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News Article: FREE choreography workshop for musicians
Hello! I'm Janine, a Brighton-based choreographer. From 19th-30th August I will be in residence at Yorkshire Dance, and as part of this residency I am hosting a free workshop specifically for musicians with an interest in performance / choreography. | 110 hits
News Article: 360 Club and Musicians Union to host free music industry event
360 Club has teamed up with Musicians Union to host a free music industry event on 13th January 2015 at The Library in Leeds. | 553 hits
News Article: Local musicians needed for Leeds Arena campaign
Local unsigned musicians are being invited to provide a soundtrack to an upcoming animation of the Leeds Arena. | 733 hits
News Article: Call for budding writers and musicians for live@chapel festival
Community radio station East Leeds FM is calling out to all local musicians, bands, singers, writers and poets to join in the first ever Live Broadcast Festival in East Leeds. | 527 hits
News Article: Bradford bands and musicians offered free support through Factory Street Studios
In conjunction with Bradford Council and Access to Employment, "Factory St Studios" is a new creative music hub opening soon in Bradford and their team are offering musicians free services to help them take their music to another level. | 453 hits
News Article: Young Leeds bands and musicians are invited to enter Bright Young Things 2006 ...
Young musicians in Leeds are being offered the chance to follow previous participants The Music, Bodixa and 10,000 Things by taking part in the annual Bright Young Things showcase organised by Leeds City Council. | 628 hits
News Article: The first Yorkshire Musicians' Social Media Surgery on 3rd November
The first Yorkshire Musicians' Social Media Surgery is set to be held on 3rd November, from 6-30pm, at the Round Foundry Media Centre. | 867 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: Calling Leeds musicians: Bright Young Things 2007 applications now accepted.
Leeds' hottest new bands and musicians are again being given the opportunity to shine in the annual Bright Young Things project. | 446 hits
Band Profile: Ingi & Jamie
Two young acoustic musicians who play music with bags of fun! | 381 hits
News Article: Leeds musicians invited to Q&A sessions as part of Cloth Cat 10th Birthday celebrations
Cloth Cat is a unique project providing free courses in all kinds of music-related skills in Leeds and they are inviting local musicians and music fans down to celebrate their 10th birthday. | 526 hits
News Article: Join in the biggest ever survey of Yorkshire's music producers, labels, promoters, agencies and musicians...
The Hub is calling out for all of Yorkshire's music producers, record labels, event promoters, venue owners, music agencies, bands and musicians to take part in what is being billed as the largest every survey of the music sector in the region. | 413 hits
News Article: Calling all young musicians! Bright Young Things 2008 announced.
Are you the next big thing to hit the charts? Think you could follow in the footsteps of Corinne Bailey Rae or The Music? | 647 hits
News Article: Leeds hosts a Musicians Networking Day - "The Future of UK Music" - at Host Media Centre
Host Media Centre in Chapeltown, Leeds, is holding a Musicians Networking Day on Saturday November 18th. | 403 hits
News Article: Leeds bands and solo musicians wanted for The Battle Of Plumpton
Plumpton Presents, in association with Beach Break Live, are organising a Battle of the Bands competition in Leeds and are looking for local bands and solo musicians to take part. | 701 hits
News Article: MMF and Bright Young Things offer Leeds musicians free music business classes...
MMF Music Management, in association with Leeds City Council's initiative Bright Young Things, is to offer a series of 10 FREE Master Classes exploring and updating the practical realities of the Music Business. | 592 hits
News Article: Calling all Leeds musicians, bands and filmmakers... 20/20/02Vision 2007 revealed.
20 Bands, 20 Filmmakers, 2 Weeks: details of the third annual 20/20/02Vision opportunity have this week been revealed and organisers of the 20/20/02Vision 2007 event are now looking for Leeds bands and filmmakers to take part in the exciting film and music festival, which educates and celebrates the raw talent within the UK film and music sectors. | 469 hits
News Article: Leeds musicians to take part in Harrogate International Festival Fringe
A number of Leeds bands and musicians are to appear in Harrogate in July as part of Harrogate International Festival Fringe. | 572 hits
News Article: Centre Stage 2012 launched for local bands and musicians
The eagerly anticipated Centre Stage 2012 is now upon us and is set to bring local, young bands and artists from West Yorkshire into the limelight. | 1,952 hits
Band Profile: Issimo
ISSIMO are an 8-piece ska/reggae/funk/ jazz ensemble from Yorkshire, fronted by Marc and Abi and backed by the ISSIMITES (a rogue bunch of unruly jazz musicians) | 417 hits
News Article: Urban Fusion 2: more opportunities for local musicians...
Are you be part of an existing music group or an individual looking to become involved in the local music scene? | 384 hits
News Article: Leeds musicians to support fundraising for Ethiopia...
On January 6th 2005, LMUSU will play host to a large fundraising event, to raise money to help the people of Ethiopia. | 273 hits
News Article: Leeds musicians unite for Amnesty International fundraiser...
The very best in Leeds' new musical talent are joining forces for 'Beats Injustice', the first in a series of live music events in aid of Amnesty International, and is expected to raise over £2,000 for the cause. | 550 hits
News Article: Local musicians turn out to raise money for Leeds Women's Aid
A recent Cool Acoustics charity fundraiser (Royal Park Cellars, 23rd October) has raised £90 for Leeds Women's Aid, an agency that assists female victims of domestic violence and other forms of abuse. | 379 hits
Band Profile: Ikestra
7 musicians making 1 sound for ALL people. LP/CD/download available from | 133 hits
Band Profile: Add9
Fat, Heavy, Funky Grooves supplied by 8 smiling musicians. Add9 are one of the best live acts around! | 542 hits
News Article: Fresh Radio launches "Sunday Evening Session" to support the region's musicians...
Yorkshire and the North East Radio Station of the Year, Fresh Radio, has launched a brand new show - aimed at giving unsigned acts valuable airplay. | 451 hits
Band Profile: The Woven Project
The Woven Project are lo-fi, acoustic, experimental musicians collective from Hartlepool, London and Leeds | 112 hits
News Article: Host Media Centre offering Leeds bands and musicians free studio recording time!
Host Media Centre in Leeds has today revealed that it will be offer free two-day recording slots to Leeds' unsigned artists throughout 2007! | 2,347 hits
Feature: "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" - the importance of written band agreements.
