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CD Review: Modey Lemon - Predator EP
Modey Lemon: a moog induced thrash trash white-noise headfuck explosion from a duo devastated by "girl issues". | 385 hits
Live Review: Mclusky + Modey Lemon + Tricky Nixon
It's another night down at the Well and tonight we're in the presence of some nice ol' dirty rock. The night kicks off with Tricky Nixon. | 894 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Being 747 / The Lodger - split single
There is a point in DIY Prescriptions where if you listen ever so carefully it sounds like Dave Cooke is laughing at you with a sort of "God this is good isn't it?" smirk on his face... | 580 hits
CD Review: The Needles - 1,2,3... 5! EP
Pure pop punkers The Needles hail from Aberdeen and yet despite such remote parts they've managed to lay claim to a "Tipped by the NME" tag... | 417 hits
CD Review: Xi - Faceless
It will have no doubt raised more than just a few eyebrows when Xi and 48 Crash announced their recent union. | 554 hits
Live Review: Parisman + Fi-Lo Radio + Being 747 + Chevron
Review featured with permission from It has come to my attention that recent reviews in Charm have been of Emerson, Lake and Palmer proportions. | 562 hits
Live Review: Ladytron + Pink Grease + Black Wire
My word, there is heap plenty fashionista on display this evening, none more so in opening band Black Wire. | 940 hits
News Article: Soundpeople Live Stage line up announced for Moor Music Festival
The line up and times for the Soundpeople Live Stage at the Moor Music Festival 2009 was revealed today. | 485 hits
CD Review: Maps - We Can Create
Sadly, I've forgetten the accepted history of the synthesizer. Did Prof. Moog descend from the mountain top to impart the mystic benefits of his new electronic musicianship? | 549 hits
Live Review: Dressy Bessy + Saloon + The Seven Inches
Joseph's Well is already half full by the time that Leeds' The Seven Inches open up proceedings, immediately jetting us back to the eighties with some old-skool indie in a Wedding Present style. | 584 hits
Band Profile: Eureka Machines
Four-piece rock band from Leeds | 1,734 hits
CD Review: Sound Team - Movie Monster
An integral piece of modern music promotion is the framing devices bands and their associated promotional agencies use for classifying and categorising their sound. | 389 hits
News Article: Red Bull Music Academy comes to Leeds on April 23rd
It's Red Bull Music Academy time again - which means that aspiring DJs, producers and musicians hoping to attend the inspirational sessions in Toronto this autumn should get their applications into pronto. | 704 hits
Live Review: Modey Lemon + Pulled Apart by Horses + These Monsters
Tonight definitely feels like a choose-your-own-headliner affair. Partly this is attributable to the equal length of all three bands' sets, a modest thirty minutes each with very little procrastination, but chiefly it's the fact that support acts of such calibre and with this much buzz surrounding them are few and far between. | 559 hits
Live Review: Inner City Sumo + Shakinouts + Tiny Tigers + Plastic Fuzz
It wasn't a huge crowd that braved the Kirkstall Road winds to see these 4 bands in The Moog Productions evening at The Cardigan Arms. | 1,489 hits
Live Review: Shout Out Louds
The Swedish four piece trip daintily on stage, accompanied by a hurdy gurdy soundtrack that conjures up images of accordion playing moustachioed fellows and Heidi running through lush meadows. | 792 hits
Band Profile: Lifescreen
Rock | 2,192 hits
Live Review: The Automatic + White Belt Yellow Tag + Talk To Angels
It's a chilly Saturday evening and I'm at the lovely Brudenell Social Club to see The Automatic, touring in support of their new (and self-released) album. | 1,044 hits
Live Review: These Monsters + Kong + That Fucking Tank + Hot Club De Paris + Humanfly
It's 4PM on a Saturday afternoon and here I am at the Cockpit for the launch of These Monsters new album. | 837 hits
Live Review: Slaves + We Were Promised Jetpacks + Yak + Hookworms + Rat Boy + Raketkanon + Plastic Mermaids + Gaz Coombes + Gengahr + Treason Kings + Polo
featuring.... Polo, Treason Kings, Gaz Coombes, Plastic Mermaids, Raketkanon, Rebecca Clements, The Mispers, Gengahr, Rat Boy, Hookworms, Yak, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Slaves Yay. | 751 hits
Live Review: Junip
OK sleepy heads, no cheating now. Hands up who knew Jose Gonzalez had a band of his own that have been slipping in and out of consciousness since their school days in Sweden at the back end of the 90s? | 935 hits
Live Review: Clinic + JJ72 + The Delgados
A good crowd turned up for tonight's free Barfly sessions gig but there was plenty of room and it could have been promoted a little bit better because many of the genuine fans who would have paid to see these bands knew nothing of it. | 479 hits
CD Review: Young Professionals - Pleasure Time
I am a very easily confused person. I hold the Guinness World Record in Stupidity for asking a friend of mine, in a tone of complete seriousness and slight concern, "Tom, what day of the week is Thursday the 25th of October, please?" Therefore, the level of bewilderment currently accruing and simmering away in the vaults of fluff at the back of my brain is slowly but perceptibly rising. | 650 hits
CD Review: The Scaramanga Six - Strike! Up the Band
Strike! Up the Band is a monster. The 13 songs, the two videos and the SIX SIX SIX count-in absolutely guarantee one hell of a good mood. | 633 hits
Live Review: Soberskin + Robochrist + Project New City
Enthusiasts of tonight's bands nervously surround me, uniting in small rival groups, all with a clear objective at hand, to support and more importantly, cast a vote for the devoted band of which they are acquainted to. | 769 hits
Interview: These Monsters
Leeds Music Scene caught up with Sam Pryor from These Monsters in the run-up to the release of their debut album, 'Call Me Dragon'. | 895 hits
Live Review: The Moonlandingz + Frightened Rabbit + Idles + The Golden Age of TV
LIVE AT LEEDS 2017 Saturday 29th April Various venues NO MORE SLEEPS! It's LAL-day once again, a time for all indie kids to rejoice. | 383 hits

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