and all musicians are invited to come down and join the Band for a few or perform on their own. | 272 hits
CD Review: Adem - These Are Your Friends
Cult chilled outfit Fridge have spawned yet another success with another 3rd of their ranks following in the footsteps of Four Tet and producing a damn fine solo project. | 483 hits
Band Profile: Work In Progress
Five friends doing fun covers! | 1,535 hits
Live Review: All My Friends Are Dead + The Lights (Leeds) + Nir Graham
Two things struck me when All My Friends Are Dead started playing. Just where the hell did these guys come from, and what took them so long? | 1,045 hits
Band Profile: All My Friends Are Dead
post-rock | 3,560 hits
Band Profile: Friends of the Family
Drums - Chris Jackson Bass - John Summers Vocals / Guitar - Michael Burton Guitar / Vocals - Benjamin Dunn Formed at the tail end of 2004, Friends of the Family are a collective of songwriters who met while studying for one degree or another at the University of Bradford. | 560 hits
Live Review: All My Friends Are Dead + I am Jack + Johnny Poindexter
I walk in to the Mixing Tin. It's just past nine o'clock and there's some movement on stage. Disconcertingly, Mr. | 753 hits
CD Review: Kid iD - Please Tell Your Friends
I like the cut of Mr. Pelleymounter's jib. Firstly, he's got a pretty fantastical last name. Secondly, his sleeve notes include the words, "If you like this music then feel free to copy, rip, burn and pass it on to as many people as you like." This is an important lesson for unsigned bands; just get your music out there. | 547 hits
Live Review: Monty Casino + Invisible Friends + The Frenzies + Laboratory Noise
It was tempting to add the PA to the line-up on this one, as it affected the night nearly as much as the bands... | 2,597 hits
CD Review: Del Scott Miller - My Timing Will Win Me Few Friends
After checking out some fantastic unsigned bands, I'm left with this CD on my desk staring up at me, expectant eye, awaiting a review. | 396 hits
Live Review: Blast + Diego Snail + The Glavins + Super Best Friends Club + X-Rippers + Spiral Scouts + King Capisce
For the last 8 years Willsborough Mill and Country Park has seen the locals of Barnsley and beyond descend to deliver a great day's festival. | 431 hits
Interview: My Passion
Sam Panasuik interviewed My Passion's Laurence Rene and Jamie Nicholls before their headline show at The Cockpit on 24th April 2011. They talk of festivals this summer, the new album and how they're hoping their friends The Blackout take them on tour in October or they will no longer be friends... | 828 hits
Band Profile: Me and My Friends
A delicious, imaginative, sunshine blend of folk, reggae and old-time roots roots, from a friendly, funky four-piece. | 939 hits
Venue: Friends of Ham
Top quality charcuterie and cheese, all washed down with craft beer and great wine. Find us on New Station St, Leeds. | 400 hits
Band Profile: Drax
2 friends from Leeds. | 60 hits
Band Profile: Above Them
Three friends, one band, no gimmicks. GOT MONEY TO BURN, GO HERE: | 1,101 hits
Band Profile: Redlights
4 piece Alt Rock band founded in Barnsley | 128 hits
Band Profile: Second, Minute or Hour
Two friends who have been making music for years decided to come together and create a band that they could call their own. | 217 hits
CD Review: Voltage Union - Untitled
Here we have 4 songs from Voltage Union, fresh from securing a place at Leeds Festival and sounding in fine fettle. | 522 hits
News Article: Dark horse song "Moving On" voted onto Hollie Sheard's new single by fans
Laid-back soul songwriter Hollie Sheard has released a new single from her upcoming album "By Hook Or By Crook". | 374 hits
CD Review: Mclusky - Alan is a Cowboy Killer
Mclusky learnt their trade in the intriguing corner of the rock playground, took references from the big players to the small fry, the intellectual to the big and brutal, the pretty to the downright ugly, and blended it together into a mesmerising fix of off kilter rock and lyrical genius. | 724 hits
Band Profile: Honour Before Glory
Honour Before Glory is Whiskas (of ¡Forward, Russia! / Duels / Mi Mye) with the help of some friends. | 694 hits
You can download my debut EP for free at Go on, you might love it! | 200 hits
Band Profile: Mouth Taped Shut
Paul Quirk - Guitar Dave Backhouse - Bass Edward Szakal - Drums Over the course of the year Mouth Taped Shut have quite merrily developed a sound that they can call their own. | 297 hits
Interview: Dinosaur Pile-up
A brief but funny interview with Harry, the bassist from Dinosaur Pile-Up. | 813 hits
News Article: Leeds Finalist and Runner-up in UK Songwriting Contest
The UK Songwriting Contest recently published their latest contest results for 2010, and there is a Finalist and Runner-up right here in Leeds. | 677 hits
Band Profile: The Nice Sharp Pencils
The Nice Sharp Pencils are a two piece, two friends; Ben Adey and Christopher Smith that live in the sleepy Canalside town of Sowerby Bridge. | 468 hits
CD Review: Levellers - Just The One ft. Bellowhead
"It's getting late Let's hit the town Call some friends To paint it red" The Levellers' friends in this case are folkies of the moment, Bellowhead. | 506 hits
CD Review: Desert Sessions - Desert Sessions 9/10: I See You Hearin Me/I Heart Disco
The world's coolest ginger haired person (the only cool ginger haired person come to think of it) Josh Homme (QOTSA) returns with the 9th and 10th instalments of his Desert Sessions series. | 912 hits
Band Profile: Tract
rock | 853 hits
Band Profile: Runners
Drums, drum machines, Pure-Tone Analog Frequency, digital keys and other electronic devices. | 1,143 hits
News Article: The new album from The Sunshine Underground is to be released on 1st February
The Sunshine Underground will release their second album in early 2010 and will be touring the UK in February to coincide with its release. | 539 hits
Band Profile: The Money
rock | 402 hits
CD Review: Laurent Garnier - Public Outburst
The new album from French techno star Laurent Garnier, 'Public Outburst', is based around a series of live shows and sessions recorded during a six month period with friends Bugge Wesseltoft, Philippe Nadaud and Benjamin Rippert. | 625 hits
News Article: Cor Amor Announce NEW guitarist!!!
Unfortunately Jay Stokes & Cor Amor have parted ways. The band are still extremely good friends with Jay and wish him well in the future with Pray For Hayden and anything else he sets himself to. | 424 hits
Band Profile: Anti Social Mixtape
acoustic punk | 473 hits
News Article: Vanilla Gorillaz launch new video
Vanilla Gorillaz have collaborated with the awesome hip hop rap group from Trinidad & Tobago "Sovereignty" for their new track "Fame & Fortune" Watch and share the video with all your friends: | 316 hits
News Article: Leeds Music Scene launch Facebook application for Leeds gigs
Leeds Music Scene have this week released the first version of their new Facebook application and are inviting visitors to the site to add the application and to feed back comments or ideas. | 576 hits
Band Profile: Stay Home
Stay Home is an emo/hardcore/pop punk band from Huddersfield. Forming late 2010 as a side project of friends who were in other bands (Cub Club, Decades, Silvertown and Shifting Oceans). | 151 hits
Band Profile: Morain
Hailing from Wakefield, England, Morain were formed at college in early 2009 by four lifelong friends; Wil Frost (Vocals, Guitar), Sam Humble (Bass), Jim Allard (Guitar) and Jamie Matax (Drums). | 1,125 hits
Live Review: Arctic Monkeys + Milburn
There's an air of anticipation at the Blank Canvas, tickets have been trading for silly money and there are people here who wouldn't usually venture out to see a band on a Monday evening. | 3,835 hits
Live Review: Tiny Tin Lady + Pete Briley
Pete Briley did his best to lift the Monday blues with a chirpy performance of melodic acoustic numbers. | 555 hits
Band Profile: The Reliance
pop | 248 hits
News Article: Summer of blues update!
