Search for youthful summer performed on Friday, 27th May 2016.
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CD Review: Good Shoes - All In My Head The contagious summer smile is amongst us, the festivals are selling the best flat beer money can buy, and the roads are melting beneath our feet. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/7057/ | 771 hits
CD Review: Alabama Shakes - Boys and Girls Alabama Shakes' debut album 'Boys and Girls' arrives on a wave of hype and anticipation following several incendiary live performances at festivals such as the increasingly influential South by Southwest Festival held in Austin, Texas. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16570/ | 557 hits
Live Review: San Cisco This was the Australian quartet's first gig in the fine city of Leeds, outside of the annual mud bath that is our county's summer festival. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/18008/ | 340 hits
Live Review: Avi Buffalo + Admiral Fallow + Tripwires After an efficient set from Reading newcomers Tripwires who, with their skuzzy, melodic blend of slow core and the sludgy guitar pyrotechnics of Built To Spill, seem to hint at the coming of nu-grunge, and a charming if slightly underdone set from Glasgow band Admiral Fallow, who trade in the sort of fey bucolic articulate indie pop that Scottish bands from Orange Juice to Belle and Sebastian seem to excel at, all delivered with an incongruous gruff manliness, Avi Buffalo bound on to the stage (having first set up their equipment) indecently full of Californian youthful vigour. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/15050/ | 605 hits
Live Review: Marsicans + Carnabells + Glass Mountain New kid on the block for live music, Headrow House, was home to the Marsicans sold out show on Friday 15, with support from Bradford's latest outfit, Glass Mountain and local favourites, Carnabells. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/19455/ | 445 hits
Live Review: Decibels in Bloom + Termite + New Portlands Over the last few years, it seems Huddersfield has been awash with young indie bands, complete with converse trainers and spiky guitars, following bright eyed in the wake of a trail blazed by local contemporaries, most notably Arctic Monkeys and The Cribs. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16317/ | 890 hits
CD Review: The Savage Nomads - Tension in the Middle There I was attempting to iron a shirt for work the next day, 6 Music on in the background to soften the blow of the one domestic task that genuinely grates on my spirit on the rare occasions I actually bother, when I heard some familiar vocals. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16609/ | 305 hits
Interview: The Antix James Burkitt caught up with Gracie (vocals) and Mafro (guitar) of The Antix at The Elbow Room in Leeds www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10213/ | 833 hits