You can’t accuse Leeds’ Pulled Apart By Horses of ever being predictable. The band’s self-titled debut captured the excitement of the live shows, filled to the brim with freewheeling skirmishes and youthful brio. The follow-up record Tough Love demonstrated the quartet’s song craft, with Tom Hudson’s vocal range being pushed further and James Brown’s guitar sliding into surprising melodic directions.Robert John Lee’s bass lines and Lee … Continue reading Review: Pulled apart by horses – Blood
Some things in life are synonymous with each other, like AFC Ajax producing talented young footballers, or American TV companies making super addictive shows. For the city of Leeds it is being home to an endless amount of heavy music. Continue reading “EP Review: Irk – Bread And Honey”
Leeds. The HEART of the northern music scene (some would say) a place of openness and Yorkshire delight…held the music festival Live at Leeds at the weekend and oh my…weren’t we in for a treat. Continue reading “Live at Leeds 2014 – an afterthought”
For all you Frank Turner fans out there, and there’s quite a number of you – THIS IS FOR YOU!
Live At Leeds have just announced that FRANK TURNER will be performing on Friday 2nd May with a rare acoustic SOLO performance.
Happy Tuesday everyone…ready for a Cat’s Bedroom Jams 3? Sorry about the previous one, if it was a little too ‘G’ or something like that…You know me, living the reckless high life nowadays. I kid. Well the 3rd instalment brings a bit more RAWK and emo into our ears. Good stuff right? This playlists features a few local (Leeds) gems – James Carroll and Piles … Continue reading Cat’s Bedroom Jams 3
I’ve been listening to ‘Lowtalker’ for a few weeks now as it’s well over a month since it was released…and it’s grown on me, perfectly. When I first heard it, I though, oo…this sounds like Wavves…don’t get me wrong, I love Wavves but it somewhat put me off as I thought another band that will brag about getting high – never before have I been … Continue reading Menace Beach – Lowtalker
It’s a darn shame to see stuff like this happen, but it’s the way life throws curveballs. Leeds based Brew Records are calling it a day after 6 years pulsating loud sounds and 27 releases. Another victim of the 27 club? Continue reading “A libation for Brew Records”
“It might be too early for this” I say to a friend whilst opening a Foster’s Ladler (2% ABV, with lemon) with my keys “but I guess it’s an industry thing.” Continue reading “Review : Live at Leeds 2013”