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News Article: The Rosie Taylor Project release new single 'Every Morning'
'Every Morning' is the new single from the recent album from The Rosie Taylor Project entitled 'Twin Beds'. | 229 hits
Band Profile: Morning Lane
Having followed up their hugely successful launch of EP Just So You Know at 100 Club with an equally successful release of their single She Dancer, Morning Lane continue to work hard on new material as well as fine-tuning the already tight live show. | 188 hits
CD Review: Brightblack Morning Light - s/t
The product of two Alabama musicians; Nathan Shineywater and Rachael Hughes, Brightblack Morning Light's self-titled record was astonishingly recorded during a period of homelessness - living in tents within a National Park just north of San Francisco. | 268 hits
Band Profile: Morning Sparks
We do not have a biography for Morning Sparks. | 120 hits
Band Profile: Morning Bride
We do not have a biography for Morning Bride. | 49 hits
Band Profile: The Morning Benders
The Morning Benders is a band from Berkeley, California, formed in 2005, consisting of Julian Harmon, Tim Or, Jonathan Chu, and Christopher Chu. | 106 hits
Band Profile: My Morning Jacket
My Morning Jacket is a rock band which formed in 1998 in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. The band consists of Jim James (vocals, guitar), Carl Broemel (guitar), "Two Tone" Tommy Blankenship (bass), Bo Koster (keyboards) and Patrick Hallahan (drums). | 204 hits
News Article: Riverbank Morning Circus voted Band of the Month for September 2003...
Riverbank Morning Circus were voted Band of the Month for September 2003 by members of | 177 hits
Band Profile: Morning Runner
Morning Runner (2003-2007) were an alternative rock band from Reading, England. They released one album, Wilderness Is Paradise Now, following top 20 single "Burning Benches", before their split in late 2007 due to commercial pressures from their record label, Parlophone. | 373 hits
News Article: Downdime release their second single - "Hate The Morning" - on Squirrel Records
Leeds' Downdime have released their second single on the Squirrel Records label. The 7" - titled "Hate The Morning" - comes backed with "Joanne" and is available at Jumbo, Rough Trade and Piccadilly Records (Manchester) or via mail-order at the Squirrel Records website. | 280 hits
Live Review: Stephen Fretwell + Morning Runner + Jody Wildgoose
In a modern world where singersongwriters are hotter than ever, unfortunately the bland James Blunt and beautiful Daniel Powter rule the airwaves. | 594 hits
CD Review: James Vincent McMorrow - Early In the Morning
Dublin born James Vincent McMorrow seems to be slowly and steadily making a name for himself, gaining recognition that he most definitely deserves. | 386 hits
CD Review: Pure Reason Revolution - The Bright Ambassadors of Morning
Sounding like the first half of someone's album, Pure Reason Revolution have quite an ambitious single here. | 819 hits
CD Review: Morning Sparks - Look!
Receiving an EP from a band that lists influences ranging from Radiohead to Jeff Buckley to Nirvana, I had no idea what would greet me when I started listening. | 292 hits
CD Review: My Morning Jacket - Sweatbees EP
Ok, lets get it out of the way. The Flaming Lips. There, I said it. It's something My Morning Jacket are going to have to live with; people will always make comparisons. | 416 hits
Band Profile: Brightblack Morning Light
Brightblack Morning Light was started by Nathan "Nabob" Shineywater (guitars, vocals) and Rachael "Rabob" or "Rabinyah" Hughes (Fender Rhodes, vocals), two childhood friends from Alabama who played one of their earliest shows (under the name Rainywood) for 15 people at a benefit for the Alabama Green Party in 2001. | 170 hits
Live Review: Morning Bride + mesmer disciples + Sniffs
Anyone turning up expecting verse-chorus-verse or a well-signalled chord change or two from Sniffs would be in for a shock. | 409 hits
Live Review: Morning Lane + The Motorettes + Clown Around Town
With the gloom of winter still maintaining its depressing stranglehold, a night of typically eclectic ensembles at Josephs Well is the only beacon of light on a bitter Monday night. | 615 hits
Interview: Tiffany Page
Joseph Seager had a chat with Tiffany Page early one morning. | 561 hits
Band Profile: Riverbank Morning Circus
prog jazz experimental | 375 hits
Band Profile: Good Morning Neverland
A band on a mission to drink milkshakes and then rule the world... and we've just finished our milkshakes | 137 hits
CD Review: The Hours - See The Light
"Ok lads, we've all had a few drinks, let's not do anything you're gonna regret in the morning, yes, those lyrics you've written on the back of the beer mat are uplifting in an, it'll be ok, the lights in all of us, the sun's gonna shine, vaguely spiritual kind of way and the music has an epic sweep and grandeur without there actually being any hint of a tune or melody in there, but really, do you want to turn over in the morning and find out you've brought home something sounding like the Verve on a bad day, that is, really bad, and yes it does kind of sound like something that Match of the Day might have rejected in favour of U2's It's a Beautiful Day but put the guitars down and walk away, let's all go home, remember to drink plenty of water, get some rest and think about what's happened here today". | 355 hits
Band Profile: The Rhubarb Triangle
Formed In early 2011 after band break ups, late night/early morning 'sessions', mutual love for old vinyl records and far out fashion. | 234 hits
CD Review: Kings of Leon - Youth and Young Manhood
Three sons of a preacher (and their cousin) from America's deep south, all with snake hips, long hair, thick fringes, flares and most importantly (gasp) beards! | 466 hits
News Article: London for Cor Amor
Cor Amor have been selected by the production team at Sky1 to audition for their new talent search show "Must Be The Music". | 389 hits
News Article: Embrace to release "Looking As You Are" on February 14th...
Embrace are to release "Looking As You Are", the third single from their Number One and Platinum-selling album "Out Of Nothing". | 488 hits
News Article: Cor Amor Answer YOUR Questions!
Morning All!! All this week Cor Amor have been answering the questions you asked them! Acouple of weeks ago they asked for questions from YOU! | 183 hits
News Article: Local music on the agenda at Ridings FM
Radio station Ridings FM is extending its work to support up-and-coming musicians in the local area. The station launched in 1999 and covers Wakefield and the surrounding area, including Castleford, Pontefract, Featherstone, Normanton and Knottingley. | 299 hits
CD Review: The Knife - Like A Pen
Having not heard a thing from The Knife's latest album, Silent Shout, I'm was intrigued as to what 'Like A Pen' sounded like. | 356 hits
News Article: Embrace to headline Guildford Festival
Embrace have been confirmed to headline the first day at this year's Guildford Festival, which takes place between 14th - 16th July. | 229 hits
News Article: The New Mastersounds to release an album on 29th January
The New Mastersounds release a new album on the One Note Records label on 29th January. The album, entitled '102%', will be available on both CD and LP vinyl formats, and features guest sax and flute player Rob Lavers, who plays on four of the tracks. | 256 hits
News Article: The Music to feature on Channel 4
The Music will be featured in the Channel 4 "4 Play" series this Wednesday night (Thursday morning) at 1.00am. | 293 hits
Band Profile: The Piss Superstition
late night early morning void songs. former NEGATIVE KITE, VIBRACATHEDRAL ORCHESTRA member. The Piss Superstition biography provided by | 127 hits
News Article: Debut EP track from James Owen Fender played on BBC Radio 1
James Owen Fender had his track "Everyday" played by Rob Da Bank on BBC Radio 1 this morning. The track, taken from his debut 4-track E.P "WooF" is scheduled for release on Monday 14th March through Plumpton Presents Records. | 490 hits
News Article: Tickets for Leeds Festival 2012 on sale
Leeds 2012 tickets will go on sale tomorrow morning as part of a month-long pre-sale ending at 6pm on New Years Eve, Saturday, 31st December. | 1,436 hits
News Article: Pin Stripe Tuesday Launch New Single On Love Leeds Radio
Join Love Leeds Radio this Tuesday night at 930 for Musicology as Huddersfield based Pin Stripe Tuesday.launch their double A sided single Morning After/Makeup Stains. | 91 hits
Band Profile: In Between Echoes
In Between Echoes are a 4 piece rock band, gigging and busking in and around Leeds city centre. | 489 hits
Band Profile: The Call
In the autumn of 2005, The Call's début recording 'Push On' was chosen for XFM London Unsigned resulting in the band winning a prime time slot on the Station's Friday morning show. | 368 hits
Live Review: HildaMay + Don Broco
A day of rest was far from what I had on the agenda on this soggy Sunday morning. Nonetheless, the weather wasn't going to bother me. | 308 hits
Band Profile: Moonshot
London based Moonshot (Daniel Kent and Richard Wolfe) combine dark, urban beats with pop melodies to create songs that are challenging yet accessible. | 246 hits
Live Review: Suede
Tonight's gig is like falling back in love with someone who broke your heart, knowing full well they'll only do the same again. | 208 hits
News Article: Tickets for Leeds Festival 2005 available from today...
