Three gigs to catch in Leeds this week – including Hot Snakes, Dead! and A. Savage.
The best live gigs in Leeds this week – including Lord Huron, The Night Cafe and The Weather Station.
Our preview of the best gigs of the week in Leeds – including Pumarosa, Kllo and the Live At Leeds 2018 ‘Ones to Watch’ showcase.
Idlewild lead singer Roddy Woomble comes to the Brudenell Social Club with his poetic, empathetic lyrical style.
Our pick of the best live music in Leeds going on this week – 7th-13th October – including Sivu, Fakear and the Marsden Jazz Festival.
Ahead of the Mercury Prize 2017, we preview the shortlisted nominees and look at the history of the award.
Maxïmo Park are to close out 2017’s Live At Leeds festival at the O2 Academy on Sunday night.
Live At Leeds is a quintessential example of having the opportunity to see the freshest acts in music take steps towards stardom. So, to get into the spirit, let’s take a look at 6 of the emerging acts you must see at Live At Leeds 2017!
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 Ollie Rankine Now having sunk into the depths of September, music fanatics across Britain are once again engulfed by the dreary beginnings of the autumn months. Although summer is at an end with the festival season having now drawn its final breath, we are somewhat comforted by the arrival of one of Britain’s most distinguished annual music awards, the Mercury Prize. Ignoring any notion of album sales or material statistics,