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music of the sixties

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Band Profile: The Voices
Leeds psychedelic/sixties inspired sounds. Our music can be heard at | 594 hits
Band Profile: Beneath The Oak
Beneath The Oak is an acoustic band from Leeds | 599 hits
CD Review: The Sleepy Jackson - God Lead Your Soul
The timing couldn't be better for the return of Australian eccentrics The Sleepy Jackson as they release the first single to be taken from their forthcoming album 'Personality'. | 398 hits
Band Profile: Rosie Doonan
Rosie Doonan: Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Uke Gary Stewart: Acoustic Guitar, Drums and Vocals Katriona Gilmore: Violin, Mandolin, Vocals Sarah Smout: Cello, Vocals Miklos Woodwood: Bass Guitar JonnytheFirth: Electric Guitar Rosie Doonan is an exciting new singer songwriter. | 4,899 hits
Live Review: The Delamores
The Delamores' vocalist Lee never breaks sweat. He is an enigmatic, quiet man who prefers to leave the jocularities to jovial bassist Baz, who tonight is sporting a canny leopard print guitar. | 790 hits
CD Review: Iggy Pop - Skull Ring
Billed as a solo album, Skull Ring is actually a collection of different collaborations. In the 'Welcome' category, he teams up with The Stooges again, The Trolls and everyone's favourite bearded lady, Peaches. | 309 hits
CD Review: Casiokids - Kaskaden
If spring had decided to actually fulfil its seasonal commitments; instead of deciding that after a fleeting visit, it wasn't really worth the effort and sulking off to Europe, then the perfect post equinox soundtrack would've been the debut album, 'Aabenbaringen Over Aaskammen' from Norwegian synth-poppers - 'Casiokids'. | 259 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Chairman Of The Board
Opening with a version of one of the most covered blues numbers of the early sixties, this selection owes a lot to musicians who aren't the ones on the disc. | 480 hits
CD Review: Neils Children - Always the Same
Wow that's a sick guitar sound! Yet it pounds around my head picking up on each one of my senses. This is a crazy indie-punk number from Neils Children, sounding like The Futureheads mixed with Pistols-esque vocals yet they have their own unique psychedelic feel to the piece. | 782 hits
CD Review: Parisman - A Lesson In The Art Of Balance
Parisman take one great leap into their own future with this very polished three track CD. No more uncertainty about how to balance the rock and the electronics. | 449 hits
CD Review: Rob Nichols - 2nd Album
Rob Nichols is some rare creature darting across the normally beaten tracks with a flurry of noises and graceful swerves, to disappear in the woods and haunt your memory weeks later. | 505 hits
Live Review: The Somatics + Kimeera + The Favours
Quite a good idea to have a band from each of three Yorkshire cities and playing a gig in each one, getting the local audience to give an additional sense of purpose and bring in a readymade crowd. | 1,064 hits
CD Review: The Loves - ...Love You
Indiepop, which the sharper LMS reader will have noticed I like to write about, well, indiepop is as dangerous as heroin. | 524 hits
Live Review: The Bazaars + The Sunshine Underground
While many of Leeds' rock fans were the other side of town (Razorlight at LU) some of us were supporting local talent. | 1,432 hits
Live Review: The Summerfield + The Boy Tate
The room downstairs at Joseph's Well had been taken over by tables and chairs and subtle candlelight. | 410 hits
Live Review: Motion + The Bilderberg Group + Saving Lenny
SAVING LENNY The first impression I got of this band was the noise. Two guitars can often be noisy and in this instance that was the case. | 486 hits
Live Review: Crystal Stilts
There must be something in the water. This can be the only explanation for the recent proliferation of bands featuring Crystal in their monikers. | 363 hits
CD Review: Little Roy - Battle For Seattle
Cover albums can be really, really good or really, really bad. This collection of ten of Nirvana's best songs recorded in a reggae style are superb. | 614 hits
CD Review: The Charlatans - Up At The Lake
