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Band Profile: Big Bad Rabbit Big Bad Rabbit are an eight piece pop/jazz band playing original music inspired by the likes of ELO, The Beach Boys and Snarky Puppy. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/19606/ | 29 hits
CD Review: Kaya - Poorly Produced Demo "It'll be really funny and everyone will forgive our recording foibles if we call our demo 'Poorly Produced Demo' upfront - hey it's irony man!" Umm, well it isn't funny and it should really have been called 'Poorly Mastered Demo' lacking as it does in EQ or volume. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/324/ | 416 hits
Live Review: Terrorvision + Rebel Yell Tonight it's a pre-show for the 15th Anniversary of Terrorvision's album 'How To Make Friends And Influence People', and there's nowhere better to host it than, as Tony Wright says, the Capital! www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10601/ | 981 hits
CD Review: Farrah - Me Too Yippeeeee! More glucose-endorsing music to feed my current, and rather perturbing, Green Day/Simple Plan fascination. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3619/ | 711 hits
CD Review: Pilot To Gunner - Get Saved A good name, a good front cover, and a kudos-worthy work ethic, and oh boy it fits in my CD player like a penis in a vagina. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2308/ | 550 hits
CD Review: The Plea - Staggers Anthem This record sounds like a cross between three acts responsible for making some of the most bland, turgid and eye-gougingly boring horse wank musical debacles of the last decade. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17251/ | 484 hits
Live Review: WU LYF WU LYF burst onto the scene with such a deliberate sense of mystery and obfuscation, what with their manifestos, emblems, alter egos, the reluctance to reveal their faces, the unintelligible lyrics and the wilful shunning of the music business, that it initially comes as a slight disappointment to find that the band is in fact comprised of four rather normal looking young men from the north who wouldn't look out of place in your average student union, despite their obvious penchant for performing topless. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/15576/ | 655 hits
Live Review: The Blueskins + The Bazaars + The Ebb The Ebb are about to reach make or break time. Ball-busting, tribally triumphant drums soundtrack the band's rock and Borrell swagger onstage, the supremely confident singer causally sauntering across the pit before thrashing himself into a Columbia sized riff. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2970/ | 1,051 hits
Feature: Momentum PR Rachel Gardner spoke to Mandy Weetch, managing director of London-based Momentum PR. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13783/ | 738 hits
Live Review: Juno 2 + Big Blu + Walker So, Royal Park Cellars has had a refurb, complete with new stage and drum riser (excellent, now I can see all the hard work normally hidden by the singers). www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1161/ | 430 hits
Interview: The Glass Caves Ahead of their Live at Leeds date, Glass Caves chat to Leeds Music Scene www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17524/ | 751 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Leeds: 2005 This review is really rather late, for which I apologise profusely. If I may, I shall explain how I came to be so rubbish at time-keeping, life-maintenance and being able to do stuff in general. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/4310/ | 886 hits
Interview: ˇForward, Russia! The scheme brewing in the collective mind of ˇForward, Russia!, Leeds' pioneers of screeching, mercurial noise, is a simple one. It goes like this... www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6209/ | 2,309 hits