Search for satellite performed on Tuesday, 31st March 2015.


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Band Profile: Third Stone Satellite
indie rock | 728 hits
News Article: Third Stone Satellite voted Band of the Month for November 2003...
Third Stone Satellite were voted Band of the Month for November 2003 by members of | 274 hits
Band Profile: Thinktank
Proggy guitar riffs, noisy pedals and reverb. All the reverbs. | 59 hits
Band Profile: Hopesfall
Hopesfall was a melodic hardcore / post-hardcore band from Charlotte, North Carolina formed in 1998. They were signed to Trustkill Records. | 257 hits
News Article: Leeds-based Sky channel Propeller TV is looking for your music videos
Dedicated to showcasing new film and music talent across the UK and Europe, the Leeds-based 'not for profit' TV channel Propeller TV has announced it is looking for music videos from the local area. | 909 hits
Band Profile: Micah P Hinson
Micah P. Hinson is a singer/songwriter from Abilene, Texas with a warm, husky voice. His music has an americana/alternative country slant, with hints of gospel and blues. | 329 hits
CD Review: Luke Hirst - The Bedroom Budget Demos
The clue is in the title and should carry the sub-clause "Therefore all erratic production and lo-fi levels are automatically forgiven", got it? | 340 hits
News Article: Party In The Park 2005 to be screened live on LIVINGtv...
This year's Party In The Park - to take place at Temple Newsam over three hours on the afternoon of Sunday, 17th July - will be screened live on national TV. | 2,937 hits
Band Profile: POD
P.O.D. (Payable On Death) is an American alternative rock/rapcore/metal band formed in 1992 in San Diego, California. | 234 hits
Band Profile: Jets Overhead
Since forming Jets Overhead in 2003, this five piece from Victoria, BC has mesmerized crowds at home and abroad with their hypnotic take on trance rock. | 144 hits
CD Review: Daniel Pearson - Satellites
Listening to Daniel Pearson's debut Satellites doesn't feel like listening to a debut at all. The world is hardly short of acoustic singer-songwriters, but Satellites gets a lot right to make it a stand-out record in an oversubscribed playing field. | 269 hits
Live Review: Novacain + Mir + Infinitum + Loco
Lock & Load returns to the Rocket Venue on a Sunday night, with promoter John Trueman brining four Leeds bands to the 60 or so visitors to the proceedings. | 309 hits
CD Review: The Start - Untitled
The first thing that hits me about The Start is the female vocalist. She (Aimee Echo) has a very distinctive voice that you'll either love or find that it grates you, ever so slightly. | 210 hits
Band Profile: Le Blorr
Le Blorr is a psychedelic rock band from Satellite Beach, FL, United States. Forming in 2008, they started to emerge in 2010 with their debut EP, Bim Bom EP, promoting genres such as blues, jazz, bossanova, psychedelia, and dance. | 41 hits
CD Review: Diamond Rugs - Diamond Rugs
For their eponymous début Diamond Rugs, six different guys from five different bands come together to make one hell of a record. | 296 hits
CD Review: Daniel Pearson - Satellites
Debut full-length from Leeds-based singer-songwriter Daniel Pearson is a predominantly alt-country record, which occasionally uses dual vocals and electric guitars to bring some variety to an album that isn't content to just churn out acoustic ditties. | 772 hits
Live Review: Bad Beat Revue
There are about a dozen people in the room but I think somebody has forgotten to tell Bad Beat Revue's front man. | 1,866 hits
News Article: Line up announced for British Wildlife Festival in March 2012
In the early hours of this morning, we announced via our advent calendar the first wave of artists playing the upcoming British Wildlife Festival. | 726 hits
News Article: 28-track Doot Doot Recordings compilation album available on free download
A free download of the compilation album "Gone to See the Birds and the Trees" is now available. The compilation has been put together by Doot Doot Recordings and features 28 tracks from a non definitive selection of musicians with links to the Leeds LS6 DIY scene. | 502 hits
Band Profile: Clocks
Clocks are four young men who formed their band at the turn of the 21st Century in the sleepy London satellite town of Epsom (obviously not a renowned rock'n'roll Valhalla) - think of the commuter-belt lifestyle that a young Paul Weller so eloquently caricatured in The Jam's seminal 'Mr Clean' and you wouldn't be far wrong... | 210 hits
Live Review: Mir + Steward + Farming Incident
Tonight brings together three fine, but different, bands for a Satellite magazine special at the Royal Park Cellars, and by the end of the night a decent sized audience has gathered, perhaps 50 or so, to see the headline act of Mir. | 321 hits
