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CD Review: The Cribs - Hey Scenesters!
Witchita have been grooming Bloc Party, making them into everyone's favourite indie band. While this has been going on, unbeknown to most of the indie community, another of Witchita's bands, The Cribs have been recording some songs with the legend that is Edwyn Collins. | 2,406 hits
Live Review: The Cribs
Tonight The Cribs seem set on staging their own mini revolution as the end of their tour draws to a close in their home county. | 478 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!". | 321 hits
Live Review: The Cribs + The Lodger
If your priorities when it comes to gigs include musicianship and not getting shoved around, then you probably shouldn't go to see The Cribs. | 1,189 hits
News Article: The Cribs release 'Live At the Brudenell Social Club' triple DVD set
December 15th sees the release of the highly anticipated, limited edition triple DVD set from The Cribs. | 671 hits
CD Review: The Cribs - Ignore The Ignorant
Since the whole world seems to have gone The Cribs mad in the last few weeks, it seemed the only thing for it was to get into the spirit of things by listening to my pre-ordered 'Ignore the Ignorant' download on itunes as the clock struck midnight. | 1,004 hits
Live Review: The Cribs
The Cribs weren't set to play close to home on this tour, so when Ryan Jarman announced this Bradford University show as their 'home-town gig' the Wakefield chants were inevitable. | 482 hits
Live Review: The Cribs
You know when you see something so many times, but often miss the glaringly obvious each time? Well, it's not quite that with The Cribs because I always did enjoy watching them live but up on the Carling Stage it suddenly dawns on me how many great tunes they have... | 921 hits
News Article: The Cribs selected for NME Brit Pack Tour...
The Cribs have been selected by the NME for their "Brit Pack Tour" in March. 22-20s headline all dates, with other bands - on a rotating bill - including The Ordinary Boys, The Zutons, Thirteen Senses and Delays. | 500 hits
CD Review: The Cribs - Mirror Kissers
With another single from forthcoming album 'The New Fellas' this is The Cribs' latest slice of disjointed guitar pop. | 855 hits
News Article: The Cribs première video for 'Burning For No One'
The Cribs have made public their new video for 'Burning For No One'. The track is taken from the band's new album 'For All My Sisters' which is set for release in March. | 313 hits
Band Profile: The Cribs
indie rock | 14,760 hits
CD Review: The Cribs - The New Fellas
As I sit down to write this review I find myself remembering last night at The Cockpit watching a hundred young trendies letting themselves go crazy to tracks on this album such as Hey Scenesters!, Mirror Kissers and The Wrong Way To Be. | 903 hits
News Article: Kaiser Chiefs and The Cribs to release a limited edition tour single...
Kaiser Chiefs and The Cribs are to release a limited split 7" single, with each band covering the other's music. | 767 hits
Live Review: The Datsuns + The Cribs
The Cribs take the stage to Somewhere In My Heart by sensitive Eighties tunesmiths Aztec Camera, but this soon turns out to be a red herring from a band who clearly want to be identified with a more en vogue music trend. | 839 hits
News Article: The Cribs release their debut album on March 8th...
The Cribs release their self-titled debut album (on Wichita Recordings) on Monday, 8th March. Recorded at Toerag Studios in about half an hour The Cribs is simply the catchiest 12 songs you're going to hear this year... | 659 hits
News Article: The Cribs to release "You Were Always The One" in February...
The Cribs head out on tour in January/February with fellow local bands The Blueskins and 10,000 Things. | 501 hits
News Article: The Cribs continue their musical blitzkrieg with a new single on 22nd August...
On Monday 22nd August, The Cribs release the third single - titled "Martell" (Wichita) - to be taken from their 2005 album "The New Fellas". | 669 hits
News Article: The Cribs release the album "The New Fellas" on 20th June...
The Cribs new album "The New Fellas" is released on Monday 20th June and formats include a special edition with a bonus 12-track live album recorded at the band's show in Leeds last month. | 611 hits
Live Review: The Cribs + The Old House
The Rocket Bar does not look very welcoming to The Old House tonight as they take the stage, fewer than 30 people are in the room watching though this soon changes as the blast through opener Platoon. | 1,665 hits
Live Review: The Cribs + Giant Drag
So here we are at the Refectory, the house lights go down and on comes Giant Drag. If you have never seen or heard of Giant Drag before then here is your first impression of them. | 1,139 hits
News Article: The Cribs to headline Live At Leeds 2015
Following last week's announcement of fifty more bands added to Live At Leeds 2015 the festival organisers have today revealed that The Cribs will be their headliner this coming May. | 246 hits
Live Review: The Cribs
The tour that began with unconscious shenanigans in Birmingham, ended here as The Cribs poured their last ounces of energy into this final night blow-up at the Forum. | 608 hits
News Article: The Cribs to play free show at HMV in Leeds
To celebrate the launch of the band's latest single 'Cheat On Me', The Cribs will be appearing at HMV Leeds today at noon. | 590 hits
News Article: The Cribs announce new single 'Come On, Be A No-One'
Having whetted the appetite with 'Chi-Town' [listen here], a whirlwind four date live excursion and the imminence of a fifth album 'In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull', Yorkshire band The Cribs are pleased to announce the arrival of a brand new single, 'Come On, Be A No-One', on 16th April via Wichita Records. | 245 hits
Live Review: Yellow Stripe Nine + The Cribs
Sadly missing the workaholic Being 747 (four gigs this week for them!) it was straight into the nitty-gritty of Futuresound. | 838 hits
CD Review: The Cribs - Another Number / Baby Don't Sweat
The A-side is "Another Number", a gloriously lackadaisical amble down lo-fi lane. This one just prods and teases and you think that any minute it will kick off, guitars a blazing, yet after a couple of minutes it just finishes. | 917 hits
News Article: The Cribs to release new single on 17th May...
