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Band Profile: The Ultra Girls
You may think you've seen girlbands before, but it's been a long time since you've seen one quite like the Ultra Girls. Going back to the roots of what it means to be girls in a band, Lucy, Lauren, Amy and Laura are taking the essence of Girl Power but moving it into the 21st Century by adding slick dance moves, funky vocals and lashings of attitude. | 3,489 hits
Band Profile: Big Jesse
ska punk | 852 hits
Band Profile: The Ultimate Sound Of Dirty Dancing
Prepare to take a trip back in time to the summer of 1962 when Baby, on a summer vacation with her family at Kellermans Holiday Park, meets Johnny Castle, the dance instructor. | 273 hits
CD Review: Emmet - Nothing Vs Everything
It doesn't take a finger on the pulse to know that in recent times "Dance" music has been on its knees. | 514 hits
Band Profile: The Ruckus
The Ruckus are a five piece indie band hailing from Halifax | 584 hits
Band Profile: The Peppermint Lounge
After soaking up the sun and sounds of Asia for most of their lives, this duo inject the heat and energy of contemporary electronica into their tropical acoustic compositions, to create The Peppermint Lounge - a music that brings composition to sampling to dance to lounge. | 562 hits
Band Profile: Jupiter Makes Me Scream
Brains behind Jupiter Makes Me Scream project is Karolis Burzinskas Barkauskas, who come to this world from very artistic family. | 386 hits
Band Profile: Vexen
r'n'b jazz | 477 hits
CD Review: The Virginmarys - Dead Man's Shoes
Listen closely. Listen very closely. I have been for the best part of the last 20 fucking minutes trying to work out exactly what this twatting riff sounds like. | 320 hits
Band Profile: Vicious Cabaret
"Spiteful, cynical, rock noir" | 946 hits
CD Review: The Music - s/t
The Music have had a phenomenal start to their working lives. Three years on from their origins in Kippax, expectations and circumstances have said "this album has got to be massive." Early gigs at the Duchess of York in January 2000 showed glimpses of their root talents: a searing voice and twitching charismatic in Robert Harvey and a guitar trance demon in Adam Nutter. | 659 hits
Live Review: The Pigeon Detectives
The London debut of the Leicester-spawned indie/retro behemoth passed off with a bang, as Leeds-based The Pigeon Detectives topped off the evening with a frantic performance. | 1,333 hits
Live Review: Mates of State + Origami
Ok. So. Origami. They look kinda like Sleater-Kinney; they sound kinda like Sleater-Kinney but they get straight to the point where Sleater-Kinney dance around the kitchen table and they smirk and joke where Sleater-Kinney are over-intelligent. | 298 hits
CD Review: Saint Etienne - Finisterre
Oh, dear, they used to be rather good. I had to force myself to read the script that came with this album. | 325 hits
Band Profile: make me Alpha
make me Alpha. Martin, Marc and Patrick. A three word band name for a three man band, we hail from a city called Leeds in the central north of England. | 212 hits
CD Review: Good Shoes - Think Before You Speak
I was slightly sceptical about how I would find South London quartet Good Shoes' début album, 'Think before you speak'. | 655 hits
Live Review: The Research + David Thomas Broughton + Dungeon Dungeon
A boiling hot summer's evening, I've got my best shirt on, and over the road there's a giant pool of water in which someone is sinking a giant mock-up of the Titanic. | 811 hits
Live Review: The Severed Alliance + British Fiction + The Psycho Strangers
Rushing around because your brother has a car that would be more use sold for scrap is not exactly the best start to a night out but we eventually got to the New Roscoe and found out that you get a bottle of lager for a pound, result! | 903 hits
Live Review: Four Tet + Pantha du Prince + Rocketnumbernine
My first time at TJ's, and what a treat. Expecting Peter Kay to come wheeling around the corner any minute, the whole venue does have this excellent Phoenix Nights vibe about it. | 702 hits
CD Review: Farrah - Me Too
Yippeeeee! More glucose-endorsing music to feed my current, and rather perturbing, Green Day/Simple Plan fascination. | 749 hits
Live Review: Simian Mobile Disco + Cansei de Ser Sexy + Digitalism + Metallica + Tenacious D + Pendulum + Adam Green + Eureka Machines
August Bank Holiday is upon us again and that brings with it Leeds 2008 and a rocking end to the summer music festival season. | 617 hits
Live Review: The Spinto Band + Fields
Having read on the Cockpit website that The Spinto Band were getting some press with features in NME and the Fly, I made sure I got there early on the off-chance that they'd sell out. | 1,500 hits
