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News Article: Carling Stage bands announced for Leeds Festival 2005...
Mean Fiddler have today announced the line up for the Carling Stage at Leeds Festival 2005, which includes local representation from ¡Forward, Russia! | 2,050 hits
Band Profile: The Jacs
The Jacs formed in early 2007 when Liverpool songwriters Mike Jones and Kieran Ferguson began jammin' with bass player Ste. | 212 hits
Interview: Eddie Sims
Justin Myers talks to Eddie Sims, promoter of the Annihilation Nights in Leeds. | 520 hits
News Article: Rob Nichols releases his third album this week...
Rob Nichols will be releasing his third album on 15th March with a free in-store lunchtime (12.30pm) set at Small Note Records (formerly CD centre). | 248 hits
Band Profile: The Bandits
There are (at least) 3 bands named The Bandits. 1) A fictional band featured in the German movie "Bandits" (1997). | 206 hits
News Article: The Cribs selected for NME Brit Pack Tour...
The Cribs have been selected by the NME for their "Brit Pack Tour" in March. 22-20s headline all dates, with other bands - on a rotating bill - including The Ordinary Boys, The Zutons, Thirteen Senses and Delays. | 500 hits
Band Profile: Gloss
There are at least two bands called Gloss. 1) Gloss were a Liverpool-based indie-pop band that released one album in 2001. | 212 hits
Band Profile: Tramp Attack
Through a mutual love of good music and cheap booze, Tramp Attack were formed on the cusp of the millenium in the cauldron of depravity known as 16 Earl Road. | 178 hits
News Article: HMV Showcase nights come to Leeds...
The popular Manchester and Liverpool "HMV Showcase" nights have now set up a home in Leeds, with monthly gigs set to be hosted at Joseph's Well from September. | 1,705 hits
Interview: The Casual Terraces
Andy Roberts catches up with The Casual Terraces before their gig with Radio Clash... | 1,882 hits
CD Review: The Wombats - Lost In The Post
The Wombats' latest release, 'Lost in the Post' is a charming single that takes a couple of listens to get into, but once it's in your head you won't be able to shake it out. | 538 hits
Band Profile: Royal Vendetta
indie rock | 1,034 hits
CD Review: The Acutes - Set On You
I'm tired and hot and I know it's time to get some sleep but what the hell, I'll bang the new The Acutes single on and give this review a bash. | 384 hits
Band Profile: The Hokes
A storming Liverpool/Leeds three piece with musical origins rooted in the Mississippi Hill blues through to English classic rock n roll. | 281 hits
News Article: The Guests selected as a finalist in Road to V 2007
The Guests, a four-piece Leeds-based indie band have recently reaped big rewards. The four students have been whittled down from thousands of entries to become one of the 14 finalists in this year's Road to V unsigned band competition. | 354 hits
Live Review: Superelectric + Monkey Steals The Drum + Rio 6
London's Circuit magazine and Manchester's Charabanc Promotions have tonight arranged to bring Leeds three of the best bands from the top Northern cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds. | 340 hits
Feature: The StrangeForms Interviews: Kusanagi
Stewart from Bad Owl Presents quizzed Kusanagi bassist, Dan, in the lead up to their StrangeForms appearance. | 301 hits
CD Review: Mountaineers - Motions Of Interplanetary Dust
Mountaineers 'do not aspire to evoke a past we cannot relate to, they do not sound like anyone else... | 534 hits
Band Profile: Shit The Bed
punk hardcore | 437 hits
Band Profile: The Cut
Indie dance rock | 2,624 hits
CD Review: The Moonies - I would give it all up for your Love
If you sped the Buzzcocks up then you would have The Moonies. In the recent media frenzy of garage rock bands that regularly appear at the whim of the NME and their evil media empire buddies, to often the focus seems away from our shores - be it Sweden, Australia or the US, we overlook our own proficiency to turn out some darn' right great bish bash bosh guitar songs. | 317 hits
Interview: The Breech
High up in the 7th floor apartment of The Breech's keyboard player Davoc, overlooking the streets and at the weird and wonderful architecture of Leeds buildings it seems an appropriate place to talk about the state of the Leeds music scene, and more importantly the burgeoning and healthy looking future of The Breech. | 610 hits
Live Review: Mojo Pin + Solace + Porcelin + Download + Freewheeler
Another five-band line up at Joseph's Well marks another Northern Sound Exposure event. What makes these gigs so enjoyable from my point of view is that the organisers always try to feature new bands and it's the perfect opportunity to check out some of the potential bands of tomorrow. | 397 hits
