Search for cameron music performed on Friday, 27th November 2015.
We found the term cameron music in 25 articles.
Article Search Results
Band Profile: Claire Cameron Band Claire Cameron Band are an inventive female-fronted alternative rock band. Fusing genres of rock, alternative and singer-songwriter with a hint of metal. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10758/ | 1,665 hits
Live Review: Coheed and Cambria + Cameron As Cameron grace the stage, the mood in the Cockpit seems quite down. Support band My Codename is Milo pulled out a few days earlier, leaving punters a bit down. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2417/ | 418 hits
Live Review: Rosie Doonan + Claire Cameron + Nicky Phillips + Pippa Lloyd As 37,000 followers of hope, packed in to Elland Road to see Leeds United have their dreams of a place at Wembley disappointingly defeated, the music lovers of Leeds were celebrating within a parallel universe of enjoyment, due to the latest promotion from Cool Acoustics. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10759/ | 736 hits
Interview: Escape to New York After a great set on the BBC Introducing stage, I caught Escape to New York. These 4 Derbyshire lads, formed in June, are a bit of an unknown quantity, having only played 3 gigs together! So I probed, with my rather unusual style of questioning, to be enlightened with tales of encounters with David Cameron, working with Katy Perry and bizarre dolphins facts... Read on if you dare!! www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17063/ | 530 hits
Live Review: Bury Tomorrow Bury Tomorrow are a band I have seen once before, unintentionally stumbling across them at a festival a few months ago, and I am so thankful I did! www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17643/ | 427 hits
Band Profile: The Pablos The Pablos are: Mitch Cameron - Vocals, rhythm guitar Andy Steingold - Lead guitar, mouth harp James Pepper - Bass Paddy Phillps - Drums Hailing from Leeds, the band is an original psychedelic garage outfit formed in winter 2008 and quickly rising from obscurity to playing at popular venues including The Cockpit and The Brudenell Social Club. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11614/ | 1,416 hits
CD Review: Lux Lisbon - Bullingdon Club Before we begin, a confession: I am a Labour Party member. There I've said it. And it's probably not that shocking - it's hardly akin to a passion for toe sucking, or some other strange habit. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/19038/ | 438 hits
Live Review: Whirlwind Heat + The Detonators Don't you just love it when the support band turns out to be better than the headliners? Of course you don't know that when you're watching them, but they turn out to be the unexpected surprise of your evening. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2391/ | 662 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival Fringe launch 15 track album Organisers of the Leeds Festival Fringe - the week long event prior to the Leeds Festival that aims to celebrate the local music scene - have set up a new record label called Dead Sober Records. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13297/ | 1,036 hits
Band Profile: Bang Bang Romeo "Like a Tarantino soundtrack" - Chris Kimsey (Producer // Rolling Stones, INXS, Jimmy Page) <br /><br />"A harder edge Fleetwood Mac" - XFm www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/12916/ | 1,301 hits
Live Review: The Idol Dead + Further From The Truth + Luva Gunk After unfortunately missing the first band of the night, Beretta Suicide, it was refreshing to arrive at the 360 Club, a breeding ground for fresh young talent that is definitely becoming the best unsigned night in Leeds, to hear positive comments buzzing around the room. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17154/ | 666 hits
Interview: Gaggle Gaggle's debut full length, 'From the Mouth of the Cave' is out this week. To find out more about this genre-defying all-female choir, Jessica Thornsby caught up with 'Chief Gaggle' Deborah Coughlin. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16704/ | 636 hits