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News Article: The Truth About Frank's 'Cannibal Work Ethic' now available
The Truth About Frank's 'Cannibal Work Ethic' now available Cannibal Work Ethic, the new album from The Truth About Frank, is now in the shops. | 269 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank's new album Cannibal Work Ethic, is now available.
Cannibal Work Ethic, the new album from The Truth About Frank, is now available. In case of difficulty, buy physical/digipak via Norman Records Jumbo Records CDBaby (all of whom ship worldwide) Crash Records Buy album or individual tracks as digital download via CDBaby Amazon iTunes (The Truth About Frank supports local independant music retail; where possible, please buy from Norman, Jumbo or Crash) | 254 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank, whisperinandhollerin review
'Cannibal Work Ethic' Album: 'Cannibal Work Ethic' - Label: 'LYF' Genre: 'Ambient' - Release Date: '4th July 2011'- Catalogue No: 'LYFCD003' Our Rating: 8/10 Creepy, disturbing, eerie: these are the words that immediately spring to mind while listening to this Leeds duo's full-length debut. | 267 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank announce new album
Cannibal Work Ethic, the new album by The Truth About Frank, will be released (in digipak-CD and DL formats) on 4th July 2011 on L.Y.F. | 436 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank Dandelion Radio Sessions Free Download
Whilst they work on the follow up to their critically acclaimed 2011 album Cannibal Work Ethic, The Truth About Frank have made available their two sessions for Jeff Grainger's show on Dandelion Radio. | 288 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank; Rare Interview and News
A rare interview with The Truth About Frank appears in the current edition of Vibrations Magazine, available free at various outlets around Leeds. | 252 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank on Dandelion Radio
The Truth About Frank on Dandelion Radio Jeff Grainger Jeff pops in for an hour to remind us all to Vote in this years Festive 50 ... | 281 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank. Cyclic Defrost review
UK-based experimental electronic duo The Truth About Frank first emerged back in 2008 with their debut EP 'A Briefcase Full Of Suspicion', and this debut album 'Cannibal Work Ethic' arrives on the heels of last year's Murder Sleep' EP. | 254 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank - The Carrion EP / No Gloss Film Festival
The Truth About Frank - The Carrion EP / No Gloss Film Festival The first physical release by The Truth About Frank since 2011's acclaimed Cannibal Work Ethic album will be available from December 16th. | 215 hits
News Article: Feeds release new music video 'Willow'.
Huddersfield based Feeds have released a new music video, the second single 'Willow' from their new EP 'Words of a Fool'. | 314 hits
News Article: The Glitterati sign with the DR2 Records label
Leeds rockers The Glitterati have today revealed their signing with DR2 Records (Therapy?, Wednesday13), a part of the Demolition label. | 638 hits
Band Profile: Vinyl Collide
indie rock | 900 hits
Band Profile: The Plight
Formed in Leeds in 2004, The Plight's first practice was in the particularly rock and roll location of an abandoned office block on the outskirts of the city. | 1,436 hits
Band Profile: Immune
Making timeless music is difficult and important. You may not fully understand how or why bands make such music, maybe you don't even care. | 1,296 hits
Band Profile: Inspades
Inspades are a Metal band from York, United Kingdom. | 370 hits
News Article: Daniel Pearson announces his song-a-week project, "The Blueprint"...
Leeds-based singer-songwriter Daniel Pearson has begun his 'songwriting experiment' The Blueprint, during which he will release a brand new song every week for the next 6 months. | 395 hits
Band Profile: Unclejohnny
rock | 694 hits
CD Review: Nikoli - Space & Time EP
"Space and Time" has gentle acoustic guitars underpinning a soft, soothing vocal with a chorus that induces goose bumps and a lump in the throat. | 350 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank, The Sound Projector Review
Leeds combo The Truth About Frank don't do outright noise so much, but their brand of electronic twisterment and distortionist antics is always underpinned by a dark and brooding energy that appeals to natural pessimists like myself. | 300 hits
Band Profile: Little Vegas Lies
Lively, Progressive Northern Brit-Rock | 723 hits
CD Review: British Sea Power - Open Season
Since the minor cult success of their debut "The Decline of British Sea Power", BSP have been slogging taking their "club night" to every conceivable backwater, playing a gig in any student toilet that would have them and providing live soundtracks to old black & white movies. | 586 hits
News Article: Post War Glamour Girls release 'Tragic Loss; He Had Such a Lovely House'
Following the news this week that Post War Glamour Girls are to play the NME / Radio One Stage at the Reading and Leeds Festivals, the band have announced details of a new single that will be released on Monday, 6th August. | 503 hits
Band Profile: Climbing Alice
Wakefield indie/rock/pop trio | 314 hits
News Article: Leeds electropop duo Park Fires release new single Deadbeat City
UK electropop duo Park Fires have released their new single Deadbeat City. The infectious new track combines a singalong disco chorus with pulsating electro beats and socially conscious lyrics. | 734 hits
Band Profile: The Truth About Frank
Starting out in 2007, the experimental/electronic duo from the east of Leeds in the UK debuted with their 2008 EP 'A Briefcase Full of Suspicion' (LYFCD001). | 1,167 hits
CD Review: The Rumble Strips - Not The Only Person
