SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL reveal the first 6 acts playing the mulit-site punk rock bash next May Bank Holiday including headliners JIMMY EAT WORLD and TAKING BACK SUNDAY.
Yorkshire indie heroes EMBRACE showcase new tunes from their upcoming album, Love Is A Basic Need, with a pretty intimate hit-packed show at York Fibbers.
Noughties alt-rockers MY VITRIOL make their delayed return to Leeds this week with a show at the Brudenell Social Club – and they’re bringing …AND YOU WILL KNOW US BY THE TRAIL OF DEAD with them!
Former Kaiser Chiefs drummer NICK JD HODGSON steps out of the studio with his first solo offering Suitable from his forthcoming album, Tell Your Friends.
Atlanta alt-rockers Manchester Orchestra and support act Slothrust join forces for an incredible show at Church in Leeds – one of the best gigs of the year.
Bradford’s GLASS MOUNTAIN have signed to Hide & Seek Records to release their new EP Wow & Flutter. Check out the lead track Gin Flows Through My Veins here.
It’s Business Time – Flight Of The Conchords announce first UK tour in 7 years with The Flight Of The Conchords Sing Flight Of The Conchords Tour. Be there.
Fresh from some awesome shows with Hippo Campus, Leeds indie-pop kids MARSICANS are heading back on the road with our favourite Scouse scamps CLEAN CUT KID.
It’s been more than five years since we last saw MICHAEL KIWANUKA live, and we revisit his second album, Love And Hate, ahead of his York show next week.
Scottish-born, Manchester-raised singer-songwriter TOM WALKER releases his new single Leave A Light On today, and you can check out the video here.
Leeds band THE DUNWELLS are back with a new EP at the end of the year, and the title track Colour My Mind is the first taste of their shiny-new sound.
Liverpool-via-London indie foursome JUDAS revisit their triumphant Leeds and Reading festivals’ Main Stage performance with video for new single, Ceasefire.
Blackpool singer RAE MORRIS is Reborn with a dazzling return to Leeds, armed with a set bursting with new tunes that head in a more dance-y direction.
Rising star DERMOT KENNEDY makes his Leeds debut next week at Church’s Chapel as part of his UK tour, fresh from a string of dates across America.
Stourbridge scene heroes THE WONDER STUFF and NED’S ATOMIC DUSTIN join forces for the first time in 27 years for a cracking co-headline tour next year.