The new The Cribs single What About Me is in the shops from Monday 17th May, and comes in two CD and 7" formats. | 289 hits
News Article: The Cribs release single on Wichita Recordings...
The Cribs release their debut single on Wichita Recordings on Monday, 10th November. The single features the tracks Baby Don't Sweat and Another Number and will be released as a edition 7" only. | 289 hits
Live Review: The Cribs
Last year in the Radio 1 tent The Cribs gave a performance that completely won me over, becoming not just a band with good pop tunes but now the ability to deliver them in the live arena with the same quality they managed to capture on record. | 517 hits
News Article: The Cribs to tour the UK supporting The Sleepy Jackson...
Wichita's hotest new signings, local boys The Cribs head out on a UK tour this week, when they support The Sleepy Jackson. | 438 hits
News Article: The Cribs release a new double A-side single on Monday...
The Cribs release a new single - titled "You're Gonna Lose Us" - on Monday, 5th December. The double A-side also features album track "The Wrong Way To Be" as well as some brand new B-sides. | 331 hits
News Article: The Cribs to headline at Long Division 2014
The Cribs will play their first public hometown show in seven years at this year's Long Division Festival. | 248 hits
News Article: The Cribs to release "Hey Scenesters!" ...
The Cribs release a new single on Monday, 4th April. Titled "Hey Scenesters!" the single comes on a very limited 7" format and also on CD. | 479 hits
CD Review: The Cribs - Martell
The third offering from our very own Wakefield trio's second album 'The New Fellas' is yet another slice of charming indie pop responsible for securing the hype surrounding the so-called 'New Yorkshire' movement at the moment. | 707 hits
News Article: The Cribs announce new album 'In The Belly of The Brazen Bull'
The Cribs have unveiled details of their fifth album - 'In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull' - which will be released on 7th May via Wichita Records. | 255 hits
News Article: The Cribs release a new single
The Cribs released a new single on February 25th. 'I'm A Realist' marks the final chapter in the life of 'Men's Needs...' and comes backed with a cover of the Replacements' classic 'Bastards Of Young', which was produced by Bernard Butler and the band, with Sebastian Lewsley at Edwyn Collins' Westheath Studio. | 323 hits
CD Review: The Cribs - You're Gonna Lose Us
Rounding up a splendid year for Wakefield's favourite sons, The Cribs release a brand new double A-side for your pleasure. | 637 hits
News Article: The Cribs will release their fourth album 'Ignore The Ignorant' in September
The Cribs have this week confirmed details of their fourth album, 'Ignore The Ignorant', to be released on 7th September 2009 through the Wichita Recordings label. | 326 hits
News Article: The Cribs release their 'Housewife' single
After the first public airing of 'Housewife' on Radio 1 on Monday, The Cribs have announced that you can get the single as an official download on iTunes from today, Tuesday 10th August. | 351 hits
Live Review: Bobby Conn + The Cribs + Kaiser Chiefs
So it's my first time back at the Well since that whole unfortunate 'incident' when The Stills overran by about six hours or something. | 2,820 hits
News Article: The Cribs support, Long Division Wakefield Fest and Album News
We're very pleased to announce that we'll be supporting The Cribs in Coventry on Fri 20th May. The Cribs have announced a special one off warm up show ahead of their handful of festival appearances this summer. | 499 hits
Live Review: 10,000 Things + The Cribs + The Blueskins + The Tennessee Traincrash
Time for the three kings to return to their kingdom, time for a superb local act to grab some of the glory and have some for themselves. | 2,202 hits
Band Profile: Exclamation Pony
New band from Ryan Jarman (The Cribs) and Jen Turner (Thrillionaire/ex Here We Go Magic) | 131 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. | 314 hits
Live Review: Burning Brides + My Red Cell + The Cribs
Mullets. When did they become fashionable again? They're all around me. I nervously feel that I'm being punished for having a chuckle at a few days earlier, or perhaps I've been warped into a parallel universe where all the rock chick style guides insist on one. | 823 hits
News Article: A Last Concern music video planned with Cribs Director Adam Fair
Pending their upcomming EP release "Dying here is strictly prohibitted" (Roni Szpakowski - The Casino Brawl) Leeds metal band A Last concern have just confirmed they will shoot their next music video with director Adam Fair (The Cribs / You Were Always The One). | 256 hits
Live Review: Ludes + Future Kings of Spain + My Red Cell + The Cribs
It's official: My Red Cell offer no comfort to back pain. Not being skilled in the art of medical science or physiotherapy could be an excuse, but I put it to you the reader that if their barrage of leaping and yelping had been in any way exciting I'd have forgotten about my oh-so-amusing fall down a flight of stairs earlier in the day. | 651 hits
