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Band Profile: Sufjan Stevens
We do not have a biography for Sufjan Stevens | 306 hits
CD Review: Sufjan Stevens - All Delighted People
Well rested after basking in easy going, summer-strolls of songs, it's time for us to get into shape! | 1,330 hits
CD Review: Sufjan Stevens - The Age of Adz
Sufjan Stevens is well know as a musician who advances within the genres he works within, probably best known for his folk based musics in the 50 states project where Sufjan announced he was to create an album for each state in the US, alas it came to fruition that this was a joke and wasn't going to happen, well not at least at the moment. | 1,270 hits
Band Profile: Videowax
Jack O'halloran - Vocals Callum Rogers - Bass Guitar Sean Forde - Drums Joe McKeown - Guitar Andy Stevens-Davies - Guitar James Atherton - Guitar | 256 hits
Band Profile: San Cisco
San Cisco are from Fremantle in sunny Western Australia. | 86 hits
Band Profile: The Departed
The Departed are 5 lads playing honest, aggressive hardcore punk. They follow DIY ethics and love playing shows. | 116 hits
CD Review: James Vincent McMorrow - Early In the Morning
Dublin born James Vincent McMorrow seems to be slowly and steadily making a name for himself, gaining recognition that he most definitely deserves. | 513 hits
Band Profile: St Vincent
Annie Clark is an American multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter who performs under the moniker St. | 318 hits
Band Profile: The Amber Sleep
The Amber Sleep is the songwriting outlet of Graham Jones (also of The Exploits of Elaine and The Good Anna), and a band formed in 2008 with 8 other musicians: Natalie Guest, Sophie Green, Tom Denning, Lauren Smith, Ramzy Alwakeel, Stuart Robinson, Nicolar Bell and Alex Nicklin. | 855 hits
Band Profile: Model Warships
Model Warships is the solo songwriting project of Leeds-based noise-pop musician Michael Waters. | 671 hits
CD Review: Kelli Ali - Rocking Horse
Third solo album for Kelli Ali, who must get sooo tired of only being known as the former singer for Sneaker Pimps (you know, 'Six Underground', you've probably got it somewhere), it must be a mixed blessing that since being asked to leave over 10 years ago neither party has been best known for their chart bothering. | 775 hits
Band Profile: Run Speed Tiger
Run Speed Tiger was formed in 2010 by Thomas Theakston, Dominic Barker and Kelly Wright. Discovering that the post-graduation world required more effort and hard work than they were prepared to give, the three friends from Leeds fled and took shelter under warm fuzzy blankets of sentimentality to craft songs about nostalgia, childhood and their beloved home town. | 679 hits
Band Profile: Band Club
alternative pop | 1,462 hits
CD Review: Rhode Island - Horsefly
"We're in for a treat here," was my first thought when glimpsing this rather professional looking, although homemade, I'm assured, CD. | 388 hits
News Article: The Pigeon Detectives confirmed as "special guests" for Live At Leeds 2011
With (accurate) rumours frequenting cyberspace the last few days, organisers of the annual Live At Leeds festival have today confirmed that The Pigeon Detectives have been added to the bill for Live At Leeds 2011, taking the "special guests" slot at the Cockpit. | 912 hits
Band Profile: Noonakai
alternative | 485 hits
News Article: Beacons Festival to set up new home in the heart of Leeds city centre
Beacons Festival is evolving and 2015 will see it step away from the home of Skipton and move into the cities of Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester. | 562 hits
Band Profile: Held By Hands
lo-fi pop | 1,040 hits
CD Review: Joseph Arthur - Devil's Broom
Joseph Arthur fails to convince with this tale of poverty and woe, primarily due to the major league production smoothing away any grains of true emotion. | 593 hits
Live Review: The Scaramanga Six + Stuffy and The Fuses + Endless Grey Windows
So, after a mere five months of waiting, I finally get to review a gig in my home town. Endless Grey Windows must have arguably the worst name of any band I've seen in a fair while but they're a passable start to the evening with their distorted indie rock recalling Ride at times. | 859 hits
CD Review: The Audition - Self-Titled Album
The Chicagoan quartet are back on top form with their third studio album, simply entitled 'Self-Titled Album.' This is the band's first release since the departure of original bassist and founding member Joe Lussa and the follow up to 2008's 'Champion.' The opening track 'The Running Man' is an upbeat song with a catchy chorus and an electric mix of drums and rhythm guitar. | 293 hits
CD Review: Bonsai Kittens - Damn You Evil Women, Damn You!
