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.
With a rush of pulsing, smooth-as-hell soul-pop California trio LANY whip up their teenage audience into a mini frenzy at Manchester’s Sound Control.