Avoid disappointment, and buy your ticket for Leeds Festival 2005 now! Mean Fiddler have announced that a limited allocation of tickets, priced at 2004 ticket prices, will go on sale from this morning at 9am until Tuesday 28th September. | 3,033 hits
News Article: Want Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. to play in your tent at Leeds Festival?
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly. is auctioning a breakfast gig at your tent at this year's Leeds festival. The highest bidder on this auction next Friday at 5pm will win the prize. | 1,344 hits
News Article: More bands added to the line up for Leeds Festival 2004...
More bands have been added to the line up for Leeds Festival 2004... Dropkick Murphys play the Main Stage on Friday, along with The Rasmus, Thrice, Yellocard. | 556 hits
CD Review: Shrine - Closer To The Sun
I've never written a review on a Sunday morning whilst still wearing my dressing gown before. Today is the day. | 489 hits
CD Review: The Twilight Sad - Another Bed
With the new album "No One Can Ever Know" being released just in time for their UK tour, on February 6th, The Twilight Sad will be releasing penultimate track "Another Bed" shortly after on February 20th. | 254 hits
Live Review: Sahara Hotnights
Hot they are, night it isn't. Three raven haired and one blonde-haired beauties blowing the hangovers in the crowd away have a fair amount of blokey and Hives fans. | 209 hits
Band Profile: Cavil
Cavil's first releases on Vespertine Records were sparse and delicate instrumentals inspired by a Welsh sea-side resort and the mystery of Cluedo. | 617 hits
News Article: BBC Radio Leeds looking for artists for Live Sessions...
BBC Radio Leeds has been running live acoustic sessions for several weeks, every Sunday morning from 10am til noon on the Diana Luke show. | 762 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2010 official launch to take place at 18:45 on Monday
It's that time of the year again as tomorrow (Monday, 29th March) sees the official launch for Leeds 2010. | 4,307 hits
CD Review: Richard Hawley - Just Like the Rain
Were I an even more cynical individual than I already am, I'd say that the fact that this new countrified release from oft-overlooked former Longpigs guitarist Richard Hawley has been released very close to that Johnny Cash biopic "Walk The Line" coming out at the flicks reeks of more than coincidence. | 305 hits
News Article: An extra 5,000 tickets are granted for the Leeds Festival
Mean Fiddler have today announced that the Licensing Panel of Leeds City Council have granted an increase in the capacity of the Leeds Festival site of 5,000 (to 70,000 weekend and single day ticket holders). | 3,076 hits
News Article: New Year single release for The Music...
On February 17th, The Music will release The Truth Is No Words as the final single to be taken from their gold selling UK debut album. | 290 hits
Band Profile: Northern Glory
'The music scene will do exactly what we tell it to' Adam Russ, Northern Glory | 806 hits
CD Review: The Passing Fancy - On The Road (Norman's Wisdom)
One man and his acoustic guitar! The two tracks on the single disc are the sort that would make you want to frolic through a meadow of flowers, wearing sandals and a tie dye headband. | 326 hits
Live Review: Yuck
On the previous two days my early morning visits to the Radio 1 / NME tent have provided my ears with a bit of a battering, in the best possible way, so on day three of the festival it is a nice change of pace to encounter Yuck's slightly slower paced, harmonious delivery of guitar led, pop-rock. | 379 hits
News Article: Moor Music Festival 2010 dates announced
Details have this week been released for the 6th annual Moor Music Festival, which will take place this year between Thursday 12th and Sunday 15th August 2010. | 810 hits
News Article: More acts named for Leeds Carling Weekend Festival 2003...
More Main Stage, Radio One and Concrete Jungle Stage bands have been announced today for Leeds Festival 2003. | 374 hits
CD Review: V//Formation - Little Heart
Belfast four piece V//Formation haven't just been scouring their computer keyboard for some weird characters that will make their name leap off the page (or annoy reviewers everywhere: see Forward "it's not an 'i' it's an inverted exclamation mark dude" Russia!) Oh no V////////!!!!!formation have also been listening a lot to Placebo, Pixies and JJ72 for it is an ear pleasing blend of the 3 amongst pinches of Interpol and The Walkmen that make up the two songs on this their proper debut. | 358 hits
CD Review: The Twang - Either Way
The Twang burst onto the radar after one of NME's renowned 'adopt a band' schemes and up until now I saw their relationship in the same light as I did with Channel Four and Noel Edmonds, or Pete Wentz and his ego. | 470 hits
Live Review: Placebo
Placebo's gender bending lo-fi pop sounds are still as popular as they ever were and their last record, "Sleeping with Ghosts" quietly sold over 4 million copies. | 562 hits
Live Review: Razorlight
To a backdrop of a velvet curtain and harsh white lighting Johnny Borrell exploded onto the stage. His extremely accomplished voice swept through all our favourites: 'Golden Touch', 'In The Morning', and so on. | 484 hits
News Article: Leeds bands sought for Bramley Carnival 2007
Organisers of the Bramley Carnival 2007 are on the lookout for local bands that would like to appear during the weekend-long summer festivities. | 566 hits
Live Review: Easyworld
Touting hangover - blasting melodic indie-rock, the three immaculately dressed Sussex kids that make up the delectable Easyworld are a brilliant tonic early on Saturday morning. | 205 hits
Band Profile: Jonquil
Jonquil is an alternative / tropical pop band. They formed in Oxford by (then) 20-year-old multi-instrumentalist / songwriter Hugo Manuel in an attempt to flesh out what was initially a bedroom recording project. | 395 hits
CD Review: Id Guinness - Cure For The Common Crush
Id Guinness is a Canadian singer-songwriter who has put together a really interesting album that is heavily influenced by 70's artists like Roxy Music and Pink Floyd. | 448 hits
Band Profile: Ugly Bloke
Music available here and here "what I see is what you get" and "I'm here to enjoy life what ever it gives or may throw at me" | 426 hits
CD Review: Cartwheel - Man: In Love With Machine
With a name better suited to a lumbering set of Creation Records shoe-gazers circa 1993, imagine the surprise to find sweet tinged electronica drifting from the speakers. | 599 hits
CD Review: The Thrills - Teenager
The Thrills' latest album "Teenager" is an album filled with their trademark sounds. Songs "The Midnight Choir" and "Nothing Changes Around Here" both rely on the tried and trusted formula of early hit "Santa Fe", but they are also the standout tracks. | 338 hits
Band Profile: Look See Proof
LOOK SEE PROOF were brothers David and Lee Sells (lead vocals & bass / vocals & guitar respectively), Jason Slender (guitar) Jonny Harry (vocals & drums) and Jaime Randall (vocals and keys) Tigertrap Records first stumbled across LOOK SEE PROOF in The Bedford Angel on a particularly drizzly May Friday evening and were blown away by their mod-tinged exuberance, their bold yet insanely catchy melodies and inspired 3-part harmonies. | 357 hits
Band Profile: Sparkadia
Sparkadia is the project of alternative pop musician Alexander Burnett. Originally a band, Sparkadia formed in Sydney, Australia, in 2004. | 312 hits
Band Profile: The Hussy's
The Hussy's are a 5 piece indie pop band from Glasgow. They were formed by the former frontman of The Supernaturals, James McColl and bass player Steph from pop band The Starlets. | 211 hits
Band Profile: Tiny Giants
Tiny Giants are a Leeds based three piece band formed at the end of 2009. Their atmospheric sound of up beat rock mixed with blues and funky undertones, as well as their knack for penning songs with a catchy hook have ensured that they have a loyal fan base in an incredibly short period of time. | 318 hits
News Article: Bingley Music Live 2012 add Nero, Kids In Glass Houses and more
Bingley Music Live 2012 organisers have this morning announced that the following bands will join the line up in Myrtle Park in September: NERO KIDS IN GLASS HOUSES KATZENJAMMER KING CHARLES SKINNY LISTER They join an existing line up that included The Pigeon Detective, Hard-Fi and The Charlatans amongst many others. | 1,437 hits
Live Review: Kids In Glass Houses + Boys Like Girls + You And What Army
Upon arriving outside Leeds Met to see Kids In Glass Houses, I casually asked one girl how long she'd been queuing for. | 561 hits
Band Profile: Alabama 3
Alabama 3 are a band originating from Brixton, England, their music incorporates elements of country, acid house, blues and gospel. | 462 hits
CD Review: Brett Anderson - s/t
Over fifteen years since Suede burst on the UK indie scene with their debut single The Drowners, frontman Brett Anderson releases his first solo album, the imaginatively titled Brett Anderson. | 391 hits
Band Profile: Happy Red Tractors
Folk music played frantically, or is it acoustic indie, or just the latest incarnation of pop. Perfect for drunken dancing or to listen to while supping ale and wearing socks and sandles. | 844 hits
Band Profile: The Common Redstarts