A look at band partnership agreements - the first in a new series of advice pieces for local musicians from Blacks' music law man Pete Bott. | 390 hits
Band Profile: Pocket Of 3
Pocket of 3 are a group of four dedicated musicians performing a fine blend of Blues, Funk, Roots-Rock and Americana, featuring an alternative mix of drums, bass, lap-slide guitar and saxophone. | 458 hits
Band Profile: The Echo
The Echo are a group of musicians and songwriters descending from various backwaters across Northern England. With its Americana twist and tequila-toting atmosphere The Echo conjure a cinematic live sound. | 1,634 hits
Feature: Bomfest 2011
Can't beat the BOM Squad on 16th July.... Saturday 16th July sees Leeds deliver up some of its finest musicians to the BOM Squad for the yearly explosion of live music that is BOMFEST | 720 hits
News Article: Urban Fusion 2006 Go West
Professional musicians and amateurs with a passion for making music in West Leeds are being encouraged to take part in this year's Urban Fusion project. | 303 hits
Band Profile: A Perfect Rebound
post-hardcore emo | 830 hits
Live Review: Mark B & Blade
"...running out of time..." - it's a shame that this lyric signifies the end of an awareness-expanding insight into how great hip-hop can sound when in the hands of musicians as talented as Mark B & Blade. | 220 hits
News Article: Fifteen bands announced for Bright Young Things 2007
Fifteen musicians and bands from across the region have been given the chance to shine through Bright Young Things 07, the annual Leeds showcase organised by Leeds City Council that offers young local bands and solo artists the opportunity to work directly with industry professionals. | 946 hits
Band Profile: The New Unsociables
Accomplished songwriters and musicians Nick Waters and Mick Ward served many enjoyable years in 'The Lost 45's'. | 129 hits
News Article: 96.3 Radio Aire to showcase Leeds music
From January 10th 2010, Leeds musicians will get a chance to shine on a brand new show on 96.3 Radio Aire. | 913 hits
Band Profile: Gary Stewart
acoustic | 3,622 hits
News Article: Blind Dead McJones and Friends Jam NIght!
Blind Dead McJones and Friends is a Monthly jam night hosted by The Blind Dead McJones Band. The Jam Night will run the first Monday night of the month out of the Hop in Leeds (Granary Wharf, under the train station) and all musicians are invited to come down and join the Band for a few or perform on their own. | 244 hits
CD Review: Sam and Anna - Untitled
Sam and Anna hail from the band "Crash Ride", and are the envy of most musicians, being able to play at this standard and still in their teens. | 525 hits
News Article: Stu Hamm Masterclass comes to Leeds on 25th May
Legendary bass player Stu Hamm will be in Leeds this month delivering a multi-instrumental masterclass at Music Nation Leeds. | 157 hits
News Article: Leeds Music & Performing Arts Library to hold open day on Sunday 22nd February
As part of Leeds Central Library's Library Fest the Music & Performing Arts Library has announced that it will be opening its doors to welcome music collectives, community groups, training organisations, education establishments, students, and members of the general public. | 217 hits
Band Profile: Candessence
Candessence is a 10 piece funk and soul originals band breaking into the Yorkshire scene. | 6,079 hits
News Article: Bands wanted for Billy Bragg birthday bash...
Leeds 6 guitar shop Rockshack and venue Royal Park Cellars are getting together to jointly promote a charity show to celebrate the birthday of agit-prop rocker Billy Bragg - and the singer himself has backed the show by nominating a charity and donating a signed photo to raffle. | 595 hits
Band Profile: A Free Soul Poetic
A Free Soul Poetic are three musicians living in Leeds. Creating frenzied folk music and post modern blues of shambolic beauty. | 410 hits
Band Profile: B>E>A>K
Revered as one of the North-East's most vibrant and entertaining live bands, B>E>A>K consist of a group of experienced local musicians all heavily involved in the region's music scene. | 27 hits
News Article: Salt Song at Hyde Park Picture House
Something unusual's happening at Leeds' oldest cinema this week, as Salt Song combines the talents of musicians, artists and performers to bring the sea, and the sea shore to Hyde Park Picture House, spilling out onto the street with fortune teller, magician, a very large lobster, and a chorus of forgetful mermaids. | 184 hits
Band Profile: Andreya Triana
Former Leeds student, and Bootis former, now based in Brighton. | 3,049 hits
CD Review: Water Tower Bucket Boys - Sole Kitchen
It is becoming increasingly evident that Portland, Oregon is the place to be for all things American Folk related with a rich community from the likes of The Decemberists and Laura Veirs to more up and coming artists like Musee Mechanique. | 504 hits
Band Profile: One Man Glass Factory
One Man Glass Factory is a new Leeds based band. | 151 hits
News Article: Census time: 1 in every 2000 people in Leeds a 'musician'
The 2011 Census will be landing on doorsteps in March, and it is interesting to note how many people in Leeds list "musician" as their profession. | 583 hits
Band Profile: Blue Hobo
rock experimental | 645 hits
Venue: Brewery Tap
The Brewery Tap is located a mere stone's throw away from Leeds City Station. The venue hosts bi-weekly acoustic events and is the perfect place for musicians to meet up, for those waiting for a train or for people to chill out after trailing around the shops. | 410 hits
Band Profile: Northern Torch
Northern Torch blend a mixture of vibrant piano, sweet guitar licks and strong vocals, which produces a unique indie pop sound. | 545 hits
Live Review: Suit Up! + Sax Addict
Every Sunday, the Old Bar in Leeds University Union hosts a 'Sunday Set', allowing musicians - usually from the Uni, to showcase their talents. | 227 hits
Band Profile: Brothers on the Slide
Brothers on the Slide are a collective of Leeds based musicians who have performed together since 2004. | 279 hits
News Article: People In Jars in Leeds Guide on the gentrification of the city
People in Jars are not pulling any punches: read the article featuring their "politically astute message" here: | 379 hits
Band Profile: Bard
Musician and composer of orchestral "post" progressive rock? | 238 hits
Band Profile: Deerpark
nu-folk | 692 hits
Band Profile: Boss Caine
Like Tom Waits singing Ryan Adams if they had both had the good fortune to grow up in Yorkshire. | 860 hits
Band Profile: Little Roots
Little Roots feature Seb, ex D-Koy, on guitar and vocals, Imogen on vocals and their line-up is completed with funky drums from Jules, Feluka, and bass. | 83 hits
News Article: Mr Pasty @ St Bartholomew's Centre By John Hepworth
Stuff was still zooming along though, and door money (supporting learning disability projects) was transfigured by the value handed out by Mr Pasty, the band on stage at that moment. | 406 hits
Band Profile: Emma Duffy
NAME: Emma Duffy The 'Proper' little singer/songwriter from Leeds. Singing since the age of 5, and writing followed shortly after. | 398 hits
CD Review: Mitchell - Untitled
Five guys, no musicians, one demo CD, six tracks. Not very promising is it? It's some kind of rock from somewhere near Scunthorpe. | 222 hits
Band Profile: We Don't Dance To Love Songs
Four piece pop rock band from Hull | 109 hits
Band Profile: The Matt Burnside Band
Yorkshire Folk Pop | 714 hits
Band Profile: Clown Around Town
indie rock | 478 hits
CD Review: All Its Worth - The Golden Spoon Theory EP
Research says that All Its Worth, an emerging four-piece from Pudsey are a 'punk rock band' with influences listed as Muse, Placebo, 3 Colours Red and Hole, yet their debut EP is more fittingly described as catchy, guitar pop ditties. | 446 hits
Band Profile: Rik Lee
folk punk | 517 hits
Band Profile: Misery Business
Paramore tribute band | 168 hits
Band Profile: King Booty
deep house dance pop | 1,202 hits
Band Profile: Garron Frith
Garron Frith is a songwriter from the North West of England. After a gig with Grand Drive's Danny George Wilson he met musician/producer Simon J Alpin, the result was them making the debut album. | 273 hits
CD Review: The Real Losers - Crime Time
Two tracks each. This is as bad as it gets. Pop Threat are less incompetent than The Real Losers, and they do have an idea in the first track (No Way Out) that could have been a Blondie out take if the shockingly bad middle eight was cut and session musicians were used. | 357 hits
CD Review: Pop Threat - No Way Out
Two tracks each. This is as bad as it gets. Pop Threat are less incompetent than The Real Losers, and they do have an idea in the first track (No Way Out) that could have been a Blondie out take if the shockingly bad middle eight was cut and session musicians were used. | 275 hits
Band Profile: The Ska-Souls
Ska / Reggae/ Punk Show band based in Leeds | 4,822 hits
News Article: Asda gives space to local music
From Monday 22nd August, Asda Pudsey will begin a three month trial of local music in store with West Yorkshire music hub, Limetree Promotions. | 656 hits
News Article: Johnny Poindexter release their debut album...
