A preview of a brilliant week of live music coming up in Leeds – including Frankie Cosmos, Twin Peaks, Tim Hecker, Chastity Belt, Working Men’s Club and Husky Loops.
One of the first and finest prog rock albums, King Crimson’s 1969 debut ‘In The Court Of The Crimson King’ still has the power to unsettle and electrify.
Expressed with profound humanity, ‘Ghosteen’ is the most beautiful music that Nick Cave has ever made.
After two albums of breakneck post-punk, 1984’s ‘Let It Be’ was the moment that The Replacements finally came of age.
The best live music coming up in Leeds this week – including Teen, Far Caspian and Fudge.’s new single launch at the 360 Club.
Noel Gallagher’s latest EP ‘This Is The Place’ is a psychedelic indulgence in Madchester-inspired nostalgia.
The best gigs coming up in Leeds this week, including Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Jesca Hoop, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Sebadoh!
An album of fantastic technical ability and tremendous emotional poignancy, The Beatles’ final album ‘Abbey Road’ is an enduring masterpiece.
Razor-sharp, angry and intelligent, Gang Of Four’s 1979 debut album ‘Entertainment!’ was instrumental in laying down a template for post-punk that still endures today.
On their self-titled fourth album, Chastity Belt fully and expertly embrace the more mature, anxious sound they began exploring last time out.