Band Profile: The Start
theSTART is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1998. Their current lineup includes Aimee Echo, Jamie Miller, Lance Webber and Chelsea Davis. | 138 hits
Band Profile: Taproot
Hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Taproot formed in late 1997, and has toured with Deftones, Sevendust, Incubus, and Korn. | 219 hits
Band Profile: Kurtis Blow
Curtis "Kurtis Blow" Walker, (born on August 9, 1959, in Harlem, New York) is one of the pioneer rappers in the recording industry, and hip hop's first mainstream star. | 161 hits
Live Review: Napoleon IIIrd + O Fracas + Middleman + Micky P Kerr
The Engine Room's fourth birthday celebrations were always going to be something special. The Brudenell Social Club was absolutely heaving, filled with many a familiar face from Leeds' bands. | 1,280 hits
CD Review: Metric - Fantasies
'Fantasies,' the fourth full-length from Metric opens with recent single 'Help I'm Alive,' which sets the tone for the rest of the album with its blend of rock, indie and electro. | 507 hits
Band Profile: The Dykeenies
The Dykeenies are an art pop four piece named after the race of creatures from the movie "Willow". Hailing from the Glaswegian satellite town of Cumbernauld, they comprise of two brothers - Brian (vocals/synths), and Andrew Henderson (bass) - and two childhood friends, Steven Ramsay (guitar) and John Kerr (drums), all aged between 20 and 25. | 608 hits
Band Profile: Mercury Rev
Mercury Rev is an American rock music group, that formed in 1989 in Buffalo, New York. Original personnel were David Baker (vocals), Jonathan Donahue (vocals, guitars), Sean "Grasshopper" Mackowiak (guitars, clarinet), Suzanne Thorpe (flute), Dave Fridmann (bass) and Jimy Chambers (drums). | 272 hits
Live Review: Towers Of London + The Tommys
Oi, Arctic Monkeys fans, listen up! Whether you like it or not, we're gonna flood your marketplace with THIS!! | 882 hits
Band Profile: Takota
Once upon a time, rocknroll was limitless, passionate, and beautiful. It wasn't distracted with the battles of style vs. | 177 hits
Band Profile: The Virginmarys
Satellite towns tend to breed big ambitions. Perched on the hills above Manchester, Macclesfield's principle claim to fame comes in the cult of Ian Curtis. | 88 hits
CD Review: The Get Up Kids - There Are Rules
Pete Wentz once said that if it weren't for the band The Get Up Kids, then Fall Out Boy would never have even formed. | 430 hits
Band Profile: Sigue Sigue Sputnik
Sigue Sigue Sputnik is a British Pop-cyberpunk band that achieved moderate fame in the mid- to late 1980s, when the song Love Missile F1-11 hit the pop charts around the world. | 733 hits
Band Profile: Eddie Vedder
Eddie Vedder (born Edward Louis Seversen III on 23 December 1964) is the lead singer and lyricist for the band Pearl Jam. | 239 hits
Band Profile: Flood Of Red
Flood Of Red formed in Airdrie, a satellite town twelve miles east of Glasgow in 2004. Starting out as a trio who met via school and the local skate scene, they soon expanded to a sextet. | 389 hits
Live Review: Fossil Collective + David Henshaw
The first of many highlights last night was a stunning solo set by David Henshaw. Performing without the help of band mates or compadre Joseph Lawrenson, David set the scene for an intimate and stripped-back evening with an affably humble charm. | 1,290 hits
Feature: The StrangeForms Interviews: Civil Protection
Stewart from Bad Owl Presents caught up with Joshua, Kenny and Nathan from Civil Protection ahead of their StrangeForms appearance. | 269 hits
Feature: Advent Calendar: 8th December
Day 8 of LMS's Advent Calendar 2011. | 504 hits
Band Profile: Arctic Monkeys
Arctic Monkeys are: Alex Turner: guitar, vocals Jamie Cook: guitar Andy Nicholson: bass Matt Helders: drums Maybe you're about to read this and find out about a band called Arctic Monkeys. | 11,574 hits
CD Review: Fossil Collective - Let It Go
2011 ended in fine style for Fossil Collective with time spent recording at Vale Studios and finding a suitable stable for their music by signing to Dirty Hit. | 1,432 hits
Band Profile: Jane's Addiction
Jane's Addiction is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California formed in 1986. They dissolved in 1991, but briefly returned to tour in 1997 and subsequently vanished shortly thereafter. | 183 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... | 1,980 hits
Band Profile: Feeder
Feeder are an award-winning Welsh rock band that formed in Newport, Wales in 1992. With the lead single "Buck Rogers" from their 2001 album Echo Park, Feeder entered the mainstream, around a time manufactured pop was frequently dominating the top 10. | 596 hits

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