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CD Review: Laura Catlow - Skin & Bone
The press release and the reviews of her previous release keep mentioning Laura Catlow's northern accent, so I won't. | 368 hits
Band Profile: Laura Veirs
Laura Veirs is a singer-songwriter, who grew up in Colorado, USA - where she often spent summers camping with her family - which gave her much of her song-writing inspiration. | 143 hits
CD Review: Laura Audio - Untitled
Sounding like five tracks fresh from the rehearsal rooms this demo announces another exciting project from Kevin McGonnel of And None of Them Knew They Were Robots. | 330 hits
Band Profile: The Chopping Block
Alternative rock band from Leeds | 289 hits
Band Profile: FormalDehyde
emo | 1,159 hits
Band Profile: Noah and the Whale
Noah and the Whale is an alternative/folk group formed in Twickenham, London, England in 2006. They consist of Charlie Fink (vocals, guitar), Tom Hobden (fiddle, keyboards), Matt "Urby Whale" Owens (bass), Fred Abbott (keyboards, guitar) and Matthew Petulla (drums). | 427 hits
Band Profile: Fur Blend
Paul Flesher - vocals / guitar / ukulele Laura Thompson - bass / cello / vocals Danny Thompson - drums / percussion | 435 hits
CD Review: Ghost Capsules - Inside EP
Electro quartet Ghost Capsules can trace their beginnings back to a Bomb The Bass gig in Vienna. Here it was that Tim Simenon, touring the 'Back To Light' album, met his support band that featured drummer Roman Lugmayr and keyboard player Georg Lichtenauer. | 500 hits
CD Review: The Wombats - Moving To New York
The Wombats have formulated a pop song good enough to get the most shoe-gazing, miserable indie kids dancing in the disco. | 1,231 hits
CD Review: Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More
The 'Laura Marling and Friends' concert at The Royal Festival Hall this last August was an important symbol in just how popular contemporary folk music is, how relevant people find it is to their lives, and how vast and talented the new generation of young British folk artists have proven themselves to be. | 679 hits
Band Profile: The Clifford Village Band
Folk Pop to put a song in your heart and a spring in your step | 542 hits
Band Profile: Dananananaykroyd
Dananananaykroyd are an indie rock band which formed in 2006 in Glasgow, Scotland. The band currently consists of Calum Gunn (vocals, drums), Duncan Robertson (guitar), David Roy (guitar), Ryan McGinness (bass), John Baillie Jr. | 1,036 hits
Live Review: Reverend And The Makers
The Reverend, otherwise known as Jon McClure and front man for Reverend And The Makers got the party started in Leeds Met last night (Tuesday 25th February) to chants of 'Yorkshire, Yorkshire, Yorkshire'. | 494 hits
Band Profile: For Love And Hate
Mya Tweg- Lead Vocals Jodie Sykes - Guitar/Vocals Laura Bottomley - Bass Carl Butterfield- Guitar Luke Whitley - Drums For Love And Hate are the band to offer post-hardcore fans that pure, unadulterated musical carnage that their lives have been missing. | 262 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Showcase: Bradford Unsigned SXSW 2007
"Unsigned" - it's like a badge of dishonour, it suggests that the band or person in question has somehow failed in achieving something or not yet reached their goal, like unqualified, unapproachable, unnecessary, pish! | 766 hits
Band Profile: Hint
Hint (Jonathan James, Sussex, UK) is an Excellent Jazzy DJ with down tempo beats and grooves contrasted against future-dance floor bombs. | 57 hits
Band Profile: My Latest Novel
My Latest Novel are a Scottish five-piece band from the west coast town of Greenock. The Members are Chris Deveney (vocals, guitar, bass), his brother Gary Deveney (vocals, guitar), Paul McGeachy (guitar, xylophone, vocals), Ryan King (drums) and Laura McFarlane (vocals, violin, piano). | 238 hits
Band Profile: My Morning Jacket
My Morning Jacket is a rock band which formed in 1998 in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. The band consists of Jim James (vocals, guitar), Carl Broemel (guitar), "Two Tone" Tommy Blankenship (bass), Bo Koster (keyboards) and Patrick Hallahan (drums). | 204 hits
Band Profile: Manning
The band Manning has been around since 1999, formed around the prodigiously talented singer / songwriter / multi-instrumentalist Guy Manning. Having previously been an associate of prog legends Parallel or 90 Degrees (PO90) and also having been a founder member of the internationally respected, The Tangent, Guy has an impressive record of releasing ten studio albums in ten years! | 394 hits
Band Profile: Miss Black America
(MBA) are a rock band based in Suffolk, England. Its members are Seymour Glass (voice/guitar), Dan Smart (drums, previously Simon Chapple and Simon Cooper), Mat Anthony (lead guitar, previously Gish), Laura Kidd (bass/voice, previously Mike Smith and Ryan Banwell). | 293 hits
Band Profile: Laboratory Noise | 1,762 hits
Band Profile: Albert Ross & The Otters
