Interview: The Pattern Theory Leeds to Berlin uproots The Pattern Theory are back in town to play the Packhorse this week - Kate Zezulka speaks to them in the run-up to their UK tour... www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/12767/ | 1,005 hits
Band Profile: The Pattern Theory The Pattern Theory's first foray into the financially insecure wasteland known as 'high-fidelity-smooth-rock', began in 2007 in Leeds, West Yorkshire. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8517/ | 731 hits
CD Review: The Pattern Theory - EP1 When a record like this comes through the post, reviewers earn the right to get a bit overemotional. After having umm'd and ahh'd over whether it was slightly unreasonable to nab the opportunity to review The Pattern Theory again, my desperation to hear this overrode my better sense. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9082/ | 544 hits
Live Review: The Pattern Theory + Conquering Animal Sound + Juffage The Packhorse isn't a space that lends itself to Juffage's usual live acrobatics (his typical antics make swinging a cat look positively risk-free and space-saving), but it's testament to the substance behind the eccentric style that his set stands sturdy without some of the visual trappings. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/12935/ | 611 hits
Band Profile: James Yates There are at least two artists by the name of James Yates.
1) You may recognise James Yates (the one currently residing in Berlin) from his skin hitting duties in the The Pattern Theory. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9794/ | 143 hits
Live Review: Efterklang + Bracken + James Yates It's an absolute truth that gigs vary wildly in quality and, even at heights where every single punter comes away completely astonished, it's more than extremely rare to have headliners and supports that live up to and even exceed expectations. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9792/ | 535 hits