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Band Profile: The Knife
We do not have a biography for The Knife | 637 hits
Band Profile: Shonen Knife
We do not have a biography for Shonen Knife. | 99 hits
Band Profile: Pen Knife Love Life
post hardcore emo | 2,795 hits
CD Review: The Knife - Like A Pen
Having not heard a thing from The Knife's latest album, Silent Shout, I'm was intrigued as to what 'Like A Pen' sounded like. | 420 hits
Live Review: Shonen Knife
Fun! It is the word that bet encapsulates the Shonen Knife live experience. If smiles were the principal currency of pop, Shonen Knife would be millionaires many times over (and perhaps more appealingly we may never have heard of U2). | 669 hits
News Article: New British Daylight single 'Tongue Like A Knife' free download for 48 hours
Leeds indie rockers British Daylight are releasing their new single 'Tongue Like A Knife' as a free download on Soundcloud for 48 hours only, starting on 30th May at 19:00 GMT. | 350 hits
CD Review: The Knife - Deep Cuts
Storming out of Sweden are brother and sister combo Olof and Kristin Dreijer, aka The Knife. Unlike other famous brother and sister combos, the music isn't thrashy garage rock, nor is it arty punk pop. | 2,914 hits
Live Review: Pen Knife Love Life
The crowd at The Vine had previously been occupied in deep conversation throughout the blur of the previous bands and were now livened up and transported into the madness and vibrancy of this five piece up and coming rock/emo/death metal band from West Yorkshire. | 1,488 hits
Live Review: Ten Seconds of Chaos + Kram + The Printed Sound + Pen Knife Love Life
I attended this show not quite knowing what to expect as I had heard a mixture of opinions on several of the bands, but when I arrived to a relatively large anticipating crowd, I thought I might be in for a good night. | 2,079 hits
News Article: Leeds bands selected for In The City 2006...
Leeds bands Jack Afro and Pen Knife Love Life have been selected as part of the Official Unsigned bands for In The City 2006, the annual music conference held in Manchester. | 955 hits
Band Profile: For Death and Tragedy
hardcore metal | 170 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank - New Material on Dandelion Radio
Hear 'Billy Want Knife' from the forthcoming new album from The Truth About Frank exclusively on Jeff Grainger's show on Dandelion Radio throughout December. | 352 hits
juxtaposition. [juhk-stuh-puh-zish-uh n] 1. An act or instance of placing close together or side by side, especially for comparison or contrast. | 329 hits
Band Profile: DB4
rock pop blues | 996 hits
CD Review: Bloodhound Gang - Screwing You On The Beach At Night
In some tiny part of your brain you have to feel sorry for Bloodhound Gang: pre-pubescent boys trapped inside the bodies of men with a sense of humour about as sharp and fashionable as an antique butter knife. | 569 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank's 'Cannibal Work Ethic' now available
The Truth About Frank's 'Cannibal Work Ethic' now available Cannibal Work Ethic, the new album from The Truth About Frank, is now in the shops. | 255 hits
CD Review: The Scaramanga Six - Phantom Head
I had never heard of The Scaramanga Six, despite the fact they have been a band for around 15 years, before the album landed in my inbox for review. | 306 hits
CD Review: The Pigeon Detectives - I Found Out
Hurray for The Pigeon Detectives, about as cutting edge as a butter knife but about as much fun as you can have in two minutes. | 1,080 hits
CD Review: Engerica - Roadkill
It may be taking one hell of a long time but there are slight signs Engerica may actually be making a dent in British rock. | 552 hits
CD Review: Winnebago Deal - Dead Gone
There's two of 'em, one plays guitar and one plays drums. And that's pretty much where any similarity to The White Stripes ends. | 674 hits
News Article: 360Club Review (Dec 2010)
"Brace yourself, 360 Club, because things are about to get a whole lot cooler in here" should have been the announcement between Miranda's set and our next group of performers, Tag-Team Preacher. | 338 hits
News Article: New acts added to Long Division 2015 line up
Organisers of the Long Division Festival have this week confirmed another wave of bands joining them at Long Division 2015. | 446 hits
CD Review: The Mingers - Universal Disarmament
Hailing from Leeds The Mingers present to us one of the shortest EPs I've ever heard in my life. Seven tracks that in total clock in at just over 7 minutes. | 642 hits
Band Profile: Those Delta Wolves
Formed in 2013 under a full moon, Those Delta Wolves started forging tracks from blood, sweat and the tears of unicorns. | 898 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank, The Sound Projector Review
Leeds combo The Truth About Frank don't do outright noise so much, but their brand of electronic twisterment and distortionist antics is always underpinned by a dark and brooding energy that appeals to natural pessimists like myself. | 286 hits
News Article: Line up announced for Futuresound 2005...