Albert Ross was raised in the dwindling limelight of the Working Mens' Clubs of the North of England. | 943 hits
News Article: Bright Young Things 2008: the 15 successful bands are revealed
Following an intense two-day judging process, the fifteen successful acts for Bright Young Things 2008 have been announced today. | 2,244 hits
Live Review: Noah and the Whale + Exlovers
Noah and the Whale used to be a bit of joke. They were dismissed as twee and/or pretentious and many forsook them for banjo bashing folk rivals Mumford and Sons who merrily danced through the door to the mainstream which Emmy the Great and Noah and the Whale had battled to prop open. | 488 hits
Band Profile: Rhesus
There are two bands called Rhesus, one from 1) France and 2) from the UK. The UK Rhesus have recently released their 3rd EP, The Narcolepsy Baby EP. | 438 hits
Band Profile: The Warlocks
The Warlocks are an American rock band based out of Los Angeles. Their music has been defined as neo-psychedelia, but much of it spans multiple genres. | 695 hits
Live Review: Rodney Fisher + Bruno Merz + Happy Red Tractors + David Henshaw + Richard Rowan-Robinson
A Communion virgin until Sunday night, I didn't know what to expect from the once monthly folk event held at The Library, let alone how a Christmas special might unfold. | 1,132 hits
Live Review: Brass Moustache + Sposh + Hipstream
"Smile... JUST SMILE!" Cue camera flash. "Oh, Mum!" Not the most auspicious start to a gig, but what can you do to control proud parents? | 327 hits
Band Profile: Laish
Laish means The Tribe of Dan. This is Daniel Green's tribe music. Green, originally a solo performer moved to Brighton four years ago and has since been making himself very useful amongst the Willkommen Collective, a central part of the alternative folk scene by putting on shows and lending a musical hand to the likes of Sons of Noel and Adrian, Shoreline, Alessi's Ark and even Laura Marling. | 276 hits
Band Profile: Flogging Molly
Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish American celtic punk band that formed in Los Angeles, in 1997 and is currently signed to SideOneDummy Records. | 268 hits
CD Review: Bat For Lashes - Haunted Man
The fancy dress costumes have been put away, and the haunting claustrophobia of Natasha Khan's previous albums Fur and Gold and Two Suns have been traded in for a sound that is cinematic in scope and mature in outlook. | 219 hits
Live Review: Sposh + Sly Mr Fox + Bawren Tavanzia
After an interesting wait at a bus stop (involving a chance meeting with a young lady who would later attempt to kiss me), I finally boarded a bus, which the driver said would be heading past the Royal Park. | 346 hits
Interview: The Warlocks
Cathy Simpson talks to The Warlocks about drugs, music, guitars and groupies... | 893 hits
Live Review: Local Natives + Peggy Sue
A certain indescribable atmosphere surrounds Brudenell Social Club. I know I've just made an obvious statement; in fact you'll probably be thinking: 'What's this guy talking about?' and 'Is this guy going to review Local Natives or just the venue?' But I think everyone who's ever been to Brudenell and seen a band play on that stage will agree. | 955 hits
Live Review: Vampire Weekend + Noah and the Whale
Start spreading the news; Vampire Weekend have hit the big time. New York's finest staked their claim for stadium greatness by leaving a sizeable bite-mark on a Leeds crowd that lapped up the heavy dose of infectious African rhythms and mad-cap pop that has made them one of the must-see bands of the last five years. | 622 hits
Live Review: The Maccabees + Bombay Bicycle Club + The Big Pink + The Drums
Still excited from my interview with Hugo from The Maccabees, I found myself the first person in the venue, poised on my little seat on the first row of the balcony, perfectly positioned to see the avid fans filtering in. | 1,168 hits
Live Review: The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart + Sivu + Drowners + The Bohicas + Dolomite Minor + Billie Marten + The Royal Concept
The Royal Concept (Festival Republic Stage) are an electro-pop act from Sweden who by their own humble admission have had 'absolutely no success' in the UK and as a result this is their first festival appearance in these isles or, as singer David Larson puts it, Leeds Festival is stealing the band's virginity. | 406 hits
Band Profile: Sunshine
There is more than one band/group/project named Sunshine, two most notable are Czech electro-punk and Serbian HC/hip-hop bands. | 347 hits
Band Profile: The Dears
The Dears is an indie rock band which formed in 1995 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The band consists of Murray Lightburn (vocals, guitar), Natalia Yanchak (vocals, keyboards), Jason Kent (guitar, vocals), Christopher McCarron (guitar), Rob Benvie (bass), Laura Willis (keyboards, vocals) and Yann Geoffroy (drums). | 350 hits

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