News Article: Primal Scream, The Cribs and The Wonder Stuff confirmed for Bingley Music Live
Primal Scream, The Cribs and The Wonder Stuff are the first acts to be confirmed for this year's Bingley Music Live organisers announced this week. | 272 hits
News Article: The Cribs to headline the Radio One / NME Stage at Leeds Festival 2008
The line up for the Leeds Festival 2008 was revealed today, although it was not much of a surprise as one of the most-rumoured line ups of recent years was finally confirmed this evening. | 855 hits
Live Review: Kasabian + The Cribs + The Vaccines + Enter Shikari + Jake Bugg
A note to BBC Three. The 'L' part of your 'R & L' logo stands for 'Leeds'. Just thought I'd point this out, although I'm sure we can learn to manage without Fearne Cotton, in time. | 669 hits
News Article: The Cribs to appear on the Main Stage at Leeds Festival 2010
The Leeds 2010 headliners and the first line up announcement was published last night and now that the dust has settled, we've taken a look at the initial band list. | 1,618 hits
News Article: The Cribs announce details of new single and album
Celebrating their tenth anniversary in 2013, Wakefield band The Cribs are set to release 'Payola' - a career spanning compilation album - on 25th February 2013. | 403 hits
Live Review: Muse + Arctic Monkeys + Feeder + Dirty Pretty Things + The Futureheads + The Cribs + Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames
As another long night bleeds into another bright, sunny day, bleary eyed tent dwellers emerge from their probably now a little bit on the stale side canvas abodes to see out the last day of the festival. | 934 hits
News Article: Leeds bands dominate the Top 40 Charts
Three of the region's bands have taken over the UK Top 40 Charts this May Bank Holiday. The Pigeon Detectives secured their second Top 20 hit single with their re-release this week of "I'm Not Sorry". | 954 hits
Band Profile: Wrinkle
Wrinkle are the former band of Ryan Jarman and Gary Jarman of The Cribs. | 544 hits
CD Review: Piskie Sits - 50's Greaser Uniform
Last time this reviewer made cautious steps into the music scene in Wakefield, it was full of childish punk and metal bands. | 3,319 hits
News Article: This Many Boyfriends release a new single
Fresh from sellout UK tours with The Cribs and Allo Darlin', Leeds indie-pop band This Many Boyfriends have returned with their toe-tappingly catchy new single '(I Should Be A) Communist' which they say is about "our bass player, money and cardigans". | 1,126 hits
Band Profile: Rupert Stroud
Rupert Stroud is an Acoustic/pop/rock singer/songwriter | 801 hits
News Article: Leeds bands record tracks in aid of the 'Cash for Kids' Appeal
Leeds bands The Pigeon Detectives and The Cribs have teamed up with 96.3 Radio Aire to raise money for neglected children in Leeds and West Yorkshire. | 849 hits
Band Profile: Tres Macacos
indie pop | 681 hits
News Article: This Many Boyfriends announce debut album release
Leeds band This Many Boyfriends have this week announced the release of their debut album, which will hit the shops on 8th October 2012. | 235 hits
News Article: This Many Boyfriends release 'Starling'
'Starling' is the cracking new single from Leeds indiepop band This Many Boyfriends. The single will be available to buy on February 20th through Angular Recording Corporation and is accompanied by a number of live dates, including Leeds dates supporting Allo Darlin' (Brudenell Social Club, 26/2) and The Cribs (LMUSU, 3/3). | 251 hits
Band Profile: Take A Bow
Take A Bow are a 4-piece power rock/pop band from Castleford in West Yorkshire | 291 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2006 line up announced...
The line up for the Leeds Festival 2006 was announced this evening with a few Leeds bands amongst those appearing. | 6,136 hits
News Article: This Many Boyfriends to release 'Young Lovers Go Pop!'
This Many Boyfriends have announced the release of their new single, 'Young Lovers Go Pop!'. The single is released on 22nd August 2011 via the Angular Records label, and follows their 2010 EP 'Getting A Life With This Many Boyfriends'. | 330 hits
Band Profile: Black Wire
Black Wire... | 8,396 hits
News Article: Bands added to the NME Radio One Stage for Leeds Festival 2005...
More bands have been added to the line up for the NME Radio One Stage for Leeds Festival 2005. The Friday in Leeds now includes HAL, Sons & Daughters, The Rakes and Art Brut whilst the Saturday line up has been added to by Death From Above 1979, The Dead 60s and Blood Brothers. | 1,270 hits
News Article: Wild Beasts to release a single on Leeds label Bad Sneakers Records
Leeds-based record label Bad Sneakers Records have this week announced the release of their third single. | 382 hits
News Article: Squirrel Records announce a massive 27-track CD compilation titled "Nut Boppin' Whoppers!"
