Live Review: The Amazons – Key Club, Leeds

Towards the end of 2018, one of the most beautiful shows I’ve been at, to date, took place at the Brudenell Social Club. The Amazons played to a sell-out crowd in support of Joe Glew, a young man who died from Leukaemia, not long before the show. It was a rousing, wonderful show and it signalled the end of the previous era for the Amazons. … Continue reading Live Review: The Amazons – Key Club, Leeds

Ones to watch: Stockton Calling 2019

Stockton Calling is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2019 and the multi-venue music festival has started the year strongly with announcements coming thick and fast. With massive artists already announced, the festival is looking to celebrate in style with its biggest lineup to date. Already announced for Stockton Calling 2019 are Sunderland’s The Futureheads who will headline Stockton Calling after a six year hiatus, indie … Continue reading Ones to watch: Stockton Calling 2019

Live Review: White Lies – O2 Academy Leeds

It seems like an age ago that the gloomy, dark, To Lose My Life was released by London band White Lies. In 2009 they were a band that seemed set on creating dark post-punk sounds and their debut charted at Number 1 in the UK Charts in some style. Ten years on, the band have completely reinvented their sound with their brand new record Five, and there is absolutely … Continue reading Live Review: White Lies – O2 Academy Leeds

Y Not Festival releases first names on bumper lineup: White Lies, Anteros, Sea Girls, YMA6

Y Not Festival returns with the UK’s biggest indie line-up of 2019, featuring rising stars alongside a range of musical icons. Crossing the Peaks to kick things off are local legends, Elbow. The critically-lauded Mancunian band, lead by frontman Guy Garvey, are known for their beautifully soaring anthems such as ‘One Day Like This’. With an array of hits; new and old you’ll be singing … Continue reading Y Not Festival releases first names on bumper lineup: White Lies, Anteros, Sea Girls, YMA6

Truck Festival Announces First Wave of Artists: Don Broco, YMA6, Foals

From July 25th – 28th, Truck Festival will once again return to its beloved Hill Farm in Steventon for the 22nd edition of the UK’s longest running and most cherished small festival. This year Truck is thrilled to welcome local legends Foals back to Hill Farm – twelve years on from their last appearance at the festival where they played an iconic show in The Barn. The 2007 performance … Continue reading Truck Festival Announces First Wave of Artists: Don Broco, YMA6, Foals

Stereophonics join Foals and Noel Gallagher at This Is Tomorrow

Welsh rock royalty Stereophonics will be joining Noel Gallagher and Foals as headliners for this year’s eagerly anticipated event. Led by the enigmatic Kelly Jones, one of the UK’s most prolific singer-songwriters, the band will perform on the festival’s new site of Exhibition Park on Sunday 26th May.  Stereophonics’ This is Tomorrow date follows the band’s 2017 gold-certified album ‘Scream Above The Sounds’, which includes singles ‘All In One Night’, ‘Caught By The Wind’ and ‘Taken A Tumble.’This is … Continue reading Stereophonics join Foals and Noel Gallagher at This Is Tomorrow

Live at Leeds adds over 80 acts to lineup: The Snuts, Spinn, The Sherlocks included

Renowned as the unrivalled home of music discovery, scooping awards and plaudits across the board as a springboard for the latest and greatest new talent – Live At Leeds returns in 2019 with the definitive new music lineup of the year, bringing together the bands and artists primed to soundtrack the year ahead. Fizzing with a fiery punk energy, Drenge stand as true live trailblazers. Bouncing from … Continue reading Live at Leeds adds over 80 acts to lineup: The Snuts, Spinn, The Sherlocks included

Tramlines Festival Reveals Phase 1 Line Up: Sea Girls, Lewis Capaldi, Oddity Road, Easy Life

Sheffield’s biggest ever party,Tramlines Festival, has announced the first wave of acts to play its 11th edition from Friday 19th – Sunday 21st July at Hillsborough Park. Headliners include Two Door Cinema Club (Friday), Courteeners (Saturday) and Nile Rodgers & Chic (Sunday), plus a slew of other top talent in the form of Manic Street Preachers, Rag’n’Bone Man, Doves, Happy Mondays, Reverend and The Makers, Miles Kane, Circa Waves, Lewis … Continue reading Tramlines Festival Reveals Phase 1 Line Up: Sea Girls, Lewis Capaldi, Oddity Road, Easy Life

50 Acts added to Reading and Leeds Lineup – Circa Waves, Wombats, Frank Carter

Reading and Leeds Festival has today lifted the lid on another fifty acts who will play at this year’s event – with chart heavyweights Charli XCX, Royal Blood (UK festival exclusive), CHVRCHES, Lil Uzi Vert, Enter Shikari, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes (UK festival exclusive), Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals (UK festival exclusive) and You Me At Sixamongst the new additions. The acts – spanning the hottest names right now in rock, indie, … Continue reading 50 Acts added to Reading and Leeds Lineup – Circa Waves, Wombats, Frank Carter

Kendal Calling Announces Huge 2019 Lineup: Courteeners / Gerry Cinammon / IDLES

After selling out for thirteen years in a row, the UK’s most picturesque festival announces another huge lineup for2 019. Courteeners, Doves, Manic Street Preachers, NileRodgers & Chic and Orbital will headline a four-day weekend of music, arts, comedy, food and drink in the Lake District’s Lowther Deer Park between 25th – 28th July. Courteeners have a new album on the horizon and a decade of anthemic live performances under their belt, which makes them perfectly poised … Continue reading Kendal Calling Announces Huge 2019 Lineup: Courteeners / Gerry Cinammon / IDLES