We are loving this summer! It's gigs, gigs, gigs!! This weekend we've got two, tonight at The Bingley Arms in Bardsey (7.30 start) and then tomorrow with our friends at Leeds Acoustic at Epernay Champagne bar! | 134 hits
Band Profile: Emergencies
Friends since their tender school years Declan and Zebs were introduced to Rich and Nathan through mutual friends, after a few drunken meetings Declan and Rich suggested Nathan join them in a rehearsal room to work on some songs, after a few months of carelessly messing around Declan decided to invite Zebs down to play bass and thus transforming their sound. | 407 hits
Band Profile: Peculiar Blue
Peculiar Blue are a three peice Acoustic / Electroacoustic / Indie band that have been performing around the UK and Europe for over 10 years. | 442 hits
Band Profile: Adam Killip
alternative country | 955 hits
Band Profile: Far From The Dance
indie dance | 838 hits
Band Profile: Brand New Analogues
rock | 2,766 hits
Band Profile: Dead Sea Strategy
From the depths of Leeds, we are Dead Sea Strategy. Consisting of Ash Beck on guitar/vocals, Nick Wootton on guitar, Andy Clark on bass and Damon Reid on drums. | 476 hits
Band Profile: Ben Beheshty
Producing in Leeds, and constantly working with close friends, usually self-producing the music. It's easiest to describe the compositional style as 'genre-confused'. | 237 hits
News Article: Live at the Wardrobe 7th March
It is with great pleasure that we are able to announce our first gig supporting THE BONDURANTS at their EP launch at the Wardrobe in Leeds on Friday 7th March. | 201 hits
News Article: Cor Amor Playing Two Local Shows This Weekend!
Hello All! Cor Amor are in their local area all weekend! So if you're in or around Wakefield on Friday then come see us @ The Hop. | 231 hits
Band Profile: Echo Town
An acoustic folk rock duo from England. They play upbeat feelgood songs about the good things in life as well as put across some important messages. | 765 hits
Live Review: Kaiser Chiefs + Chikinki
Morrissey once said 'We hate it when our friends become successful'. I think he would reconsider that opinion if he were at Joseph's Well tonight. | 1,223 hits
News Article: Faversham to host charity event to raise for the Cambodia Trust
This July will be five years since the death of Guiseley student Joanna Stillwell, and in her memory and to celebrate what would have been her 28th birthday, a charity fundraising gig will be held in Leeds. | 460 hits
CD Review: Adam Green - Jacket Full of Danger
After recent support slot with fellow friends The Strokes and briefly having a diary in NME, Adam Green is back with his new album, Jacket Full Of Danger. | 390 hits
News Article: Leeds Music Scene launches "Leeds Gig Guide" on Facebook
The Leeds Music Scene website - that's us - has started 2012 with a special new feature designed specially for its 2,000+ Facebook users. | 576 hits
News Article: Leeds bands to feature on Charity Compilation CD to be released in August...
Several Leeds bands are set to feature on a charity compilation CD being put together by local record label and promotions company, Collateral Music. | 684 hits
Band Profile: The Dawnriders
The Dawnriders are a 5 piece from West Yorkshire with a style and sound drawing influences from the 50s, 60s & 70s, playing psychadelic, lyrical, folk rock, blues & country songs. | 833 hits
Band Profile: Karnivore
Thrash Metal from Wakefield | 390 hits
Live Review: Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. + Walter Schreifels
Walter Schreifels (ex- Quicksand and Rival Schools) is up with his acoustic guitar. A charming New Yorker, now residing in Berlin, he has many songs revolving around bicycles that mend themselves, friends ('Distressed Friends'), people he meets and things he eats. | 540 hits
Band Profile: Redemtion
Redemtion are a 4 piece Pop Punk Band from Leeds, England. | 285 hits
News Article: The Sunshine Underground to release a new single on May 17th
Leeds band The Sunshine Underground has announced details of the release of a new single. 'Spell It Out' will be released through City Rockers/EMI on Monday 17th May 2010. | 429 hits
Band Profile: fallaroundhere
fallaroundhere are an indie band currently based in Bradford in the North of England. Having been about in various manifestations for a few years, the band finally settled on a permanent line up in 2004, releasing "136 miles E.P." in May 2005. | 492 hits
Band Profile: The Turnarounds
A blues souled rock and roll band from Yorkshire | 1,238 hits
Live Review: Infinite Mass
Whooping up the smattering of punters, Sweden's Infinite Mass seem almost out of place here at the Dance Tent. | 197 hits
Band Profile: Take A Bow
Take A Bow are a 4-piece power rock/pop band from Castleford in West Yorkshire | 316 hits
Band Profile: Germain
Based in four corners of Leeds, Germain are a band formed through the Leeds College of Music. The band members have being performing extensively for the past x amount of years in various acts and groups but this is a new project, founded by songwriter Jake Germain-Whiskin, who hand picked the best musicians and friends. | 584 hits
Band Profile: The Infected
punk | 382 hits
News Article: Debut EP now available for Free Download via Bandcamp
Our debut EP is now available on free download from our bandcamp page: If you like the EP there's a couple of things you can do for us: The first is to simply spread the love and click on the facebook or tweet buttons to tell your friends about us. | 185 hits
Band Profile: Orange Pulp
A four piece from the North. Ready to rock your cotton socks. | 473 hits
News Article: Tytania release their debut album on January 29th
Leeds band Tytania are releasing their debut album on January 29th and are hosting a launch party to celebrate with friends, family and supporters. | 259 hits
News Article: Silverlode release free 5 track collection
Throughout 2010, Silverlode released various new recordings to members of their mailing list. Along with new recording of acoustic favourite in 'The Garden/On The Mound', four these varied songs have been collected together with artwork for a free 5-track digital download named 'Silverlode And His Amazing Friends'. | 351 hits
News Article: Colour Of Spring release new single 'Pillow'
Watch the video below for Colour Of Spring's new single 'Pillow'. It's a beautifully shot piece with the shoegaze swoon perfectly sound tracking the adventures of two good friends on a cold night together in Leeds. | 220 hits
Band Profile: Sky Larkin
alternative rock | 3,345 hits
News Article: The Sun
MEDUSA ON PAGE 3 OF 'THE SUN' NEWSPAPER,,2001320029-2007150100,00.html The following article appeared on Page 3 of 'The Sun' newspaper in the UK. | 371 hits
Band Profile: Ranaboy
acoustic | 384 hits
CD Review: David Viner - Mr David Viner
You've probably already got records in your collection that sound like this one, the thing is, you probably stole those records from your dad. | 797 hits
Band Profile: The Birdman Rallies
The Birdman Rallies was formed by four friends in the leafy suburbs of Harrogate, brought together by a common love of music with confusing rhythms, enchanting melodies, a sense of experiment and a soul. | 765 hits