Band Profile: The Black Velvets
The Black Velvets is a blues rock band from Liverpool, England. The Black Velvets formed in 2002 by drummer Nick Kilroe and bass player Dave Dutton, who joined together after their previous bands split up. | 225 hits
CD Review: The Black Velvets - Get on Your Life
In an era when rock music is well and truly back, The Black Velvets are gonna settle in to a CD collection near you just nicely. | 427 hits
News Article: Census time: 1 in every 2000 people in Leeds a 'musician'
The 2011 Census will be landing on doorsteps in March, and it is interesting to note how many people in Leeds list "musician" as their profession. | 583 hits
News Article: Live at Leeds wins national UK Festival Award for Best Metropolitan Festival
Organisers of Live at Leeds were celebrating this week after winning a national UK Festival Award for Best Metropolitan Festival. | 445 hits
CD Review: Space - Suburban Rock'n'Roll
After the bloated corpse of Britpop (1992 - 1998) had finally gone up to the musical genre in the sky, it left its protagonists in an agonising position. | 1,104 hits
Band Profile: Otherside
Melodic/indie/pop rock | 2,009 hits
Live Review: The Dead Pets + Zombina and the Skeletones + Guns on the Roof
Cannily advertised on the ticket as "St Pets' Day" (oh ho ho), tonight is another good indication that while Leeds may be churning out indie kid bands at ten to the dozen right now that the punk scene's flourishing quite nicely as well thank you. | 1,419 hits
Feature: StrangeForms Interview - Alpha Male Tea Party
Ben from Alpha Male Tea Party threw some soundbites our way and only managed to swear once. | 448 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - ¡Forward, Russia! / This Et Al - split single
"Everything Is Brilliant In Leeds" reads the t-shirt slogan of a certain bunch of Loiners currently dominating the nations airwaves. | 1,228 hits
Band Profile: Wet Paint
punk rock | 1,422 hits
News Article: redwire Announce Autumn UK Tour
redwire have announced details of an Autumn UK Tour in support of their second single, Playing With Fire. | 222 hits
Live Review: Ooberman + Fast Eddie + Motive
Ooberman, on the back of the recent Festival appearances, took the trip across to Leeds in order to grace the Duchess. | 264 hits
Band Profile: The Breech
Leeds based four-piece, The Breech, were formed in July 2001 and have developed a deeply musical and distinctly unique sound. | 1,850 hits
CD Review: InSatellites - Drive
InSatellties are a band from Leeds who have come from around the country to study Music Technology at Leeds Met. | 294 hits
Live Review: Jet + The Stands
Been looking forward to seeing The Stands play live since I got a sneak preview of their forthcoming album (on Echo Records) recently. | 270 hits
CD Review: The Bandits - And They Walked Away (album sampler)
Well, at least I only had to suffer five tracks. If these are the best, God preserve me from the others. | 915 hits
Band Profile: Team Modeliste
funk rock | 1,463 hits
We've missed you Dancers; it feels like this party has been a long time coming. We're excited and we've prepared something really special for you this time around. | 340 hits
Band Profile: Cats and Cats and Cats
Cats and Cats and Cats are a 5-piece split between the counties of Surrey and Kent, who met whilst studying at The University of Hertfordshire. | 117 hits
AZORES Tour 2012 17.10 MANCHESTER Night & Day (w. Champion Lover // plus more) 18.10 SHEFFIELD Green Room (w. | 231 hits
Band Profile: The Zutons
The Zutons are a British band whose music has proved difficult to categorise, and has been described as "psychedelic cartoon punk" with a unique blend of rock pop, jazz, funk, and general eclecticism. | 305 hits
Band Profile: Jon Allen
Jon Allen was born in Winchester UK. He knew from an early age that music was his vocation. He grew up admiring artists as wide-ranging as Tom Waits, Led Zeppelin, James Taylor and The Beatles. | 356 hits
Live Review: Ooberman + Coasta
Ooberman returned to West Yorkshire to celebrate the release of their debut album, The Magic Treehouse. | 269 hits
Band Profile: The Bees
There have been several bands with the name The Bees. 1. The Bees (known as A Band of Bees in America, owing to a rights conflict over their name) are a uk band from the Isle of Wight off the south coast of England. | 6,167 hits
Live Review: Strike Anywhere + The Loved Ones + Down and Outs + The Mercury League
