The August Bank Holiday post-exam bash offers a glimpse of a brighter future as a new wave of musical heroes make an impact at Leeds Festival.
Atlanta metal behemoths MASTODON return to Leeds with Neurosis frontman and long-time collaborator Scott Kelly for a powerful performance at the O2 Academy.
THE JAPANESE HOUSE return to Leeds to road test new tunes from upcoming album Good At Falling – and it’s a delight to see Amber Bain rocking out with her new band.
Australian indie trio MIDDLE KIDS land in Leeds and deliver an assured set, packed with punchy riffs and pin-drop tenderness. And we bloody loved it.
Damnation Festival saw off a whisky-induced hangover with a day of metal mayhem at Leeds University Union. Read our review here.
International glitch-pop outfit SUPERORGANISM return to Leeds with a riot of colour and kitsch, punk swagger and playful synth-fuelled melodies.
Arkansas doom metal outfit PALLBEARER blend subterranean, churning guitars andd abrasive vocals with melody and might as they return to Leeds for spellbinding show.
With 12 hours of live music, over 200 bands playing on 24 stages around the city, LIVE AT LEEDS gets the festival season off to a flying start. Read our review here.
FRANK TURNER’s long-sold-out return to Yorkshire was nothing short of brilliant as he hits the road once again to promote his latest album, Be More Kind.
The World Is A Beautiful Place deliver a stunning set at the Brudenell Social Club, cherry-picking the best bits of their almost-decade-long existence.
Leeds act LELO releases his new single Breathing – a heady dose of sparkling dream-pop – ahead of his launch show at Hyde Park Book Club this week.
Brighton band THE GO! TEAM bring all the joy to a sold-out crowd at The Wardrobe in Leeds on an otherwise deary February night to promote new album Semicircle.