Johnny Poindexter have released their debut album titled "Place Your Trust In Empty Spaces". The CD is available now from Crash records, Borders and from the band's website. | 305 hits
CD Review: Commercial Dual Purpose - The James Bailey Experience
I got such a charming email. And the two-part album on lovingly made CD-Rs (£2 each, £3 the pair) looked so good that I really wanted to review and like this album. | 441 hits
Band Profile: Motion
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Motion is Chris Coode from London, an artist who records for Taylor Deupree's respected 12K minimal electronic imprint. | 351 hits
Band Profile: Brand New Analogues
rock | 2,635 hits
Live Review: Gogol Bordello + The Wytches + Allusondrugs + Carnabells
I had a rather busy day planned with several interviews, so had to make sure I caught what I could and I started my Leeds Festival 2014 with The Wytches. | 351 hits
Band Profile: Leo Brazil
Hailing from Huddersfield Leo Brazil [and his Twitch] play exciting, memorable and original songs that combine many influences. | 733 hits
News Article: Bingley Music Live 2012 day split announced
Organisers of the annual Bingley Music Live festival have today revealed the day split for the event to be held in Myrtle Park in late August and September 2012. | 808 hits
Band Profile: The Priority Chase
The Priority Chase is an acoustic duo consisting of music promoters and ex session musicians Phil 'Twig' Graham and Nathan 'Nay' Harrison. | 86 hits
Band Profile: Bassa Bassa
merchants of musical mayhem... a jazz dance legend from Leeds | 275 hits
Band Profile: Hjaltalín
The band Hjaltalín began as a one-act thing in the music scene of MH, a Reykjavik gymnasium that is renowned for harboring musicians. | 92 hits
Band Profile: Troy Faid
Acoustic / Folk / Blues | 411 hits
Band Profile: Alex Rennie & The City Bohemians
Alex Rennie is a songwriter from Derbyshire now residing in Leeds. His songs tell stories of unrequited love, sneaking into quarries and having bad teeth. | 141 hits
Band Profile: The Survivors
We are a four sometimes five piece band, doing covers from different eras and genres. We were formed in December 2009 for a one-off gig for a reunion party, but we enjoyed it so much that we are going to do more gigs. | 279 hits
Live Review: Fear Factory
Fear Factory must be doing something right if they still manage to attract thousands of young kids to their show, all donned in black t-shirts and all clearly intent on going fucking mental. | 249 hits
Band Profile: Redneck Renegade
Gary Ross - Tom Goodwin - Mike Heaton - Daz Haley. Rock n roll has a tendency to ignore boundaries. In the case of Redneck Renegade, the boundaries ignored are geographical. | 216 hits
Band Profile: Backyard Burners
We are a new duo from Leeds called Backyard Burners. We are a duo but often play with other musicians (Mark Pugh on banjo & a fiddle player mainly). | 830 hits
Band Profile: Bootscraper
Bootscraper are a seven piece Country'n'Eastern/ Agro-Folk group from Leeds. | 791 hits
Band Profile: Lucas
Born in Buenos Aires, Lucas began is musical career as a soloist, playing in coffees and pubs around the world. | 119 hits
News Article: East Leeds FM launch their second 24 hour Musicathon
This May Day weekend community radio station East Leeds FM launch their second 24 hour Musicathon. From 3pm on Saturday 1st May the Musicathon brings together a whole host of bands and performers from across Leeds for a musical spectacular, performed live from Seacroft Methodist Chapel. | 481 hits
Band Profile: Paddy Gunn
Acoustic musings from Horsforth, Leeds. Inspired by the Merseybeat and R&B movements of the 60's, and traditional Irish folk music, Paddy Gunn blends simplistic guitar work and strong vocal melodies into emotionally charged numbers reminiscent of Elliot Smith, Dallas Green and Damien Rice. | 236 hits
News Article: The B-Side Project launches in Leeds
The B-Side Project is a remix competition that is running in 10 cities across 5 countries. The Leeds Project launched in January 2011 and the organisers are on the search for Leeds musicians to take part. | 551 hits
Band Profile: Broken Flowers
Leeds based 4 piece playing original American influenced Rock with a nod to Americana and Alt. Country. | 435 hits
CD Review: Cooler Green - Untitled
Is there a best selling book I don't know about, entitled "Clichés for Songwriters"? Is it available in all good bookshops? | 216 hits
Band Profile: Germain
Based in four corners of Leeds, Germain are a band formed through the Leeds College of Music. The band members have being performing extensively for the past x amount of years in various acts and groups but this is a new project, founded by songwriter Jake Germain-Whiskin, who hand picked the best musicians and friends. | 416 hits
Band Profile: The Haggis Horns
funk soul jazz | 5,680 hits
Band Profile: On The Mangle
alternative indie rock | 228 hits
News Article: New music night at St Marks Church
A recently renovated old church building is opening its doors to help showcase some of the city's most talented new musicians. | 224 hits
News Article: New Leeds radio station Interplay Radio looking for unsigned bands...
