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Band Profile: Katie and the Questions
Katie and the Questions are Claire, Laura, Vicky, and their backing band The Answers. Katie and the Questions take inspiration from the great pop groups of the 60's (The Velvelettes & The Chiffons) the 70's (The Ramones & The Rubinoos) the 80's (The Photos & The Jags) the 90s (Bowling for Soup & Gin Blossoms ) and the 00's ( Army of Freshmen & The Pipettes). | 368 hits
News Article: Live at Leeds 2016 reveal 70 new names
Organisers of the annual Live at Leeds festival have this week revealed a mammoth 73 additional acts who will be playing at their tenth anniversary event in April. | 525 hits
CD Review: Yellow Stripe Nine - One Look (It's Love)
One Look (It's Love) is the second instalment of YSN's Conquests project - a project out to rival messieurs Lloyd Webber and Rice. | 929 hits
CD Review: Mohair - Untitled
'Brown Eyes Blue' opens with an acoustic guitar part that sounds like a speeded up version of Green Day's 'Time Of Your Life'. | 532 hits
CD Review: Damien Rice - Cannonball
The album version of this track has been spiced up with drums, the tempo upped and tinkered with to make it more 'radio friendly' but fortunately that doesn't interfere with the heart of this song. | 1,052 hits
News Article: Thousands of music fans in Leeds this Saturday as Jess Glynne, Corinne Bailey Rae, We Are Scientists and Circa Waves come to town
Thousands of music fans will be in Leeds this Saturday as Jess Glynne, Corinne Bailey Rae, We Are Scientists and Circa Waves come to town - Live at Leeds is back for its tenth year anniversary celebration! | 743 hits
CD Review: The Strokes - Room on Fire
Finally one of the most eagerly awaited albums is here, but have The Strokes returned with a modern day classic, or will "Room on Fire" leave fans asking 'Is this it?' Hyped for months by the music press, The Strokes' latest offering sounds aurally much like their last album, just with a few more ideas thrown in. | 375 hits
CD Review: Underdog - Sunny Estate EP
Upon the first listen to this EP I would have sworn I was listening to a group of twee American rockers, however these lads are from Essex! | 415 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2016 confirm final headliners
Organisers of Leeds Festivals 2016 have confirmed their final headline act - and it will be another co-headliner, with Biffy Clyro and Fall Out Boy sharing the top spot. | 519 hits
Band Profile: Johnny Powell
Multi-layered alternative folk and electronica act with a meditative, mindful and lyrical emphasis. | 1,042 hits
Feature: Playing in Leeds: March 9 - March 15 2015
Watch a few of the great acts playing Leeds this week. | 336 hits
News Article: More bands confirmed for Leeds Festival 2015
It's getting close! Not long now and August Bank Holiday will be upon us and that can only mean one thing: the annual Leeds Festival at Bramham Park. | 594 hits
CD Review: Wildbirds & Peacedrums - My Heart
In my time of reviewing I've come across some corking press releases. Often written by the bands themselves, usually in a painfully awkward third person, press releases seem to be a way of hoping against hope that the reviewer won't actually listen to the CD and will just copy/paste their somewhat ambitious statements into their evaluation. | 354 hits
CD Review: Sear - Until The Dust Lies
Danny North, Tom Allen and Michelle Richfield are Sear. Sear's music is tuneful and intense, with richly matured musical content. | 896 hits
Live Review: Percy + Floozy + Harold
What an honour, reviewing 2 of my favourite bands in the world, as well as the added bonus of Harold. | 401 hits
Live Review: Ooberman + Beautiful Feet
Cleverly deciding I was going to go to this at the last minute, I made it to the Roscoe just in time to find Beautiful Feet sitting down with their drinks and having a few pats on the back. | 364 hits
News Article: Live At Leeds 2015 announces first 100 bands
Organisers of the Live At Leeds festival, winners of the national UK Festival Award for Best Metropolitan Festival in 2014, have today confirmed the first 100 bands that will appear at Live At Leeds 2015 this coming May. | 1,007 hits
Live Review: Groop Dogrill + Djingo
Does an increase in age signify a decrease in dress sense? In the middle of a completely black-donned audience, whose average age is around 16, stands a balding 25 year-old. | 395 hits
Live Review: Damien Rice
Damien Rice is already on stage as I enter the hall and I later discover I have missed support act Carrie Tree. | 806 hits
CD Review: ˇForward, Russia! - Life Processes
Let's take a leaf out of the Life Processes book and get straight on with this one (it's precisely three seconds before the first of many huge choruses on display here). | 954 hits
CD Review: Counting Crows - Films About Ghosts
Ten years on from the release of 'August And Everything After' comes this 'Best Of' collection. Weighing in at 18 tracks long, plus a live bonus track, it covers the band's four studio albums as well as including an early demo, a new song and a cover. | 935 hits
Live Review: Elbow + Goldrush
So I'm wondering where my drunken comrades are and thinking if I'm going to get my coat back from the bag they have before I have to brave it back out into the winter night. | 829 hits
CD Review: Steer - Sketches
This is essentially a standard 4-track demo, albeit a topsy turvey one.  Two of the best tracks from the band's debut album A Song For Gill and 2 sneak previews from the forthcoming album Loved And Lost due out in the very near future. | 572 hits
Live Review: The Boxer Rebellion + Future Of The Left + The Duke Spirit + Inheaven + Autobahn + Barns Courtney + John Joseph Brill + Fizzy Blood + Fighting Caravans
It's a very personal thing, a Live at Leeds plan, isn't it? Not for us the likes of Corinne Bailey Rae, Jess Glynne or Blossoms. | 709 hits
Band Profile: Sweet Billy Pilgrim
In July 2009 Sweet Billy Pilgrim frontman Tim Elsenburg was busy with his day job when his mobile rang. | 199 hits

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