LEEDS, Music

Conflare at Key Club: Gig Review

Slam Dunk Presents: Check out Conflare here Check out Overbite here Check out In Your Prime here Check out Hurricane Eric here As first support and first gig as a full band, Hurricane Eric are surprisingly solid for their lack of experience. But as musically sound as they are for a fledgling group, you can’t […]

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DMA’s At The O2 Academy Leeds, 10.12.18

It’s DMA’s second headline tour of the UK this year, and after a host of festival appearances anyone who missed out last time is sure not to make the same mistake again. The Australian three-piece have justifiably shot up since their last visit, and tonight in Leeds they’re back and ready to wow us once […]

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Top 5 Alternative Christmas tracks

Fed up of hearing the same 10 Christmas songs everywhere you go? As much as we all love the cheesy classics, here’s our top picks for an alternative soundtrack to your festive season (for when you just can’t face any more Bublé). 1. I Won’t Be Home For Christmas - Blink 182 Although not giving […]

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An Interview with ‘Jellyskin’

Freshly graduated from Leeds University, Zia and Will, aka Jellyskin, left Uni with more than just a degree and a crippling student debt under their belts. Formed in just 2016, they already boast seven singles, an EP, a plethora of gigs, and a reputation for fierce eyeliner. In other words, they’re killing it. Dark, joyous, […]

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When worlds collide: Reggae and Country

Marking the release of our biannual print issue themed ‘Alien’, I will look at two musical genres that may seem completely alien to each other: Country and Reggae. Asking why, when the masters of Roots Reggae take on the Honky-Tonk, does it work so wonderfully? The cities of Kingston and Nashville might be distant from […]

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Miles Kane at O2 Academy Leeds 29/11/18

Miles Kane is back with new album Coup De Grace for his November/December tour of bigger venues across the UK than previously. He hits 12 cities across the country, finally landing in Leeds O2 Academy on 29th November after a more intimate summer show in Brudenell Social Club. After an energetic opening from Cabbage, the […]

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Jamnesty 2018: Let’s Dance for Human Rights

On the evening of the 28th of November at Brudenell Social Club, Leeds came together to help support refugees in our community and have a little boogie too. LUU Amnesty International Society put on the loud and brassy night to aid Leeds Asylum Seekers Support Network, an important charity that works to help people fleeing […]

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From Grey Day to Grooves: An Interview with Parcels

In this world, often overwhelming and chaotic, with political smoke screens and vapid media rhetoric, this millennial generation often finds itself on the brink of losing interest. The need to cut loose on the dance floor has never been more vital. And this is precisely what Berlin-residing Australian born, Parcels, provide their audiences with: a […]

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