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Band Profile: Actorsman
indie alternative | 373 hits
News Article: Goodbye Chanel release video for 'Foreva'
Goodbye Chanel have been causing a bit of a stir on the music scene, after one of their songs featured on the popular TV show, Made In Chelsea and the Made in Chelsea official phone App. | 240 hits
Band Profile: King Nothing
If your not a member of the denim cut off, shoulder-length hair & patterned bandana club. King Nothing wont lure you into the fold. For anyone who likes their rock more over-the-top than Rikki Rocket's hairdos, this'll go down better than Jack! | 930 hits
Band Profile: Death Of Narnia
hardcore metal | 2,505 hits
CD Review: John Parkes - 5 Acoustic Songs
I pray to the sweet Lord that the cover of this CD is supposed to be ironic; perhaps it's a nod to the current 80's rock revival. | 439 hits
CD Review: Simple Kid - The Average Man
Very rough and raw sounding (we even get a little laugh left in the vocal track) this a Dylan-esque little ditty that's verses are stronger than it's chorus. | 343 hits
CD Review: Buen Chico - The stylish new sounds of...
Every so often something special comes along, something really special. Buen Chico: local laidback teenagers that created a stir of late by recording an amazing demo before sitting back to watch the labels buzz around them with avid interest and intent. | 626 hits
Band Profile: The Humour
Pop Rock | 2,189 hits
CD Review: Wild Beasts - Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyants
It would be wholly unfair to say that the stir Wild Beasts have been causing on the Leeds scene of late was entirely down to the fact that they have a lead singer with one of the most unusual vocal styles around. | 459 hits
Band Profile: Golden Silvers
Ben Moorhouse, Gwilym Gold and Alexis Nunez formed Golden Silvers in 2007. The London based trio have been described by Time Out magazine as "[an] infectious, oddly futuristic mix of Blockheads, of Montreal and doo wop". | 197 hits
News Article: Leeds band secure 'Single of the Week' on iTunes USA
Leeds band Vib Gyor released their debut album 'We Are Not An Island' on May 25th 2009 as an exclusive download with iTunes USA. | 527 hits
Live Review: Lily Allen
Lily Allen, the 21 year old daughter of rock and roll legend Keith Allen seems to have caused quite a stir of late and The Faversham buzzed this evening with a sold out crowd comprising of quite a mixed bag of individuals - there were those looking to check out the potential 'next big thing', there were those who were probably fans of her father and saw her mentioned in The Observer, there were minor celebrities (Alex Carter from Emmerdale) and even the odd major one ( Ricky Wilson and Simon Rix of Kaiser Chiefs fame). | 1,030 hits
Band Profile: Liberty Lies
After two years of smoke, the embers are finally bursting into flames. Two years have lead us up to this point. | 81 hits
Live Review: Goldie Lookin' Chain + Marvin The Martian
Marvin The Martian is not how I remember. A tall lad with a look of Peter Kay about him and a small guy with a towel rap incoherent pap over a mixture of samples from a kid-like DJ, though you can not make them out. | 1,724 hits
News Article: Leeds bands line up to support Refuse Collectors at benefit gig and rally
For the past 6 weeks Leeds city refuge collectors have been on strike, and on Sunday, 18th October musicians and comedians from Leeds (and beyond!) are gathering at the O2 Academy venue in Leeds to cause a stir and let the powers that be know the terms offered to the men and women that keep are city clean are not OK. | 868 hits
News Article: Leeds band Superpowerless scoop another award
Leeds based electro artist Superpowerless has reached number one on the YouTube Spotlight Video chart after receiving 12,000 views in 24 hours. | 523 hits
Band Profile: The Blood Arm
Formed in LA in 2002, The Blood Arm quickly grew into one of the most exciting and dynamic fixtures on the LA music scene and in May 2004, they were nominated for Best New Artist at the LA Weekly Music Awards. | 418 hits
News Article: Black Moth release debut album on Monday
