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Feature: StrangeForms Interview - The Fierce & The Dead
Kev from London prog-rockers, The Fierce & The Dead, crunched some words with us as we look forward to StrangeForms festival...
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/18325/ | 511 hits
News Article: Black Moth to release split single with Xm3a
Leeds band Black Moth are to release a split single with London prog rockers Xm3a. The single will be released on 6th June through the New Heavy Sounds label (Rolo Tomassi, PABH) on limited clear 7" vinyl.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14755/ | 391 hits
CD Review: Ten Seconds Of Chaos - Don't Cut Me Out
Within the limitations of full-on rock guitar-band music Ten Seconds of Chaos squeeze out every possibility to maximum effect.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2812/ | 792 hits
Live Review: Machine Guns & Leather Jackets + Dirty Weekend + Night Herons + Deathretro
In between being constantly asked to move out of the way by these guys wanting to play pool (on a table stupidly situated 10ft away from the stage), a thoroughly good night of exciting live bands was enjoyed at The Elbow Room on Friday night.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/12289/ | 683 hits
Band Profile: Youthmovie Soundtrack Strategies
The English "prog-post-mathcore-rock-stuff" quintet aka YMSS (see also "Youthmovies") was formed in Oxford, UK in 2002 by Andrew Mears (guitar and vocals), Al English (guitars, synths and samplers), Stephen Hammond (bass), Graeme Murray (drums) and Sam Scott (Trumpet, Flugelhorn & Organ), displaying much early promise with the restless, wildly eclectic sound of 2003's mini-album Let's Get Going...
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/5279/ | 336 hits
Live Review: Wannadies + At The Drive-In + Homecut Directive + Parisman + co.uk + Idlewild + And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead + JJ72 + The Delgados
8am: Wake up in a comfy bed at home. This year I avoided camping, and I'm now glad that I made that decision.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9766/ | 672 hits
CD Review: Kong - Snake Magnet
While Manchester's Kong have their own distinct sound, Brew Records' latest release continues in the vein of previous signings, most notably improvised prog-rockers Castrovalva, and the mental vocal stylings of Chickenhawk.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10814/ | 780 hits

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