Think of the weekend, think of being in the pub with your mates, think of riding the hangover from the pricey pints and the cheap drugs. | 148 hits
News Article: Rupert Stroud to release 'Talk To You' EP
Rupert is no stranger to the Leeds music scene and his powerful vocal has garnered support from XFM, BBC 6 Music and Radio 2, amassing fans along the way. | 282 hits
Live Review: Don Broco
Don Broco had the crowd at the Vans Stage sweaty, battered and bruised after their short but sweet set at Slam Dunk Festival. | 293 hits
CD Review: Piskie Sits - Churp Churp
The summer is slowly starting to look like it may happen, with bursts of morning sunshine making the hideous snow a distant memory. | 405 hits
News Article: Emmerdale Actor Rises From Grave To Star In Music Video To Aire Online On Friday
You may recall reading the following article I submitted this week, about Emmerdale actor Matt Healy, returning to the screen to star alongside local actors in a music video by award winning singer/songwriter Dom Robinson, to première at Unit One in Leeds on Monday 22nd September 2014. | 408 hits
CD Review: The Echo - Tin Foil Dreams
With a name as unimaginative and generic as The Echo it is perhaps no surprise that the accompanying soundtrack offers very little in the way of innovation. | 605 hits
CD Review: Toy Horses - Toy Horses
Let me paint you a picture- It's a dreary, cold and wet Saturday morning, some God-awful cooking show is on the television and, as usual, I'm hung-over and can be found staggering about the house with a cigarette in one hand and a cup of super-strength coffee in the other. | 819 hits
CD Review: The Voltaires - The Voltaires
When it takes a band eight years to get their first record out, you know at least one thing: It must have been a labour of love. | 224 hits
Live Review: The (International) Noise Conspiracy
Almost a year ago the band were scheduled to play a venue in Leeds but had to pull out due to a back injury to lead singer and former Refused frontman Dennis Lyxzen. | 328 hits
Live Review: Six By Seven
It's a shithole of a night out there, but 70 hardy and dedicated souls are here to witness the latest intriguing chapter in the Six By Seven story. | 456 hits
CD Review: Accolade - Untitled
Mogwai's Stuart Braithwaite was responsible for several things. He pioneered the "Blur are Shit" t-shirts that were sported by several people during the mid 90's, much to the amusement of the NME. | 621 hits
CD Review: Zealous - Dust
Vocalist/guitarist Dan Pearce, bass player Pete Green and drummer Chris Smith are throwing their hearts into Zealous. | 464 hits
Band Profile: Jeniferever
Jeniferever is a band from Uppsala, Sweden. Their music could be described as ambient indie rock or post-rock; it is slow-paced, melodic, and frequently building to an orchestral-like climax. | 435 hits
Band Profile: Rigsby
James Trevelyan (Lead Vocals) Anshul Kapoor (Lead Guitar) Alex De Boer (Keyboards, Vocals) Simon Fitzpatrick (Bass Guitar, Vocals) Greg Sykes (Drums) A shared passion for guitar driven, melodic rock inspired five Huddersfield University students to start making music together. | 682 hits
Band Profile: Everything Everything
Everything Everything are based in Manchester, hailing originally from the Newcastle/Northumberland area, as well as Kent. | 443 hits
CD Review: Envoy - Shoulder 2 Shoulder
Released on the Glasgow based Soma label, home of thinking techno and house; this latest release follows a well-trodden and successful path. | 690 hits
CD Review: The Little Darlings - Fit For Purpose
The Little Darlings have about the most appropriate name for a band at the moment, as it just about sums up their music perfectly. | 342 hits
News Article: Leeds musicians raise money for Children In Need
A number of Leeds musicians came together in aid of Children In Need last Friday with the 'Great Musical Bake Off' raising a total of £592.74. | 324 hits
News Article: Leeds band Dinosaur Pile-up added to NME Radio One Stage at Leeds Festival
Leeds Festival organisers have today revealed a number of Main Stage and NME / Radio One Stage additions to the line up for Leeds 2009, with the regional highlight being the inclusion of Leeds band Dinosaur Pile-up. | 877 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival tickets on sale to Vodafone VIP subscribers
As we reported earlier this month, tickets for Leeds Festival 2011 will go on sale to Vodafone VIP customers tomorrow morning (Wednesday 1st December). | 1,698 hits
CD Review: Tremulous Monk - Sparkle Like Your Shoes
The monk in question is York boy Chris Wilkinson. After building his own studio in his hometown he set about recording several EPs which lead to the release of this album. | 381 hits
News Article: Main Stage headliners announced for Leeds Festival 2010
The official line up for Leeds 2010 was announced this evening with the three Main Stage headline slots filled by Arcade Fire (Friday), Blink 182 (Saturday) and Guns N Roses (Sunday). | 1,627 hits
Live Review: Visa + sammyUSA
SAMMYUSA take a while to warm up, delivering a couple of songs that consist little more than controlled feedback - as well as the addition of a vocal sample in the opening instrumental. | 278 hits
Live Review: Action Directe
'Vive Le Revolution' say Action Directe. Well if the topless, gyrating, hairy-backed fan in a CSKA Moscow scarf constitutes the revolution then the fat cats, fascists and fence-sitters, Action Directe so vociferously oppose, will sleep easy in the corridors of power. | 351 hits
CD Review: The Parkinsons - A Long Way To Nowhere
It doesn't seem like yesterday that I reviewed and interviewed four guys for Mean Fiddler. Riotous exhibitionists, yet the nicest guys you're ever going to meet out behind the scenes, they were out on a day trip to prop up the Saturday morning third-stage festivities at Leeds Festival, and the 'Fiddler, whatever their reasons, didn't publish any of it. | 344 hits
CD Review: Freeland - Cope
Is DJ/Producer now just the male equivalent of Actress/Model/Whatever? Adam Freeland, currently a fairly small fish in the Chemical Bros/Calvin Harris pond hopes to move to warmer techno-tepid waters with his second solo LP 'Cope.' He's certainly roped in enough interesting guests to give himself an edge. | 214 hits
News Article: Carling Stage line up announced for Leeds Festival
Leeds Festival 2006 organisers Mean Fiddler have today announced the line up for the Carling Stage, with local bands The Sunshine Underground, The Pigeon Detectives and The Research all making appearances. | 1,624 hits
Interview: O Fracas
With O Fracas set to release a limited edition 7" single titled "Zeroes And Ones" on Monday 12th September, Will Ridge spoke to Alex, Ben and Jim to get the lowdown... | 1,306 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2011 tickets on sale today
Tickets for Leeds Festival 2011 will go on sale this morning, Thursday 17th March, at 9am. This is a limited 3 day sale of tickets to Vodafone VIP subscribers ahead of the general public release on Monday 21st March. | 2,894 hits
News Article: 200 tickets left for Live At Leeds 2009
It's Live At Leeds today but for anyone still in search of tickets you now only have three options left. | 504 hits
Band Profile: The Last Shadow Puppets
The Last Shadow Puppets is a band that consists of Alex Turner of Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys and Miles Kane of The Rascals. | 418 hits
News Article: Live At Leeds 2011 wristband exchange details revealed
Organisers of the Live At Leeds 2011 festival have today revealed details of the wristband exchange process for tomorrow. | 885 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival 2011 tickets go on sale today
Did you enjoy Leeds 2010? You may only have just taken your boots off from arriving home after an enjoyable Leeds Festival 2010 watching Axl Rose, Arcade Fire and Blink 182, yet festival organisers have revealed that a small number of Weekend and Early Entry tickets for the event in 2011 will be going on sale this morning at 9am. | 4,308 hits
Live Review: Dead Meadow + Arbouretum + Held In Hands
With long instrumental sections and packing the small stage with a cacophony of noise, Held In Hands delivered a chaotic and often clashing set. | 360 hits
News Article: More bands announced for Live At Leeds 2011
More bands have been announced this morning for the Live At Leeds 2011 festival. The official launch of Live At Leeds 2011 festival took place last Friday, with over 60 bands announced for the festival already. | 1,103 hits
CD Review: Paddy Casey - Living
Paddy Casey has a severe case of David Gray-itis - huge in Ireland, but pretty unheard of over here. This LP was kept off the Irish top spot by Dido - and then by only 86 measly copies. | 961 hits
CD Review: The Mighty Stars - 925/Tonight
Once upon a time, a young man named Rob from a band called The Mighty Stars declared "There's a lot to be said for conciseness and brevity", and I suppose he's right. | 272 hits
Live Review: The Coral
Fifty or so genuine Radio Aire competition winners and an army of press, liggers, blaggers and Leeds scene wannabes (people who don't have to be in work on a Friday afternoon) crowded into the Faversham. | 654 hits
Band Profile: Cara Dillon
Cara Dillon was born in 1975 in Dungiven, County Derry, Northern Ireland. She has formerly been a member of the folk groups 'Oige' and 'Equation'. | 274 hits
