Search for dancefloors performed on Tuesday, 21st April 2015.


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Band Profile: Contraband
drum and bass dance | 428 hits
CD Review: The Whip - Frustration
This record nearly rules. The Whip, it could be argued, are just another NME-gangbanger, leaning heavily towards the synth-heavy stylings of The Faint, Fischerspooner or even LCD Soundsystem, the indie dancefloors are full of them. | 437 hits
News Article: Chichino to release their top ten summer dance track as a free download
Chichino are celebrating the success of their recent dancefloor hit "It Could Happen To You", by releasing it as a free download. | 327 hits
CD Review: Aristocrash - Disco Girl / Cheating
Let's get one thing straight: bitching - it's not big, it's not clever and it certainly won't help you to win any reality TV shows. | 417 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. | 444 hits
Band Profile: Secret Signal
Unnoficially: A musical kick in the balls formed beneath the smog of Teesside Officially: Secret Signal take the synthesizer pop sound of 1983, throw it with disregard into the baggy sounds of The Stone Roses and The Music backing it up with balshy Brit-pop guitars to create a dancefloor sound that wouldn't be out of place at a dirty indie disco or at one of Jeremy Healy's exclusive club nights in Ibiza. | 184 hits
CD Review: Gnarls Barkley - Smiley Faces
Having deleted all-conquering debut single 'Crazy' after a mere nine weeks at number one, Messers Mouse and Green, poised as they were on the brink of a Bryan Adams/Wet Wet Wet-style public hanging, surely now deserve an honorary knighthood or a Buckingham Palace garden party invite at the very least. | 389 hits
Live Review: Kharma 45
Rio's is a decent sized venue that looks well-suited to hosting live bands; when Kharma 45 opened their set with "Come On" there was only around 3 dozen people present yet their powerful sound filled the venue giving the impression of a far larger crowd. | 505 hits
CD Review: Chichino - It Could Happen To You
Pop, soul, jazz, funk. Chichino are inspired by all areas of music, and it's paying off. Having played all over the UK, London, Manchester, Newcastle, and of course Leeds, gracing the airwaves of various radio stations across the land and supporting the likes of success story The View, this is the next song from the funk-a-riffic group. | 435 hits
Interview: The Sugars
"Lock Up Your Mothers" - an interview with The Sugars! | 1,136 hits
Band Profile: Bright Light Bright Light
Bright Light Bright Light is Welsh songwriter, producer, remixer and multi-instrumentalist Rod Thomas who, over the last year or so has moved swiftly from bedroom producing to appearing at Glastonbury, Latitude, Camp Bestival, Green Man, Innocent Village Fete and Summer Sundae festivals. | 167 hits
Live Review: The Sunshine Underground
Strange things are happening in the dance world. Warp records not only sign Geordie punk monkeys Maximo Park in a holyfuckthisisn'tthenewBoardsofCanada moment but they also release a white soul album. | 929 hits
CD Review: Yes Boss - See It Through
Waiting in the shadows, Yes Boss watched closely as others quickly burnt out on mediocre releases. They took their time, honing their skills. | 396 hits
Band Profile: Example
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Example is a rapper from Fulham, West London in the United Kingdom. | 10,954 hits
CD Review: Evil Nine - The Power
Following on from their second album 'They Live!' zombie and horror movie-influenced breakbeat outfit Evil Nine release this three track 'The Power' EP. | 547 hits
Band Profile: The Long Blondes
The Long Blondes were a 5-piece art-rock band who formed in Sheffield, England in 2004. The band released their debut album "Someone To Drive You Home" on Rough Trade Records in 2006 after a string of critically-acclaimed singles. | 732 hits
News Article: Claire Cameron Hosts Leeds Festival Fringe Warm Up on Sunday 4th July
COTHERIA The beaten landscapes of England's north are fast becoming a breeding ground for fiercely original metal bands. | 898 hits
CD Review: Arctic Monkeys - I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
Ok, so enough of this Libertines nonsense. The good ship Arcadia is well and truly sunk and there are new boys in town. | 1,616 hits
Feature: Jumbo Records Pick Of The Month - September 2014
It has been a busy few months for the boys at Jumbo Records, with the departure of the Founders Hunter and Lornette Smith, handing over the reins to Nick Fraser and Justinia Lewis. So we missed the August pick of the month, but here we are, back and better than ever with the latest Jumbo hot list from Matt Bradshaw | 771 hits
Band Profile: Henrik Schwarz
Let's just pause for one second; now, think about all that music that has so enriched your life down the years. | 167 hits
CD Review: Foxy Shazam - Foxy Shazam
If you're not already familiar with Foxy Shazam, then the opening moments of 'Intro / Bombs Away' will have you hovering over the 'stop' button, as the band decide that the best way to open an album is by imitating dogs barking, and then incorporate that into the song as backing vocals. | 428 hits
News Article: GALAXIANS announce October Tour starting in Leeds
Petit Machins / Stargaze Records present... GALAXIANS (Stargaze//Dither Down//Rotating Souls) OCTOBER TOUR 23.10 LEEDS Wharf Chambers 24.10 MANCHESTER Star & Garter 25.10 MILTON KEYNES Gallery 26.10 LONDON Lock Tavern 27.10 SHEFFIELD Audacious Art Space 30.10 GLASGOW Art School NME "The spirit of disco is alive and well in Yorkshire. | 346 hits
Band Profile: Terrorvision
Terrorvision were formed in Bradford, (or more accurately the small town of Keighley) West Yorkshire, England in 1987, originally with the moniker "The Spoilt Bratz". | 3,018 hits
Live Review: Maximo Park + Arctic Monkeys + We Are Scientists + The Mystery Jets
It all sits a bit on knife-edge this one; I can't be the only one that feels it. The sweet, sweet taste of anticipation impregnates ever fibre of my body and, in empathy with a dog on heat, I pace round the Refec like a chained beast. | 1,202 hits
Band Profile: Draco
There are several artists named Draco. 1. The machine will never cease to function... Drone DraCo was born and raised in Croatia, escaping the Collective, and currently residing at the nation's capitol city Zagreb from where he runs a netlabel Diggarama together with his friend bLURiX (all heil Diggarama!). | 515 hits
Interview: Chichino
Part One of a two-part interview with Leeds band Chichino, who are set to release their new single "It Could Happen To You" | 1,118 hits

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