Those dark noise destroyers from Leeds, known as Black Moth, have been causing a bit of a stir recently with 'Chicken Shit' the giveaway taster for their upcoming debut album. | 551 hits
Band Profile: SBTRKT
SBTRKT is Aaron Jerome, a producer based in London. Graciously allowing the music to speak for itself - even going to the length of performing behind a mask every time he plays out. | 105 hits
CD Review: Hope of the States - Nehemiah
If you have witnessed Hope of the States live, you will picture the look of concentration and dreamy intent on Sam Herlihy's face as he repeatedly snaps a plectrum back and forth across one beautifully resonant guitar string. | 583 hits
CD Review: Smilex - Mystique / Sex 4 Sale
Smilex are from Oxford. They're inventive and spirited and should do a fizzing stir-fry of set at the Royal Park Cellars when they come to Leeds on November 1st. | 2,214 hits
CD Review: Samsa - Untitled
Following on from a whole album full of stuff back in 2002, Samsa are back in the hunt with a three track EP that comfortably fulfills the promise of the best stuff on that first expedition. | 375 hits
Band Profile: The Chalets
The Chalets caused quite a stir in the Irish music scene, winning rave reviews and packing out venues. | 6,110 hits
CD Review: Mickey Charbagz - Untitled
Irish Ratbag Mickey Charbagaz resides round these parts, he touts his wares on myspace, has lots of cuties leave messages of love and adoration and he looks rock and roll... | 427 hits
Live Review: Animal Collective + Dent May
On the back of a record cited by some critics as "one of the greatest from the last decade", it's easy to see why Animal Collective's 4th date in Leeds (in as many years) is the most hotly anticipated. | 604 hits
Band Profile: If I Were King
If I Were King are a six-piece group hailing from Halifax and Huddersfield who formed in 2004. Radio One recently commented that the band 'combine three-part vocal harmonies, dynamic guitars, keyboards, violin, bass and drums to create intriguing pop sensibilities'. | 749 hits
CD Review: White Denim - Workout Holiday
Workout Holiday is a collection of re-recorded songs from the first two EPs by White Denim. This ramshackle three-piece from Austin have been causing a bit of a stir of late, and on this evidence it's fairly easy to see what the fuss is about. | 388 hits
Live Review: I Was A Cub Scout + Rolo Tomassi + Data.Select.Party
Entering the Cockpit, immediately I am aware of the amount of people here already, at this sold out show, in time for the first support act Data.Select.Party. | 459 hits
Band Profile: Heart In Hand
Heart In Hand are a melodic hardcore band from the south coast of the United Kingdom, mixing furious hardcore with crushing breakdowns and emotional lyrical content, Having formed in late 2008 Heart In Hand have achieved so much in such a short space of time, all the hard work and determination have paid off, supporting heavyweight bands such as For The Fallen Dreams, Dead Swans, Carpathian and Gallows to name a few, also they have toured with top UK bands such as TRC, Lower Than Atlantis and have also smashed a full month long UK and European tour with US Melodic Hardcore Legends It Prevails. | 371 hits
CD Review: Mr Lilter - Talk The Talk
There's something instantly familiar about opening track 'Chloe'. It took me a while to figure out what it was and then it suddenly hit me. | 363 hits
Live Review: Lorimer + Kenosha + sammyUSA
Despite some speculation as to the true identity of The Rebellion Threat Kills, tonight's mysterious support band, it's clear that much of the enthusiastic audience at the sold-out Pack Horse venue were given a tip-off that Sammy USA were the act in question. | 392 hits
Live Review: A Silver Mt. Zion + Little Wings
It's sold out tonight at this tiny venue, which comes as a pleasant surprise considering these bands get very little coverage this side off the Atlantic and tonight's gig kicks of with Little Wings. | 927 hits
Interview: Mew
Ben Daure caught up with Bo Madsen from Mew after their recent show at Leeds' Cockpit venue... | 1,618 hits
CD Review: The Somatics - Did You Ever Love Me?
