Making a revolutionary impact on the American underground scene in the late 1980s, Dinosaur Jr.’s second album ‘You’re Living All Over Me’ is an indie landmark.
A double EP in Britain and a full album in the States, ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ is an interesting curio in The Beatles’ catalogue, and a full-stop to a brilliant 1967.
‘Songs Of Experience’ is a conscious, concerted effort from four men nearing their 60s to seize the zeitgeist and sound relevant in 2017.
The Student Playlist’s Top 50 Albums of 2017.
The best gigs of the week in Leeds – including The Charlatans, Cousin Kula and Field Music’s ‘Us v Them’ festival!
A Spotify playlist of all the best new music that was released in November 2017!
A macabre masterpiece that expanded the palette of acid rock and presaged the death of Sixties idealism, ‘Forever Changes’ remains incredibly powerful 50 years on.
Fizzing with invention and the spirit of experimentation, ‘Who Built The Moon?’ finally delivers on the rhetoric that Noel Gallagher has been exhorting for nearly two decades.
Our preview of the best gigs of the week in Leeds – including Pumarosa, Kllo and the Live At Leeds 2018 ‘Ones to Watch’ showcase.
What about Leeds makes it unique for students and young music fans? Leeds is a big city but it’s really impact, so it’s really good if there’s a lot of things going on at the weekend you don’t have to travel too far from venue to venue. It creates a nice weekend out kind of vibe, of different venues doing different things. It’s also got a long history with music