With an increasingly large arsenal of jaunty bangers, Joe Mount’s Metronomy have long been one of the country’s premier indie acts in the live arena.
Maxïmo Park signed off Live At Leeds 2017 in style with an energetic set comprised of hits and new material.
Maxïmo Park are to close out 2017’s Live At Leeds festival at the O2 Academy on Sunday night.
by Matthew Langham and Ed Biggs The War On Drugs stopped off in Leeds on their victory lap of the UK, celebrating the slow-burning commercial success of last year’s Lost In The Dream, this publication’s runner-up for album of 2014. The band’s growth has been such that tonight’s gig had to be upgraded in venue size from the Brudenell Social Club to the O2 Academy, and the album’s reputation burgeoned
by Ed Biggs Released thirty years ago this November, The Jesus & Mary Chain’s first album Psychocandy is one of the most important developmental milestones in rock music as we know it today, not to mention one of the most aesthetically pleasing records of the 1980s. With their brand of simple, heartfelt ‘60s pop melodies buried under an avalanche of squalling feedback, Jim and William Reid redefined the boundaries within