A phone call from a middleman brought about a nocturnal meeting at The Somatics' Attic Studio on the high ground of west Leeds, where three levels of concrete stairway led to a warm welcome, and to brief but wide-ranging conversation (Gershwin, the Borderline, King Crimson, the Summer weather of 1928). | 618 hits
CD Review: The 1975 - Untitled
The 1975, indie-alternative band released their self-titled album in September 2013, but they are still creating a stir with their upbeat electro, pop-rock sound. | 446 hits
Band Profile: Vib Gyor
indie rock | 7,994 hits
Band Profile: A Place To Bury Strangers
A Place to Bury Strangers are a power trio comprised of Oliver Ackermann (guitar/vocals), Dion Lunadon (bass) and Jay Space (drums). | 237 hits
Live Review: DC66 + Skank Agenda + Jesus and his Judgemental Father
The Bad Brains evening at Carpe Diem is one of the most under-appreciated alternative evenings in the local live calendar. | 599 hits
Band Profile: Meet Me In Vegas
We are Meet Me In Vegas, creators of the 'Splash Pop' genre which we brought to the streets back in June 2008. | 696 hits
Band Profile: Greg Dulli
Greg Dulli (born May 11, 1965) is a singer and instrumentalist. Dulli was born and brought up in a working-class suburb of Hamilton, Ohio. | 213 hits
News Article: West Yorkshire / Bradford Unsigned CDs make a splash at SXSW 2007 in Texas
Huddersfield's Timeless Music Project is set to make another regional stir at the prestigious SXSW 2007 music conference in Austin, Texas later this month, as they once again take Yorkshire music, bands and labels across the globe. | 974 hits
Live Review: King Prawn + Whitmore + Not Katies + Fletcher + Mr Shiraz + Sonic Boom Six
This long awaited punk festival finally arrives in Leeds, but not to the punters' disapproval. With doors opening at four, most people are expecting local band, 25th Cock (as Rich from Not Katies informs me) to be arriving on stage soon, but instead they don't even bother to turn up. | 684 hits
CD Review: Tinariwen - Imidiwan
As a fan of all things musical I have always found Tinariwen an interesting musical vessel; a group of nomadic Touareg tribe members swapping guns for guitars to spread messages through music. | 258 hits
Band Profile: Resonance
Resonance, Fouad - Rhythm Guitar John - Bass Jonny - Lead Vocal Mark - Drums and Backing Vocals Sean - Lead Guitar and Rhythm Guitar "Resonance is a great name for the band, big sound, big energy, you are Resonance and need to be on a big stage..." Alan Raw (BBC Radio DJ) "'Shaman' is the standout track displaying their ability to write catchy numbers which also showcase all five members' respective talents. | 754 hits
Band Profile: Lynchpin
There are 3 bands with the name Lynchpin. 1. Originally formed in 1995, the first band named Lynchpin was a five-piece from Rhode Island, which, according to Rhapsody, played "freaked-out emo songs" that "twitch and flail from the sonic intensity of their guitar-and-drum convergence. | 684 hits
Live Review: What The Night Brings + Our People Versus Yours + Walk Away From Pain + ExistImmortal
It would be generous to describe tonight's crowd as 'sparse', because in reality the Black Bull is more like 'desolate' this evening. | 344 hits
CD Review: Dry the River - Shallow Bed
Stir fry for dinner tonight which no matter how many times I make it, never tastes the same twice. Maybe the ginger will rule tonight, or the garlic will conquer all. | 768 hits
Live Review: Doctor Dot + Films + Giraffey Fantastic + Benedict Blakey + Soulmates Never Die
Describing himself as 'the aural equivalent of a big bowl of ricicles' Joshua Lewis AKA Soulmates Never Die kicks off the evening with a well constructed acoustic folk set. | 449 hits
Band Profile: Warpaint
Warpaint is a psychedelic rock band which formed in 2004 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The band consists of Jenny Lee Lindberg (vocals, bass), Emily Kokal (vocals, guitar), Theresa Wayman (vocals, guitar) and Stella Mozgawa (drums). | 161 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... | 531 hits
Live Review: Miranda Versus The Crok + Arthur Rigby & The Baskervylles + Hunting Bears + Tag-Team Preacher