Over Easter a new Leeds radio station called Interplay Radio will emerge, broadcasting on FM from the 2-8th April. | 607 hits
Band Profile: The Total Stone Roses
The UK's No.1 Stone Roses Tribute Band | 378 hits
News Article: La Machine release 'Spirit Level EP'
La Machine is the new project from Lee Morris and Natalie Bolton, formerly of electro-goth duo Lovebites. | 214 hits
Band Profile: Fulibulbus
dub rock dance | 1,088 hits
Band Profile: Duende
There are several musicians under the name Duende. There's a Chicano rapper under this name. A trio of the three German's, Gregory Engelhardt, Thorsten Wittig & Antonio Moreno, who produce Trance music go under this name. | 189 hits
Band Profile: Liam O'Donnell
acoustic | 689 hits
Live Review: 30 Day Hex + Pop Threat + Distophia
Distophia play cool lo-fi indie with franticly fast guitars and pop melodies. Lots of distortion and effects muddle the sound a little, and whilst they're a small-compact-venue-sort-of-band, ideal for the Fenton, there are what-would-that-sound-like-at-the-Well moments. | 342 hits
Band Profile: Extra Curricular
Jack Flash (MC/Vocals) Ruby Wood (Vocals) Thabo (Vocals) Jack Button (Bass) Martin Chung (Guitar) Noah Burton (Drums) Jezreal Joseph (Sax) Extra Curricular are Hip-Hop / Soul / Funk group from Huddersfield. | 933 hits
Band Profile: Billy Bragg
Stephen William Bragg (born 20th December 1957), known as Billy Bragg, is an English musician known for his blend of folk, punk-rock, and protest music. | 367 hits
Band Profile: Scott Wainwright
Scott Wainwright is currently working on an album of brand new material. Those who have recently caught Scott live, will have noticed a departure from the instrumental work of his last album 'Adventures in Nylon'. | 437 hits
Band Profile: Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos
Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos was formed in London in January 2008. This young quintet is made up of traveling musicians from different parts of the globe, who bring together their backgrounds and experiences in a celebration of music with no regional boundaries. | 83 hits
CD Review: Exis - Untitled
As a solo electronic musician, EXIS (AKA Joe Williams) has a whole world at his fingertips, an entire universe of possibilities and adventures. | 248 hits
Band Profile: The Moot
Experimental band from Huddersfield. | 515 hits
Band Profile: The Hijacked
Straight up Rock n' Roll. | 558 hits
News Article: Leeds bands and music fans lose the popular BBC Raw Talent radio show
With immediate effect BBC Radio Leeds has decided to cease broadcasting Raw Talent, the weekly two-hour programme of new regional music presented by Hull's Alan Raw and produced by Katie Noone for BBC Radio Humberside. | 2,317 hits
Band Profile: Dice City Lights
Dice City Lights are energetic alternative-rock from Leeds. 'Simply amazing!' - Tom Robinson BBC | 393 hits
CD Review: The Hedrons - Heatseeker
With the noise of American hardcore, driving, distorted guitars, but with indie vocals over the top, these Glaswegian lasses are similar vocally to Juliette and the Licks, minus of course the male Licks. | 305 hits
Live Review: Nina Nastasia
Apart from the most spellbinding songs, drawn from all three albums, Nina Nastasia also treated us tonight to five world class accompanists and some astonishing arrangements that had been worked out in just a couple of days before the gig. | 735 hits
Band Profile: Hard Shoulder
Covers band | 377 hits
News Article: Win a Fully Funded Tour through JD Roots
UK Uprising in Association with JD Roots The Winning band receives; • A fully funded tour with Festival opportunities the following year. | 99 hits
Band Profile: The Amber Sleep
The Amber Sleep is the songwriting outlet of Graham Jones (also of The Exploits of Elaine and The Good Anna), and a band formed in 2008 with 8 other musicians: Natalie Guest, Sophie Green, Tom Denning, Lauren Smith, Ramzy Alwakeel, Stuart Robinson, Nicolar Bell and Alex Nicklin. | 627 hits
CD Review: Sonic Youth - Hits Are For Squares
It's not until you hear a full collection like this that you realise how influential Sonic Youth have been on the music and musicians of today. | 497 hits
Live Review: Duncan McFarlane Band
What Otley has rightly become used to when the Duncan McFarlane Band plays the Folk Festival there, is a glowingly satisfied home crowd with a similar reaction from visitors who know the band's sound - and amidst all this, many new listeners simply astounded at the quality of Duncan and his musicians. | 765 hits
Band Profile: Georgia Thursting
19 year old singer-songwriter studying at Leeds College of Music | 122 hits
Band Profile: The Stays
Melodic, atmospheric indie rock and roll. | 856 hits
Band Profile: Sam Payne
I do a raunchy, moody, entertaining set solo. Thumping blues/boogie, jazz on piano and vocals. As well as self penned songs I pay respect to the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Nina Simone, Billie Holiday, Big Mama Thornton. | 159 hits
Band Profile: The Ugo
alternative rock | 219 hits
News Article: Coast review
"Third time we've seen COAST now and they ROCK!! • Great vocal harmonies, • Great musicians, • Good fun on stage, • Massive repertoire of old/modern, pop/rock. | 275 hits
Live Review: Thirteen:13
Polished melodic indie rock that is not unpleasant but nowt to go mad for. Okay, soaring immaculate vocals from Ben Etchells and some interesting moments lifted from their debut LP 'Deny Everything' - but there's nothing new here. | 222 hits
Band Profile: AC & The Funtime Band
AC & The Funtime Band are an eight-piece Soul / Motown Band which started in 2010. | 76 hits
News Article: Music company samples success
Leeds-based music production company Joe Williams Music has linked up with Seattle's to provide content for the website, which offers copyright-free loops and samples for musicians and producers. | 187 hits
News Article: Bright Young Things 2003 line-up announced...
CD Review: One Night Only - It's About Time
Now, don't get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with One Night Only. Certainly, they are very accomplished musicians, seem to be nice people and are liked enough by the British public (who voted a dog through to the final of Britain's Got Talent remember) to have two Top 40 singles and a Top Ten album. | 257 hits
Band Profile: Trust Fund Pirates
Trust Fund Pirates were formed in 2010 by Nic Fuller and Marcus Foster as a small team of musicians pretty bored by the repetetive over sampling of music from the last 20 years. | 129 hits
Band Profile: Out of Nowhere
Chris Pickard - Lead Guitar & Vocals Darren Oddy - Guitars & Vocals Pete Hiley - Drums & Vocals Steve Anderson - Bass & Vocals Rock cover band made up of 4 talented Yorkshire musicians who love entertaining audiences with rock songs that sound very close the original versions. | 394 hits
Band Profile: Nature Of The Beast
Spazzy spliffcore rapcore alt-rock band from Leeds. | 496 hits
Live Review: The Durbervilles
There are certain bands who have been busy round West Yorkshire for quite a few years, getting better at what they do rather more quickly than they get better known for doing it. | 577 hits
News Article: El Cartel to put on Cancer Research benefit on Briggate
On Saturday 25th September 2010, local Leeds band El Cartel will be performing live on Briggate, Leeds city centre in aid of Cancer Research. | 475 hits
CD Review: Mirrorkicks - Turning Up
This single is as good as music can get without being interesting in any way. It chugs along. It wigs out intermittently with some tasty enough guitar licks. | 296 hits
News Article: Leeds bands confirmed for SXSW 2010
Pulled Apart by Horses, Scars On 45, Kava Kava and Middleman and musicians Serious Sam Barrett and Laura Groves (aka Blue Roses) have all been named as part of the SXSW 2010 line up. | 1,058 hits
Band Profile: Little Wings
Little Wings is a musical project started in 1998 by Kyle Field (born in San Luis Obispo, California), who has been joined by assorted musicians, many from K Records, who have released six Little Wings albums. | 227 hits
Band Profile: The Hidden Cameras
The Hidden Cameras are a Canadian indie pop band. Fronted by singer-songwriter Joel Gibb, the band consists of a varying roster of musicians who play what Gibb describes as "gay church folk music". | 139 hits
Live Review: Mr Pasty
A night of surprises in the shadow of that clumpy pointed church you can see from everywhere. LMS/LeedsGigs listed a venue unknown to me within a mile of where I've lived for years. | 425 hits
CD Review: Lowfields - Untitled
Despite only forming four months prior to this recording, Leeds act Lowfields' first ever demo is two tracks of instantly likeable mainstream rock, played by very accomplished musicians. | 312 hits
Band Profile: Roxyrama
A Tribute To Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music | 900 hits
Band Profile: Rosie Doonan
Rosie Doonan: Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Uke Gary Stewart: Acoustic Guitar, Drums and Vocals Katriona Gilmore: Violin, Mandolin, Vocals Sarah Smout: Cello, Vocals Miklos Woodwood: Bass Guitar JonnytheFirth: Electric Guitar Rosie Doonan is an exciting new singer songwriter. | 3,648 hits
Band Profile: Space Ritual
Space Ritual is a rock band formed by former Hawkwind singer and saxophonist Nik Turner. It routinely features former Hawkwind musicians and plays old Hawkwind tracks. | 202 hits
Band Profile: The Olympic Symphonium
The Olympic Symphonium is a unique collaboration between three accomplished Maritime musicians. With the hopes of forming a quiet escape from their accustomed high-energy rock/pop projects, the idea of this group was to focus more on the subtle, gentler side of music. | 135 hits
Band Profile: Shakinouts
indie pop alternative | 1,231 hits
Band Profile: The Signs
Dan Pearson - Vox/Guitar Sean Hatherley - Lead Guitar Mike Neilson - Drums Scott Coutts - Bass/Vox The Signs are here to stay..four talented and charismatic musicians brought together by a love of soaring melodies, roaring guitars and seismic drums, the boys have a knack for creating radio-friendly choruses made to be sung around stadiums around the world. | 594 hits
Band Profile: Lost Winter
Keeping music DIY since 2013! | 176 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Urban Fusion II
Mark Wright of Our Tuli sent this great CD in to LMS. And that tells a tale, by omission. Arts Leeds of the City Council, and a whole boatload of worthy sponsors put time and cash in to make the project possible. | 755 hits
News Article: Futuresound 2005 applications now open...