Leeds-based record label Squirrel Records have announced the release of a 27-track CD compilation titled "Nut Boppin' Whoppers!" (SQRL13) to hit the shops on Monday, October 31st. | 684 hits
Band Profile: The Wallbirds
After touring the UK as practically unknown indie signings, Doncaster trio The Wallbirds have become one of the most exciting unsigned bands for 2008; their bluesy Dylan-esque aggression with grass roots approach to modern pop song writing likening them to The Libertines or White Stripes, with a classic rock 'n' roll sense of emergency. | 1,204 hits
News Article: A couple of Leeds bands hit the UK charts...
In a week that saw a few local band releases, two local acts managed to make an impression on the UK charts announced yesterday. | 1,009 hits
News Article: More bands added to Bingley Music Live line up
The Human League, Summer Camp, The Struts and The Electric Swing Circus are the latest acts to join the line-up for Bingley Music Live. | 372 hits
CD Review: The Ordinary Boys - Week In, Week Out
Here's yet another over hyped band from the NME school of how to rock. It's very strange how exciting "new" bands these days seem to be ripping off old bands. | 415 hits
News Article: The Sugars to release 'Black Friday' on June 16th
Leeds three-piece The Sugars will release a new single on Monday, 16th June. Released through the Bad Sneakers Records label, 'Black Friday' will be available on limited edition 7" coloured vinyl, CD and Digital Download formats, and is the third single to be taken from the band's forthcoming debut album 'The Curse Of The Sugars', released 7th July. | 268 hits
Band Profile: Full Frontal
punk rock | 2,353 hits
News Article: Kaiser Chiefs release the DVD of their Elland Road show
Kaiser Chiefs have this week released the DVD of their hometown gig at Elland Road on 24th May. Filmed at the home of Leeds United in front of 40,000 fans, 'Live At Elland Road' covers the band's biggest headline show to date, and the video includes a cameo performance from Mark Ronson and The Cribs' Ryan Jarman. | 383 hits
News Article: Cut Out Shapes release Debut EP on 20th September through D.I. Records
Cut Out Shapes release their debut EP on D.I. Records on the 20th September on Limited Edition CD and download through iTunes. | 350 hits
CD Review: Michael Ainsley Band - Cyclone
This is the second release by Michael Ainsley and the first with a full band backing him up, recruiting band members from Wakefields Retarded Fish, as well as from The Runaround Kids and Piskie Sits. | 413 hits
CD Review: Giant Drag - Hearts And Unicorns
There has been quite a lot of recent hype and attention surrounding this two-piece from LA after touring with The Like and The Cribs. | 286 hits
News Article: Gig Announcement! The Ship-Tones live at 360club, Library on 30th May
The first ever Ship-Tones live experience is finally happening with a full 10 piece live band of some of Leeds best musicians alongside video projections and vocals of some rather well-known singers from Vaccines, Kaiser Chiefs, Cribs, Edwin Collins and Inspiral Carpets. | 255 hits
News Article: More acts announced for Bingley Music Live
The Fratellis, Loveable Rogues, Lucy Spraggan, The Lake Poets, The Temperance Movement and Charlie Brown are the latest acts confirmed for this year's Bingley Music Live. | 379 hits
News Article: The Lodger announce details of new single and album
The Lodger are set to release their third album "Flashbacks" on Monday 26th April 2010 on CD/DL through This is Fake DIY Records (UK) and Slumberland Records (USA). | 502 hits
Band Profile: Blackouse
We are a 4 piece indie rock band from Halifax, West Yorkshire, reformed from the previous band Oshanova formed in 2005. | 231 hits
Band Profile: Pierpoint
indie/rock | 1,022 hits
Band Profile: The Do's
Debut EP "Slide" out now on Philophobia Music | 762 hits
News Article: Leeds bands honoured at the first Independent Leeds Music Awards...
Leeds' diverse music community was honoured last night in the inaugural Independent Leeds Music Awards. | 2,163 hits
News Article: Headliners announced for O2 Wireless Festival 2007 in Leeds
The headliners for the O2 Wireless Leeds 2007 festival have been revealed today, and as previously announced it will be the Leeds five-piece Kaiser Chiefs that will be the main attraction on the Saturday night (16th June). | 1,178 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Wrath Supersevens #9
Happy, happy, joy, joy and thank goodness for the keen eared folk of Wrath. Once again they have bolstered their roster with something quite splendid. | 570 hits
News Article: The Blueskins complete work on debut EP and release a new single in February...
The Blueskins start the New Year with a new single and an extensive UK tour. The band, who closed 2003 in fine style with a clutch of dates including an uproarious set at the Eat Your Own Ears Christmas Party in Islington, take to the road in the company of 10,000 Things, The Cribs and Fiery Furnaces through the course of January and February. | 337 hits
Band Profile: The Romance
There are two bands with this name 1) An English Indie band 2) An Italian Hardcore band 1) The Romance are from Teesside in the North East of sunny old England.They have recently played with bands such as Babyshambles, The Paddingtons, The Cribs and Arctic Monkeys. | 289 hits
News Article: Chic feat. Nile Rodgers confirmed for Bingley Music Live 2013
It's official. Good times are expected at Bingley Music Live 2013 with living legend CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers. | 395 hits
News Article: 3,000 experience biggest ever Long Division Festival
Long Division Festival celebrated its biggest year this weekend gone, with over 3,000 people attending the annual Wakefield festival. | 320 hits
News Article: The Do's release debut EP "Slide" on Philophobia Music
The Do's are a duo from Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Elliot Oldroyd (Guitar vocals) Matthew Oleary (Drums,Vocals) The band's debut EP "Slide" has just been released through the independent record label Philophobia Music. | 267 hits
News Article: The Small Note taken over by local music photographers...