Tag-Team Preacher open the sold out 360 night with an energetic feel good set sounding at times like the illicit lovechild of the Manic Street Preachers and Alison Krauss. | 579 hits
Live Review: Beautiful Feet + Moses + Mabel Blue
I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking that as much as anything else when it comes to gigs, the 'flow' of an evening's entertainment is as important as the quality of the music in catching and holding people's attention. | 407 hits
Live Review: sammyUSA + Overseer + Kaiser Chiefs
What once was Parva is now The Kaiser Chiefs. With a brand new set and a brand new sound the band introduce their new selves to us with "Less Is More". | 2,273 hits
Interview: The Romance
The Romance are a four piece band tired of being compared to Arctic Monkeys; "If you're from the North they compare you to Arctic Monkeys, if you're Southern it's The Libertines. It's just lazy journalism". Charlotte Oxnard chats to the band to find out more... | 1,565 hits
Live Review: The Thermals + Downdime + Pavilion
A cold, dark and blustery Monday night in Leeds must have seemed like a million miles from Portland, Oregon but The Thermals did everything in their power to warm it up and a half full Joseph's Well was certainly appreciative. | 510 hits
Band Profile: Jens Lekman
Jens Martin Lekman (born February 6, 1981 in Angered, Sweden) is a Swedish pop musician residing in Melbourne, Australia. | 225 hits
CD Review: The Trophy Cabinet - The First Xi
The Colour Blind James Experience, Robyn Hitchcock, Lloyd Cole, New Order, Edwyn Collins, Blue Nile, Yo La Tengo, Sin Ropas, Cosmic Rough Riders, Gorky's Zygotic Mynci. | 521 hits
Live Review: Amycanbe + Silent Movie Stars + Sonic Sniper
Upon arriving at the pub, I purchased the usual pint of wife-beater and made my way down stairs. Sitting down in the rather empty basement room I was surprised that the first band was not already on. | 520 hits
Band Profile: Poison the Well
Poison the Well is an experimental post-hardcore band from Miami, Florida that formed in 1997. They are currently signed to Ferret Records. | 282 hits
Live Review: Angelo Palladino + Jon Gomm
What do you do when none of your mates will go to a gig with you? When Jon Gomm is on the bill, you go on your own! | 1,082 hits
Band Profile: My Bloody Valentine
My Bloody Valentine are a shoegaze band formed in late 1983 in Dublin, Ireland. The band's best known lineup is Kevin Shields (vocals, guitar), Bilinda Butcher (vocals, guitar), Debbie Googe (bass) and Colm O'Ciosoig (drums). | 53 hits
Live Review: Nutty Skunk + Offramp + Kaylium + Kanuba
The first band to be showcased were York-based Kanuba, a fresh-faced quartet whose funk-rock billing doesn't really reflect their versatility and ability to cause a stir with some heavy beats and bass lines. | 1,140 hits
CD Review: The Dykeenies - New Ideas
To release this double A side at any other time of the year than sweltering July would have been highly foolish. | 1,661 hits
Live Review: Unfolds + The Scaramanga Six + The International Karate Plus
It seems every student in Leeds has fucked off back to their Southern mansions (your loyal correspondent excluded). | 646 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? | 578 hits
CD Review: Crystal Stilts - In Love with Oblivion
Brooding Brooklyn-based quintuplet Crystal Stilts made waves in 2008 with their debut album 'Alight of Night.' The group attracted acclaim from critics who complimented their downbeat lyrical subject matter, brusque guitar sound and reverb-heavy production. | 324 hits
Interview: Wall Street Riots
Charlie from Wall Street Riots speaks with Leeds Music Scene | 783 hits
Interview: Cobra Starship
Back in the UK for a handful of live shows, Cobra Starship are constantly on the rise. With their new album due out this month, I caught up with bassist, Alex Suarez, before their gig in Leeds. | 1,342 hits
Live Review: That Fucking Tank + Stateless + The Davinas
Tonight, in drizzly Pennine country with sleep in its bleary eyes and grit on its railtracks, we wander into this cornerhouse bar to find a large number of children onstage barely out of Huggies and totting up, I estimate, a grand total of four and a half years of age between them. | 1,453 hits