Applications for Futuresound 2005, the annual event that provides West Yorkshire's bands and musicians with the opportunity to appear at Leeds Carling Weekend Festival, are now being accepted. | 1,110 hits
CD Review: Kerouac - I Hope Everything's Alright In Your World
Andy Aitchison and Dan Little are in ambitious territory with this CD. There are the basic shapes of three good songs. | 412 hits
Feature: Advent Calendar: 11th December
Day 11 of LMS's Advent Calendar 2011 | 407 hits
Band Profile: Robert J Langley
Rob has been playing around Leeds for several years as a member of Hyde Park Times, more recently with Feluka and on his own, playing such disparate styles as pop, folk, soul, rock, jazz, funk, world, ska, reggae, psychedelia, avant garde and pretty much anything else you'd care to mention. | 343 hits
CD Review: Jon Jones and the Beatniks Movement - Freak Show
Is this a demo or a single? The sleeve insert has only the words Freak Show on it many times, around the wide-eyed face of one who has beheld something.  The disc itself is a Maxell CD-R 52X with no ID for the musicians making such good use of it. | 441 hits
Band Profile: Jamie Fletcher Band
"With engaging and immediate heartfelt songs, Jamie and his band are a blast of pure pop goodness for your soul." - Ed Heaton. | 204 hits
News Article: Corinne Bailey Rae nominated at 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards and 2007 MOBO Awards
Corinne Bailey Rae has been nominated for the 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards in the Ultimate Urban category and as Best UK Female Artist in the 2007 MOBO Awards. | 513 hits
Band Profile: Glory Never Fades
punk | 553 hits
Band Profile: Nshwa
Formed over the past 2 years, Nshwa bring together an eclectic collection of musicians from different fields in Leeds music scene. | 139 hits
Band Profile: David Viner
Think Nick Drake having a session with Leon Redbone and Son House and you come up with something close to Mr. | 194 hits
Band Profile: Bare Faced Cheek
Wedding Band / Party Band | 478 hits
Band Profile: InSatellites
InSatellites are an alternative rock five piece from Leeds | 784 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - United Sounds of the HiFi Club
This brilliant compilation showcases a whole music scene that a lot of the other parts hardly touch. American style funk, soul and R&B is not exactly leading edge these days. | 522 hits
Band Profile: Tom Rodwell
Performer of improvised rearrangements of obscure blues and 19th century slave-era spirituals and work songs. | 6,071 hits
Band Profile: ZZ Eliminator
tribute | 267 hits
News Article: Fifteen bands announced for Bright Young Things 2006...
Leeds City Council have announced the fifteen bands that have been selected for Bright Young Things 2006, a project that provides opportunities for Leeds bands and musicians to record in local studios, have professional photoshoots and will see them feature in a nationally distributed promotional compilation CD. | 978 hits
CD Review: All My Friends Are Dead - Untitled
Another group to add to the new movement of Leeds-based post-rock outfits, All My Friends Are Dead arrive with a three-track debut demo that, while showcasing a promising musical style, still feels a little unfinished. | 446 hits
Band Profile: The VCs
A military research centre, location and purpose unknown: scientist Keyop-503 creates Fembot-S4FF for use as a spy droid by Vocoder Joe. | 167 hits
CD Review: Water - Monkey Steps
Bradford's Water pleasingly don't fit the usual sweaty longhaired contingent of the city. This album is proficiently played by 3 talented musicians, produced by former Cure levels changer Steve Whitfield, has as much professionalism about it as you would hope, and 11 (that's eleven) songs that borrow a number of classic ideas... | 286 hits
News Article: Tomorrow We Sail release 'The White Rose'
Leeds seven-piece Tomorrow We Sail have announced the release of 'The White Rose' on November 28th 2011. | 271 hits
News Article: Corinne Bailey Rae receives three Grammy nominations
Leeds-based solo artist Corinne Bailey Rae is up against Mary J Blige and James Blunt as the 49th Grammy Award nominations were revealed today. | 610 hits
Band Profile: Brendan Croker
Brendan Croker is described as a sympathetic, maybe rough, pubrocker with big ears, one of the most pleasant musicians to come out of England (as described by a German folk magazine). | 504 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. | 616 hits
News Article: Leeds Festival to include a dedicated stage to showcase Northern bands...
Leeds Festival 2005 will feature an extra stage of music this year, its specific purpose being to showcase bands from the North of England. | 1,725 hits
Band Profile: Bill Wells
Bill Wells (born Falkirk) is a Scottish bassist and composer. He is best known for his group the Bill Wells Octet during the early 1990s, but he has performed and recorded in a wide range of settings, including collaborations with The Pastels, Maher Shalal Hash Baz, Future Pilot A.K.A., Lol Coxhill and more recently Isobel Campbell. | 171 hits
News Article: Frank Turner added to the line-up for Live At Leeds 2014
Live at Leeds 2014 have revealed a surprise Friday treat today as they announced Frank Turner as a late addition to the line-up on Saturday 3rd May. | 325 hits
Band Profile: Kath and the Mighty Menace
In the interest of bringing explosive sound to the music loving people of Leeds, lead vocalist, Kath Edmonds of Just Kath fame and the dynamic duo of former Japanese Fighting Fish - Steve Ramsden (Bass) and Paul Crowther (Drums) are picking up their musical weapons to form Kath and the Mighty Menace; a mind blowing Jekyll and Hyde musical tussle that'll have your audio-networks tingling. | 596 hits
CD Review: Gratitude - Drive Away
Jonah Matranga's newest outfit it is then. A near legend in the, dare I say it, emo world - leading such bands as Far and Onlinedrawing to great success and also guest starring on many friends' and musicians' releases due to the respect he commands in his occupation Jonah is obviously very talented, let's put it that way. | 373 hits
Band Profile: Still Flyin'
More of a collective than an actual rock band, Still Flyin' is the brainchild of singer/songwriter Sean Rawls, who formed it in late 2004 in San Francisco after relocating there from Athens, GA, in 2003. | 120 hits
Band Profile: Jordan Senior
Troy - Lead Guitar Ben - Rhythm Guitar Rob - Drums Adam - Double Bass Edd - Saxophone & Clarinet Jordan - Vocals, Harmonica, Rhythm Guitar Jordan has just released Cold Calling on Workshy Records. | 443 hits
News Article: Bands wanted for WTP Battle Of The Bands 2007
Bands are now being sought for the WTP Battle Of The Bands 2007 competition that is scheduled to take place at the Snooty Fox and The Jockey venues in Wakefield over the next few months. | 794 hits
Band Profile: Party Station
Party Station were formed in 2002 by alumni of Leeds College of Music. The band has been working across Yorkshire on weddings, University Balls, parties and corporate events since then. | 53 hits
News Article: Want to play at Leeds Festival? Read on for Futuresound 2003 details...