CD Review: Clayhill - Moon I Hide
When the majority of the band consist of Beth Orton's co-writers and you're friends with Aqualung, it's a safe bet there will be no three chord punk snorting on show. | 490 hits
News Article: Early bird tickets for Moor Music Festival 2009 go on sale
Early bird tickets for the fifth Moor Music Festival are now on sale priced at just £55 for a full weekend ticket - an absolute bargain for a weekend of camping, friends, and amazing music with a local influence. | 633 hits
News Article: Sketches to feature on new Fierce Panda release
Fierce Panda have chosen to feature a Sketches track on their latest EP 'Zip It Up' The Ep will be available on limited edition CD (229 copies) and download. | 491 hits
CD Review: Barry and the Beachcombers - Untitled
It happens. Three friends who like nerdcore decide they're going to learn to play. It doesn't quite work out.. | 359 hits
Band Profile: Trust Fund Pirates
Trust Fund Pirates were formed in 2010 by Nic Fuller and Marcus Foster as a small team of musicians pretty bored by the repetetive over sampling of music from the last 20 years. | 179 hits
News Article: Fold win an Independent Music Award for Salvation
Fold are pleased to announce that they have won an IMA (Independent Music Award) in the 'spoken word with musical accompaniment' category for their single 'Salvation', as judged by the IMA industry panel. | 469 hits
News Article: ¡Forward, Russia! confirmed for Live At Leeds 2014
In association with local independent record label Dance to The Radio, Leeds Town Hall has been confirmed as a new venue for Live At Leeds 2014. | 504 hits
News Article: The Cribs release a new single - "Mirror Kissers" - on June 13th...
On 13th June, The Cribs will release a follow-up to their recent Top 30 and live favourite "Hey Scenesters!". | 355 hits
CD Review: Harper Simon - Wishes and Stars
In support of his recently-released debut full-length, Harper Simon has released 'Wishes and Stars,' a summer's day breeze of twee folk-pop. | 341 hits
Band Profile: Blood Sundae
All girl dark melodic/doom metal | 1,484 hits
News Article: Feeds release video for FREE single Beware Believe
Following a packed out launch show at 360 Club, Leeds, the bands new FREE single 'Beware Believe' received over 4000 plays on soundcloud in its first week, with radio play from the likes of BCB and BBC Introducing alike. | 236 hits
CD Review: Shrag - Tights in August
People keep telling that Brighton is a hotbed of British musical talent. I can't say I'm entirely convinced. | 367 hits
News Article: Post War Glamour Girls announce second single
Post War Glamour Girls have announced the release of their second single 'Suburban Barbarian' on Monday 12th December. | 300 hits
CD Review: The Twilight Singers - I'm Ready
Never judge a band by their name. The Twilight Singers sound to the untrained ear like a band who faff about on acoustics and sound crap and basically like a bunch of half-arsers. | 314 hits
CD Review: The Caves - Polymorphic Light Eruption
The Caves second single release is an altogether rather jolly pleasant affair and is the kind of thing you'd put on the stereo to jump around to in a "Look I'm daft, me" manner to impress your embarrassed long suffering friends. | 509 hits
News Article: The reformation of some band or other
Literally some of you will remember us from back in the early 2000's as No Right Turn and latterly Needs Fire. | 256 hits
Band Profile: GOLD
GOLD are a four piece dream pop band hailing from Halifax, originally starting out as a two piece ambient outfit, they then took upon two friends to join their music making. | 283 hits
CD Review: The Ripps - Holiday
The Ripps sound like Supergrass but are so much more annoying and much less inventive. They sound like they'd be friends with The Kooks and all the other user-friendly J17-reader bullshit that's going on at the moment. | 267 hits
News Article: Huddersfield band Kava Kava included on TV soundtrack
Yorkshire band Kava Kava will have three songs on the new season's soundtrack to FX TV show Dirt (featuring Friends star Courtney Cox Arquette). | 1,384 hits
Band Profile: Taylor Max
50's and 60's covers band | 337 hits
CD Review: Hot Club De Paris - My Little Haunting
A few of my friends have been raving about Hot Club De Paris for quite a while now so I thought I'd take the opportunity to get acquainted with them via this single. | 292 hits
CD Review: Rancid - Let The Dominoes Fall
"It's all I've ever done, all I've ever known, just wanna play one more show and make some music with my friends". | 724 hits
News Article: Oliver Pinder - Debut EP 'Island Rain' out March 22nd
My friends, I present to you the artwork for my debut EP, "Island Rain"! iTunes preorder kicks off in a few weeks, the EP comes out March 22nd and throughout the pre-order I'll be rolling out each track to you alongside some other content! | 313 hits
CD Review: goad - Untitled
goad are in lower case. Even on gig listings the band tell me that they begin with a small 'g'. A warning perhaps, so that you don't make any mistakes. | 471 hits
Band Profile: Negative Opinionz
hardcore punk | 613 hits
Band Profile: Lost Winter
Keeping music DIY since 2013! | 315 hits
Band Profile: Hood
Based loosely around brothers Chris and Richard Adams and friends to hand, Hood have positioned themselves, over a series of albums, in a unique point in modern UK sound craft. | 1,087 hits
CD Review: Single White Female - Extended Play EP
From the very first tentative cymbal strike of "She's a Songwriter" the "have we rehearsed this one enough?" warning signs begin so unding. | 660 hits
CD Review: Jon Jones and the Beatniks Movement - Freak Show
Is this a demo or a single? The sleeve insert has only the words Freak Show on it many times, around the wide-eyed face of one who has beheld something.  The disc itself is a Maxell CD-R 52X with no ID for the musicians making such good use of it. | 486 hits
Band Profile: Littlebrook
Leeds based alternative/acoustic/folk | 235 hits
Band Profile: Jamie Fletcher Band
"With engaging and immediate heartfelt songs, Jamie and his band are a blast of pure pop goodness for your soul." - Ed Heaton. | 353 hits
Band Profile: Shotgun Opera
Shotgun Opera are a five piece melodic rock band from the Wakefield and Leeds | 497 hits
Live Review: The Hair
The BBC Raw Talent Unsigned Stage makes a welcome return to the Leeds Festival and warmly welcomes The Hair to tread its boards. | 436 hits
Live Review: CocknBullKid
I'll admit to not having heard CocknBullKid on record but based on their performance in the Festival Republic tent I would imagine it's the kind of soulful pop which is a pleasure on the ears, ideal for a bit of background when you have friends over and perhaps, after a few drinks, may even have a dance around the living room rug. | 281 hits
Live Review: Dancing Years
Moving, Melancholic, Poetic, Thought Provoking..........Some of the words to describe Leeds' very own Dancing Years, who just go on from strength to strength. | 353 hits
Band Profile: Dr Knox
hip-hop | 303 hits
Live Review: Ali Love + Hadouken!