The Small Note (formally The CD Centre) record shop on the corner of the Merrion Centre has allowed its window to be taken over by a collaboration of two local music photographers. | 435 hits
CD Review: 1990s - Cookies
My initial thoughts and worries for 1990s was that they were going to sound exactly like the other thousands of indie alternative bands that seem to have descended upon us so far in 2007. | 357 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. | 553 hits
Band Profile: Atlantic Dash
During the summer of 2003, fresh from studying music at Northampton College, Nathan, Ethan and Stuart gathered some of the town's musicians in a room to find the remaining members of their new band. | 236 hits
News Article: Kaiser Chiefs short listed for five Brit Awards...
Leeds five-piece Kaiser Chiefs have been short listed for an amazing five awards at The Brits 2006. The quintet, who last year received a Mercury Awards nomination, are up for Best Band, Best Rock Band, Best Live Band, Best Album and Best Breakthrough Act. | 439 hits
Live Review: Look See Proof + The Bribes + The Spills
Having played at The Cockpit before to only a handful of people, it wasn't looking good for Look See Proof when myself and my friends walked in to The Cockpit to find only one couple sat in the corner. | 1,499 hits
News Article: Futuresound 2006 offers Leeds bands the opportunity to play at Leeds Festival 2006
With the lineup for the Leeds Festival 2006 recently announced, tickets now sold out and with the summer just around the corner, it can only mean one thing for West Yorkshire bands ... | 1,230 hits
Band Profile: Black Surf
FuzzyGrungeyAltRockPop? 4 piece from Leeds. Debut EP out now free to download. | 130 hits
News Article: The Dharma to release a new single in February
The Dharma will release their first official single in February at their launch party at the Cockpit on Friday 6th February. | 640 hits
News Article: Napoleon IIIrd to release a new mini album titled 'Hideki Yukawa'
Napoleon IIIrd is back with a much-anticipated new release and a February tour with Domino Records signings Wild Beasts. | 341 hits
News Article: Leeds bands to play at annual free Middlesbrough live music festival...
Five of Leeds' finest live acts are to appear at a free festival in Middlesbrough on Sunday 19th June. | 1,770 hits
Live Review: Kaiser Chiefs + The Twang + 1990s + The Pigeon Detectives + Kate Nash + Good Shoes
Due to the proverbial heavens opening the previous day, my pals and I strode forth into the grounds of Harewood House in a non-too-Utilitarian fashion. | 516 hits
News Article: Rupert Stroud to release 'Talk To You' EP
Rupert is no stranger to the Leeds music scene and his powerful vocal has garnered support from XFM, BBC 6 Music and Radio 2, amassing fans along the way. | 282 hits
News Article: Glassbody to play at Leeds Festival as Centre Stage 2012 winners
Glassbody were last night confirmed on the line up for the annual Reading and Leeds Festivals after claiming their spot by taking top spot at the final of the Centre Stage 2012 competition. | 766 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. | 241 hits
Feature: Video: Martin House Hospice and Centre Stage 2013
LMS speaks to Sarah Smith from Martin House Hospice at the Centre Stage 2013 Press Launch and Martin House Leeds Festival 2012 Auction Exhibition. | 560 hits
CD Review: Rupert Stroud - Chasing the Night
Now that more music than ever is being downloaded and the tangibility of a CD is becoming less frequent, it is really refreshing to get an album that has had so much thought put into the artwork. | 283 hits
News Article: This Many Boyfriends to release a new single
Angular Records have announced the release of 'Tina Weymouth', the third single to be taken from the critically lauded self-titled debut album by Leeds band This Many Boyfriends. | 355 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2012 line up revealed
The official line up for Leeds 2012 was announced this evening at 715pm live on air on BBC Radio One. | 7,122 hits
Live Review: Wonderswan
What would ex-Boyracer member Ged and ex indie sweet band Grammatics synth player sound like together? | 589 hits
Live Review: Shrag + The Manhattan Love Suicides + Beards
First of all this gig is criminally under attended, because all three bands are really good. Beards are a three piece who come on stage dressed head to toe in what look like nu-rave garden gnome outfits. | 605 hits
CD Review: Red.Star.Line - s/t
Somehow while living the rock 'n' roll lifestyle Red.Star.Line managed to find the time to whip up a whole album. | 356 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). | 889 hits
News Article: Resonance to release their debut single
Leeds band Resonance are about to release their debut single 'SUNSET BLVD' with b-side 'GOTTA BE', after playing together as a 5 piece for nearly a year. | 546 hits
Band Profile: Eden Drive
Hailing from Leeds, Eden Drive were formed in the summer of 2009 and are a four piece consisting of Jim (Vocals, Guitar), Chris (Vocals, Guitar), Sam (Bass) and P.J (Drums). | 683 hits
Band Profile: Samsa
indie rock | 1,880 hits
Venue: Faversham
The Faversham is a live music venue and night club/bar situated on the edge of the city centre behind Leeds University. | 5,625 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2010 tickets to go on sale on Monday 29th March
Leeds Festival organisers have today announced that the tickets for Leeds 2010 will officially go on sale on Monday, 29th March at 6.45pm. | 1,481 hits
CD Review: The Research - She's Not Leaving
It seems the more you love a song, the harder it is to review. When you hate something, you can slag it off for a good hour or so, it is harder to justify love. | 1,473 hits
News Article: Leeds bands announced for Carling Stage at Leeds Festival 2004...