Now that the location for Leeds Festival 2003 have been determined (Bramham Park for those that missed it), attention now turns to Futuresound 2003 which gives six local bands the opportunity to take to the festival stages alongside their favourite UK and international bands and musicians. | 477 hits
Band Profile: Carbon Party
Amy Reddington - Vocals Ingi Hughes - Vocals/Guitar Jamie O'Neill - Bass/Guitar/Vocals Connor McDermott - Guitar/Vocals Sam Kelly - Percussion We started as Ingi & Jamie, two young musicians from sunny Yorkshire having fun playing music. | 225 hits
News Article: Leeds bands honoured at the first Independent Leeds Music Awards...
Leeds' diverse music community was honoured last night in the inaugural Independent Leeds Music Awards. | 2,161 hits
Band Profile: these.walls.have.ears
Experimental / alternative / moody elcetro / pop with multi-layered vocals | 262 hits
Band Profile: Lou Barlow
Lou Barlow (born July 17, 1966) is a musician born in Ohio but more commonly associated with the late-80s to early-90s Western Mass-Boston music axis. | 173 hits
News Article: Arthur Rigby & The Baskervylles celebrate single launch with 60-piece concert orchestra
Arthur Rigby & The Baskervylles will be launching their first single 'On my Own' on Saturday 28th November with a gig in York with the 60-piece University of York Concert Orchestra. | 446 hits
Venue: Joseph's Well
Joseph's Well is now known as The Well. Joseph's Well has been a live music venue for a number of years now, picking up some of the slack left by The Duchess and evolving into a 7-nights a week outlet for live music from local unsigned to international tours. | 8,910 hits
Band Profile: The Rhythm Sisters
acoustic pop indie | 2,262 hits
Band Profile: Beak>
Beak> is the new project of Geoff Barrow (of Portishead) with fellow Bristol musicians Billy Fuller (Fuzz Against Junk) and Matt Williams (Team Brick). | 56 hits
News Article: Calling all bands - Win a free music video
Calling all bands, singers and musicians. Win a free music video with Dreamtime Film WE HAVE A MUSIC VIDEO WITHOUT THE MUSIC! | 205 hits
News Article: Don't let xfactor get to Christmas No1! Support this!!
Hello all! First of all if you can all cast your minds back to Christmas 2009 you will remember the worldwide facebook/internet campaign that got Rage Againts The Machine's Killing In The Name to Christmas no1 2009. | 411 hits
Band Profile: Medicine For The Meek
Medicine For The Meek formed in early 2007 when singer songwriter Shara Meek collaborated with some of Leeds Finest musicians. | 875 hits
Band Profile: The King Blues
The King Blues are a political band accredited for fusing ska and folk together with influences from punk rock. | 373 hits
News Article: Spirit Of John announce release of their debut single
Halifax acoustic duo Spirit Of John have announced release of their debut single. 'The Hanging Ark' will be released on 9th December 2011 through the Ginhouse Records label. | 265 hits
Band Profile: SuB->TERROR<-NeA
metal industrial | 237 hits
Live Review: BSSM
Anyone interested in the Leeds Music Scene will know that Joseph's Well is a hotbed of talent. What most people don't know is that on the other side of the infamous bar there is talent lurking in nearly every member of staff. | 187 hits
CD Review: The Mars Volta - L'via L'viaquez
What's this? Everyone's favourite genre melding, afro haired nutcases The Mars Volta go funk? Believe it. | 595 hits
Band Profile: Cortney Tidwell
Possessing a beautiful voice and an ethereal melodic sense that suggests a freak folk variation on Mazzy Star or This Mortal Coil, singer and songwriter Cortney Tidwell was born into a family of musicians, but in her early life this heritage seemed as much a curse as a blessing. | 133 hits
Band Profile: Decoy
7 Different Bands: 1)Decoy are ex-jazz musicians Ian Chaplin and Philip Rex, who hail from Melbourne, Australia and play progressive psytrance. | 746 hits
Band Profile: Can't Kill The Heat
Towards the end of 2008, 3 friends (Members of BOYS WITH BEAKS and EVERY SECOND OF EVERYDAY) decided to progress a studio project forward into a live setup with a full band. | 322 hits
Band Profile: Fozzy
Fozzy is a heavy rock band, fronted by professional wrestler Chris Jericho , and also including musicians from Stuck Mojo and on their recent album, guests from other established metal bands. | 53 hits
News Article: GirlsOnDrugs win Centre Stage 2014 to book slot at Leeds Festival 2014
Another place on the Reading & Leeds Festival line ups was confirmed this week following the final of the Centre Stage 2014 competition. | 597 hits
Band Profile: John McCusker
John McCusker is one of Scotland's foremost traditional musicians. A professional since the age of seventeen, he was a vital member of the renowned Battlefield Band and toured the world with them for 11 years. | 332 hits
Band Profile: Andyshades & Us
acoustic psychedelic alternati | 354 hits
News Article: The Mexanines to release their debut single
The Mexanines have announced the release of their debut single later this month. The single - Shimmer - is the Q Magazine "single of the week" and also features in the next issue of Artrocker. | 295 hits
News Article: Leeds bands invited to a free music industry networking day on 3rd June
Host Media Centre in Chapeltown will stage a free music industry networking day on Saturday June 3rd. | 501 hits
News Article: Bands come together in December in aid of charity
Leeds musicians are coming together this month in aid of charity. The first gig will take place at Carpe Diem on Sunday 5th December and features Leesa Mae, Pray For Hayden, Raw Peaches, Cor Amor and The Blind Dead McJones Band. | 476 hits
Band Profile: Meet The Storm
"Meet the Storm" is a five piece band that was founded at the end of 2007, by Rotterdam based musicians. | 104 hits
News Article: Worriedaboutsatan release a remix album of 'Arrivals'
Following on from the critically acclaimed debut album 'Arrivals', released in May, Leeds based electronica duo Worriedaboutsatan returned this week with a 2 CD collection of remixes gathered from fans and friends across the world. | 345 hits
CD Review: Martha - Kids knee deep in the Power of Love
Martha quickly establish a big power-pop sound on this 3 track release. It's energetic and well played, produced etc, but the overall songwriting is still someway of the polished finish of the CD packaging. | 286 hits
Band Profile: Breton
Breton = musicians/filmmakers/remixers/ Breton began life in a warehouse somewhere in South East London. | 89 hits
News Article: Salvo's restaurant and Salumaria
What does Brett get up to when not making tortelloni with braised shin or linguine with mussels and razor clams? | 300 hits
Band Profile: Crosscut Saw
Blues | 1,703 hits
News Article: Rob Nichols releases his third album this week...
