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.
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.
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.
Scottish singer-songwriter LEWIS CAPALDI delivers a sensational soulful set at a sold-out Oporto, making his first Leeds appearance a very memorable one.
Despite the muddy conditions underfoot, Kendal Calling was a colourful triumph of eclecticism and once again. Here’s our review of the rather fab weekend.
The Japanese House’s return to Leeds is intimate and absorbing, delicate and playful – a celebration of the electro-pop star’s cool-as-hell progression.
Liverpudlian guitar-pop four-piece return to Leeds for a joyous sold-out show ahead of a rather massive Leeds Arena show next month with The Courteeners.
With their new album GLA out only a few days, Glasgow rockers TWIN ATLANTIC headed to Leeds last night for an ace show hosted by the city’s Crash Records.