This article was published in 2012.
Familiar faces from the last 20 years of the Leeds Music Scene are joining forces for what promises to be a superb day of live music on Saturday 17th November at Empire, Leeds.
This is a charity show to benefit the MS Society Leeds Branch. The all day entrance fee is only £5 and here's why it's a bargain...
Headlining are The Scaramanga Six, fresh from recording in Chicago with Steve Albini, who will be playing new material from their upcoming album.
The day also features a solo appearance from Eureka Machines' Chris Catalyst, along with seasoned garage rockers MonMon and the epic power pop of Esper Scout high up the bill.
It all begins at 3pm with the shakedown indie of El Cartel, followed by some afternoon rockabilly care of Jukebox Jive. There will be a Mancunian visitation from uke twanging Jules Musgrove, indie champs Lemon Echo and the highly lauded Army of Stars in the late afternoon.
The teatime session will be capably handled by hoedown anarchists Redgrass, the dreamy rock of RoundWindow and the dark americana of Mordrake.
Rodz of Steel are rocking up to entertain with fabulous punk covers in the early evening and John Parkes will also be revealing his beautiful acoustic side, as the epic Whole Sky Monitor are not able to join him for this one.