Unfortunately this tour is undermined by its premise, it's a fucking MySpace tour. Most of the crowd are 12 who think they're cool 18 year olds because that's what it says on their profile and MySpace is gospel don't you know. | 867 hits
News Article: Northern Torch - Take My Hand Exclusive Video!
Northern Torch Would Like to Say Big Thank You to Everyone Who Was Involved In Making of the Video for Take My Hand! | 198 hits
Band Profile: Run Speed Tiger
Run Speed Tiger was formed in 2010 by Thomas Theakston, Dominic Barker and Kelly Wright. Discovering that the post-graduation world required more effort and hard work than they were prepared to give, the three friends from Leeds fled and took shelter under warm fuzzy blankets of sentimentality to craft songs about nostalgia, childhood and their beloved home town. | 618 hits
News Article: The Well to host Leeds United fans remembrance gig
April 5th 2010 will mark the 10th anniversary of the tragic death of Leeds United fans Chris Loftus and Kevin Speight, and family and friends wish to commemorate this significant milestone by raising money for the Candlelighters children's cancer charity in Leeds in their memory. | 886 hits
CD Review: Commercial Dual Purpose - The James Bailey Experience
I got such a charming email. And the two-part album on lovingly made CD-Rs (£2 each, £3 the pair) looked so good that I really wanted to review and like this album. | 503 hits
News Article: Round Window release Debut EP "Pedestals"
Leeds based noiseniks Round Window release their debut EP "Pedestals" ahead of their debut gig at the Fox & Newt, Leeds on 16/12/11 with their good friends The Asa Hawks. | 238 hits
Band Profile: The Wolves
The Wolves have sprung out of old & new friendships. The amalgamation of four musical careers that span a wealth of genres and experience. | 974 hits
Band Profile: White Swallow
We are White Swallow, a relatively new addition to the Leeds music scene. We are a noisy two-piece, consisting of Bobby Mambo on Guitars and Vocals and Sam Swallows on Drums. | 287 hits
News Article: Carnabells Christmas Party at The Cockpit, 20th December, in aid of Cancer Research
On the 20th December the Carnabells will be headlining The Cockpit for the 'Carnabells Christmas Show!' By their own admission, they have had 'an ace year so far'. | 346 hits
Band Profile: Portable Pony
Electronica guitar pop band from Leeds/Bradford, UK | 671 hits
Band Profile: Zoo In Flames
indie | 757 hits
News Article: Duels to release the first single to be taken from their new LP
Duels will release a new single ('Regeneration') on the 14th April. The single is the first release to be taken from the band's current long-player 'The Barbarians Move In' - although only currently available as a Digital Download, the album will have its release proper on the 28th April. | 360 hits
Band Profile: Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames
Fran (vox) Pat (guitar and backing vox) Dave (guitar and vox) Jay (bass) Sean (drums & percussion) Hurling dance beats and pained yelps through any soundsystem they can steal some wattage from, Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames have been terrorising feet into party moves since 2005, when singer Fran with Pat, Dave and Jay (guitars and bass) formed as Leeds Uni friends alongside Sean from the legendary Black Helicopters. | 4,580 hits
CD Review: Gratitude - Drive Away
Jonah Matranga's newest outfit it is then. A near legend in the, dare I say it, emo world - leading such bands as Far and Onlinedrawing to great success and also guest starring on many friends' and musicians' releases due to the respect he commands in his occupation Jonah is obviously very talented, let's put it that way. | 403 hits
Live Review: Jane's Addiction
It may be ten years since Perry Farrell and Dave Navarro last lit up a British festival, but today's performance is proof positive that they still have the power to grab you by the throat. | 240 hits
Band Profile: Stereophonics
Stereophonics are a rock band who were formed in 1992 in Cwmaman, Wales by friends Kelly Jones (Guitar/Vocals), Stuart Cable (Drums) and Richard Jones (Bass) but no relation to Kelly. | 661 hits
Live Review: Shrag + Runaround Kids
Regular readers will remember my recent adventures included a falling out with a man begging for spare change. | 760 hits
Band Profile: Samskara
rock | 1,741 hits
CD Review: Scout - History & Radio
A lot of people will love Scout. I know my mum does. They're a cracking band, very talented with strong arrangements and a singer who sounds like Andrea Corr but so much better. | 343 hits
CD Review: The Drums - Days
"Days" is the latest release from Brooklyn outfit, The Drums. The single is taken from their second album "Portamento" and is the third offering so far. | 342 hits
Band Profile: Crash Ride
pop rock | 737 hits
Live Review: Deaf Havana
As the screams ring out from the crowd, even while James, the front man is only sound checking his guitar, it's obvious there are a lot of Deaf Havana fans in the small venue tonight. | 557 hits
Band Profile: Ironrat
Bradford Swamp & Roll | 555 hits
CD Review: Tigs - Something New
This girl has balls. Big hairy ones. Now I'm not usually a fan of lady-friends with add-ons but in Tigs' case I very much approve. | 287 hits
Live Review: Charlie Straw + Naomi Coombes + Fran Wyburn + Katie Dean
It has been said that, at any one time, anywhere in the world, there are at least five different episodes of Friends, the popular 90s sitcom which filled our hearts and primetime viewing for ten years, being watched by various different people. | 565 hits
Interview: Kill 'em Dead Cowboy
Sam Panasuik talks to Kill 'em Dead Cowboy's drummer, Olie. | 662 hits
News Article: Don't let xfactor get to Christmas No1! Support this!!