CD Review: GoodBooks - Control
Let me introduce Max, Christopher, JP and Leo: collectively known as GoodBooks. A highly anticipated debut album from a highly regarded band. | 696 hits
CD Review: Incubus - Talk Shows On Mute
It's been a funny few years for Incubus. From the dizzy heights of success with the mall-metal of their breakthrough album 'Morning View', to nu-metal's untimely demise and losing their bassist, the good looks of lead singer Brandon Boyd aren't the only thing that draws people to them any more. | 982 hits
CD Review: Undercut - To Die For
Oh God here we go again. Haven't we reached our quota of tawdry predictable Coldplay tribute acts yet... | 353 hits
CD Review: The Answer - Rise
This is the sort of record that it really should be very easy to dismiss as hapless retro-copyism. Ulster rockers The Answer don't so much wear their influences on their sleeve as practically have them branded on to their foreheads. | 1,252 hits
News Article: Evi Vine To Play Leeds Date, New Album Also Due
"Excellent...absorbing, haunting and sensual...welcome to the darkside of the blues." Cosmo Landesman, (Sunday Times) "A voice that will break your heart... | 365 hits
Band Profile: Adam Green
Adam Green (born May 28, 1981 in Mount Kisco, New York) is an American singer-songwriter. Green attended Emerson College briefly in 1998 before leaving to concentrate on his music, going on to co-found the anti folk group The Moldy Peaches with Kimya Dawson. | 237 hits
Live Review: Infrasound + I Love Poland + The Feeling
The Faversham as always has a good mix of Indie elite with the odd middle-aged couple wondering just where their evening went terribly wrong. | 1,055 hits
Feature: Advent Calendar: 22nd December
Day 22 of LMS's Advent Calendar | 499 hits
CD Review: Fran Rodgers - Let The Rain Fall
Fran Rodgers is making me cold. This room was warm a minute ago, in fact the thermostat says 23°C but my body is freezing because the inconsiderate woman is giving me a serious chill. | 435 hits
CD Review: The Bilderberg Group - s/t
One of Leeds most promising bands of recent years have delivered their second album in order to broaden our education. | 608 hits
We've missed you Dancers; it feels like this party has been a long time coming. We're excited and we've prepared something really special for you this time around. | 340 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - The Trip: Compiled By Joey Negro
Joey Negro is described in his biography as the "master of all things dance-floor and credible", which he probably is if you live in the kind of world where you refer to the act of making love as making sweet music and you don't mean it as a joke. | 311 hits
Live Review: Milburn + Rivers
My day started off surreally, an early morning phone call from my old dear asking me if I've heard of a band from Sheffield, called Milburn? | 751 hits
Live Review: Kid iD
A smiling six piece band with trumpet, trombone, drums, percussion, bass, guitar and vocals, all played with serious pro skills can hardly go wrong in the festival sunshine. | 546 hits
Band Profile: The Pigeon Detectives
rock indie | 17,576 hits
Live Review: Deadline + The Mingers + The Black Bats
Despite what the trendy music press may tell you kids, punk's not dead. The fact that I don't think I've ever seen the Fenton this busy is good testament to the fact that there's plenty of people who still believe in angry music that has something to say (and sorry Blink 182/New Found Glory fans but "having something to say" does not equate to 33-year-olds pretending to be 15. | 924 hits
News Article: Headliners revealed for Dance and Acoustic Stages at Slam Dunk Festival
Organisers of Slam Dunk Festival have today revealed more bands set to appear at the event in May. Announced as this year's "special guests", Funeral For A Friend were today added to the bill. | 1,263 hits
Band Profile: Dead Confederate
Dead Confederate is an alternative rock band which formed in Athens, Georgia, United States in 2006. The band consists of Hardy Morris (vocals, guitars), Walker Howle (guitar), John Watkins (keyboards), Brantley Senn (bass) and Jason Scarboro (drums). | 157 hits
CD Review: The Rocks - Asking For Trouble...
When the vitriolic, guitars-on-amphetamines shocker of 'Eyes Wide Open' blasts you off the face of the planet, you think you're gonna be in for a drooling, acidic treat. | 462 hits
CD Review: Sniper - Untitled
I have to start off by saying I was a touch disappointed before I'd even taken the CD out of its case. | 362 hits
Live Review: Oceansize
Although the number of Oceansize shows in Leeds can still be counted on the fingers of one hand, they are not all new faces to these parts having spent pre-band time in the heart of Leeds 6 before their formation over the hills in Lancashire. | 312 hits
Band Profile: Jon Allen
Jon Allen was born in Winchester UK. He knew from an early age that music was his vocation. He grew up admiring artists as wide-ranging as Tom Waits, Led Zeppelin, James Taylor and The Beatles. | 354 hits
CD Review: Paul Marshall - Vultures
More often than not, folk records come with a seasonal mood in mind, though in the case of Paul Marshall and his debut album 'Vultures' we have a record which seems to encapsulate all four seasons - equally as fitting for a frosty February morning as it is for a sun-drenched afternoon in July. | 1,202 hits
News Article: Brudenell to host Music Industry: New Year, New Start
From the curators of the Live At Leeds Unconference, Leeds Beckett University will present a day of talks from Music Industry professionals, accompanied by a Q&A session and networking opportunities. | 581 hits
Band Profile: Silence Rises
Silence Rises formed in 2010 and set out to write a set of huge anthemic indie tunes. Drawing on a rich song writing talent present between all five members, the band continue to focus their style in to well crafted, hook filled, venue filling music with huge towering bursts which take the listener on a dynamic audio journey. | 504 hits
CD Review: Blueryder - Untitled
A trip down to Joseph's Well a while ago saw me coming away with a 5-track demo CD from York/Leeds band Blueryder. | 303 hits
CD Review: Embrace - Gravity EP
A well-made market-pitched record with little of interest for the music fan. The rather Coca Cola Championship song comes from Embrace's good friend Chris Martin. | 1,345 hits
CD Review: Don Broco - Priorities
The wait was a long one for Don Broco fans for their new album Priorities, which was released on 13th August this summer. | 415 hits
News Article: Centre Stage 2013 heats to commence next week
Now in its fourth year, the eagerly anticipated Centre Stage 2013 is upon us and is set to bring local, young bands and artists into the limelight. | 322 hits
CD Review: Aidan Smith - Allotments
'A trip through London, Paris and the Nag's Head' is what I was promised when I first looked at the promotional blurb on the front of the CD. | 815 hits
News Article: Debut album from Harry George Johns released in February
Harry George Johns has this week confirmed that his mini album 'Post Breakdown Blues' is set for a release on 11th February 2013. | 371 hits
Live Review: Orka + Helen + Albeit + Baseborn
Joseph's Well saw a storming gig on Saturday night as everyone is treated to four top bands, a brilliant atmosphere, a full venue and plenty of beer. | 531 hits
CD Review: Harry George Johns - Post Breakdown Blues
This mini album/EP from Harry George Johns rises from the ashes of break-ups and breakdowns, the sound of late nights and early mornings resonates throughout these six songs. | 285 hits
Interview: Charly Six
Proper Charlies: Andy Roberts catches up with Charly Six prior to their Royal Park gig... | 331 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
Live Review: Jon Gomm
I think we all know the story by now. A young sprightly reviewer who has never seen Jon Gomm before sits himself down and waits in anticipation. | 1,650 hits
Live Review: Milloy + A Death In The Family + The Labels + Above Them
Arriving early as I knew the small venue would be rammed, I am surprised that there is to be no live music until 8.30pm. | 854 hits
Band Profile: The Earlies
The Earlies consists of 4 core members. JM Lapham, Giles Hatton, Christian Madden and Brandon Carr. Two members are from Texas and two from Manchester. | 206 hits
News Article: Round up of Leeds bands appearing at Leeds Festival
With Leeds Festival 2009 a matter of hours away Leeds Music Scene has decided to give those setting off a little later a quick reminder of the Leeds bands playing this year. | 1,309 hits
News Article: Lock Up Stage line up revealed for Leeds Festival 2011
The line up for the Lock Up Stage at Leeds Festival 2011 was announced today by Mike Davies. The presenter of The Punk Rock Show on BBC Radio 1 and curator of the Lock Up Stage revealed the line up this morning. | 1,116 hits
Live Review: Chris T-T + Thomas Truax + Sergeant Buzzfuzz + Napoleon IIIrd
After a near-continuous onslaught of terrific gigs in the last couple of weeks, perhaps a breather was what was needed. | 921 hits
Live Review: Placebo
Arriving at about 7pm, there was already a lengthy queue outside the venue. We got into the "Over 18's" venue at about 7:30, and as everyone else was running down to the front, we decided to join them all. | 235 hits
Band Profile: The Invasion Of...
