The Student Playlist

Showcasing the Best New Music, Curating the Classics

PREVIEW: Gigs of the Week in Leeds, 27th April – 3rd May

Rozi Plain @ Brudenell Social Club, Sunday 28th April

English singer-songwriter Rozi Plain has long been serving us with her intimate interpretation of alt-folk, as well as minimalistic blues and jazz compositions. Gifted with a smooth and calming voice, Plain is also a natural at writing songs which are brooding and explicit at the same time, usually left to the sole interpretation of the listener. Her latest album What A Boost arrived earlier this year and will definitely sound great this Sunday at Brudenell Social Club. (TICKETS)

The Coathangers @ The Key Club, Wednesday 1st May

The Coathangers is an all female garage punk band from Atlanta, whose daring combination of old-school punk and contemporary melodic pop influences is simply irresistible. Their 2019 album The Devil You Know was praised for showing The Coathangers’ evolving sound, while still being full of memorable melodies and slick arrangements. This week they are visiting Leeds with their new material, so make sure to get you tickets for the gig on Wednesday! (TICKETS)

Built To Spill @ Brudenell Social Club, Wednesday 1st May

One of the crown jewels of the American indie scene in the Nineties with a string of cult classic albums, Built To Spill come through Leeds on the 20th anniversary tour of 1999 record Keep It Like A Secret, the last of that consecutive run of great releases. The Brudenell Social Club is the ideal environment to see this iconic band, and limited tickets are still available! (TICKETS)

Stella Donnelly @ Brudenell Social Club, Thursday 2nd May

Off the back of her exceptional debut album Beware Of The Dogs, which got a Best New Music designation from us on its release two months back, Australian newcomer Stella Donnelly plays the Brudenell this week. Tragedy, farce and humour all jostle for position at the forefront of Donnelly’s vivid and ferocious songwriting – don’t miss out on seeing a rising star in the ascendancy! (TICKETS)

Drahla @ Brudenell Social Club, Friday 3rd May

Leeds three-piece Drahla have long been called the new face of post-punk and one of the most exciting upcoming bands in the country. Committed to going against the current musical trends, Drahla don’t sound like anyone else, and are uncompromising in writing music that . One of the leading lights of the local music scene, they will be launching their long-awaited debut album Useless Coordinates this week at Brudenell Social Club, so grab your tickets now! (TICKETS)

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