The first song on this album is the title track. It rocks and stomps, demanding volume. Burgess blends his natural voice, with the falsetto style he adopted on the 'Wonderland' album. | 609 hits
Live Review: Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan + Euros Childs
Euros Childs, former frontman of Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, provides some strange folk indie to warm up the crowd. | 729 hits
CD Review: Four Tet - There Is Love In You
Two-years since his last release, 'Ringer,' experimental electro genius Four Tet is back with his seventh studio album 'There Is Love In You.' The long-awaited album opens with the hauntingly beautiful 'Angel Echoes.' It is a track that does exactly what it says on the tin, conjuring up images of floaty ladies serenely passing through the hustle and bustle of the rat-race. | 619 hits
Live Review: The Somatics + Tom Gourley
Yet another top night at Josephs' Well, to see two bands, or should I say acts because the first is a solo guy with but an acoustic guitar to his name, which is incidentally TOM GOURLEY. | 547 hits
Live Review: The Zar + Dog City + The Heist
Occasionally bands with edgy names proclaiming gritty sounds can sell themselves short, others should be seriously checked under the Trade Descriptions Act. | 743 hits
Interview: The Casual Terraces
Andy Roberts catches up with The Casual Terraces before their gig with Radio Clash... | 2,067 hits
Band Profile: The Edsel Auctioneer
Leeds' answer to MBV and Husker Du | 620 hits
Live Review: The Lies + The Portraits + Melody Maker + Metro
It seems that everywhere you turn these days, someone is writing a review or on TV or maybe just down the pub declaring the excellence of the current Leeds music scene. | 660 hits
Live Review: C.W. Stoneking + Brownbird Ruddy Relic
In this modern era it's not uncommon for disillusioned and quite often deluded members of society to feel that they belong to another time or place, a hubris conclusion that is usually spurred on by an influential novel, film or television series that can lead one to believe that they were meant to be an ad man from sixties Manhattan or an outlaw from the old American west and not say a clerical worker from modern day Uttoxeter. | 858 hits
Live Review: Chickenhawk + Spectrals + The Neat
Dance To The Radio Stage's Festival Thursday night is one of the special treats of Leeds Festival. For the rest of the weekend this platform becomes the BBC Introducing Stage, where 36 new artists take different kinds of first step into a brighter limelight. | 1,048 hits
Courtesy of Jon Bryan at It's been almost a year since I last saw Bang Bang Romeo live. | 374 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... | 2,070 hits
Interview: Shout Out Louds
Jonny Dartz speaks to Adam Olenius of the Shout Out Louds. | 730 hits
Live Review: Jake Bugg + Hudson Taylor + Skinny Living
Tonight First Direct, having turned promotors, are putting on their first of many (it is hoped) shows at the arena that bears their name. | 1,016 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. | 683 hits
Live Review: Iggy & The Stooges + Idlewild + The Sunshine Underground + The Young Knives + Sons and Daughters + The Horrors + The Dirty
As soon as you walk into the grounds of Harewood House, it hits you right in the face: this gig is as close to a sixties' "peace and love" throwback as you're likely to find in this day and age. | 811 hits
Live Review: GirlsOnDrugs
Leeds Music Scene was at the annual Martin House fundraiser Centre Stage final at the O2 Academy, where a place on the Reading and Leeds bill was at stake. | 669 hits
Interview: Simple Plan
Charlotte Hird caught up with Simple Plan when they supported Bowling for Soup at LMUSU | 7,119 hits
Live Review: Smoke Fairies + Rasputina
If proof were needed that the special relationship between the UK and the US is alive and kicking a trip to Leeds College of Music would have put your mind at rest. | 838 hits
Interview: The Wonder Stuff
'Twas a blustery wet night on Sunday 12th March 2006 when I forced my way into a packed out Cockpit in Leeds, to interview not only a legend, to all self respecting indie lovers, but also a rather splendid chap! In the immortal words of Take That would The Wonder Stuff be back for good? | 4,219 hits

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