The streetlights of London Town flicker restlessly and the air bristles with the buzz of static electricity. | 135 hits
Live Review: Chindits + Fig 4.0 + Freeborn
Punk is punk is punk. Yeah? Well not here. In a single, unusually poorly supported gig, you could have seen at least three different shades of punk - really up close and personal. | 332 hits
CD Review: A Silver Mt. Zion - "This Is Our Punk Rock" Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing
As openers go, they don't get much more perfect or sublime than the choral, vocal arrangement of " Sow Some Lonesome Corner So Many Flowers Bloom." On a personal level, it seems to summarize every regret, every mistake I ever made. | 548 hits
Band Profile: Gemma Hayes
Gemma Hayes is a singer-songwriter born August 11, 1977 in Ballyporeen, Tipperary, Ireland. She signed to Source Records/Virgin in 2001 and issued the folksy 4.35am EP and the more band-orientated Work To A Calm EP before releasing her debut album, Night On My Side, in 2002. | 258 hits
News Article: Live At Leeds 2011 announced
The official launch of Live At Leeds 2011 festival took place this morning, with over 60 bands announced for the festival already. | 1,910 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
CD Review: Beautiful Feet - Unfinished Business EP
Beautiful feet have a very pleasing sound, a Radio 2 Sunday morning sound, a keeuuwwwwl sound - not a bad thing, in fact with the increasing number of noisy guitar monkeys out there it is refreshing to hear someone being subtle with their instruments. | 378 hits
Band Profile: Roddy Frame
Roddy Frame (born January 29, 1964 in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, Scotland) is the founder of the 1980s Scottish indie band, Aztec Camera. | 363 hits
Live Review: Serj Tankian
His near-iconic status as System of a Down frontman probably has a lot to do with the chants of "we want Serj!" that fill the NME/Radio One tent as the roadies begin setting the stage for the Serj Tankian show. | 401 hits
Band Profile: Graham Coxon
Graham Coxon, best known for his time in Blur (which he left in 2002 and re-united with in 2009), is a singer-guitarist whose sound is based in lo-fi and garage rock His first solo album,'The Sky Is Too High', was released in 1998 and has a very muted, uncommercial sound. | 283 hits
CD Review: The Envy Corps - Rhinemaidens
Making new discoveries is always exciting. Few self-respecting music fans will disagree that finding a promising new band is one of the main reasons to get up in the morning - perhaps only over-ridden if somebody's cooking something lovely for breakfast. | 337 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Before The Ruin
If you have ever heard any of Roddy Woomble, Kris Drever, or John McCusker's solo work then this album should sound like a super-group of Scottish folk songwriters. | 216 hits
CD Review: Feeder - Idaho
Wow, I leave Feeder alone for ten years and they're still making the same record. I imagine this is what it'll be like for me when I attend those dreaded school reunions in not-so-many years time... | 276 hits
Live Review: Fran Rodgers
When I first read that Fran Rodgers had been chosen to play on the rather large Festival Republic Stage in a large marquee at the very early time of midday I was worried. | 339 hits
Live Review: The Delamores
Firstly it must be made clear that at 2am this morning I was still to be found amateur mountaineering/forest-fire-avoiding after a party in a remote wood somewhere out towards Huddersfield and so my mental capacity is not at its best for remembering all of the events which unfolded at tonight's Louder Than Bombs session. | 707 hits
CD Review: Joan of Arc - In Rape Fantasy & Terror Sex We Trust
Joan of Arc's Tim Kinsella is one of those multiple-attached US artists who can sneak into the Leeds Fenton one May evening, en route from Paris to Dortmund via Glasgow and Manchester, and maybe 100 people know. | 499 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Chairman Of The Board
Opening with a version of one of the most covered blues numbers of the early sixties, this selection owes a lot to musicians who aren't the ones on the disc. | 357 hits
News Article: Need a cheap tent for Leeds Fest? Don't fancy having to carry it? We've got ya.
In the fallout of Glastonbury and T in the Park, festival waste has once again been a hot topic. So much is made of the aftermath, that we feel a little of the magic is getting lost. | 424 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
CD Review: The Blackout - Ambition Is Critical
In 2010, The Blackout set out to make a new album, with a little help from their fans; they aptly named "Riot Squad". | 735 hits
Feature: Jimmy Islip Blog 1
Jimmy Islip (maybe best known around these parts as the drummer of That Fucking Tank) is off on a jaunt to America in the name of one of his projects outside Tank. Jimmy explains all in his first blog entry documenting the outing for LMS... | 544 hits
Live Review: Alabama 3
An already sold out gig sports an impressively long guestlist, which makes for a very cramped Cockpit this evening. | 589 hits
CD Review: Rose Kemp - A Hand Full of Hurricanes
OK, hands up, how many of you initially thought Rose Kemp was a tongue-in-cheek novelty act based on former Eastenders hard-man Ross Kemp? | 462 hits
Live Review: Visa + The Amazing Pilots + Being 747
Quite an eventful Saturday evening in the end. Firstly, I chatted away to Aeon prior to the Juno-2 gig at Royal Park Cellars - the interview should appear on the site in the next week or so - and then I bumped into Bella. | 364 hits
Live Review: Youthmovie Soundtrack Strategies + Pixies + The Subways + Infadels + Ali Whitton + The Black Velvets
Quickly cast aside as quite frankly preposterous any mistaken apprehension that the hushed rumours and tales whispering their way around the Red and Yellow campsites on Saturday morning were of Maiden's amazingly iconic 'Number Of The Beast', Bloc Party's 'Pioneers', aftershow craziness, or even, god forbid you little scamps, the prospect of going to the Aftershock Bar later to more-than-hopefully (with all fingers, toes and, ahem, everything crossed) catch a glimpse of a naked girl in the jacuzzi (not that you could see anything though, I did make it my duty to do a little research). | 877 hits
CD Review: Fossil Collective - Honey Slides
These guys like to get so high that they forgot to actually burn the songs onto the gorgeously presented blank CD they sent me. | 1,752 hits
CD Review: Love Panda - Should'a Seen It Coming
It all started with the White Stripes. Then, all of a sudden, bands started to crop up with strange combinations of musicians. | 554 hits
CD Review: Jim Noir - Eanie Meany
Having heard a truckload of overtly and comically favourable comments about Mr. Jim Noir recently, I was as pleased as an affluent drunk in a Bargain Booze to find that this EP had dropped through my letterbox on Christmas Eve. | 1,093 hits
Feature: Jimmy Islip Blog 2
Jimmy's Second Chicago Blog Entry. | 470 hits
CD Review: Slow Club - Yeah So?
