Search for dead flowers performed on Tuesday, 21st May 2013.
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Band Profile: Dead Combo They play Lisbon, the city of the countryside, chimneys and white domes, sceneries of a lost past, the fado, the loiter western, all together in a voodoo of emotions, the Tagus river, misplaced lovers, abandoned angels in the crossroads of destiny, flowers with misplaced colours, saints, burning hot chambers, naked guitars, thrown on the street, double basses on fire, top hats, chickens on the loose and things that roll on the street. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/5980/ | 182 hits
Band Profile: Caitlin Rose Caitlin Rose (b. 23 June 1987) is a singer and songwriter from Nashville, TN. She began writing songs at the age of 16, initially influenced by punk but subsequently discovering and embracing Nashville's country music heritage. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/15259/ | 67 hits
Live Review: Stellastarr + The Killers The Killers are from Las Vegas - that place where celebrities go to get fat, legendary and dead. This in itself should be enough to make you want to go see them but if you want more encouragement there's the fact that they have a battery of fantastic, up-tempo, future indie-disco classics and more on-stage charisma than Timberlake, Connery and Elvis combined - and trust me, that's damn charismatic. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2430/ | 1,327 hits
CD Review: Video Nasties - On All Fours 'On All Fours' is the debut full-length from West London's Video Nasties, serving up eleven tracks of fuzzy, heavily-distorted punk, with occasional forays into more experimental territory. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10532/ | 606 hits
Live Review: Immune + The Butterfly + Wild Beasts After a short summer hiatus the Engine Room's cogs and pistons pumping again. As it splutters into action it's headliners Immune who emerge from the stifling smoke (machine) and jerk into industrial action. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/7357/ | 553 hits
Live Review: Stars I'll skip over Lily Fraser's part in proceedings - if I'd wanted a warbler on a perch I'd have bought a canary - and skip straight to Stars, all the way from Montreal to play at the Brudenell. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8875/ | 477 hits
CD Review: Frightened Rabbit - The Midnight Organ Fight It's been a constant source of wonder why there's been so much fuss made over the perfectly OK Glasvegas this year when another Scottish band released possibly the finest album of 2008 yet escaped the NME's and most everyone else's spotlight. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10211/ | 806 hits