Rob Nichols will be releasing his third album on 15th March with a free in-store lunchtime (12.30pm) set at Small Note Records (formerly CD centre). | 247 hits
CD Review: She's Not Dead - Bedtime Stories
Some very accomplished playing, programming and production work lifts this 3 song (2 and 1 remix) CD out of the "ordinary" category, but limitations in the lyrics and overall sound holds it back from moving into the "extra-ordinary" league. | 345 hits
Band Profile: Red Light Riot
Jordan Kenningley - Lead vocals, Bass guitar Alex Hoole - Lead/Rhythm guitars, Backing vocals Reece Chopping - Drums/percussion, Backing vocals Oliver O'brien - Rhythm guitar We are Red Light Riot, we formed in October 2009 under the band name Tragic Minds there were 3 of us and then we became a 4 piece, played our first show and our lead singer/rhythm guitarist left. | 91 hits
CD Review: The Darkness - One Way Ticket
How long has it been since we last saw The Darkness release a single? It must have been almost two years ago and there was almost no sign of them re-emerging! | 642 hits
Band Profile: Jerico*
Danny Yates - Vocals, Lead Guitar Jono Yates - Guitar, Backing Vocals Tom Emmett - Bass Guitar Nici Todd - Drums Jerico* are a mixture of post punk / indie rock. | 704 hits
Band Profile: T-Model Ford
James Lewis Carter Ford (born in Forest, Mississippi, 1924) is an American blues musician better known by his stage name, T-Model Ford. | 195 hits
Live Review: David Kitt
Ahhh, Leeds festival, the well-known meeting point for the world's loud and not-for-the-fainthearted rock bands, some with egos so big they match the intensity of their sound. | 271 hits
Band Profile: Kid British
KID BRITISH create their own noise by mixing a bit of this with a bit of that and ending up with one big fat delicious sandwich. | 219 hits
Band Profile: The Heaviside
Live Hip-hop band. | 356 hits
CD Review: Dot Allison - Strung Out
Dot Allison is famous for something or other. Afterglow it was called. She's got a self-produced album out called "we are Science" and she's label mates with Parva, Gorky and Saint Etienne. | 359 hits
CD Review: The Search Map - Tiny Victories EP
Hearing genuinely talented musicians for the first time is something that I experience very rarely. The Tiny Victories EP by The Search Map gave me one such experience. | 317 hits
News Article: The Leeds music scene gets a ReWrite...
A new collective of producers, DJs, promoters and artists have come together to form the ReWrite project, a new night starting at The Faversham on 3rd November that organisers hope "will rejuvenate the Leeds music scene and bring like-minded people together". | 395 hits
News Article: 96.3 Aire FM continue to offer airplay to local bands via its Music Express show...
96.3 Radio Aire is continuing to show its commitment to the up-and-coming music scene in Leeds in 2005 with the continuation of a weekly Music Express feature. | 1,073 hits
Band Profile: Atlantic Dash
During the summer of 2003, fresh from studying music at Northampton College, Nathan, Ethan and Stuart gathered some of the town's musicians in a room to find the remaining members of their new band. | 233 hits
Live Review: Juana Molina + Vetiver + Vashti Bunyan + Adem
At the time of discovering that this particular tour was to take place I was convinced that Leeds (and the majority of the other cities involved) wouldn't see a stronger line-up (festivals aside) all year long. | 496 hits
CD Review: Micah P Hinson - Yard of Blonde Girls
Jeff Buckley drowned in the Wolf River in Tennessee on the eve of recording his sophomore studio album My Sweetheart the Drunk in 1997. | 611 hits
Band Profile: The Fold
A group plagued by major-label woes and break-ups, that was exactly what was essential for The Fold's resilience: healing. | 213 hits
Band Profile: Laughing Gravy
The Laughing Gravy was a 1967 side project of Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean that only released one single. | 439 hits
Band Profile: Broadcast 2000
Broadcast 2000 sees Joe Steer combine cello, double bass, guitar, ukulele, glockenspiel, banjo, percussion and his own layered vocals to create unique sounding mini symphonies, all written and recorded in the bedroom of his north London flat. | 201 hits
News Article: Oxjam 2007 looking for volunteer Music Event Organisers
Oxjam 2007 is Oxfam's biggest, most ambitious music event ever and they are asking Leeds musicians and promoters to put on all kinds of music events during October 2007 to raise money for Oxfam. | 523 hits
Live Review: Gary Stewart Band
Apologies to all others on the bill at the Courthouse; the Gary Stewart Band was the only complete set a busy night allowed me. | 570 hits
Live Review: John McCusker Band
How far beyond expectation is the word 'lush' when describing Scottish traditional music? Well, it can turn up here - because the musicians are the John McCusker Band, and listening to them you get the quality of the playing, the power of the sound, and a strength that is not a matter of amplification. | 428 hits
CD Review: Ali Whitton - Miracle
There's an influx of singer/songwriters at the moment, not just in Leeds but seemingly everywhere. The opening acoustic strum of 'Miracle' is soon followed by Whitton's voice, which contains a distinct quiver to it and gives him and edge from the off, he has an interesting voice and he sounds like Ali Whitton, not someone else. | 599 hits
Band Profile: The Black Bloc
Formed in the autumn of 2006, The Black Bloc spent the following 10 months locked in their rehearsal room, endlessly jamming and creating brand new material. | 543 hits
News Article: Mi Mye to release 'Senc of the Shaking' on 15th November
Mi Mye - Wakefield's Jamie Lockhart and friends - have announced the release of the 12-track album 'Senc of the Shaking' on 15th November via the Trash Aesthetics label. | 467 hits
CD Review: New York Alcoholic Anxiety Attack - The Man With Four Tears
It would be easy to pigeonhole the New York Alcoholic Anxiety Attack as angsty post hardcore. I'm sure the word "post" has probably been overused; unfortunately I felt this is the only way to describe most of their CD. | 298 hits
Band Profile: Salsa Como Loco
This band is for dancing. Set up by members of various bands including The Peace Artistes, Bassa Bassa, Duende, Red Herrings, Small World Band and Bradford Samba band, with an overpowering love of, and desire to play, Cuban style Salsa dance music, their main reason for playing is to get people dancing (and no we don't care how you move so long as you do). | 182 hits
News Article: Alex Rennie & The City Bohemians announces EP launch
Alex Rennie & The City Bohemians have announced the release of their debut EP, 'All At Sea'. The EP, which was mixed and mastered by Rich Collins at Snug Recording Co, Derby, is released on 16th November 2013 and is available in two formats: pay-what-you-like digital download and CD with hand screen-printed gatefold sleeve. | 273 hits
News Article: Leeds bands to raise money for Martin House Children's Hospice
Leeds bands and musicians will be coming together later this month to raise money for the Martin House Children's Hospice charity. | 453 hits
News Article: Bright Young Things 2008 live showcases announced
Leeds City Council's Bright Young Things 2008 (BYT) project is now well underway. The young musicians have now had their professional photographs taken and completed their time in the studio, laying down tracks for the Bright Young Things Compilation CD, which will be available for free with The Leeds Guide on 5th March. | 540 hits