Sheffield folk two-piece Slow Club have gradually developed a loyal following thanks to their unusual, charming live shows. | 460 hits
Live Review: Duke Special + David Ford + Alec Townsend
Last time I saw Duke Special was in Leeds at Joseph's Well about a year ago when his gramophone refused to work and his piano packed in leaving him to do a cover of "You are my Sunshine" while banging two cymbals together. | 616 hits
CD Review: The Mavis Seed - Did you hear me?
Hearing last year's split release "Three Peaks EP" led me to discover the work of a tireless bunch of like-minded local musicians. | 263 hits
News Article: Leeds bands come together this Christmas for charity
With the aim of raising valuable funds for local homeless charity Simon on the Streets this winter, Leeds based music-videographers Anthologies, and record label/promoters Hide & Seek have collaborated on an ambitious festive music project unveiled this December. | 617 hits
Band Profile: Mumm-Ra
Mumm-Ra were an indie rock band which formed in 2000 in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, United Kingdom. The band consisted of James New (vocals/keyboard/guitar), Oli Frost (guitar), Niall Buckler (bass), James Arguile (guitar), and Gareth Jennings (drums). | 499 hits
Live Review: les Flames! + Tsuji Giri + The Sonar Yen
A much-billed single launch beckoned tonight at the Fenton with a joint headline of les Flames! and The Scaramanga Six. | 308 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Dream Brother - The Songs of Tim and Jeff Buckley
The point of a covers album? Mainly it's to get a fresh and exciting new perspective on old classics, but when those old classics are nigh on perfect, do we really need this album? | 519 hits
Live Review: Example + Wretch 32 + Sway + Mz Bratt + Nina Nesbitt
On the 5th of May, Example performed at his final scheduled date on his UK tour at a packed Millennium Square in the centre of Leeds. | 495 hits
Interview: Amycanbe
Joseph Seager managed to ask Italian pop/folk/indie band Amycanbe a few questions, from how their tour of the UK has gone to what they'll be up to this Christmas... | 523 hits
News Article: Pulled Apart by Horses to headline Rough Beats Festival
Azealia Banks, Gryff Rhys and Leeds band Pulled Apart by Horses have all been announced this week as headliners at Rough Beats Festival. | 342 hits
Live Review: Alabama 3
Alabama 3, as a band, were born out of acid; under very few other circumstances could the genre of "country acid-house" have been born. | 264 hits
Band Profile: Jacobs Stories
Started in the Summer of 2003 as a collection of four track songs made for friends, Jacob's Stories is music made by a bearded singer songwriter named Stuart Lee. | 192 hits
CD Review: Stark - Put It To Your Head
On our breaks at work we like to play a game. This is known as the 'mini challenge', where the first person to spot a mini in the packed supermarket car park wins. | 269 hits
CD Review: Nile - Born
In truth I know nothing about the contemporary black music scene. I'm a stranger and lost with no bearings. | 1,072 hits
CD Review: Yourcodenameis: Milo - They Came from the Sun
The cover art can convey many impressions about an album. Usually they are correct, as is the case here. | 375 hits
Live Review: Alabama 3
Tonight is my first experience of Alabama 3. Preceded by recommendations and my vague awareness of them through a 90's Jools Holland spot, I suppose you have to start somewhere. | 428 hits
CD Review: Kids In Glass Houses - Dirt
Having been a huge fan of Kids In Glass Houses for a number of years, ever since the early demo's of 'Skeletons' (which later became 'Saturday') or 'Pick Flowers, Not Fights' (which later became 'Fisticuffs') through 'Epocalypse' and 'Smart Casual' and with an amazing live show to boot, the band have set my expectations incredibly high. | 162 hits
CD Review: Rob J Madin - We Will Eat Ourselves...
Technology: Yay or Neigh? As part of my University Degree in Music Journalism (Hon-est) I was asked to write an essay on 'The Impact of Technology on Music in the Twenty-First Century'. | 922 hits
Band Profile: Deadstring Brothers
It may be a surprise to hear the country rock sounds of Detroits Deadstring Brothers coming from a city better known for loud rock and roll, but disillusionment can take many channels. | 478 hits
Live Review: Sparklehorse + Gemma Hayes
In the dereliction of Leeds' nineteenth century railway arches Mark Linkous coaxes sublime and fragile music from a tangled mass of leads and electrojunk from the twentieth. | 601 hits
CD Review: Khopek - s/t
This elegantly European-looking collection of four pieces from five piece Khopek comes cloaked in pale blue mystery. | 406 hits
Live Review: Alabama 3
A few years ago I reviewed Alabama 3's 'MOR' album and was hooked in by its filthy blues swagger and ingenuity. | 368 hits
Band Profile: Dawn Parade
The Dawn Parade was a rock band from Bury St. Edmunds, UK, formed in 2000 initially called The Hip Down. | 174 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. | 788 hits
Live Review: The Young Knives + So So Modern + The Killers + Seasick Steve + The Mystery Jets + British Sea Power
British Sea Power start the final day and drive away any remnants of the morning's deluge. Unfortunately the wind, or the Main Stage's volume limiter, conspire to also wash away the sound, so only the manic flag waving at the front gives hint to how good they are. | 495 hits
CD Review: Adam Green - Sixes and Sevens
Well, this is a pleasant record. Kind of pleasant in the Gary Lineker sense of the word. You know where you are with it. | 593 hits
Live Review: The Party Animals + Monroe + Dionysus + Unleashed
Tonight, The Highwood saw 4 bands. I'll admit here that I'm not too sure who is who with this bill (in approximate terms). | 335 hits
Live Review: Billy No Mates + Frankie Stubbs + The Fat Cats
Hot news! The Fat Cats have invented Punk Swing. No, really. And it's dead good. This five-piece (bass, drums, guitar, keyboards, saxophone) are a genre-hopping delight. | 1,677 hits
CD Review: The A.M. - The A.M.
Due to various factors, I have had this album for quite a while now. This I am pleased about as I have a relationship with this album just as I have with all my albums that I have invested in and, due to this, I feel adequately prepared to review it. | 864 hits
Band Profile: Caliban
1 - metalcore band, formed in Germany in 1997 2 -Folk Duo ============================= 1 - Caliban, a metalcore band, was formed in Germany in 1997 under the name Never Again. | 242 hits
Band Profile: Chris Cornell
Chris Cornell (1964, Seattle, WA, United States) is an American singer/songwriter and guitarist. In 1984 he formed the band Soundgarden with bassist Hiro Yamamoto. | 95 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Dance To The Radio: What We All Want
If you don't live, eat and breath it, the Leeds music landscape has almost been unfathomably applauded for the bands it produces and the nights that exist within its figurative walls in recent years. | 1,143 hits
Band Profile: Buen Chico
indie pop | 24,258 hits
Live Review: Zane + Visa + Divided by Zero
Well, despite spending an hour and ten minutes waiting for a bus that didn't turn up and a taxi that didn't turn up either, I eventually made it to the rocket in time to catch most of Divided by Zero's set. | 301 hits
CD Review: Piskie Sits - The Way I'd Like To Go
Do you wanna know how the music biz really works? Cos you are gonna have to accept that we all have psychic powers. | 602 hits
CD Review: Nothing (Brighton) - Splints & Oxygen EP
Dear LMS, I am writing to you to divulge the contents of my listening discomforts, circa the morning of October the 7th, 2005. | 349 hits
Live Review: Visa
Free pizza anyone? Not only do you get a bright and diverse 40 minute set from this Leeds based outfit, but you also bag yourself some unwanted pizza, compliments of the management (that is if you get there early enough. | 238 hits
Band Profile: Bright Eyes
Bright Eyes is a band consisting mainly of American singer-songwriter/guitarist Conor Oberst. Bright Eyes also features multi-instrumentalist/producer Mike Mogis, keyboard player Nate Walcott and a rotating lineup of collaborators drawn primarily from Omaha, Nebraska, United States' indie music scene. | 379 hits
News Article: BRMC to replace White Stripes at Leeds Festival...