Carling Stage bands have been announced this week for Leeds Festival 2004 and the line up includes a number of local bands. | 1,772 hits
News Article: Carling Stage bands announced for Leeds Festival 2005...
Mean Fiddler have today announced the line up for the Carling Stage at Leeds Festival 2005, which includes local representation from ¡Forward, Russia! | 2,042 hits
Band Profile: Come On Gang!
Formed at Edinburgh College of Art in spring 2007, Come On Gang! immediately started writing the sort of music they wanted to hear on a night out: punky guitars, driving bass, inspired sing-along lyrics and melodies that get firmly stuck spinning through your head. | 121 hits
News Article: Piskie Sits and The Spills release a split EP titled 'Dogs are Faithful, Cats are Clever'
Piskie Sits and The Spills have released a split EP on the Louder Than Bombs record label on 23rd June 2008. | 601 hits
Live Review: The Pigeon Detectives
Having been there at early The Pigeon Detectives gigs at The Cockpit and Leeds Met University, and witnessed the excitement of following a local band right up to the big league, before that quick second album dumped them so unceremoniously out of favour again, I was interested to see how they would come out fighting at their Christmastime homecoming shows. | 743 hits
News Article: Want to appear at Bingley Music Live 2013?
With the first raft of live bands revealed (see Primal Scream, The Cribs and The Wonder Stuff confirmed for Bingley Music Live) the search is now on for unsigned artists to come and be part of this year's exciting festival. | 424 hits
News Article: 10,000 things to love about new city centre live music venue...
Transmission Promotions today announced the location of the new home for their groundbreaking slant on live music. | 844 hits
Band Profile: Eight Legs
Despite being either 21 (singer and guitarist Sam Jolly, drummer Jack Garside) or 22 (bassist Adam Neil and guitarist Jack Wharton), there is a melancholy to Eight Legs that evokes experience rather than innocence. | 275 hits
CD Review: The Whippets - You'll Be Fine EP
I'm not really a lover of filling reviews with press release fodder, but this is fucking excellent: "The Whippets sound like a dip in a plunge pool, followed by a particularly tricky numbers round of Countdown, standing on your head and then finding a tenner you didn't know you had and spending it all on Pic n'Mix." Right dissection fans, let's go... | 334 hits
News Article: Kinch to release their debut single on the Halo UK label
Kinch, a young indie-pop band from the Halton area of Leeds, has just been signed by London-based indie label Halo UK and expect their first single, the double A-side 'Old Fashioned Love' / 'Everybody's Talking About It', to be released in July. | 457 hits
Band Profile: The Labels
Wakefield-based indie-pop five-piece. | 704 hits
Band Profile: A Last Concern
Metal / Melodic Hardcore | 545 hits
News Article: Applications now open for Centre Stage 2015 competition
Hot off the heels of Centre Stage winning Hospice UK's 2014 National Award for 'Innovation in Income Generation', 2015's competition is now open for registration. | 299 hits
Live Review: Rochelle
The Faversham hustled and bustled with Leeds' scenesters and industry moguls aplenty this evening. Despite the Easter holidays being upon us once again (where do the years go ... | 530 hits
CD Review: Sonic Youth - Hits Are For Squares
It's not until you hear a full collection like this that you realise how influential Sonic Youth have been on the music and musicians of today. | 498 hits
News Article: Many more bands announced for Leeds Festival 2006
Following the announcement for this year's Leeds Festival earlier this month, more bands have today been revealed for the three-day annual highlight in the Leeds music calendar. | 1,280 hits
News Article: Complete line up for NME / Radio One Stage at Leeds Festival 2012 revealed
The full line up for the NME / Radio One Stage has been announced. Leeds 2012 takes place at Bramham Park over the August Bank Holiday. | 2,061 hits
Live Review: Stagger + The Attic Project + Polar
Bright Young Things - a new showcase of talent - has hit venues across Leeds this past week and I caught up with the Leeds Met. | 670 hits
Band Profile: The Paddingtons
Comprised of Tom Atkin (vocalist), Martin Hines (guitarist), Josh Hubbard (guitarist); and brothers Lloyd (bassist) and Grant Dobbs (drummer), The Paddingtons were signed by Alan McGee to his Poptones record label. | 506 hits
News Article: More bands and day splits revealed for Bingley Music Live 2013
Bingley Music Live organisers have this week confirmed the day splits and made available day tickets for the much-loved Yorkshire music festival taking place at Myrtle Park between August 30th and September 1st. | 408 hits
Feature: Playing in Leeds: March 16 - March 22 2015
Watch a few of the great acts playing Leeds this week. | 279 hits
News Article: More bands announced for Long Division Festival
More band haves been announced for September's Long Division Festival in Wakefield. The new additions reflect the best rising talent in the country as well as the Indie Label Network - a new network where eight labels were invited to submit one band to perform at the festival. | 543 hits
