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Band Profile: Termite A 'disgustingly contagious' four piece jazzy, proggy, spacey blues rock band - New E.P "Growth" out now - termite.bandcamp.com<br /><br />"One of West Yorkshire/Lancashire's most exploratory young bands, Termite's 3rd EP... Growth, is an all too brief voyage into a melting pot of blues, garage rock and early psychedelia" - Counterfeit Magazine<br /><br />"Impressively expansive and explorative music... 'Growth' is a mixture of styles, influences and genres that gel wonderfully to create a cacophony of the familiar and the surprising" - Listen with Monger<br /><br />"An exuberant crescendo of noise...roller coaster...in all senses of the words" - MusicMafia<br /><br />"When the world ends and the horsemen make their descent from heaven to cleanse the earth with fire, plague and pestilence; the last sound we will hear will be the last minute and a half of Kettle Of Fish." - Space Giraffe<br /><br />"Their attempts to blend styles are the work of a band attempting to look forwards rather than back. The textural nature of much of the music on 'Memory Loss' and the propulsive garage rock that ends 'Kettle of Fish' suggest that this is a band with a good few more sides to show us yet." - Echoes and Dust<br /><br />"'[Growth] draws you into both the sounds and the lyrics with a near hypnotic feel... An EP which will add to the collection of any music fan, who appreciates and welcomes the emergence of new and exciting musical talent." - Keep Music Live<br /><br />"From the beginning of the EP 'These Clowns' had me already hooked with the loud drums and the LSD guitar riffing" - WordsForMusic<br /><br />"Several times, the set descends into extended proggy breakdowns with electric double bass and flute thrown in for good measure but they are charismatic and musically capable enough for these Pink Floyd moments to be powerful rather than merely self indulgent" - No-TITLE Magazine www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16316/ | 219 hits
CD Review: Wilt - Distortion In their biography, Irish four-piece Wilt claim to be the emo REM, although I see neither as valid comparisons in their latest record "Distortion", which is a roller coaster of Americanised rock highs and lows that fits in well with the current music industry trends. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/421/ | 298 hits
CD Review: Imogen Heap - Hide And Seek Possible contender for the most innovative songs of the year, Imogen Heap's first single off her new album "Speak for Yourself" is possibly known among many hip, cool and trendy teens as the background music to the last episode of The OC. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/4301/ | 1,724 hits
Live Review: Mr Shiraz Mad. Absolutely bonkers. I've just seen Mr Shiraz play a short 30 set and everyone is bruised and sweating! www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/788/ | 200 hits
Live Review: The Enemy The O2 Academy Leeds is not the most salubrious of venues at the best of times, and it becomes even less so after a bunch of twenty somethings have been moshing and throwing beer around for the best part of an hour. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17079/ | 272 hits
Band Profile: Shockparade Shockparade exist somewhere between the hardest edge of Faithless, Underworld, Leftfield and the uplifting beauty of Sigur Ros played by Doves in the "Madchester" era. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13398/ | 142 hits
CD Review: Finka - The Whistleblower EP If there was any evidence needed that unsigned local music is thriving in the UK then here's another example. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3440/ | 797 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/ | 193 hits
Live Review: Tall Ships + Dad Rocks! + Beware Wolf From the unsuspecting exterior of Brudenell, which lays within the hub of student life, gives no better indicator to where the vibrant math rock sounds of Tall Ships will be emanating from tonight. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17095/ | 247 hits
CD Review: Hands On The Stereo - Teamwork Makes The Dream Work Hands On The Stereo might not be a household name on these shores just yet, but there's more than enough evidence on this 5-track EP to suggest that this might not be the shape of things to come for the New Jersey quintet. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/15669/ | 166 hits
Band Profile: Sweep The Leg Johnny Sweep the Leg Johnny were a Chicago-based post rock band from the late 1990s. The name comes from a line in the film Karate Kid. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/4953/ | 195 hits