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CD Review: Stateless - Bloodstream EP Bloody hell aren't we all lucky to be part of the Leeds scene these days? Almost every week there's another great band churning out yet another rather splendid CD. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/4112/ | 2,177 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Supercity Hurrah it's a concept compilation album here. The basic idea is that "internationally renowned" architect Will Alsop came up with a new exhibition called "Supercity". www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/4227/ | 284 hits
CD Review: Pop Threat - Filth Great, the new 7" single from Pop Threat shows a rawer sound, one that I've not heard from the Leeds four-piece since their self-titled EP on Mook two years ago. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/85/ | 236 hits
CD Review: 9 Volt Shot - The Upper Class EP 9 Volt Shot like pissing on rulebooks. Give 'em a standard sound, the endless drone of the London yawn yawn yawn scene and they will rip at it and spit on it. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3689/ | 727 hits
CD Review: Nikoli - Take It & Go / She Asks Me This two-song single confirms two things. Firstly, there is now no shortage of high-quality song-writing, musically-rich bands in the marketplace. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2620/ | 592 hits
Live Review: Mover Three long years I've been waiting!!! Finally Mover are back in town... hurrah!! I had never heard of the band before I saw them support The Bluetones in 1998 at the T&C but they completely blew me away. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1177/ | 843 hits
Band Profile: Kutosis KUTOSIS are a 3 piece from Cardiff. Taking influence from Liars, Les Savy Fav and Future of the Left, they make noisy new wave post-punk that delivers head shaking riffs and whip smart lyrics. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11089/ | 185 hits
Band Profile: Youthmovie Soundtrack Strategies The English "prog-post-mathcore-rock-stuff" quintet aka YMSS (see also "Youthmovies") was formed in Oxford, UK in 2002 by Andrew Mears (guitar and vocals), Al English (guitars, synths and samplers), Stephen Hammond (bass), Graeme Murray (drums) and Sam Scott (Trumpet, Flugelhorn & Organ), displaying much early promise with the restless, wildly eclectic sound of 2003's mini-album Let's Get Going... www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/5279/ | 298 hits
Live Review: New Rhodes + Black Nielson Southampton scamps Black Nielson swan onto the stage with all the demeanour of your average tramp plodding down the lane to the offie to buy a four pack of kestrel super strength. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3568/ | 644 hits