Festival promoters Mean Fiddler have announced that Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will take the slot vacated by the White Stripes at this year's Leeds Festival. | 543 hits
News Article: Initial line up for Beacons Festival 2012 revealed
Beacons Festival 2012 was launched this morning with organisers revealing the initial line up, plans for a new site and availability of discounted 'early bird' tickets. | 427 hits
CD Review: Youth Lagoon - The Year of Hibernation
Having dropped out of Boise State University, Idaho, Trevor Powers (aka Youth Lagoon) has released a record that simply oozes nostalgia. | 331 hits
CD Review: Four Stroke - 4mornings
4mornings is an ambitious project. Each of four songs is led in by a sound montage of one of the band member's morning. | 655 hits
Band Profile: Mayday Parade
Why get up in the morning to work at Taco Bell when you could be traveling the continental US pushing your band's fresh new sound to people near and far? | 83 hits
CD Review: Myattmode - Metropolis
"Metropolis", Myattmode's debut album is, according to his website, the result of nine months' work and the realisation of a lifelong dream. | 157 hits
Live Review: Fyfe Dangerfield
"I can't believe I just said that; why did I say that?", Fyfe sniggers after wryly introducing the two rather elegant violinists at his side as "my bitches." Wearing a haggard suit and sporting the audacious combination of socks and sandals (he later admits he forgot to pack another pair of shoes before he left home earlier that morning), he casually tussles with his golden hair, looking more like a bohemian businessman than anything else. | 539 hits
Band Profile: Rilo Kiley
Rilo Kiley was an indie rock band which formed in 1998 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The band consists of Jenny Lewis (vocals, guitar), Blake Sennett (vocals, guitar), Pierre de Reeder (bass, keyboards) and Jason Boesel (drums). | 323 hits
Band Profile: Viva Stereo
Electro noise beat confusion Formed in 2002, Viva Stereo aimed to provide a soundtrack to Saturday nights and Sunday mornings. | 232 hits
Live Review: Flies are Spies from Hell
For this sleep deprived reporter, the prospect of having to walk deep into Headingley on a Thursday evening, with an exam at 9 O'clock the next morning, was not a particularly inviting one, but none the less I upped the courage and made the effort. | 618 hits
CD Review: Ali Whitton and the Broke Record Players - A Failed Attempt At Something Worth Saying
What have we got here then? Thoughtful acoustic pop, I'd say, and done to a pretty fair standard - from Whitton's lyrics sung in his quite striking voice with its often pleading tone, through to arrangements well handled by the Broke Record Players. | 580 hits
CD Review: Wintermute - Untitled
So it's a grey Monday morning and a nice lil' parcel arrives at my door, filled with a nice collection of new demos to get my tired juices flowing. | 528 hits
Live Review: Melvyn + The Antibiotics + Bobby Six Killer
What is this? Another ska / punk night? It does seem like ska is taking over the underground scene and I know ska is a love it or hate it kind of thing, so will Melvyn, The Antibiotics and Bobby Six Killer be able to compete with all the other 10 a penny ska/punk bands in Leeds? | 286 hits
CD Review: Ali Whitton and the Broke Record Players - Empty Threats and Recurring Themes
"And you say I'm too young to know what I mean - well, you're wrong, you're wrong, you're wrong, you're wrong about me" protests Ali Whitton alongside his newly-expanded band to open his new EP, 'Empty Threats and Recurring Themes', challenging all those who doubt his belief in every single word he sings or think he's exaggerating, making it all up, even. | 1,018 hits
CD Review: The Cut - Dazed
Boy, am I excited! I'm told that The Cut are one of West Yorkshire's hottest bands around. Whoopie! Insert CD and we're on fire, baby! | 399 hits
Live Review: Zelig + On Porter + Maggie8 + R. Tetley + Maia
It's midweek and outside is an Arctic wasteland, let's go out! I got my woolly hat and crampons on. Filled the St Bernard with brandy and my pockets with dried fruit, switched off all my appliances at the plug (my kettle being switched off might stop it from getting colder outside, possibly, it's science) and set off like an explorer, an explorer looking to discover new musical landscapes, new Kings and Queens and peoples and customs. | 511 hits
Band Profile: Entombed
Entombed is a death metal band from Stockholm, Sweden which formed in 1987 under the name of Nihilist. | 201 hits
Live Review: Wolf People
A comfortably full Brudenell Social Club greeted Wolf People on the Leeds leg of their four date UK tour. | 485 hits
Band Profile: Placebo
There are multiple artists with this name: 1. A popular British rock band 2. A Belgian jazz band 3. | 324 hits
Interview: Ejectorseat
A hop skip and a jump into the next county and you will find these suave lads, who go by the name Ejectorseat. | 1,212 hits
Band Profile: Pixies
Pixies is an American alternative rock band which formed in Boston, Massachusetts, United States in 1986. | 246 hits
Live Review: four day Hombre
Tonight was going to be another boring Monday night in as usual. I had planned to go the Faversham to see Four Day Hombre but as I hadn't got a clue where it was, and each of the maps I tried looking at all have different things on them, so I had resigned myself to not going. | 350 hits
Live Review: Woody Mann + Jon Gomm
I must admit, sitting in 'The Angel', (good cheap drinks here ladies and gentlemen), en route to 'The Roscoe' I was lost in the conversation from the other table - let's not go there but... | 529 hits
CD Review: The Halcyon Band - Sirocco
This 10 track CD on Eggbert Records is a celebration of traditional guitar pop values. Danny Slack, Sam Forrest, Dave Hunt and Tom Johnson do timeless craftsman-built songs as if English punk had never happened. | 540 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
Live Review: Foals + The Noisettes + GoodBooks + Fear of Flying
I was rather excited about getting tickets for this gig. Not only was I off to see one of my new favourite-bands-you-haven't-really-heard-of-but-will-soon, GoodBooks, I was going to a student only night. | 864 hits
Live Review: TRC + Malevolence + Swimming with Sharks + Hardships
This last minute show was put together when TRC had problems with the venue for their planned show in Portsmouth as part of the "Dirty Weekends Tour". | 317 hits
Live Review: Arctic Monkeys + Prodigy + Them Crooked Vultures + Chuck Ragan + Delphic + Dinosaur Pile-up
With nothing on Thursday billing to grab you by the throat and force you to pay attention, the masses leisurely set about acclimatising themselves with the compact and well laid out site, and then embark on the evening's perpetual hunt - the unsuccessful parched souls stalking the happily lubricated few in the hope that they will lead them to the single open bar on site. | 657 hits
Band Profile: Ooberman
Ooberman founders Dan Popplewell and Andy Flett met over a piano at their school in Bradford, 1988. The first band they set up was The Forestry Commission, with Andy's younger brother Steve Flett on bass. | 215 hits
Live Review: Jack Edwards + Ricky Fleming + Issimo
This past weekend at The 360 Club, there was a varied lineup, with three acts ranging from acoustic, to rock, to British reggae/ska. | 625 hits
News Article: Carling Stage bands announced for Leeds Festival 2003...
Bands have today been announced for the Carling Stages at Leeds Festival. The headliners are as follows: British Sea Power and Manitoba (Friday); Sparta and The Black Keys (Saturday); Billy Bragg and Brendan Benson (Sunday). | 695 hits
CD Review: The Big Blue - A Small Drop In The Ocean
Summer is here. It's a beautiful Wednesday morning so naturally I am sat indoors playing Pro Evolution Soccer 5 - the "international cup" [come on EA hand over the licence] quarter final against Brazil. | 507 hits
CD Review: The Libertines - s/t
I swear to God. The day I finally get my wish and am sworn in as Supreme Lord of the Universe, one of the first things I will introduce is a law making it compulsory for all groups consisting of skinny white boys with guitars to do two hundred press-ups first thing on a morning to a soundtrack of "I Feel Good" and "Get Up (Sex Machine)" by James Brown. | 1,275 hits
Band Profile: Sandfly
Samir Moussa of SANDFLY is a musician. Sam is a guitar player of 21 years, a recording singer/songwriter and plays a number of other instruments proficiently, namely piano, drums and bass. | 291 hits
CD Review: Mint Julep - Save Your Season
"Save Your Season" out November 14th is a great record. Synth-filled, ecstatic-toned with the occasional pulse of bass. | 1,194 hits
Band Profile: Fran Smith
Fran Smith is a singer, pianist, and a writer of extremely witty, sometimes caustic, always deeply heartfelt songs. | 564 hits
News Article: Line up for Leeds Festival 2011 announced
The line up for Leeds 2011 was announced this evening at 715pm live on BBC Radio One's Zane Lowe show. | 5,667 hits
Band Profile: Jont
As a teenager who couldn't really play the guitar, Jont rode a Greyhound bus across America, interviewing 20 of America's most famous poets - finishing the trip having dinner with Allen Ginsberg in his Lower East Side apartment. | 218 hits
News Article: Smirnoff Experience Dance Arena line up announced for Leeds Festival...
