Best gigs coming up this week in Leeds, including The Lemon Twigs, Ider, Bass Drum Of Death, Jon Hopkins and Jay Prince.
We caught up with Lindsey Jordan – aka Snail Mail – after her gig at Leeds’ Brudenell Social Club, and talked about touring, wine, cupcakes and the benefits of water.
The 2018 edition of Wakefield’s Long Division Festival reaches its peak on Saturday June 2nd – here’s a sneak peek of what to expect!
Linkin Park’s live album ‘One More Light Live’ acts as a more effective document for its parent album, and provides a fitting tribute to Chester Bennington.
Idlewild lead singer Roddy Woomble comes to the Brudenell Social Club with his poetic, empathetic lyrical style.
Although it was so quiet you could hear hand-dryers in the bathrooms, Kurt Wagner and Lambchop pulled off a beautiful and intimate set.
Maxïmo Park are to close out 2017’s Live At Leeds festival at the O2 Academy on Sunday night.
Southampton-based trio Band Of Skulls are heading up north next Thursday in the first of their seven UK dates this October. Playing Leeds University’s Stylus, the band’s much-anticipated tour follows the release of their fourth album, By Default. Russell and co. seem to have an affinity with Leeds, returning to the city after their appearance at Live at Leeds in April, where they secured (and fulfilled) a spot just behind
by John Tindale & Hannah Binns The annual Live At Leeds indie and pop marathon is due to celebrate its tenth instalment. Named in honour of The Who’s seminal live album of the same name, recorded in the unlikely environment of what is now the Leeds University refectory, for the past decade the city-wide event has dedicated itself to showcasing the best up-and-coming acts in the British music scene and beyond.
by Lauren James How do you like your metal? Thrashy? Doomy? Industrial? Or perhaps you demand that it be served from a longboat with side dishes of battle anthems and a very peculiar kind of headbanging? This unique combo belongs to none other than Sweden’s Amon Amarth, who’ll be invading Leeds University’s Stylus with their legendary live show tomorrow night. The headbanging, of course, refers to the hirsute five-piece’s trademark