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Band Profile: Hilary Hahn
At the age of 31, Grammy Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn is one of the most compelling artists on the international concert circuit. | 117 hits
Live Review: Clean Bandit
Supporting Clean Bandit was electronic pop band Years & Years, and immediately I recognized the frontman was infact, an actor! | 663 hits
Band Profile: People In Jars
post-prog | 828 hits
Live Review: Hope of the States
A band are generally on to a good thing if people leave the venue after their set in tears. OK, so sometimes a band might be just too damn scary and terrify young children into weeping. | 648 hits
Band Profile: Moishe's Bagel
Moishe's Bagel were formed in Edinburgh in 2003. They play passionate and angry Klezmer and Balkan music; and have cited folk dance, jazz, and eastern percussion as influential to their style. | 219 hits
Band Profile: Yann Tiersen
Yann Tiersen (born June 23, 1970 in Brest, Brittany, France) has been honing his musical aesthetic since he could stand on two legs. | 53 hits
Band Profile: Sergeant Lewis
Alternative Pop & Rock act with a nod towards the more obscure... | 861 hits
CD Review: St Vincent - Actor
That's right, four and a half stars. Save yourself five minutes and just click the link below to purchase yourself a copy of the best album of the year so far: | 469 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. | 3,525 hits
Band Profile: Labirinto
From São Paulo city, the group was formed in 2003 by the desire and experience of friends whom aimed to work out their musical influences through the composition of instrumental music. | 683 hits
Live Review: Wildbirds & Peacedrums + Seabear + Peter Broderick + Michael Rossiter
I like to think that one day Forest of Sound will make a mistake: they are clearly just too good at choosing the right acts to book for the right nights. | 802 hits
Band Profile: Yndi Halda
Yndi Halda is a post-rock band from Canterbury, United Kingdom. 'Yndi Halda' is Old Norse for "Enjoy Eternal Bliss", also the name of their "self-titled" debut. | 416 hits
Interview: Elliot Minor
Daniel Powell talks to York's Elliot Minor as they begin their tour at Leeds' Cockpit venue. | 38,641 hits
Band Profile: Cal Williams Jr
Three times winner of 'The South Australian Songwriter of the Year' and Bank's Music 'Best New Music U.K.' award winner, Cal Williams Jr, has recently been invited to perform at the prestigious 'Adelaide International Guitar Festival 2008'. | 247 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Charles Ives: Four Sonatas
Hilary Hahn seems to be championing new, modern and often misunderstood music of late. In 2008, she recorded the opinion-dividing Violin Concerto of Arnold Schoenberg, about which the great Jascha Heifetz himself said one would need six fingers in order to play. | 645 hits
Band Profile: John Mayer
There are two artists with the name John Mayer; American pop singer-songwriter John Clayton Mayer (b. | 280 hits
Band Profile: Uiscedwr
From the moment a Welsh fiddle player/singer Anna Esslemont met an Irish bodhran virtuoso Cormac Byrne late one strange, magical night when both were students in Manchester in 2002 and they resolved to make sweet music together, their rise was instant and spectacular. | 300 hits
CD Review: Fightstar - Be Human
Fightstar's third full-length, 'Be Human' finally sees the concept-loving, inherently theatrical post-hardcore band hook up with an orchestra. | 931 hits
Band Profile: Rodrigo Y Gabriela
Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero are two fast-fingered Mexicans with a unique sound created on acoustic guitars. | 296 hits
Band Profile: My Dying Bride
My Dying Bride is a doom metal band that was at the forefront of the English Doom movement in the early 90s that included such bands as the former label mates Anathema and Paradise Lost. | 253 hits
Band Profile: Leonard Bernstein
Leonard Bernstein, a unique source of creative energy in America's music throughout his entire adult lifetime, was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on August 25, 1918. | 51 hits
Interview: The Wonder Stuff
'Twas a blustery wet night on Sunday 12th March 2006 when I forced my way into a packed out Cockpit in Leeds, to interview not only a legend, to all self respecting indie lovers, but also a rather splendid chap! In the immortal words of Take That would The Wonder Stuff be back for good? | 3,988 hits

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