Bands have today been announced for the Smirnoff Experience Dance Arena at Leeds Festival. The headliners are as follows: Lamb (Friday); Death in Vegas (Saturday); and Audio Bullys (Sunday). | 706 hits
Live Review: Bright Eyes + Rilo Kiley
"When you're on, yeah you're really fuckin' on!" yells the diminutive Jenny Lewis, singer and guitarist for Rilo Kiley, an odd looking bunch of misfits from the stable of Saddle Creek, the label started by one Conor Oberst and pals. | 4,314 hits
Live Review: Arcade Fire + The Sunshine Underground + Arctic Monkeys + Nine Black Alps + Clor + The Longcut + Editors
Sunday morning. Absolutely done in. Solution. I overdosed on twice the maximum intake for 24 hours of some energy stuff or other in the space of forty minutes. | 2,631 hits
Band Profile: Clinic
Clinic is a Liverpool based indie rock band noted for their often fast-paced, eclectic sound. Their distinguishing sound can commonly be recognized by their prominent use of vintage keyboards/organs, most notably the Philips Philicorda, and peculiar off-scale chord progressions. | 335 hits
Live Review: Two Gallants
/ I wake on the floor / / with my country at war / / and I wish I could care but my liver's too sore / / and if liquor's a lover / / you know I'm a whore / Disclaimer: I would crawl over hot coals to see Two Gallants play live and that fact may set the tone of this review. | 227 hits
Live Review: Brazil + Phluid + Monkey
Interpol had to drop out due to pressing engagement catching criminals in Paris airports (actually they were doing a Peel session if I heard rightly). | 267 hits
CD Review: Tindersticks - Waiting For The Moon
Tindersticks are one of the UK's most talented, and rather unfortunately, overlooked bands of the past 10 years or so, and 'Waiting For The Moon', their latest LP, should go a long way to help give the band the attention they deserve. | 600 hits
Live Review: Grade + Dugong + Stand + The Leif Ericsson
Considering the torrential rain wiping out anything on the streets across Leeds, the Well was surprisingly full. | 406 hits
Live Review: The Sunshine Underground + The New Black + Walker
Walker's instruments are powerful: drums are hit, guitars are thwacked, bass is appropriately loud; 'tis a shame that the vocals can't cope/don't try. | 869 hits
Interview: Will & The People
LMS chatted Michael Jackson, French Kissing and Tenpin Bowling with Will Rendle of Will & The People! | 548 hits
CD Review: Dub Pistols - Worshipping the Dollar
The best friends in life are the ones who you don't see for years but as soon as you meet up it's as if you only saw them last night. | 1,264 hits
Live Review: thisGirl + The Lucida Console
So this is emo? Well not entirely, but there were enough tight black jeans and lip rings on display down at Joseph's Well to have fooled even the most enlightened hardcore critic. | 574 hits
CD Review: Radio Alcatraz - Populous: In the Belly of the Beast
You wouldn't know it from looking out of the window, but it is in fact summer. And it's at this time of year when record company executives jet off to Thailand or Mexico for a couple of weeks and leave their idiot subordinates in charge. | 305 hits
Live Review: Gruff Rhys + 9 Bach
With his second solo album "Candylion", Gruff Rhys has produced one of the most charming records of the year and tonight is a chance to witness the Welsh genius at work in the flesh. | 599 hits
Live Review: Operation Drystone + Post War Glamour Girls + Goodbye Chanel + King No-One + Cottonwoolf + Charlie Straw
Day 2 Saturday morning arrives and there is a buzz about some bike race passing through the site, so while everyone else watches this, I opt for going to see Charlie Straw and those who were not there missed a real treat! | 593 hits
Live Review: Bastille + Alt-J + Marsicans
Up bright and early, I head off to the BBC Introducing Stage, just in time for Alan Raw to announce, "The noise is going to be big, so prepare yourself for the Marsicans!" Who, considering the hour, manage to pull a really big crowd. | 574 hits
Live Review: The Bronx + Fucked Up + Rolo Tomassi
Let's just say you need to have brass balls to hold your weight against carnage titans The Bronx and Fucked Up. | 541 hits
CD Review: A Northern Chorus - Spirit Flags
I know this band. Well, sort of. I remember about a year ago, that someone was posting on the Sigur Rós message board talking about (because he was in) a band called 'A Northern Chorus'. | 619 hits
Band Profile: Oasis
There are multiple artists who have used the name Oasis: 1. A popular and influential British rock group 2. | 602 hits
Live Review: Misled Vision + Esclavage + Fifth Goodbye
Fifth Goodbye put in a refined performance in front of an expectant crowd to promote their new EP entitled 'This Is My Impression'. | 444 hits
Band Profile: (We Are) Performance
The History of Performance Like all great civilisations, the history of Performance contains blood, love, disease and a great amount of dancing. | 367 hits
CD Review: The Civil Wars - Barton Hollow
I tuned in to a recent "Later..." mainly to see Little Roy perform from the beautiful "Battle for Seattle" (another review, another time) and was only too happy for another act on the bill to catch my ear. | 1,326 hits
Live Review: Darren Poyzer + Shugar & Spyce
Where Darren Poyzer appears, unusual things happen and people enjoy themselves. Over the weekend of 20-22 August, he even had to forego his own birthday gig back in his Glossop-Manchester-Oldham homeland because he'd been such a success at the 'Arts for Life' Edinburgh Festival that they wanted more. | 420 hits
Live Review: Daft Punk + Klaxons + Cansei de Ser Sexy + Plan B + Mark Ronson + New Young Pony Club
With my usual Sunday morning lie in, and the insistence of a cooked breakfast, I didn't arrive at Harewood House until after 3.30pm; arriving just in time to see Datarock leave the stage. | 857 hits
Live Review: Electric Six + Junior Senior + Kid Symphony
An evening of pure cheesy-student-rock music laced throughout with lyrics befitting the kind of teenage cliché that surfaces so often on title sequences to All American Highschool dramas. | 740 hits
Live Review: The Specials + Kid British + Pama International + The Slackers
"Forget Swine Flu, CNN should report about the Reggae Flu!" The Slackers are the perfect band to ease us into a sunny Sunday of easy beats. | 867 hits
Live Review: Market Fiction + The Underline + Subculture + L-Mo + Dirty Red
A new night, folks, every Monday, with 4 or 5 local bands for the princely sum of £4. The very definition of a bargain, especially as early adopters get a free drink too! | 664 hits
Live Review: Manic Street Preachers + Delays
The last time the Manics visited our fair metropolis (excluding a fleeting festival appearance) was nigh-on-ten years ago at the Radio One Sound City event in 1996. | 1,879 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Stereogum Presents... "Stroked: A Tribute to Is This It"
It's hard to believe that ten years have passed since the release of The Strokes' debut album 'Is This It.' A surge of great singles in the early noughties from The White Stripes, The Hives and The Coral saw indie guitar pop re-enter the public consciousness in a way not seen since the mid-nineties, but there was one group scaling the heights of popularity like no other. | 415 hits
Band Profile: The Warlocks
The Warlocks are an American rock band based out of Los Angeles. Their music has been defined as neo-psychedelia, but much of it spans multiple genres. | 695 hits
CD Review: Polaris - s/t
I wish I could start this review in the same way Polaris start this eponymous album of theirs. Because then you'd understand exactly what it was I was setting out to do. | 745 hits

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