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Band Profile: Nu Popes
Nu Popes are an energetic groove collective with heavy horns, driving hammond and soulful vocals. | 324 hits
Band Profile: Daybreakers
Fronted by the 3 previous members of The Touch, Daybreakers are a 6/7 piece blues rock collective combining huge soundscapes with psychedelic groove-pop licks. | 500 hits
News Article: Anonymous Groove is organising its annual live music weekend extravaganza...
For the fourth year running Anonymous Groove is organising its annual live music weekend extravaganza, but this year with a distinct difference. | 353 hits
CD Review: Goldie Lookin' Chain - Guns Don't Kill People Rappers Do
Newport's finest supporters of leisurewear are back with their second single on Must Destroy. Based over a cool repetitive groove the collective take it in turns to extol the mantra that 'the gun is the tool, the mind is the weapon'. | 1,189 hits
News Article: GNOD / BASS CLEF / BASIC HOUSE / ELIZABETH - Shipley 02/11/13
Golden Cabinet are a gig collective that promote regular live music at a community space in Shipley called The Kirkgate Centre on the first Saturday of every month. | 254 hits
Band Profile: Sativa
Sativa are a 5 piece metal band currently based in Halifax, West Yorkshire | 112 hits
Band Profile: Easy Star All-Stars
The Easy Star All-Stars are a collective family of some of the finest reggae musicians in the New York area. | 187 hits
Live Review: LSK + Nash
Nash are a funky outfit who like the headliners are charming and confident. Their lead singer is a more gruff (i.e. | 361 hits
Live Review: Hayashi + Black Diamond Bay + Eclectic + BoxSmash
Laptops - all the cool bands have them (apparently). With this in mind, it's 360 Club with a more electronic flavour tonight, The Library packed as per. | 536 hits
Live Review: Cold War Kids + Dananananaykroyd + King Creosote + Pictish Trail + Abe Vigoda
Stag and Dagger was a series of gigs put on around Leeds at a variety of venues. I decided to split my night between the seemingly themed Scottish (Brudenell) and American (TJ's Woodhouse Club) hi-jinks. | 360 hits
Band Profile: Martyr Defiled
Controversy is rarely an attribute to be proud of, but death metal juggernauts Martyr Defiled have honed it into an art form - quickly becoming one of the most talked about underground bands in the UK. | 324 hits
Live Review: JR Ewing + Voorhees + D-Rail
The original line-up of this Collective AKA gig featured two more bands - the great J.R. from Doncaster (who play Jesus Lizard style rock) and the Informers from France, who last played Leeds 15 years ago with the Exploited! | 272 hits
CD Review: Rhesus - Narcolepsy Baby
This three track EP from Midland's four-piece, Rhesus kicks off in truly uplifting fashion, with feel good anthem 'So Alone.' Blending melodic, easy-on-the-ear indie-rock with sugared lyrics and pop-music vocals, 'So Alone' manages to be thoroughly pleasant, without being bland. | 551 hits
Band Profile: Scurge
Born in the grimy urban butthole of Kettering, Northamptonshire, in 1999, The Scurge arrived fully-formed and fucking furious; a bug-eyed, belligerent four-man screech into the cavernous abyss of everyday drudgery. | 338 hits
Live Review: Wildhearts + The Glitterati
With people still slowly drifting into the venue The Glitterati take to the stage. A crack of drums and a howl of overdriven guitars sees the band launch into 'Heartbreaker' and a rampant set that keeps upping the energy levels with each song until you feel veins are going to burst somewhere on stage. | 905 hits
CD Review: Faintest Idea - Ignorance Is This
'Ignorance Is This' from Norfolk based Faintest Idea, is the sort of ska-punk that plays down the chirpiness usually associated with the genre. | 660 hits
Live Review: Cables Cause Fires + Not Great Men + Empire Safari
There is an atmosphere in the dank cellar beneath the Royal Park pub that owes less to the faint smell of rot and alcohol hanging in the air than it does to the pervading feeling amongst all present that this event is the beginning of something exciting: A night of music organized by the bands themselves in the heart of Hyde Park, with a sense of community and mutual respect amongst audience and musicians alike. | 674 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - NME The Album 2009
The press release that accompanies this two disco compilation gives NME the moniker of "the pioneers of all things cool" before promising us an album that "has its finger on the pulse, so you don't have to!" It couldn't possibly be any clearer that this is an album for people who see a band on the front cover of NME, and then spend the next week enthusing about the greatness of said band, regardless of whether they like them or not. | 1,369 hits
Interview: The Cast of Cheers
Last Wednesday, 29th February I was lucky enough to catch up with Cast of Cheers, four very charming and down to earth Irish lads. Greeted by smiles and handshakes the band introduced themselves before settling down in the upstairs backstage at the Cockpit. We chatted about their upcoming first European tour, living together and random music choices. All very different characters it became clear later on in the gig how they manage to successfully mix different genres of music together. | 683 hits
CD Review: Elmaroe - Tiny Sounds
I recall praising Elmaroe's-- efforts on his last EP, 'Sequences', when I critiqued it in March of this year. | 359 hits

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