The sound has always been well in the Well, prompting the recent influx of American hardcore bands like Samiam and Propagandhi and these 'intimate' gigs. | 614 hits
News Article: Full StrangeForms line-up announced
Bad Owl Presents... have announced the full line-up for this year's StrangeForms Festival. For fans of those who have an interest in anything post-rock, post-metal, math-rock and leftfield, the event will be back at Wharf Chambers over the Easter Bank Holiday (Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of April) and will feature sixteen bands over the two days along with veggie/vegan food stalls, a record stall from Sound It Out Records and Echoes & Dust DJs. | 236 hits
Feature: Jimmy Islip Blog 1
Jimmy Islip (maybe best known around these parts as the drummer of That Fucking Tank) is off on a jaunt to America in the name of one of his projects outside Tank. Jimmy explains all in his first blog entry documenting the outing for LMS... | 544 hits
Band Profile: The Basement
(The Basement are also a US hip-hop group) At the start of 2003, The Basement launched to a whole heap of praise from the UKs leading music press. | 822 hits
Band Profile: The Open
There are two bands known by the name Open. The Open [1] are an English Five-piece indie rock band from Liverpool (Steven Bayley (vocals/guitar), Jon Winter (guitar), Jim Reynolds (bass), Roger Westwood (drums) and Alan Dutton (keyboards). | 373 hits
Feature: Jimmy Islip Blog 2
Jimmy's Second Chicago Blog Entry. | 470 hits
Interview: Amsterdam
On the 17th December '05, I had the pleasure of meeting one of the hardest working front men in the music industry, Ian Prowse (no relation to the bloke that played Darth Vader). He is the lead singer with the band Amsterdam. | 933 hits
Interview: Wet Nuns
James Elson catches up with Wet Nuns. | 506 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Junction 47
This double CD is an awesome achievement. It is truly good stuff. By all reckoning, 18 different bands from one part of the country should make a complete pudding of an album. | 305 hits
Live Review: Tunng + Eugene McGuinness
A warm steamy night for October makes the Brudenell's atmosphere slightly muggy and uncomfortable. However the eager crowd form orderly huddles cross legged on the floor and spend several minutes stripping of layers to survive the heat. | 561 hits
Live Review: Mad Dog Mcrea
'Mad' has many connotations. You can get mad i.e.: when the energy companies raise their prices (yet again). | 487 hits
Interview: The Antix
James Burkitt caught up with Gracie (vocals) and Mafro (guitar) of The Antix at The Elbow Room in Leeds | 771 hits
Interview: The Blueskins
Cathy Simpson talks to The Blueskins about music, festivals, The Beatles and lazy journalism... | 696 hits
Band Profile: Space
There are different bands under the same name: 1. A French synthpop group active in the 1970's and the 1980's 2. | 319 hits
Band Profile: Alterkicks
Alterkicks were formed through adverts in shops in Merseyside and Cheshire. Though based in Liverpool, the band are drawn from far and wide. | 168 hits
Live Review: Waking Theo + Hollow Point + Daigoro + Pointe Blank
Organized by Eddy of Collective Management, tonight's "Annihilation night" gig at the Fenton promised to showcase some of the top metal talent from the local area, as well as one band from further afield. | 459 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. | 493 hits
Live Review: These Monsters + Kong + That Fucking Tank + Hot Club De Paris + Humanfly
It's 4PM on a Saturday afternoon and here I am at the Cockpit for the launch of These Monsters new album. | 682 hits
Band Profile: Finka
indie rock | 1,683 hits
Live Review: Haven + The Crescent
It is often said that 'genius steals', however he was usually 'round mi girlfriends' at the time and has ten or fifteen people willing to testify that he's 'a good boy, always in church on Sundays and would never steal so much as a middle-eight'. | 261 hits
Interview: Doll & The Kicks
Steve Wright interviewed Doll on Friday October 30th, the day after the band had played at Leeds Academy | 1,074 hits
Band Profile: Julian Cope
Julian Cope (born Julian David Cope, on 21 October 1957, in Deri, Mid Glamorgan) was raised in Tamworth, Staffordshire. | 436 hits
Interview: Twin Atlantic
Sam Woodgate spoke to Sam McTrusty of Twin Atlantic before their gig at the Cockpit on May 7th. | 1,330 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Across The Pennines II
This is the second instalment of the monthly sonic publication known as 'Across the Pennines'. Contributions appear to be sourced from the geographical area that the name suggests; i.e. | 674 hits
