The best gigs in Leeds this coming week, including Quantic, Soweto Kinch and the city-wide Jazzleeds festival.
With greater drama behind the vivid and bright-edged electro-pop, Years & Years’ second album ‘Palo Santo’ is much more compelling than their rather flat debut.
All the best live gigs in Leeds this week – including Declan McKenna, Lalah Hathaway and Dead Naked Hippies.
Indigo Husk @ Oporto, Tuesday 26th June Indigo Husk are an upcoming and enthusiastic four-piece from London. Their music has been described as a blend of pop punk and garage rock, with psychedelic and grunge influences. Although their debut full-length album is still waiting to arrive, the band has already proven to be a passionate live act. Indigo Husk will be in Leeds this Tuesday to share some of their
‘Hope Downs’ sees Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever deliver handsomely after two years of hype for their debut album.
After a decade of being one of alternative pop’s most compelling underdog figures, ‘so sad so sexy’ is a disappointment for Lykke Li, feeling like she’s diluted herself to conform to the sound of modern pop.
The best gigs coming up in Leeds this week, including Club Kuru, Big Ups, Jay Som, Waxahatchee and Preoccupations!
Ben Howard’s third record ‘Noonday Dream’ sees him explore lengthier and ever more sombre songwriting, but it retains the charming and compelling qualities that made him a star many years ago.
The best gigs to see in Leeds this week, including David Ford, Spoon and Wavves.
The best gigs coming up in Leeds this week, including Loyle Carner, Courtney Barnett, The Breeders and Broken Social Scene!