Search for tempting kate performed on Saturday, 25th May 2013.
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CD Review: Tempting Kate - Falling Off Buildings The latest release, "Falling Off Buildings", has confirmed my faith in the ability of Leeds/Stirling outfit Tempting Kate to knock out some excellent indie guitar-pop songs. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/23/ | 246 hits
CD Review: Tempting Kate - Last Change Tempting Kate are a band that play exciting pop punky stuff. And I don't mean the kind that is plugged away on mtv2 all the time, I mean up tempo rock songs with powerful vocals and real melody. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/248/ | 208 hits
Live Review: Tempting Kate + Jon Does + Acacia Avenue Before we get stuck into the review I feel it's necessary to have a whinge. Stealthman were supposed to be playing tonight but unfortunately the landlord decided to be a prick and ban them from the venue due to them being under-age, after they had lugged all their gear in and sound checked. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9832/ | 263 hits
CD Review: Tempting Kate - Demonstrations Two words: Unlucky & Resilient....for if you are to make it in this business you must expect the former and master the latter. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/119/ | 351 hits
CD Review: Tempting Kate - Waiting For Nothing Three-piece Tempting Kate are a Scotland-based band with a Garforth contact address - drummer Paul is from Leeds - but even the most tenuous Leeds-link is acceptable as far as I am concerned because these guys have sent me a top-class CD with four excellent guitar-pop tracks. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/160/ | 230 hits
Live Review: Novacain + Kenosha With the withdrawal of Tempting Kate from proceedings, tonight's Futuresound heat has a delayed late, which means by the time Kenosha arrive on stage there's for once a decent if not huge crowd in attendance. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/834/ | 289 hits
CD Review: Garon Shark - Mods N Rockers Garon Shark are a young rock'n'roll four-piece from Huddersfield (what is it with that town?) I'm very impressed with their three-track offering, which suggests a band influenced by a variety of rock bands and styles and showcases an ability to write some excellent songs yet leaving enough room for improvement (without it being an insult to say so). www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/56/ | 460 hits
Live Review: Asomvel + Dillseed + Flesh Engine For one night only, The Fenton was quite possibly the heaviest building on Planet Earth. Last night we had pop-rock masterpieces from Tempting Kate, but tonight in The Fenton we have metal at its heaviest. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9838/ | 295 hits