Futuresound Music have today confirmed which thirty bands have got through to the next round of their annual unsigned competition, Futuresound 2005. | 2,610 hits
Band Profile: Climbing Alice
Wakefield indie/rock/pop trio | 280 hits
CD Review: Tom Waits - Real Gone (sampler)
Tom Waits is a damn legend. It's that easy, the actor/musician/genius has always been producing work which provokes and stretches from every chord, this been no acception. | 482 hits
CD Review: Last Night's TV - Quiet Storm EP
The opening song "Quiet Storm" will be on Last Night's TV's forthcoming album "Too Much in Doubt". The three other tracks, "Some Place to Go", "Shoes, Model's Own", and "Gone" (this last played solo) can only be found here. | 551 hits
Live Review: Therapy? + Winnebago Deal + Tokyo Dragons
It's an oft-repeated fact that Therapy?'s bassist Michael McKeegan was in a Judas Priest tribute band before linking up with Andy Cairns to form Ulster's fiercest in the early '90s. | 727 hits
CD Review: Rebel Yell - Live
From the first notes of 'My Primrose' it's easy to hear that Rebel Yell are a highly talented band. And to top that they are from Leeds, as the first track sounds like it's about a little known pub down Meanwood way... | 574 hits
Live Review: Spiritualized
18 months ago, Spiritualized were headlining one of the tents at Roskilde and I was in real trouble - the emotion pouring out of Jason Pierce and his crew was having a massive effect on my tear glands, and sitting down sobbing at how wonderful things were seemed the only option. | 483 hits
Live Review: Parva + The Union Volts + Being 747
Would putting rock bands in a massive hole work? With a crowd made-up of mostly of people wanting to be seen and grab the free booze, it was a triumph for the bands for so many to be grabbed from the bar by the quality of the music. | 580 hits
News Article: Leeds-List JUX festival feature
JUX - a new music festival in Leeds - will take place at the Brudenell Social Club on Saturday 20 February. | 317 hits
CD Review: Dälek - Gutter Tactics
This album is of the Hip Hop persuasion. STOP! Don't drop that glass you're holding and most certainly close that gaping mouth, as this record is saturated with enough piss, vinegar and bile to hold anyone's attention on a knife's edge. | 312 hits
News Article: More bands announced for Long Division Festival
More band haves been announced for September's Long Division Festival in Wakefield. The new additions reflect the best rising talent in the country as well as the Indie Label Network - a new network where eight labels were invited to submit one band to perform at the festival. | 663 hits
News Article: The Libertines confirmed as third headliner for Leeds Festival 2015
Organisers of the annual Leeds Festivals have confirmed The Libertines as the third Main Stage headliner - following on from the previous announcements for Metallica and Mumford & Sons. | 585 hits
CD Review: Tilly And The Wall - Bottom of Barrels
Sometimes the best ideas appear from the most unconventional of sources. Tilly And The Wall are no exception. | 544 hits
CD Review: The Budda Cakes - s/t
Sometimes you can just tell a band's going to be good from their name. These guys call themselves The Budda Cakes so obviously they're gonna be brilliant. | 410 hits
Live Review: Suit Up! + Sax Addict
Every Sunday, the Old Bar in Leeds University Union hosts a 'Sunday Set', allowing musicians - usually from the Uni, to showcase their talents. | 310 hits
CD Review: Serena-Maneesh - s/t
Serena-Maneesh provide the latest update in the Scandinavian invasion of British-branded indie. However, unlike fellow countrymen the Knife and Love Is All, Serena-Maneesh are far less experimental and sound far more familiar to British ears. | 341 hits
Live Review: A Certain Ratio + Pifco
All present and correct.... the heavily chorused chorused bass, the plaintive vocals, the small but perfectly formed brass section. | 889 hits
Band Profile: Pet Accessories
Pet Accessories are a Leeds-based band who are unashamably genre-whoring, fusing subversive electronic music and experimental guitar-driven pop, all surrounding a solid core of song-writing. | 830 hits
Live Review: The Haunted + God Forbid + God Dethroned
This collage of thrash/black metal bands laid on a good spread of vocals, gifted guitar riffs and good old-fashioned head-banging... | 535 hits
Band Profile: The Listeners
Alternative,Acoustic,Rock | 1,411 hits
Feature: Leeds Music Scene in December 2005: 5 years ago this month...