Live Review: Mr Shiraz + Eighty Six + The 42 Tones
I know it's highly unprofessional of a reviewer to get on stage with a band, and even worse to dance about like an arse and then throw himself offstage into the crowd, but I just couldn't help it. | 449 hits
Live Review: Woody Mann + Jon Gomm
I must admit, sitting in 'The Angel', (good cheap drinks here ladies and gentlemen), en route to 'The Roscoe' I was lost in the conversation from the other table - let's not go there but... | 660 hits
Live Review: Caterpillar + Time of Hibu + The Blonde + Tom Bradley
First up at the 360 Club tonight and undaunted by a sparse early crowd, Tom Bradley has our attention the second he opens his mouth, revealing the kind of voice every aspiring singer-songwriter wishes they had. | 652 hits
Live Review: Kate Nash + The Wallbirds
The first in a series of Live at Leeds gigs, an initiative to celebrate the city's 800th Birthday, Kate Nash managed to kick off the three day extravaganza with pure class. | 2,077 hits
CD Review: Bowling For Soup - Sorry For Partyin'
'Sorry For Partyin' is Bowling For Soup's tenth studio album and, while it's definitely not a case of all killer, no filler, it's a fan-pleasing slab of the tried-and-tested Bowling For Soup formula: sexual innuendoes; big, pop-infused choruses; hidden tracks, and plenty of tongue-in-cheek lyrics. | 1,754 hits
Feature: Opinion: Grab a Beer, Not Your Camera
Ashley Battye on snapshot photography at gigs and festivals. | 496 hits
Live Review: Mumford & Sons + Prides + Eliza and the Bear
Saturday rolls round and I look forward to seeing Eliza and the Bear, who, again I caught last year at The Wardrobe, Leeds. | 471 hits
Live Review: King Prawn + Whitmore + Mr Shiraz
Mr. Shiraz have everything you could possibly want in a band: a very well polished horn section, a mean looking drummer, hyper-singers (including an all singing all dancing version of Bez on acid) walking bass and funky guitar. | 435 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. | 2,515 hits
News Article: Live At Leeds 2010 full line up and timetable announced
To complete a week of festival line up announcements, the full and final Live At Leeds 2010 line up was this week confirmed. | 3,645 hits
Interview: The Whip
Leeds Music Scene caught up with The Whip as they kick off their UK tour | 895 hits
CD Review: Cazals - What Of Our Future
Scuzzy indie chancers and childhood playmates of Pete Doherty, Cazals caused a few excited murmurs in the East London grotty party scene a few years back, and after being spoken about in the same sentences as The Rakes and The Paddingtons, signed, quite (un)surprisingly to the 'super-cool' and 'uber-trendy' French label Kitsune. | 624 hits
Live Review: Gallops + Redtrack + Lafaro + Exit International + Reaper in Sicily + The Brilliant Things + Wilder + Nerves + Peers + Runaround Kids + Kvelertak + Blacklisters
The quality marking out the artists who did well at Leeds Festival (and maybe in real life too) was that they engaged an audience with themselves and with their music. | 1,416 hits
CD Review: Little Fish - Baffled and Beat
Little Fish's debut album is a mixed affair, consisting of quirky indie rock 'n roll that oozes laidback cool, and barebones, repetitive songs that feel constrained by Little Fish's two-member head count. | 1,513 hits
Interview: Brody
Andy Roberts talks to Brody ahead of their end of year festivities at the Royal Park... | 514 hits
Live Review: Thursday + Kaiser Chiefs + Bromheads Jacket + The Sunshine Underground + Little Man Tate + Boy Sets Fire + Guillemots + The Long Blondes + The Pigeon Detectives + Mumm-Ra
Saturday is all about the killer sequences, from the likes of Rise Against and Boy Sets Fire on the Lock Up Stage, to the incredible mid afternoon New Yorkshire mash-up on the Carling and ultimately to the two heavyweights jiving it out at the top of the bill for commercial indie supremacy. | 1,401 hits
Live Review: Blink 182 + The 1975 + The Kooks + The Neighbourhood + Allusondrugs + Carnabells
Taking to the stage in their signature velveteen blazers, local lads Carnabells certainly looked the part as they opened the Festival Republic stage on Friday morning. | 1,554 hits
Interview: Mike Randle (Baby Lemonade / Love)
Sam Saunders chats with Mike Randle, a member of long established and mild mannered Baby Lemonade, who have a secret life as superhero band Love, playing alongside Arthur Lee on the "Forever Changes" Tour that hits the UK this month... | 1,102 hits

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