Hello all! First of all if you can all cast your minds back to Christmas 2009 you will remember the worldwide facebook/internet campaign that got Rage Againts The Machine's Killing In The Name to Christmas no1 2009. | 444 hits
Band Profile: Fudgey
Katy Furze / Acoustic Fudge / Fudgey | 217 hits
News Article: Huddersfield Party Ska band Wobbly Bob headline Summer Saturnalia festival and release their debut album
After 5 years of false starts, rewrites, touring, recording, mixing and a lot of beer...Huddersfield's own frenetic ska-poppers, Wobbly Bob are finally releasing their debut album. | 411 hits
Band Profile: Nicola's Cage
Nicola's Cage are a female-fronted 5 piece rock/metal band from Kirklees | 787 hits
News Article: Last Night's TV release Christmas single on 6th December
Leeds/Derby-based indie-folk trio Last Night's TV follow up the autumn release of their album 'Everyone Here Was A Stranger' ("pretty melodies from unexpected angles", 4/5 - Leeds Music Scene) with a standalone Christmas single, 'No Tinsel On The Town Hall'. | 319 hits
News Article: Dinosaur Pile-up to release a new EP on August 17th
On August 17th Leeds-based trio Dinosaur Pile-up will release their new EP, the modestly titled 'The Most Powerful EP In the Universe!' The EP is led by 'Summer Hit Single', which was debuted by Zane Lowe on Radio One. | 453 hits
News Article: Dinosaur Pile-up to release their debut album in September 2010
Leeds trio Dinosaur Pile-up are set to release their highly-anticipated début album in September 2010, with the lead single from the album set for release on 26th July. | 511 hits
Live Review: Span
Straight outta Oslo, Norway and newly signed to Island Records, Span are a complex rock and roll beast with occasional Soundgarden hints that just gets better and better as their show progresses. | 247 hits
Band Profile: Can't Kill The Heat
Towards the end of 2008, 3 friends (Members of BOYS WITH BEAKS and EVERY SECOND OF EVERYDAY) decided to progress a studio project forward into a live setup with a full band. | 437 hits
CD Review: Tigercats - Easter Island
This song has got a very bouncy intro and if Tigercats work really hard and suck up to just the right sort of people, it could be on the telly one day. | 1,649 hits
CD Review: Joan As Police Woman - Christobel
New Yorker Joan Wasser is the vocal sensation at the heart of Joan As Police Woman. Although with a mind for equal opportunities other band members are mentioned in the biography, it is her voice you will inevitably come back to. | 298 hits
CD Review: Beautiful Feet - Something in Mind
Bluddy Stewdants always thinking ure so bluddy smart! Well yes actually these specimens are! Beautiful feet are advocates of the softly softly sweeping harmonies approach that is so suited to summer afternoons and drinks with friends. | 414 hits
CD Review: Tommy Evans - New Years Revolutions
Leeds is currently kicking up a hot fuss. The Kaiser Chiefs are supplying killer chorus driven pop, while for a gang (of Four) mentality look no further than 10,000 Things. | 422 hits
Band Profile: Fountainhead
folk country | 1,082 hits
Band Profile: Moose Blood
Four friends from Canterbury, UK. Moving Home 7" - February 2013 - FITA/Day By Day Records. | 65 hits
News Article: Joseph & David to release EP on Hide & Seek label
The Hide & Seek label have announced details of the second EP from talented Leeds duo Joseph & David. | 440 hits
News Article: Yorkshire Music Collective celebrates 5th birthday with new website
To celebrate its 5th birthday, the Yorkshire Music Collective has set up a website which it hopes will become a valuabe resource for the music community. | 307 hits
Live Review: The Hives
As well as being one of the best bands of the weekend, Swedish five-piece The Hives are an unfailing entertainment act. | 416 hits
Band Profile: Anti-depressants
alternative rock | 970 hits
Band Profile: Every Weapon
Every Weapon started out in 2008 as an instrumental four piece featuring the detuned Black Sabbath influenced heavy riffing of guitarists Jim Dowell and Leon Powell. | 137 hits
Band Profile: Sam Airey
Folk/Alternative/Country | 2,094 hits
CD Review: Deckard - Holy Rolling EP
The band that was once Baby Chaos is now Deckard. Like their former self, Deckard have not yet quite been able to really break through and let the world know what they are all about. | 438 hits
News Article: Worriedaboutsatan release a remix album of 'Arrivals'
Following on from the critically acclaimed debut album 'Arrivals', released in May, Leeds based electronica duo Worriedaboutsatan returned this week with a 2 CD collection of remixes gathered from fans and friends across the world. | 380 hits
Interview: Whirlwind Heat
Whirlwind Heat talk about Detroit, Jack White and monkeys and explain why everything is random... | 879 hits
CD Review: Little Barrie - Love You
Little Barrie are funky... wait wait before you leave in a huff, yes it's a horrible genre funk, virtually a swear word in some circles but sometimes, and not often enough it is done so well you need to take your hat off to it. | 330 hits
Band Profile: Johnny's In The Basement
Johnny's In The Basement formed in September 03 in a sweaty practise room somewhere around Leeds University. | 1,148 hits
Live Review: Less Than Jake
Although The All-American Rejects were headlining mainstage. I took a trip down to the Macbeth stage for Less Than Jake for some Ska punk. | 318 hits
CD Review: The Acutes - Tonnerre Et Wah EP
The Acutes have kept a surprisingly low profile in the past couple of years, after 2006's 'When I Left Work Today' and 2007's 'Set On You' singles they seemed to disappear as many unsuccessful indie bands of the past few years have done, so when this EP was announced it caught us all by surprise. | 498 hits
News Article: Embrace to release a single and album at the end of the summer...
Embrace have announced the release of a new album in September, which will be preceeded by a single on 30th August. | 772 hits
Live Review: Green Day
The blazing sirens indicate it's the turn of Californian three-piece Green Day to treat the Main Stage to an hour of the best bubblegum punk rock the last decade has seen. | 686 hits
News Article: Rob Nichols releases his third album this week...
Rob Nichols will be releasing his third album on 15th March with a free in-store lunchtime (12.30pm) set at Small Note Records (formerly CD centre). | 280 hits
News Article: Fran Smith - Winter tour dates 2011
Fran Smith's Winter 2011 tour dates in Yorkshire: Saturday 5th November, 3.30pm The Spa, Bridlington Musicport World Music Festival Thursday 24th November, 7.30pm The Hop, Wakefield supporting JT Nero & Allison Russell Saturday 26th November, 7.00pm Hepworth Village Hall, nr Holmfirth supporting Boo Hewerdine Wednesday 30th November, 6.00pm The Hepworth Wakefield Fran Smith - Sam Airey - Ryan Spendlove Friday 2nd December, 7.30pm Korks Wine Bar, Otley supporting Boo Hewerdine Saturday 3rd December, 7.00pm The Orangery, Wakefield 'Fran Smith & Friends present: Songs from The Secret Garden' (featuring Katriona Gilmore & Jamie Roberts and Gary Stewart) Looking forward to seeing you at one or more of the above! | 232 hits
CD Review: Jont - One Long Song EP
What happens if you have Chris Martin fronting Athlete (first album) heavily influenced by David Gray and providing a soundtrack for people reading the Guardian whilst supping a Latte in Starbucks. | 431 hits
CD Review: Hope of the States - The Lost Riots
It is never easy to be labeled "the next big thing" on the basis of a few singles and a handful of electrifying gigs, but Hope of the States have managed to overcome such a daunting task and also the tragic loss of a band member to land firmly on both feet. | 639 hits
