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News Article: Corinne Bailey Rae to re-release "Like A Star" on October 9th
Leeds solo artist Corinne Bailey Rae will re-release "Like A Star" (originally her debut single) on Monday, 9th October. | 781 hits
News Article: The Go! Team and Alice Gold added to Bingley Music Live line up
The Go! Team and pop newcomer Alice Gold were announced today as the latest additions to the Bingley Music Live line up. | 492 hits
News Article: 'Not Coming Down' EP launch announced by Matt Belmont
I'm happy to announce that I've FINALLY completed my debut EP. After no less than ten months of waiting and working and waiting and working we finished the final mixes in mid January and are now just awaiting the artwork so we can send the thing to be pressed. | 283 hits
Live Review: Tegan And Sara
Having braved the cold for yet another night in Leeds, I traveled to the Met to witness what is considered, at least to some fans to be dreams made reality, the night Canadian pop duo Tegan And Sara came to town. | 1,251 hits
CD Review: The Gaslight Anthem - The Backseat
Fresh from being crowned 'Best International Newcomer' at the Kerrang! Awards, The Gaslight Anthem are back with another slice of yearning, soul-infused punk rock. | 491 hits
News Article: The Glitterati sign with the DR2 Records label
Leeds rockers The Glitterati have today revealed their signing with DR2 Records (Therapy?, Wednesday13), a part of the Demolition label. | 636 hits
CD Review: Reuben - A Kick in the Mouth
Last years phenomenally titled "Racecar is Racecar Backwards" saw Farnborough three-piece Reuben show a strong knack for indulging in some rather melodious pop-rock shenanigans. | 644 hits
CD Review: Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames - Drop The Decade
Leeds' Dance to the Radio recruits Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames join the domination of New Yorkshire over the current music scene with latest release Drop the Decade. | 1,113 hits
Band Profile: The Blackout
The Blackout are a band formed in 2003 in South Wales and drawing influences from across the board, they combine heavy crunching guitars, riffs, screams and thunderous drumbeats with beautiful melodies and emotionally driven vocals. | 1,657 hits
CD Review: Lone Wolf - The Devil And I
Lone Wolf is a Leeds based performer, who combines an uncompromising use of imagination, with often complex song structures. | 510 hits
CD Review: The Von Bondies - Pawn Shoppe Heart
On hearing the excellent dumb-garage two-minute "C'mon C'mon" those already familiar with The Von Bondies would have been forgiven for thinking that the new album would be a major step towards a spikier output and away from the fuzzed up blues of "Lack of Communication". | 639 hits
Band Profile: Formes
Caught adrift somewhere between the backwash art noise of Sonic Youth and psychedelia of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, but with lapses into a rich and gut-felt Blues soundscape | 685 hits
Live Review: Hudson Taylor
Two brothers from Ireland who have been playing music together since they were little, have grown up to become the artist known as Hudson Taylor. | 453 hits
CD Review: Knock Out Kaine - Kandy Kaine
With riffs to rival Slash, and vocals that seem to have just leapt out from a Guns N Roses record, this EP has a great rocking, metal feel to it. | 718 hits
Band Profile: Corinne Bailey Rae
Corinne Bailey Rae was born and raised in Leeds, the oldest of three daughters to a West Indian father and a Yorkshire mother. | 3,971 hits
CD Review: Groove Armada - From The Vaults 1997-2007
At first glance of the cover, it's quite confusing to what the title of this album actually is, as 'GROOVE ARMADA - 10 YEAR STORY' stares you in the face, yet in the top left corner, 'From the Vaults 1997-2007' peers in discretely. | 876 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. | 852 hits
Live Review: Jack Penate + Lethal Bizzle + Middleman
I must admit that I am somewhat overjoyed to see that relative newcomer Jack Peņate has employed the recently revived tactic of selecting a local support act for each date of his tour. | 841 hits
Band Profile: Cloud Control
With affirmation of their brilliance in from their homeland, being awarded the critically acclaimed Australian Music Award Cloud Control are set to unleash their stellar collection of quirky layered harmonic psyche-pop on the rest of the world. | 224 hits
Live Review: Crosscut Saw + Serious Sam Barrett
It's a noble sight: performers fighting the flu and still giving an audience what they came for. The bug-victim count was fairly high on stage when Crosscut Saw battled their way through a couple of sets of fine stuff - even if it was as late as fifth song's guitar solo before the full spellbinding effect gripped listeners. | 868 hits
CD Review: Little Comets - Hope Is Just A State Of Mind
Little Comets are an interesting band. They have been teetering on the edge of indie excellence for the last 5 years, and I cannot for the life of me work out why they aren't one of the biggest guitar bands in the country. | 496 hits
Live Review: Ghetts + Frisco + AJ Tracey + Elf Kid
The names Ghetts, Frisco, AJ Tracey and Elf Kid on one bill is enough to make any grime fan a bit feverish. | 503 hits
Live Review: The Killers + Youthmovie Soundtrack Strategies + The Cooper Temple Clause + Bullet For My Valentine + We Are Scientists + The Blood Arm + Death From Above 1979 + The Blood Brothers + Goldie Lookin' Chain
"Hello, we've got a wake-up call for a Mr. Ramsden here. Yes, a bunch of tracksuit wearing oiks are waiting for you on the main stage, they said something about your mother looking for a pianist?". | 1,452 hits

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