Live Review: Noah and the Whale + Deftones + Cerebral Ballzy + The Computers + Circles
It may be early in the day but at the BBC introducing stage there is a decent turn out for local lads Circles. | 532 hits
News Article: Jumbo Records - Local Pick of the Month for October 2014
The lovely boys at Jumbo Records have been really busy with the influx of students that hit our city for the start of the new academic year, but Matt Bradshaw still had time to put together the best of the local artists' recent releases, for the month of October. | 369 hits
CD Review: Joseph & David - Rise Up The Sun
For a few days now I've been promising myself a night of listening to music just for the hell of it. It's been a while (at least a week) since I delved through the collection to rediscover a forgotten gem, trawled the web to find something new, or indulged in a spot of nostalgia via a certain video-sharing website. | 1,075 hits
Live Review: Heart In Hand + The Eyes Of A Traitor + Martyr Defiled + Demoraliser + Carcer City
It's gutting to see that The Well is, at best, half full for tonight, not just because this show features 5 of the best up-and-coming heavy bands the UK has to offer, but because all this available to you for a mere six pounds. | 579 hits
Live Review: Black Wire + The Bilderberg Group + The Pistol Apostles
Your correspondent is tired and weary, drowning in a sea of hipsters, trying not to booze due to previous late messy night après gig and "advancing years". | 866 hits
Live Review: The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart + Sivu + Drowners + The Bohicas + Dolomite Minor + Billie Marten + The Royal Concept
The Royal Concept (Festival Republic Stage) are an electro-pop act from Sweden who by their own humble admission have had 'absolutely no success' in the UK and as a result this is their first festival appearance in these isles or, as singer David Larson puts it, Leeds Festival is stealing the band's virginity. | 405 hits
Live Review: Waking the Witch + Gallo
No it's not the Onion Cellar, though you'd be excused for referencing that particular venue. However, the grass is, indeed, green(ish), unlike The New Roscoe's shiny brass which is busy reflecting the populating of here, and the faces of solitary guys, with an honest lustre, (that match-making call was a good one). | 1,424 hits
Live Review: Foo Fighters + Trash Talk + Mark Lanegan + Crooked Tongues + Pulled Apart by Horses
Since forming in 2008 Pulled Apart by Horses have built a formidable live reputation, playing several times on the various stages across the dual sites working their way up to today's billing. | 736 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Album Of The Year 2009
When reviewing each year in music, it's often difficult to pinpoint exact albums that represent the year best. | 1,684 hits
Live Review: Bury Your Dead + Your Demise + Bury Tomorrow + Viatrophy + Heart Of A Coward + Annotations Of An Autopsy + Ingested + Breaking Point + Martyr Defiled + Demoraliser + Broken Teeth
Featuring more breakdowns than the M1 and more stretchers than you could shake several sticks at, Ghostfest has once again descended upon the city of Leeds to lay waste to the University for the weekend; featuring a massive 32 bands spread over 2 days, there is, simply put, no better festival out there for fans of hardcore and metalcore. | 766 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. | 1,195 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. | 1,177 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - NME The Album 2009
The press release that accompanies this two disco compilation gives NME the moniker of "the pioneers of all things cool" before promising us an album that "has its finger on the pulse, so you don't have to!" It couldn't possibly be any clearer that this is an album for people who see a band on the front cover of NME, and then spend the next week enthusing about the greatness of said band, regardless of whether they like them or not. | 1,369 hits

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