Search for funky breaks performed on Wednesday, 19th June 2013.
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CD Review: Dolores - s/t Apparently I called these guys jazz in an earlier review, and they got a bit mad. So, I sit with the new full length offering from the band spinning on my computer (us kids don't do CD players anymore y'know) with an open mind and my Miles Davis CDs as far away as possible... www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3377/ | 559 hits
CD Review: Project New City - Untitled House music is an odd genre. Over the past few years, it's been everywhere from funk to punk, and back again. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2663/ | 500 hits
CD Review: Reef - Give Me Your Love The West Country boys are back with a new 'Best Of' album including 5 new songs. This is the first of them and as the funky guitar and strong bass kicks in it's instantly recognisable as Reef, although it sounds slicker than anything we've heard from them before. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/504/ | 521 hits
CD Review: The Sweet Chap - Superman 3 / Girl With A Curl From a label who will only release things as MP3 downloads, which in my opinion, is a brilliant idea, The Sweet chap swings and saunters over to my place, bottle of vino in hand, sleazy look on face. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3726/ | 364 hits
CD Review: Emergencies - We Are The Waves 'We Are The Waves,' the debut single from Leeds' Emergencies boasts a skittering, off-kilter central riff that bands with far more experience would be proud of. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10585/ | 432 hits
CD Review: Subtle - A New White Subtle are a 6 piece collective from San Francisco and are formed around two core members known as Doseone (one of the founding members of hip-hop label Anticon) and Jel. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3363/ | 506 hits
Live Review: Milloy + Pray For Hayden + Above Them + Driveway Speeding I know I shouldn't complain but what is happening? We've buggered it on the global warming front. Upstairs in The Fenton was the last place I wanted to be on this overly heated Friday evening, if it wasn't for the superb line up of melodic punk bands. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/7053/ | 640 hits
CD Review: Hail Animator - Days For These Nights Relatively new Leeds outfit Hail Animator's debut, three-track demo kicks off with the weaker of the three songs, 'Days For These Nights.' The verses knock along to a bone-jarring combination of clunking drums and sharply-plucked chords, before spinning into a loose, jangly indie-rock chorus. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11078/ | 287 hits
Live Review: Dinosaur Pile-up Matt Bigland, guitar and vocals, Tom Dornford-May, bass guitar, and Steve Wilson drums are the relatively new Dinosaur Pile-up. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9962/ | 598 hits
Band Profile: Breathe There are at least 4 artists going by the name "Breathe".
1 - a London-based group from the '80s.
2 - a New Zealand-based group from the late '90s. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/5082/ | 122 hits
CD Review: Josh Lees - Faith In A Box The most impressive thing about Bradford-based Josh Lees' debut album, is his ability to tweak the usually restrictive acoustic pop formula, to give each song its own distinct character. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10922/ | 404 hits
Live Review: Morassi + Chevron + Mozo Ah, Players. The Landlord looks grumpy, the beer is rubbish, and it's full of teenage nu-metal fans. I don't know where else you'd want to be on a Friday night, especially when there are bands on... www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9820/ | 227 hits
Band Profile: La Cedille LA CÚdille hail from Besanšon in France. Their sound has been likened in the French media to that of The Roots and Opus Akhoben. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9297/ | 270 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Leeds Urban Fusion 2003 According to the liner notes here in the CD wallet of Leeds City Council's 'Urban Fusion 2003' album it says, rather cringingly, that this is a CD "born from hip hop, r&b and urban flavaz" although what 'urban flavaz' is meant to mean I have no idea. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2254/ | 756 hits
CD Review: Space - Suburban Rock'n'Roll After the bloated corpse of Britpop (1992 - 1998) had finally gone up to the musical genre in the sky, it left its protagonists in an agonising position. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2473/ | 1,020 hits
Live Review: Boom Bip + Bracken I arrived at the Mixing Tin just as Bracken were starting their set. Coming down the stairs I could already feel the Anticon associated bass thrumming up to meet me. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8350/ | 513 hits
CD Review: Gay For Johnny Depp - Manthology Gay For Johnny Depp's 'Manthology' is a career-spanning retrospective to put all other retrospectives to shame: a whopping thirty-one track roundup of the band's entire recorded output to date. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11582/ | 932 hits