One of the several quite good things about this CD is the little booklet that comes with it. There is a really lovely picture on the front (see illustration). | 1,190 hits
Band Profile: Team Modeliste
funk rock | 1,667 hits
Feature: Top 10 alternative Christmas songs
Jon Cronshaw's rundown of alternative Seasonal tracks. | 1,062 hits
Feature: Advent Calendar: 23rd December
Day 23 of LMS's Advent Calendar | 1,019 hits
Live Review: Jens Lekman + Bill Wells
Considering the amount of publicity Jens Lekman has been getting in recent months, it was a little surprising to see The Fav wasn't packed. | 720 hits
CD Review: Scatter - Women Of A Certain Age
"Scatter's debut CD 'Judas' was a lament to Leeds Utd golden boy Alan Smith's vile decision to join Man Utd." Aaah, football fans. | 442 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Dream Brother - The Songs of Tim and Jeff Buckley
The point of a covers album? Mainly it's to get a fresh and exciting new perspective on old classics, but when those old classics are nigh on perfect, do we really need this album? | 602 hits
News Article: Heats confirmed for Centre Stage 2014
The 21 bands set to appear in the heats for Martin House Children's Hospice's prestigious music competition for young, Yorkshire bands and musicians - Centre Stage 2014 - were confirmed earlier today. | 388 hits
Band Profile: Yannick
Yannick are an indie-alternative quintet that has recently released their eagerly awaited new single, 'No Lust'. | 587 hits
Band Profile: Jonjo Feather
Jonjo is a pop star, a songwriter, a creative multi-instrumentalist genius. | 1,398 hits
CD Review: Micah P Hinson - Yard of Blonde Girls
Jeff Buckley drowned in the Wolf River in Tennessee on the eve of recording his sophomore studio album My Sweetheart the Drunk in 1997. | 676 hits
Live Review: Modeliste + Pinstripe + Dr Scott And The Intrepid Funkateers
First up tonight are 'The Humour' and, if you're reading this gents, I hope you live up to your name because I, err, missed your set. | 920 hits
Live Review: Bodixa
Review featured with permission from Each time I see the classy Star*Bodixa, I see another step forward taking place before my eyes. | 368 hits
Live Review: The Academy Is... + The Audition + Young Love
The Cockpit this evening is surrounded by more buzz than I've seen here before. But perhaps buzz is not quite the right word - it would be more accurate to say that there are more hormones flying around tonight than gigs I have previously attended. | 685 hits
News Article: 6 more acts confirmed for Bingley Music Live
Bradford Council have confirmed six more bands for this year's Bingley Music Live. Theme Park, The Dunwells, The Dirty Rivers, KatMen, Dave McPherson and China Rats will join the bill for the seventh annual festival, which will be held at Myrtle Park in Bingley between Friday, 30th August and Sunday, 1st September. | 646 hits
Interview: The Veils
Playing their first full-length tour over here in years (as support to Ed Harcourt), Leeds Music Scene caught up with Finn Andrews and Dan Raishbrook from Rough Trade-signed The Veils as they rolled into Brudenell Social Club, to discuss their recent tour of America, file-sharing, and the horrors of white reggae bands... | 1,500 hits
Interview: Kyte
Leeds Music Scene caught up with Nick, the lead singer of Kyte, for a bit of a chinwag. | 975 hits
Live Review: The Long Ryders + Gregg Trooper + The Prowlers
I thought I saw some diplomat hawking secret plans in the park I thought I saw my President walking through Harlem late after dark In a world of love where they burn like Nero You write them a check and you then add zero ... | 2,092 hits
Interview: iLiKETRAiNS
In the busy world of the Leeds Music Scene, there's always a few bands who slip quietly into the main arena. iLiKETRAiNS are one of these bands, playing their sometimes gentle, sometimes fierce, but always beautiful take on post rock theatrics. | 2,149 hits
Interview: Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Rosie Driver speaks to Benjamin Francis Leftwich. | 658 hits
Interview: Kenosha
We catch up with power-pop trio Kenosha who chat about fame early in their careers, rehearsing in Bridlington and almost having a 'we're not worthy!' moment with their heroes... | 801 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Album Of The Year 2009
When reviewing each year in music, it's often difficult to pinpoint exact albums that represent the year best. | 1,931 hits

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