News Article: Rupert Stroud releases new single 'Twisted Games'
After two critically acclaimed albums, regular adulation and live appearances on BBC Introducing shows up and down the country and several exciting festival appearances, Rupert Stroud is now back with brand new single 'Twisted Games'. | 226 hits
News Article: Post War Glamour Girls announce debut album 'Pink Fur'
Post War Glamour Girls have announced the release of their debut ten track LP 'Pink Fur' on February 14th 2014, along with two exciting launch shows in Leeds and London. | 353 hits
CD Review: Nic Armstrong - The Greatest White Liar
Recorded at the currently hip Toe Rag Studios, produced and engineered by studio boss Liam Watson (cf Elephant and The Cribs) "The Greatest White Liar" is a fully realised retro-pop album of songs - and virtually a solo album to boot. | 687 hits
Band Profile: Resonance
Resonance, Fouad - Rhythm Guitar John - Bass Jonny - Lead Vocal Mark - Drums and Backing Vocals Sean - Lead Guitar and Rhythm Guitar "Resonance is a great name for the band, big sound, big energy, you are Resonance and need to be on a big stage..." Alan Raw (BBC Radio DJ) "'Shaman' is the standout track displaying their ability to write catchy numbers which also showcase all five members' respective talents. | 754 hits
Band Profile: Being 747
indie | 3,165 hits
CD Review: Atlantic Dash - Human Error
Ethan and Nathan Dickens, Stuart Morrison , Rob Soulsby and Tom Francis: Fierce Panda's latest punt into the unknown. | 883 hits
Feature: Leeds Music Scene in December 2005: 5 years ago this month...
With the Leeds Music Scene website now entering its 13th year we thought it about time we looked through the archives to see what was happening in Leeds 5 years ago. So what was happening in December 2005... | 531 hits
Live Review: GirlsOnDrugs
Leeds Music Scene was at the annual Martin House fundraiser Centre Stage final at the O2 Academy, where a place on the Reading and Leeds bill was at stake. | 417 hits
Band Profile: The Real Losers
garage rock punk | 616 hits
Live Review: InSatellites + Alaska + Tsar Nicholas III And The Exiles + Six O'Clock Showdown
First up on tonight's 360 Club showcase of local unsigned talent are Six O'Clock Showdown. Their indie rock 'n' roll has a distinctly Northern flavour with accented vocals and contagious riffs not unlike the Artic Monkeys (circa 2007) and The Cribs. | 406 hits
Live Review: Spectres + Suzy Blu + Fans
Bradfordian indie rockers Fans took to the stage first at this week's Bad Owl Presents ultimately well attended Saturday slot at the Fox & Newt. | 699 hits
Live Review: Towers Of London + The Tommys
Oi, Arctic Monkeys fans, listen up! Whether you like it or not, we're gonna flood your marketplace with THIS!! | 882 hits
Live Review: Arctic Monkeys + Prodigy + Them Crooked Vultures + Chuck Ragan + Delphic + Dinosaur Pile-up
With nothing on Thursday billing to grab you by the throat and force you to pay attention, the masses leisurely set about acclimatising themselves with the compact and well laid out site, and then embark on the evening's perpetual hunt - the unsuccessful parched souls stalking the happily lubricated few in the hope that they will lead them to the single open bar on site. | 657 hits
CD Review: The Thermals - Personal Life
Everything's about context. If it's a fuck up an alleyway or a painting in a gallery, being in love or actually just being drunk, things can only be judged on their own merits. | 375 hits
News Article: 6 more acts confirmed for Bingley Music Live
Bradford Council have confirmed six more bands for this year's Bingley Music Live. Theme Park, The Dunwells, The Dirty Rivers, KatMen, Dave McPherson and China Rats will join the bill for the seventh annual festival, which will be held at Myrtle Park in Bingley between Friday, 30th August and Sunday, 1st September. | 488 hits
News Article: Bands to battle for Leeds Festival spot on Tuesday at Centre Stage 2012
Back in April, Martin House Children's Hospice held their third, annual Centre Stage Heats at The Wardrobe, Leeds. | 781 hits
CD Review: And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead - Worlds Apart
What's the future of rock and roll in 2005? With many bands filling the charts with standard indie ballads, a lot of people would say it's in a sorry state as the expressionism is lost and individuality is getting harder and harder to find, whilst maybe others would argue that the fact this music is becoming popular is a sign of the times changing, of "alternative" music making it big in waves, and that maybe the influx of younger (and older) fans turning to the genre can only be a good thing? | 977 hits
Interview: The Bonnitts
Victoria Holdsworth catches up with Hull band The Bonnitts before they go on stage at Beach 2006 in Scarborough | 582 hits
Live Review: Decibels in Bloom + Termite + New Portlands
Over the last few years, it seems Huddersfield has been awash with young indie bands, complete with converse trainers and spiky guitars, following bright eyed in the wake of a trail blazed by local contemporaries, most notably Arctic Monkeys and The Cribs. | 735 hits
News Article: Pet Shop Boys recruited as Bingley Music Live 2014 headliners!