CD Review: My Awesome Compilation - Awake
If a hazy summer's evening chilling out with friends could be bottled into a sound and made into a song, the third single to be taken from Leicestershire's My Awesome Compilation's album 'Actions', 'Awake' could very well be it. | 377 hits
Band Profile: Distinction
rock pop | 870 hits
CD Review: Lucky Royale - Untitled
Here's a band that probably spend all their time listening to music from the 60s. Light and playful almost cuddly infused with the desire to churn out classic guitar based sing along pop. | 763 hits
Live Review: Ocean Colour Scene
The O2 Academy was full to the brim on Friday night, with a crowd waiting with bated breath for Ocean Colour Scene to play their favourite tunes. | 795 hits
News Article: First bands revealed for Slam Dunk Festival 2016 - Panic! At The Disco to headline
2016 will mark the 10th Anniversary of Slam Dunk Festival and is set to be its biggest since it started, with headliners confirmed this week as Panic! | 698 hits
News Article: Dinosaur Pile-up album to be released on 4th October
The debut album from Leeds trio Dinosaur Pile-up will be released on Monday, 4th October. The album - titled 'Growing Pains' - will be preceded by the single 'Mona Lisa', which is released through 'Friends Versus Records / Big Brain Records' on 27th September 2010. | 384 hits
Band Profile: Working With Kenzi
Working With Kenzi formed in 2004 in a moment of boredom-induced bedroom songwriting. Long-time friends Emily and Fliss, tired of writing parodies of songs they hated, set about writing a more serious tune. | 367 hits
News Article: Mi Mye to release 'Senc of the Shaking' on 15th November
Mi Mye - Wakefield's Jamie Lockhart and friends - have announced the release of the 12-track album 'Senc of the Shaking' on 15th November via the Trash Aesthetics label. | 594 hits
News Article: Never Surrender
This is my first news article update for Leeds Music Scene, but the band and I have been really busy. | 229 hits
Band Profile: Dan Burnett
Dan Burnett has proven to be one of the UK's leading piano vocalist and was spoon-fed blues, soul and rock music from an early age. | 755 hits
Live Review: Placebo
Placebo made a welcome return to Leeds to play the O2 Academy. It was all in aid of charity and the event saw proceeds being given to The Mercy Centre in Thailand and the Kagyu Samye Ling centre in Scotland. | 379 hits
Interview: Wintermute
Lesley Jackson catches up with the drummer of Leeds' hottest band, Wintermute, and chats with Ben Johnson about rock socks, 'Robot Works' and why moody performers are just no fun. | 677 hits
CD Review: Pennywise - Reason To Believe
While all around them are listening to kids in tight jeans and crazy haircuts, hoping that they are an offshoot of the good old punk days, these punk leaders have released ninth studio album 'Reason To Believe'. | 658 hits
Band Profile: FormalDehyde
emo | 1,164 hits
CD Review: Middleman - Good To Be Back
These guys truly are caught in the middle - between carefully de-glamourized Streets-style urbanism on the one hand, and tightly coiled guitar rock on the other. | 480 hits
Interview: Sky Larkin
One EP and one gig sums up Sky Larkin's musical contribution to planet Earth so far, yet for a band so young, there's a lot of promise locked away in the three piece as Gavin Miller explains... | 3,409 hits
Feature: Opinion: Grab a Beer, Not Your Camera
Ashley Battye on snapshot photography at gigs and festivals. | 428 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Crash! Indie Anthems 1982-2004
1982-2004 22 years of indie? Did indie really begin in 1982? Who cares, don't let the title stand in the way of this rather good (but rather predictable) compilation. | 1,721 hits
News Article: Kid Symphony release debut album on 21st June...
Leeds' Kid Symphony, aka Chris Langdon and Pete Denton, released their debut album, The Underqualified last week (21st june). | 584 hits
CD Review: Wrestling Jacob - The Darkened Glass EP
Hmmmm... too much of this smacks of the one genre that strikes fear into the most hardened music fan, Christian Rock. | 404 hits
CD Review: The Twilight Singers - Powder Burns
"It's a rare occasion that a record makes as powerful an impression as this one" begins the accompanying press release but it just simply isn't true. | 629 hits
Live Review: Bridewell Taxis
If you're claustrophobic, then Joseph's Well was no place for you on Friday night, which saw the comeback gig of legendary Leeds scallies, Bridewell Taxis. | 1,370 hits
CD Review: Stafrænn Hákon - Ventill/Poki
Fans of the late Mogwai and Sigur Ros albums are in for a treat. Recommended by a random person I met at Crash Records, this album is a must have for any post rock fans wish list. | 471 hits
Band Profile: Go Cadenza
pop indie | 1,430 hits
Band Profile: The Drums
Jonathan Pierce and Jacob Graham met at summer camp when they were children and have been best friends ever since. | 1,115 hits
Live Review: Lo Beams + The North Star
York, eh? Lovely place, full of historical importance and quaint old streets full of olde shoppes. As for music though, it's probably not the first place you'd look for talent. | 338 hits
Band Profile: It Takes Bridges
It's a riot based around riffs, drama, sweat and volume. Think The Fall fighting Nirvana for the last of the drugs. | 978 hits
Live Review: Single File
Stone cold sober and stood waiting for Manchester Orchestra. The band walk on stage and announce "Hey, we're Single File from Denver Colorado". | 449 hits
News Article: The Scaramanga Six to release "We Rode The Storm" in November...
The Scaramanga Six are to release a new single in advance of the full commercial release of their Cabin Fever album. | 341 hits
Interview: Canterbury
Mike Sparks skateboards up to me, shakes my hand and smiles, while Scott Peters smiles widely and puts out his hand. Two lads from Canterbury, both extremely happy to be on tour with The Blackout, sit down for a chat. | 443 hits
CD Review: BC Camplight - Blood and Peanut Butter
This record has irritated me for the last few weeks, not because it is bad, quite the opposite in fact. | 470 hits
Band Profile: Ashes
Consisting of five talented, like minded musicians from Yorkshire, Ashes formed in the summer of 2010 producing innovative material designed to blitz the music industry. | 395 hits
CD Review: The Lodger - Watching / Not So Fast
This is a limited double A side release from Leeds' The Lodger that hopes to follow on from a growing media interest after the previous Dance To The Radio release. | 702 hits
CD Review: Manchester Orchestra - Mean Everything To Nothing
The second LP from Atlanta band Manchester Orchestra is one they will be hoping can catapult them firmly into the public eye. | 313 hits
CD Review: Broadcast - Ha Ha Sound
Easy Listening this is not. Opening with a demented Wurlitzer esque drone with sugar sweet female vocals daintily skipping amongst the disturbing synth sounds this could be the background to some B-Movie title sequence. | 440 hits
Interview: Andy Whittle
Matt Bentley speaks to Andy Whittle. | 625 hits
News Article: The Sunshine Underground announce a series of exclusive downloads
The Sunshine Underground have today announced plans to make a series of exclusive free downloads available in the build up to release of their second album. | 484 hits
Band Profile: Archive
Archive... started life many years ago, 3 of the members of Archive played for many years as part of SOUTHBOUND, a very hard working band that had many, many friends and followers all over England. | 409 hits
CD Review: Yes Boss - Tongues In Knots
Cynically some musical match ups are made around the record company board table, as fat execs clasp their hands together at the thought of the money they'll make off the back of the novelty value and the combined fan bases' joint spending power. | 496 hits