Band Profile: Flies are Spies from Hell
UK / EURO TOUR 2011: 12 dates across England, Belgium, the Czech Republic and France. 29 April - Liverpool @ Mello Mello w/ Listener / Victory Over The Sun / Si40 / Poetry & Acoustic acts (Tickets - ) 30 April - Blackpool @ Later at the Blue Room Festival (w/ Escape Artist / Goonies Never Say Die / What The Blood Revealed / Alright The Captain / We Say No / Karhide / Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster / The Harks / Stitchthread) 1 May - Free!!! | 327 hits
Live Review: Alpha Male Tea Party + Body Hound + Two Trick Horse + Shatner's Bassoon
It is the first time I've been to a gig in the Games Room at The Brudenell. The last time I was in there, in fact, a bunch of us were playing 'killer' on the snooker tables. | 386 hits
Live Review: The Music + The Rain Band + The Bandits
I was excited about this gig. I've enjoyed The Music's debut album and have been looking forward to tonight for sometime - tickets sold out about 4/5 weeks earlier so I was expecting an electric atmosphere inside this rather strange new venue under Leeds train station. | 649 hits
Live Review: Haven + The Crescent
What a stupid rule! You're in the venue but to get to the room where the bands will be performing you have to go back outside and round to the other entrance instead of walking ten yards through the doors in front of you, quickly supping off the fresh pint you've just acquired! | 247 hits
Interview: Ricky Warwick
Ricky Warwick was, and still is, the formidable front man for one of the heaviest rock acts the UK has ever seen. Victoria Holdsworth asks the questions... | 2,184 hits
Band Profile: Cashier No. 9
Cashier No.9 For several years now, Danny Todd has been an accessory to great music from Northern Ireland. | 275 hits
Band Profile: Sonic Boom Six
Formed in Manchester, England in 2002, Sonic Boom Six represent the most compelling soundclash to rise from the underground in years. | 449 hits
Interview: Club Smith
Joseph Seager had a chat with Sam from Club Smith, after their Leeds support slot at the Academy with The Sunshine Underground, and before their own headline gig on March 19th at The Cockpit. | 1,103 hits
Interview: Eliza and the Bear
I was lucky enough to catch up with James Kellegher (lead vocals, guitar) and Martin Dukelow (vocals, guitar) from Eliza and the Bear before their performance at The Wardrobe on the 12th October. It was a pure pleasure to chat to them about the festival season and where they are going next. | 773 hits
Interview: Revenge of The Psychotronic Man
Revenge of The Psychotronic Man are still smoking | 535 hits
Live Review: Arctic Monkeys + Bombay Bicycle Club + Circa Waves + Peace + Dry the River
I began Sunday at the Main Stage with Dry the River. They are a band I've followed avidly since the release of their first album, 'Shallow Bed' and with new album 'Alarms In The Heart' released the day after this performance I am very excited to hear what two years and a trip to Iceland had created. | 1,141 hits
Live Review: Marvins Revolt + Arms At Last + Wintermute
The latest You Are Invited all-dayer in Huddersfield may be the last unless some benevolent soul steps forward and offers to support the event. | 706 hits
Band Profile: British Sea Power
British Sea Power are a four-man indie rock band based in Brighton, England, although three of the band hail originally from Kendal in Cumbria. | 642 hits
Band Profile: Happy Mondays
Happy Mondays are an alternative rock band formed in Salford, Greater Manchester, UK in 1985. The band is fronted by Shaun Ryder, who formed the band with his brother Paul Ryder, who played bass. | 394 hits
Interview: Jesse Malin
Upon entering Jesse Malin's dressing room at Sheffield's Club Zero we encounter not only the man himself but also a bowl of jelly babies. This can only be a good thing... | 1,980 hits
Band Profile: My Passion
MY PASSION are Laurence René (Vocals, Guitar), Jonathan Gaskin (Vocals, Synths & Guitar), John Be (Guitar), Simon Rowlands (Bass) and Jamie Nicholls (Drums), five young men with a fearless, rebellious intention, DIY ethics and a genre-smashing electronic induced metallic punk sound. | 469 hits
Band Profile: Hey Negrita
HEY NEGRITA: Biog New album: Inspired by the success of their series of acoustic performances for various BBC shows (including Bob Harris on Radio 2), Hey Negrita took time out from their tour schedule in support of their 2008 album 'You Can Kick' and shifted into Miloko Studios in south London for a spur-of-the-moment session. | 281 hits

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