The Rumble Strips are a band whose work ethic as a support act to promote their 2007 debut album 'Girls and Weather' appeared to pay off judging by the large amount of branded T-shirts that could be seen around the festivals last summer. | 550 hits
Band Profile: The Stations
2006 + 2007 Futuresound finalists. Debut single Primadonna released 30 Apr 07 on Science Fiction Theatre Records Playing NASTY FEST @ Faversham on Sat 3rd Nov | 843 hits
CD Review: Silverlode - Four Short and Varied Songs Regarding Money, Effort, Worth and Self
The EP begins with 'Work': a wistful, spiralling lament against the modern day's obsessive work ethic and our misguided belief that anything less than a 60-hour week is considered slacking. | 602 hits
Interview: The Breech
High up in the 7th floor apartment of The Breech's keyboard player Davoc, overlooking the streets and at the weird and wonderful architecture of Leeds buildings it seems an appropriate place to talk about the state of the Leeds music scene, and more importantly the burgeoning and healthy looking future of The Breech. | 710 hits
Band Profile: Ethos Theory
All Rock Band<br />All Rock Band! | 707 hits
CD Review: Pilot To Gunner - Get Saved
A good name, a good front cover, and a kudos-worthy work ethic, and oh boy it fits in my CD player like a penis in a vagina. | 582 hits
CD Review: Dimbleby and Capper - Slick Maturity
I think we all know by now how new artists work: regardless of whether they acknowledge it or not, they strive to be the sum of all their influences whilst maintaining some degree of originality. | 593 hits
Interview: Whirlwind Heat
Whirlwind Heat talk about Detroit, Jack White and monkeys and explain why everything is random... | 958 hits
Live Review: The Idol Dead + Resonance + Alaska + Icelandic Death Cloud
Icelandic Death Cloud have by far the best name on the bill and open tonight's 360 Club proceedings with an enjoyable performance. | 956 hits
Interview: S.C.U.M
I caught up with S.C.U.M. front man Tom Cohen in the wake of their critically acclaimed debut, 'Again Into Eyes', and ahead of their Leeds stage of the NME tour at the Cockpit. We chat of a love of synthesisers and Lou Reed, ambitious instrumentation and a worrying desire to turn an audience into an 'entirety'. | 749 hits
CD Review: Instant Species - The Longer You Leave It, The Louder It Gets...
Lured by some professional quality graphics I bought Instant Species' "Home Alone" CD last year. I ended up a bit disappointed by what I thought of at the time as bleak plodding music. | 352 hits
Live Review: Hella Cholla + Fran Rodgers + The Bacchae
It's already the penultimate Futuresound heat but nobody seems to be tiring just yet. In fact, given this evening's exciting array of artists, there will perhaps be a higher number of people disappointed to see the competition wind up than those relieved to push it towards its conclusion. | 740 hits
Live Review: Your Demise + Trapped Under Ice + Man Overboard + Basement
Rolling through Leeds on this fine April evening is the Rock Sound/Impericon Exposure Tour, hosting a cracking lineup featuring four of the best bands pop-punk and hardcore have to offer. | 587 hits
News Article: The Truth About Frank, The Carrion EP review truth about frank Posted on November 9, 2013 by marklosingtoday I'm sure that those chaps the Truth about Frank are well ordered decent sorts capable of polite conversation and witty repartee, what fair folk would look upon as the life and soul of the party. | 241 hits
Live Review: Bracken + Gareth S Brown + Sketches for Albinos + The Declining Winter
It's usually the way that those who are the most lacking in self-confidence are usually the more talented with the least to worry about - take it as a good omen, then, that all of tonight's acts are surprisingly self-deprecating. | 836 hits
Live Review: Twin Atlantic + Fighting With Wire + Spy Catcher
If tonight's show is anything to go by, the UK's rock scene is in very safe hands indeed. Not content with releasing one of the stand-out albums of 2011, Twin Atlantic are currently touring the UK in support of it, and anyone who hasn't got a ticket for this sold-out show tonight is missing out. | 705 hits
Band Profile: The Red Pills
Punk 'n' Roll Music | 809 hits
Interview: Merchandise
Jessica Thornsby caught up with Brad from Bolton-based Merchandise | 1,136 hits
Live Review: Band of Skulls + She Keeps Bees + Machine Guns & Leather Jackets
Every time I've left the house in the last week, I've accidently ended up at a Machine Guns & Leather Jackets gig. | 1,127 hits
Live Review: This Et Al + The Lodger + These Monsters + Wintermute + Paul Marshall + Napoleon IIIrd + Two Minute Noodles
"Shall we get started, then?" comes the casual enquiry from Two Minute Noodles, after a playful soundcheck from the duo. | 2,080 hits
Interview: The Hold Steady
The Hold Steady arrive in the UK next month for their first full UK tour. Danielle Millea caught up with guitarist Tad Kubler. | 1,939 hits
Live Review: Department S + Expelaires + Klammer
Post-punk Thursday descends upon Hyde Park's Brudenell Social Club, with some the UKs finest - old and new - entertaining an intimate and dedicated crowd this evening. | 919 hits
Interview: This Et Al
Leeds Music Scene asks This Et Al some burning - or at least mildly broiling - questions in the wake of some storming dates in the North and in anticipation of the release of the Figure Eight EP... | 741 hits
Band Profile: Kid Ink
Covered from head to toe in tattoos, 27 year-old Los Angeles-based rapper Kid Ink is wrecking havoc on the streets and in cyber world. | 63 hits
Interview: Black Flowers Audio
Rachel Gardner speaks to Black Flowers Audio frontman Daniel Francis. | 813 hits
Interview: Dog Almighty
Jessica Thornsby caught up with Kim and Sindri from Dog Almighty | 548 hits

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