Yorkshire music festival Bingley Music Live may just have secured the festival coup of 2014. The 16,000 capacity, 3 day festival in Yorkshire has added the legendary music duo Pet Shop Boys, who have sold over 50 million records worldwide, as one of their headliners this summer. | 368 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival Preview: who to watch at Leeds 2010
Are you the indecisive type? It's ok - you don't have to make up your mind right away. For now just accept that maybe you're the type of person who is confident enough to take advice. | 1,226 hits
Live Review: The Paddingtons + Five O'Clock Heroes + The Old House
Matt Knee is the smiliest drummer I have ever had the pleasure to watch! It made my night to see someone up there who was clearly enjoying every moment and who was not too ashamed to show his excitement. | 1,488 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2012 stage times announced
With just one day to go before Leeds Festival goers begin to head to Bramham Park, we have all the stage times for Leeds 2012. | 3,786 hits
Interview: Exit International
The Exit International boys, Scott, Adam and Fudge, dropped in for a little drink, some curry and a chat. We discussed real 'man love' for Castrovalva, appreciation for fishing and coming to Leeds to record their album. | 364 hits
Live Review: Sky Larkin + Ellen and the Escapades + Gallops + Twisted Wheel + Germain + Telegraphs + Remember the Hurricanes + New Vinyl + Middleman
I arrive into Leeds at 12 for what is set to be the biggest and might I add the strongest Live at Leeds all dayer yet. | 1,047 hits
Band Profile: Louise Distras | 914 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Sounds of the Rhubarb Triangle
Whilst the 'Rhubarb Triangle' historically describes that polygonaceae-rich patch of land between Wakefield, Rothwell and Morley, I suspect that this compilation celebrates the musical output of the first-named metropolitan outpost. | 813 hits
Band Profile: Modest Mouse
Modest Mouse is an American rock band. The band was formed in 1993 in Issaquah, Washington, United States by guitarist Isaac Brock, drummer Jeremiah Green and bassist Eric Judy. | 364 hits
Band Profile: Bobby Conn
Bobby Conn is Love. Bobby Conn is all. Bobby Conn is peace, prosperity and a chicken in every pot. Bobby Conn will sing his way into your heart with his catchy songs about cocaine, the supremecy of the Jewish people and the upcoming apocalypse. | 237 hits
Interview: Kenosha
We catch up with power-pop trio Kenosha who chat about fame early in their careers, rehearsing in Bridlington and almost having a 'we're not worthy!' moment with their heroes... | 671 hits
Live Review: Razorlight + The Sunshine Underground + King Charles + The Blood Arm + Piskie Sits + Skint & Demoralised + Kate Douglas + The Bishops
I can't think of a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon, than sat in a sunny field listening to amazing musical talent. | 455 hits
Interview: Ryan Spendlove
After a whirlwind set at The Graziers, in Wakefield on Friday, I sat down with one of the most enigmatic young men I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. Ryan Spendlove is a force of nature to be reckoned with, both musically and on a more personal level. After many sambucas and plenty of vodka and cokes, I tried to get a better understanding of one of the hottest talents ever to have emerged from oop t'north. | 1,162 hits
Interview: A Last Concern
Daniel Powell talks with A Last Concern ahead of their Cockpit show this weekend | 542 hits
Live Review: Tellison + Penguin + Richard Parker + Heliopause + The Spills + Battle Lines + Bearfoot Beware + Darwin and the Dinosaur
Given that this festival was organised in the cause of raising money for charities funding research into lung disease it's a shame that the turnout was disappointingly low. | 918 hits
Live Review: The Law + Shockparade + Motion Picture Soundtrack + Love Ends Disaster! + MidiMidis + My Forever + The Invasion Of... + Lady Fortune + Rotating Leslie + Penguin + Soul Circus + Club Smith
It was Midday, Friday, Leeds Festival, 2010 ... and Club Smith had been dealt the opening slot on the BBC Introducing Stage. | 1,296 hits
Interview: The Rosie Taylor Project
After the recent release of one of this year's sweetest singles 'Black & White Films', The Rosie Taylor Project caught up with Leeds Music Scene to discuss the past, the future, and the city of Leeds. | 1,415 hits
Live Review: Pulled Apart by Horses + The Amazing Snakeheads + Royal Blood + Autobahn
So here we all are again. Periodically researching bands since the line-up was released in January. Sculpting a potential plan of attack since the timetable was announced in March. | 735 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - NME The Album 2009
The press release that accompanies this two disco compilation gives NME the moniker of "the pioneers of all things cool" before promising us an album that "has its finger on the pulse, so you don't have to!" It couldn't possibly be any clearer that this is an album for people who see a band on the front cover of NME, and then spend the next week enthusing about the greatness of said band, regardless of whether they like them or not. | 1,369 hits

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