Band Profile: Exoterik
rock | 809 hits
News Article: Leeds bands to support Oxjam charity on October 17th
Leeds bands will come together this weekend to raise money for Oxfam charity, via the Oxjam music festival network. | 350 hits
Live Review: Sawthroat + Swamp Donkey + Mizkarrage of Justice
MIZKARRAGE OF JUSTICE - for a first gig these guys did well! They opened their set with 'So What' by Metallica and surprisingly did well. | 344 hits
News Article: Oporto to host charity acoustic event
Fun-lovin' music bar Oporto are helping spread some Christmas cheer by hosting a live acoustic evening to help raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. | 356 hits
Live Review: Tunng with Tinariwen
Many great musicians have collaborated over the years but no collaboration is as exciting as this: a folk-electronica group and Touareg desert blues musicians from sub-Saharan Africa. | 469 hits
Band Profile: Over The Atlantic
Over the Atlantic songs are written by Nik Brinkman and lovingly produced by Bevan Smith, two of the most intriguing musicians in New Zealand. | 198 hits
Band Profile: Broken Social Scene
Broken Social Scene is an indie rock group formed in 1999 in Toronto, Canada. The band's core members are Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning. | 311 hits
Band Profile: I am Jack
I am Jack were four piece alternative/progressive rock band from York, England. They were similar musically to bands such as Sigur Ros and Mogwai. | 297 hits
News Article: The View from The Music give Jacko Poli 8/10
Music website The View from the Music have reviewed Jacko Poli's debut album and scored it 8 out of 10. | 142 hits
CD Review: Lester Bartlett - Freeky Toady
I'll be the first to admit that there are lots of things in my past that I once called accomplishments and yet the very thought of re-visiting them is enough to make me quietly weep. | 307 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. | 267 hits
Band Profile: Lowfields
Leeds based energetic and entertaining live Indie Rock four piece | 392 hits
CD Review: Diverse - It's Making Me Crazy EP
Diverse. A word true to fact in this band, as five people from backgrounds ranging from members of senior choir to musical freaks come together and create a musical sound which is so new in today's scene with two vocalists. | 331 hits
CD Review: Test Transmission - Urgency
Dark, ambient music is normally subtle by nature, and to create that effect while still retaining their rock sound is something which Test Transmission should be respected for. | 244 hits
CD Review: Kepzelt Varos - Mit Nekem
Over the last few years there's been an increasing interest in instrumental rock bands; particularly around the North. | 580 hits
Band Profile: Tomorrow We Sail
Forever procrastinating future sailors making post-rock-folk-modern classical ambient music. | 674 hits
CD Review: Sweet Sneakers - Fight Fire With Fire
Young indie four-piece Sweet Sneakers sound like they could do something reasonably impressive with a bit more care and effort. | 381 hits
Band Profile: Bedroom Gymnastics
Punk/indie band based in Bradford. | 1,110 hits
Band Profile: Rodina
"a solo singer who embraces acoustica and latino rhythms with a sweet aplomb..... Rodina unrelentlessly emphasizes quality and sweetness. | 835 hits
CD Review: d-koy - Nothing is what it seems
That's a nice looking lady, or is it a bloke, no it can't be, never, or is it? d-koy have returned again with another example of their zany mixture of pop, funk, metal and rock. | 387 hits
News Article: Benjamin Wetherill to release his debut album in July 2008
Leeds solo artist Benjamin Wetherill will release his debut album, the 'Laura' LP, on the Red Deer Club / Ba Da Bing labels on 28th July 2008. | 407 hits
Band Profile: The Ramblers
Four piece guitar band based in Keighley | 75 hits
News Article: CD Central @ Leeds Central Library - get your music heard...
Are you a solo artist or member of a band, and have you produced your own CD? If the answer to these questions is yes, then you can help yourselves and help CD Central Library get Leeds' musical talent out of the bedrooms and backrooms of the pubs, and out there into the city and beyond! | 441 hits
CD Review: Susskind - The April Shower Demo
First of all I was going to blast them on the production here but, no, because it clearly states that it is a demo so I'll forgive Susskind for that. | 524 hits
Live Review: Jim Lockey & the Solemn Sun
I'm going to be honest. Initially, I wasn't blown away after listening to 'Atlases'; the 2010 album release from Jim Lockey & the Solemn Sun. | 322 hits
Band Profile: Various Artists
Warning! Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution! | 158 hits
Band Profile: Icy Demons
Icy Demons is an experimental music project started by Bablicon's Griffin Rodriguez (credited as Blue Hawaii) and Man Man / Need New Body's Christopher Powell (Pow Pow). | 102 hits
Band Profile: Soul Definition
Soul Definition are the ultimate Motown Era Party Band | 344 hits
Band Profile: Ashes
Consisting of five talented, like minded musicians from Yorkshire, Ashes formed in the summer of 2010 producing innovative material designed to blitz the music industry. | 229 hits
CD Review: Nightmares On Wax - In A Space Outta Sound
Nightmares on Wax are one of Leeds' most beloved institutions - particularly among those with a certain predilection for a certain form of naturally growing intoxicants. | 288 hits
Live Review: The Breeders
If you believe the music press then ex-Pixies bassist and Breeders lead singer Kim Deal is some sort of mad, Kestrel super-strength fuelled witch who, were it not for her bandmates tapping her mouth shut before shows and generally looking after her 24/7, would be sitting on a porch somewhere in Alabama throwing dead cats at passers by. | 222 hits
News Article: Details of The Golden Mic Challenge 2010 announced
Last year the Leeds-based collective Diff'rent Strokes unleashed the hip hop night 'Golden Mic Challange' on Leeds. | 336 hits
News Article: Futuresound 2011 announced: play at Leeds Festival
With the Leeds Festival line up announced attention in Leeds once again turns to the Futuresound competition, the annual competition that offers six bands and musicians from West Yorkshire the opportunity to appear live at the Reading and Leeds Festivals. | 1,710 hits
Band Profile: Valentina Lisitsa
Valentina Lisitsa is a Ukrainian-born classical pianist. Born into a family of non-musicians in Kiev, Ukraine, she started playing piano at the age of three, performing her first solo recital only a year later. | 126 hits
Live Review: God Speed You Black Emperor! + Kepler
Godspeed You! Black Emperor come from Canada. They wear shirts, buy amplifiers and get scared by tall buildings. | 401 hits
Live Review: Clone + The Boy Tate
If Live & Uncut aren't an advertising sham, then they're a shambles - but let's talk more about the music. | 376 hits
Live Review: Lightspeed Champion + Spodni Pradlo + Le Tournoi
BD1 Live seem incapable of putting a foot wrong. This conglomeration of some of Bradford's busiest and brightest promoters and general musos has consistently bashed out successful night after successful night, and there's no uncertainty over what exactly to expect. | 738 hits
CD Review: Rodina - Over The Sun
There are a lot of female vocalists out there at the moment, none though, who have quite the same intrigue as Aoife Hearty from Rodina. | 625 hits

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