Band Profile: The Dauntless Elite
Punk band from Leeds, UK | 811 hits
Live Review: Lorimer + Mr Dogg + Swamp Donkey
Things look very bright for the music scene in Leeds at the moment, and tonight is a great testament to that. | 582 hits
News Article: Honour Before Glory announce debut album and free track
Honour Before Glory is the new solo project from Whiskas (¡Forward, Russia! / Dance To The Radio). While relatively little material has so far emmerged, what has, has already been picked up by the likes of Steve Lamacq and Huw Stephens, and warranted comparisons as varied as M83, Wolf Parade and My Bloody Valentine by a host of blog admirers. | 403 hits
CD Review: School Of Language - Sea From Shore
You'll first realise that this album has got under your skin when you're getting funny looks in the check-out queue in Morrison's, as you've been intoning Uh-Ah-Um-Ee-Ah vowel sounds to yourself like some weird Buddhist chant. | 511 hits
CD Review: The Pocket Gods - Lost
There are six tracks of home-made music-like stuff here. Track 6 is called "Danube" and it lasts for 17 minutes and 28 seconds. | 462 hits
Interview: Arcane Roots
With the sheer number of bands storming the UK scene at the moment it's harder than ever to stand out. But at this year's Sonisphere festival, playing to a crowd that included members of Mastodon and Slipknot, Arcane Roots did just that. I caught up with the guys after their tremendous performance to find out some more about what they do, their ethos as a band and their plans for the future. | 750 hits
Live Review: New Minds Eye + Sarah Lawton + I Love Poland + O Fracas
Coming to gigs by yourself is never a lot of fun, but thanks to the army of apathetic student types that I call friends all wimping out, I'm here on my own. | 1,489 hits
Interview: Pixie Lott
Joseph Seager caught up with Pixie Lott, chatting about world domination, Hollywood, Brit awards and fashion lines. | 3,911 hits
Live Review: To Kill A King + Alex Vargus
To Kill A King were, without a doubt, my favourite 'find' of last year. I am also proud to say that they are initially borne out of our very own Yorkshire soil, with the majority of the band meeting at Leeds University. | 522 hits
Interview: Adem
Adem is currently touring his second solo album "Love and Other Planets" and we caught up with him at the West Yorkshire Playhouse where he was playing a headline slot as part of the Fuse Festival. | 888 hits
CD Review: Björk - Greatest Hits
In a time before you were born, dearly beloved, an Icelandic child called Björk joined a punk band called KUKL. | 466 hits
News Article: Superintendent reveal 'Lungs permitting' EP
Q: What is the worst possible way to build up to the release of your debut album? A: Have your vocalist be hit with the hideous misfortune of a collapsed lung and 40% chance of survival, just weeks before the release date! | 192 hits
Band Profile: People In Jars
post-prog | 929 hits
CD Review: Slow Club - Trophy Room
'Yeah So,' Slow Club's debut album, never really impressed me when it was first released in July. I only listened to it once; they sounded like any other indie-folk outfit that are finding relative success at the moment. | 470 hits
Band Profile: Spirit Of John
The acoustic two-piece Spirit Of John are old school friends from the Halifax hills, and have played music together for years. | 1,337 hits
CD Review: Tom Jones - Tower Of Song
I get the feeling that all that pomp and sexy reputation doesn't really go down well with Thomas. The last time we saw him he was trying to get groovy on The Voice. | 313 hits
Live Review: Engineers + Magnet
All the way from Norway are Magnet, creating epic and beautiful soundscapes rather than mere songs. Even Johansen has a voice direct from the Gods, and a band of great ability to help him recreate the self-made sounds of his two albums thus far. | 857 hits
News Article: The Pigeon Detectives to return to the Leeds live scene to support SMILE
The Pigeon Detectives have announced their first gig in Leeds for two years. They will appear live at the Cockpit on Monday December 6th to raise urgently needed money for SMILE - The Chloe Tate Foundation. | 849 hits
Band Profile: Unspeakable Easels
post-rap hip hop | 444 hits
CD Review: Bobby Cook - Deja Vu
The 33rd release from Leeds' Dance To The Radio label is a sure signal that the label is looking to build up a roster of varied talent rather than channelling any one particular niche. | 459 hits
Live Review: Garlic
The Strychnine Lounge's debut gig at the Packhorse saw London's GARLIC make the trip up North and my god am I glad. | 257 hits
Live Review: FF'ers
FF'ers are confronted by the biggest crowd of the day. It's really hard to get up to the front, and in pretending to be important, with a bag and an officious clipboard I attract the attention of two young fans who ask me who is about to play. | 3,385 hits
Band Profile: Black Hearts
Hardcore // Punk | 63 hits
Interview: Crystal Stilts
Amelia Rivas caught up with Crystal Stilts after their Leeds gig at the Brudenell Social Club | 614 hits
Live Review: Snail Racing + Tigers!
Having experienced the laid back styles of an ambient-art-jazz band with a preverbial nice as openers, we're jolted sharply into shape by TIGERS. | 486 hits
Interview: Ivy Sins
Charlotte Oxnard speaks to Hull all-girl band Ivy Sins | 828 hits
Live Review: WU LYF
WU LYF burst onto the scene with such a deliberate sense of mystery and obfuscation, what with their manifestos, emblems, alter egos, the reluctance to reveal their faces, the unintelligible lyrics and the wilful shunning of the music business, that it initially comes as a slight disappointment to find that the band is in fact comprised of four rather normal looking young men from the north who wouldn't look out of place in your average student union, despite their obvious penchant for performing topless. | 622 hits
Interview: Twin Atlantic
Sam Woodgate spoke to Sam McTrusty of Twin Atlantic before their gig at the Cockpit on May 7th. | 1,376 hits
CD Review: Less Than Jake - She's Gonna Break Soon
Less Than Jake. My introduction to ska. The first time I heard music and thought "that is THE sound I want to hear". | 330 hits
Band Profile: Eyes Of March
Eyes Of March have created a sound that combines rock influences both old and new. Heavyily influenced by bands such as Them Crooked Vultures, Led Zeppelin and Biffy Clyro. | 463 hits
Band Profile: Misled Icons
Leeds / Darlington four-piece band | 388 hits
CD Review: The Dharma - Untitled
Leeds' own The Dharma (formerly know as Unyson) display a buried love of Freedom Rock on this 3 track demo, that's big choruses, hands in the air and the wind in your hair. | 577 hits
Live Review: Robochrist + Bonsai Kittens
It's not at every gig where the between-band entertainment consists of various luminaries of the Leeds music scene, including members of The Scaramanga Six, les Flames! | 1,194 hits
Live Review: Fifth Goodbye + Eborsisk + Misled Vision
MISLED VISION Oooh a girly metal band. Misled Vision have one of the best vocalists I have heard all day in the form of "Jan" and were pretty tight overall. | 435 hits
Live Review: Foals
As a band, Foals are one I have come full circle on. Originally, I was somewhat underwhelmed by the whole hype behind them, but friends were insistent I was missing out. | 350 hits
Live Review: Bridewell Taxis + Walkin Lions + Otherside
Reviews depend on trust so I'll try and give it to you straight. This guy from Otherside works at my place. | 1,261 hits
Live Review: Shadow of Memories + Eborsisk + Foruta