With the Leeds Music Scene website now entering its 13th year we thought it about time we looked through the archives to see what was happening in Leeds 5 years ago. So what was happening in December 2005... | 682 hits
CD Review: Desolation Angels - Ring Road
I had a house, yeah, and I had a car And it looked pretty good as I looked like I should - Asylum Hailing from West of the Pennines, Desolation Angels have been cutting introspective slices of beat-poetry set to minimal, glistening guitars and keyboards, underscored by subtle and characteristic drumming, since the turn of the century. | 483 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival line up announced
BBC Radio One announced the line up for Leeds Festival live on air at 7pm this evening (Monday 11th March). | 5,697 hits
Live Review: The Bravery + Transfer + The Royal Chains
The Brudenell is fast becoming my favourite music venue ever! Not only is the beer cheap, and the company fantastic, but rumour has it they put on some cracking bands every now and again. | 921 hits
CD Review: Joan As Police Woman - To Survive
Superbly serene yet gregariously graceful, the second album from Joan Wasser and Co. is a magnificent exercise in chamber-pop intricacy. | 518 hits
Live Review: The Fall + The Scaramanga Six
IIIIIIIIIINNNNN ONE! The Scaramanga Six. I haven't seen this lot for a while, and I'm looking forward to it. | 931 hits
Interview: Tim Pare
Charlotte Oxnard caught up with Sheffield singer songerwriter at the Faversham in Leeds | 992 hits
Live Review: Junip
OK sleepy heads, no cheating now. Hands up who knew Jose Gonzalez had a band of his own that have been slipping in and out of consciousness since their school days in Sweden at the back end of the 90s? | 889 hits
Live Review: Justice + Empror & Duppy Beatz + Tribes + Django Django + Band of Skulls
An early arrival to Leeds Festival, tent erected (relatively) easily and I am ready for my musical marathon. | 469 hits
Live Review: Redwire + The Arrogance Of King Canute + Little Wrong 'Uns + Born With Stripes
You can always guess who the novices are. Born With Stripes gathered together only a year ago, when Dan Sheen and James Hinks started writing songs together. | 704 hits
Live Review: The Long Blondes + The Lodger
The cross-over between the audience for tonight's gig and that for last week's visit to the same venue by the NME's "Indie Rave" tour is not great. | 934 hits
Live Review: Ols Moore And The Gypsy Dogs + Tag-Team Preacher + Miranda Versus The Crok + Ryan ROCKiT
Well, the weather outside is certainly frightful. But the mood in The Library is delightful (Did I really just type that?) Anyway, it's Christmas time, it's the last 360 Club of the year, and it looks set to be a cracker (pun most definitely intended). | 902 hits
CD Review: The Defiled - 1888
'1888' is five tracks of hardcore-influenced metal. It's a fair assumption that this is what Bullet For My Valentine would have sounded like if, following 'The Poison,' they had explored the nastier, darker side of their sound, rather than written songs like 'Hearts Burst Into Fire.' The only thing separating The Defiled from an angrier BFMV, is their dabblings in electro and gothic synths, which jars against the straight-faced heaviness of their music. | 1,411 hits
CD Review: Sound Of Guns - What Came From Fire
There's something vaguely Snow Patrol-esque about the general aura of earnestness and feeling that enshrouds Sound of Guns' debut full-length. | 2,072 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. | 434 hits
CD Review: Mother Mother - O My Heart
Originally released in September 2008, Canadian five-piece Mother Mother have finally gotten around to releasing their second album, 'O My Heart' in the UK, and it's a difficult album to categorise. | 624 hits
Interview: Fieldhead
LMS catches up with Fieldhead (aka Paul Elam), currently Leeds' ambassador to Vancouver. | 951 hits
Live Review: Red Hot Chili Peppers + High Tyde + The Japanese House + The Indigo Project
THE INDIGO PROJECT Leeds' own, The Indigo Project are the first band I head out to see on Sunday morning. | 1,107 hits
Live Review: Parisman + les Flames! + four day Hombre + The Somatics + This Et Al + Black Wire
Tonight it's a six band special with some of the Leeds and District gentry cavorting on the same boards. | 1,983 hits
Live Review: Maximo Park + Arctic Monkeys + We Are Scientists + The Mystery Jets
It all sits a bit on knife-edge this one; I can't be the only one that feels it. The sweet, sweet taste of anticipation impregnates ever fibre of my body and, in empathy with a dog on heat, I pace round the Refec like a chained beast. | 1,332 hits
Live Review: Suicide Silence + Deez Nuts + Bleed From Within + More Than Life + TRC + Heart In Hand + Evita + Basement + Polar + Silent Screams + Crossbreaker + The Ocean Between Us
The Ocean Between Us have a tough job in opening up the 2nd day of Ghostfest, but rise to the occasion in spectacular style. | 1,377 hits
Live Review: Foals + LUH (Lost Under Heaven) + Strong Asian Mothers + The Mexanines
THE MEXANINES Saturday rolls around and I make my way down an almost hidden path to the left of the main stage, where I find The Mexanines setting up on the 'Jack Rocks/This Feeling' stage. | 1,018 hits
Live Review: Hopesfall + Nora + A Destructive Issue + Shot By Both Sides
Before I start I'd just like to say that I've eaten the nicest tea I've had in ages tonight. It was a stir-fry. | 1,286 hits

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