When Irish three-piece Slow Riot released their EP ‘Cathedral’ (see HERE for our feature) they quite easily became one of our favourite new bands. Taking a heavy influence from the best post-punk has had to offer (Gang of Four, Wire, God Speed You Black Emperor to name but a few) and giving it their own …

It’s thirty five years since Tainted Love hit the number one spot across the globe, and in doing so launched the illustrious career of tonight’s star, Marc Almond. Tonight is a celebration of that career and we’ve been promised a personal set of his own favourites. The concert opens with the Leeds College of Music Contemporary …

Their debut album contains a track that tells the tale of a cat tripped out on magic mushrooms. I thought this sounded like a story I wanted to hear, so I delved a little deeper and discovered a band of shack dwellers from Nashville that play some super fine chilled out tunes just perfect for …

Wave / Form – Terminal Gods debut album – kicks in with the fuzz fed guitar feedback, drum machine heavy intro to Shockwave and right from the off makes clear it’s intent. Their guitars are switched to power play, their synths set to stun,  all combine to compliment their lead singers undeniable baritone vocals and …

Lola Colt have taken a slight diversion from the high paths and deep valleys of the psychedelic desert we are used to, and found themselves holed up in sugar sweet 60’s dancehall for latest release ‘Moonlight Mixing’. Roll back the carpet , and hit the floor… For those of you thirsting for more of a psyched …

The evening starts with a poem. A short piece that, forgive the romantic in me, channels the vibe of Ginsberg and beautifully set’s the tone for tonight’s ‘happening’. I say happening because the Brian Jonestown Massacre are far from just another band, and with the promise of a three hour set, its fair to say, …

Long Division 2016 launched itself into the weekend with post-punk outfit Gang of Four. For some reason they’ve been crammed into the smaller hall at Unity Works which makes for a sweaty, intimate start to the weekends shenanigans. As is tradition from previous years, the support for the evening comes from an up and coming local …

Harking back to a time when the world was preparing to tune in and drop out, Froot ’67 – ‘Chaos Theory’ is an unabashed psych infused rock trip down nostalgia way. Tinged with influences form Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd and The Doors, bass player and vocalist Stevie explains the theory behind the song – “Chaos Theory …

Latest single from The Cult of Dom Kellar boldly steps into the dark to bring a tune that should be equally appealing to the leather clad, sunglasses after dark goths as it is the more discerning psilocybin fueled psychonauts. “We wanted it to sound like a volcano giving birth to an atomic bomb. It has bass and …

The Eiger Studios, perched on the outskirts of town, provided a more than suitable base camp for Karma Leeds fourth annual love in. The venue is lit with the liquid lights of Melt Trip who did a sterling job ensuring that the optical side of things remained tuned into the sonic side of things. Add to …