Search for reggae musicians performed on Wednesday, 2nd September 2015.
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Band Profile: Issimo ISSIMO are an 8-piece ska/reggae/funk/ jazz ensemble from Yorkshire, fronted by Marc and Abi and backed by the ISSIMITES (a rogue bunch of unruly jazz musicians) www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/18298/ | 600 hits
Band Profile: Little Roots Little Roots feature Seb, ex D-Koy, on guitar and vocals, Imogen on vocals and their line-up is completed with funky drums from Jules, Feluka, and bass. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16843/ | 125 hits
Band Profile: Robert J Langley Rob has been playing around Leeds for several years as a member of Hyde Park Times, more recently with Feluka and on his own, playing such disparate styles as pop, folk, soul, rock, jazz, funk, world, ska, reggae, psychedelia, avant garde and pretty much anything else you'd care to mention. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8649/ | 368 hits
CD Review: Nightmares On Wax - In A Space Outta Sound Nightmares on Wax are one of Leeds' most beloved institutions - particularly among those with a certain predilection for a certain form of naturally growing intoxicants. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6575/ | 297 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Urban Fusion II Mark Wright of Our Tuli sent this great CD in to LMS. And that tells a tale, by omission. Arts Leeds of the City Council, and a whole boatload of worthy sponsors put time and cash in to make the project possible. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2896/ | 780 hits
Live Review: Ali Campbell's UB40 Bit of background first. The band UB40 is named after the unemployment benefit form that you had to complete in the 1970s in order to claim welfare from the Department of Health and Social Security. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/18549/ | 866 hits
Interview: The Kooks The Kooks: eat healthy and enjoy their humus. Ben Daure speaks wih Luke Pritchard to find out more. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6302/ | 77,309 hits
CD Review: Curry Quiche - 1 Seed. No Leeches As bizarre as their name suggests, Curry Quiche, (allegedly) formed over a take-away, are 5 boys from Rotherham, telling their own rather intriguing tales. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16882/ | 294 hits
Live Review: Sleaze Orchestra In a market that is becoming increasingly saturated with second-rate Michael Buble and Frank Sinatra imitators, it is refreshing to hear a troupe of young musicians making original, cutting-edge jazz music. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8255/ | 771 hits
Live Review: Cables Cause Fires + Not Great Men + Empire Safari There is an atmosphere in the dank cellar beneath the Royal Park pub that owes less to the faint smell of rot and alcohol hanging in the air than it does to the pervading feeling amongst all present that this event is the beginning of something exciting: A night of music organized by the bands themselves in the heart of Hyde Park, with a sense of community and mutual respect amongst audience and musicians alike. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14452/ | 694 hits
Live Review: Phluid + Galo + Sapp I've always thought band names are important. They can say a lot about the band itself, or its music: like New Order, Spiritualized or Fear Factory. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1174/ | 286 hits
Feature: Cosmo's Song Leeds Music Scene talks to the Devon-based musician and filmmaker Cosmo Jarvis about his career so far and what lies ahead. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17396/ | 317 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... www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3174/ | 1,987 hits