With just days to go before Leeds Festival gates open, we’ve taken our highlighter pen to the line-up and picked out some choice acts for you. Check out our ones to watch.
Last seen round these parts headlining Slam Dunk Festival in 2015, the mighty YOU ME AT SIX are heading back to Leeds as part of their upcoming UK tour.
Leeds indie heroes KAISER CHIEFS have announced they’re coming home to play at Leeds first direct Arena next spring to close their Stay Together Arena Tour.
Boston alt-rock legends PIXIES have released a new track, Talent, from their upcoming album Head Carrier, and have added three new dates to their UK tour.
Punk rock duo SLAVES have announced a huge 15-date UK tour in November, two months after the release of their second album Take Control, out in September.
Newcastle indie band LITTLE COMETS aim to break an ace world record by being the first band to play a full gig while running the Great North Run next month
THE 1975 have announced a special show as part of Radio 1’s Live Lounge Month, playing with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra at the Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
With two weeks to go until Leeds Festival opens its gates, there’s even more ace music added to the line-up as the BBC Introducing Stage bill is revealed.
A week after officially joining the Reading and Leeds line-up, FIGHTING CARAVANS and FAUX PAS met current No.1 album act BLOSSOMS at HMV Leeds last night.
Lo-fi Teesside punk duo MOUSES have released a video for their new single Hollywood, ahead of their debut album The Mouses Album, which is out next month.
We’re taking part in the Great North Run next month to raise money for Martin House Children’s Hospice – and we’d like you to help make our running mixtape!
Glastonbury Festival’s first live album, featuring performances from this year’s festival, is dedicated to former Oxfam activist Batley and Spen MP Jo Cox.
The Mercury Prize shortlist has been unveiled, featuring some awesome albums, including the brilliantly ambitious second album from our faves THE 1975.
This year’s KENDAL CALLING saw a veritable invasion of West Yorkshire acts take over Lowther Deer Park as part of an amazing weekend of awesome live music.
Centre Stage winners FAUX PAS join Futuresound comp winners FIGHTING CARAVANS, THE INDIGO PROJECT, VEXXES, DUSK, ADORE//REPEL and NIGHT OWLS at Reading and Leeds Festival.