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Live Review: God Speed You Black Emperor! + Kepler
Godspeed You! Black Emperor come from Canada. They wear shirts, buy amplifiers and get scared by tall buildings.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/783/ | 503 hits
CD Review: The Black Ships - Kurofune
I'm going to be straight with you. I love this EP. Not because it is one 25 minute long track, not because it is a largely unintelligible stack of music verging on white noise throughout, not even because it is a free download- though all of these are true.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14844/ | 1,498 hits
Live Review: The Dears + Kama Loca
The Dears look like a band on the run. Six disheveled Canadians take to the stage nervously clutching flutes, keyboards, 2 guitars, a bass and best of all, a recorder.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3085/ | 707 hits
Live Review: Chikinki + Cope + Solo
Being first on the bill is never an enviable task. This point is emphatically made by the demonstrative display from tonight's headliners Chikinki, replete with the most hyperactive and manic lead this side of Axl Rose and Wayne Coyne's illegitimate love child.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2427/ | 785 hits
Live Review: Four Tet + Explosions In The Sky
After a feeding frenzy to buy tickets back in the heady days of summer, I was expecting a wee bit more excitement amongst the gig-goers for this one.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/5967/ | 1,707 hits
CD Review: Threekseven - The Halcyon EP
For several years now we have been listening to records from Constellation, Fat Cat, or Temporary Residence in which slow burning harmonic shifts and crystal guitar sounds conjur up dreams of a cleaner and better world - even in the grimiest venues and the most broken down cities.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2809/ | 587 hits
Live Review: Low + Fortdax + Geoff Smith
Leeds Parish Church is such a perfect venue for a band like Low. As soon as the bright eyed crowd had filled up the carved choir stalls, the boxed pews, the balconies and the nave seating it was obviously going to be something special.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1096/ | 700 hits

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