Tonight is a 4 band line-up featuring Botulus Canis, Foruta, Eborsisk and Shadow of Memories. Due to my bus situation I arrive just at the start of the second band, Foruta; so unfortunately I can't review the first band. | 433 hits
Live Review: Brand New + The Subways + Gogol Bordello + The Long Blondes + The Sounds
So my day started off heading to the NME stage to see up and coming Swedish bans The Sounds. Their blend of electro-rock goes down very well with the crowd and their set soon begins to attract a number of passers by into the tent. | 524 hits
News Article: First sight: Ellen and the Escapades
Chris Salmon - The Guardian - Friday 16 April 2010 Who are they? A folk-pop quintet from Leeds who, despite having no record deal and barely playing a show south of Birmingham, have landed themselves a slot on one of Glastonbury's main stages this summer. | 451 hits
CD Review: The Pigeon Detectives - Untitled
The Pigeon Detectives are one of the most entertaining live bands around Leeds at the moment. On stage their frantic and furious frontman belts out shambolic rock 'n' roll gems like there's no tomorrow, often threatening to decapitate one of the band's guitarists as he throws his mic stand, microphone and himself around the stage in an uncontrolled fit of pleasure. | 1,819 hits
Band Profile: A Mile Down
Phoebe McSorley - Vocals Adam Gadsby - Lead Guitar Josh White - Rhythm Guitar Declan Tillotson - Bass Brandon Lamb - Drums A Mile Down was formed in Leeds, West Yorkshire in 2010 and was the vision of 5 young highly talented musicians. | 351 hits
Live Review: Terrorvision + Rebel Yell
Tonight it's a pre-show for the 15th Anniversary of Terrorvision's album 'How To Make Friends And Influence People', and there's nowhere better to host it than, as Tony Wright says, the Capital! | 973 hits
CD Review: Ramon - The First EP
This preview for an album-in-the-pipeline is Ramon's first on Fishsoup Records. It is an exquisite piece of work. | 548 hits
Live Review: 8 Day Decline
So I ventured to the Fenton of a Friday night... and an interesting night was had by all. Two bands were playing in the upstairs room, headlining were Punk band JBH and in the support role was a metal band called 8 DAY DECLINE. | 304 hits
Band Profile: Sativa
Sativa are a 5 piece metal band currently based in Halifax, West Yorkshire | 207 hits
News Article: Beacons Festival add British Sea Power and Joan As Police Woman to 2014 lineup
Organisers of Beacons Festival have tonight confirmed the additional of 29 new acts for 2014, including special performances by British Sea Power and Joan As Police Woman. | 354 hits
News Article: Another 24 bands confirmed for Beacons Festival 2013
Beacons Festival organisers this week revealed 24 more acts for the cutting-edge music and arts festival that will take place at the Funkirk Estate in Skipton across the weekend of Friday 16th to Sunday 18th August 2013. | 535 hits
CD Review: One Small Life - Factor 8
There are two songs on their debut single, lead track Factor 8 and additional song Spinning. With all records, there is always a song that you prefer over another. | 317 hits
CD Review: The Sunshine Underground - Nobody's Coming To Save You
It would be fair enough to expect something slightly special from this album. It's been about three and a half years since the Leeds based 4-piece released their fantastic debut 'Raise The Alarm,' and in "indie" terms, that's hardly prolific. | 596 hits
News Article: Panama Promotions to end gigs at Royal Park Cellars...
Panama Promotions, the in-house promoters for the Royal Park Cellars venue in Leeds for the past six years, have announced that they will be pulling out of the venue completely at the end of the current season. | 565 hits
Live Review: Hot Club De Paris
The background listening I did for Hot Club De Paris, just in case I saw them, consisted of 'Shipwreck'; a jumbled scouse mess. | 554 hits
CD Review: Terrorvision - Take the Money and Run
There was a time when Terrorvision were truly at the top of their game - but two years on from their split, will anyone really want a new live album? | 505 hits
Live Review: Adem + Vashti Bunyan + Tunng
A barmy warm night and an audience that looks like a life-style magazine for relaxed funky living, a perfect setting for some Folktronica and old school hippydom. | 742 hits
CD Review: Diamond Rugs - Diamond Rugs
For their eponymous début Diamond Rugs, six different guys from five different bands come together to make one hell of a record. | 367 hits
Band Profile: The Seventy Sevens
It all started out about a year ago, when Sam realised he could sing, and that he couldn't really play drums all that well. | 449 hits
Band Profile: Goggle-Eyed-Psycho
Hailing from the recesses of deepest darkest Wakefield, Goggle-Eyed-Psycho have played a very active part in the Wakefield music scene since forming in 2007, always turning heads and making new friends along the way with their eclectic yet soulful brand of melodic hard rock. | 260 hits
News Article: The Birthday Kiss present their debut release
Leeds band The Birthday Kiss present their debut release 'Choking'; a free digital download this Valentine's Day, Tuesday 14th February 2012. | 243 hits
Live Review: Deaf Havana + Canterbury
7.20pm.The dark and dingy walls of Leeds Met feel like they are closing in on the audience, or perhaps the 1,000 screaming fan girls have swallowed the venue like a black hole. | 522 hits
CD Review: Bap Kennedy - Howl On
With friends like fellow Belfast born Van Morrison and over thirty years in the music industry, singer-songwriter Bap Kennedy has a sound musical pedigree, even if his name doesn't sound familiar. | 589 hits
Band Profile: Old School Enemy
Old School Enemy is a band creating rock music for the sheer hell of creating balls out rock music. | 215 hits
Interview: iLiKETRAiNS
In the busy world of the Leeds Music Scene, there's always a few bands who slip quietly into the main arena. iLiKETRAiNS are one of these bands, playing their sometimes gentle, sometimes fierce, but always beautiful take on post rock theatrics. | 2,109 hits
CD Review: The Mighty Stars - 925/Tonight
Once upon a time, a young man named Rob from a band called The Mighty Stars declared "There's a lot to be said for conciseness and brevity", and I suppose he's right. | 298 hits
News Article: The Cribs to play an u18s matinee show at Long Division Festival
Long Division Festival organisers have this week announced an extra matinee show by The Cribs. The matinee show is specifically for under 18s, and will take place on September 12th at Unity Works, ahead of their main headlining gig at the festival later the same evening. | 374 hits
Band Profile: Delmonica
Delmonica as a band has existed for a couple of years, growing and evolving. In one of their earlier incarnations the musical leaning was towards Detroit punk, New York garage & Motown, but the eclectic musical tastes of the band has resulted in the current line up and sound taking a more refined yet lo-fi twist. | 570 hits
News Article: Line up announced for the Play Patterns festival in October
Play Patterns is a small intimate Leeds-based festival devised by friends, which will run over three days on two stages at The Well. | 518 hits
Band Profile: Lushes
LUSHES are a Brooklyn-based 2-piece that make hi-fi mood pieces with styles that change from song to song. | 35 hits
News Article: Dinosaur Pile-up to host fan Q&A session
Dinosaur Pile-up have announced that they will be hosting an intimate Q+A session with fans next week. | 538 hits
Live Review: Hugh Cornwell
The Stranglers were probably the most out of place of the punk bands - tunes abounded, the drummer was as old as your dad and they had keyboards - weren't they banned? | 836 hits
Band Profile: Hardly A Hero
indie | 313 hits

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