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Live Review: Super Furry Animals – The Leadmill – 26 April 2016

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Live: I Set the Sea on Fire. The Leadmill 08/03/2014

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King Street in Newtown was flourishing with mixed levels of excitement and edginess. At the heart of it, next to the station and that nightmare of a junction, a newly label signed Adelaidean duo called TOWNS were coordinating their night in a flurry of meet and greets well overdue. My night started off in rather …

Bob Mould will forever embody the energy of a three-piece punk band. All that’s needed is a Fender Stratocaster and an amp. He’s one of those rare performers who can command a space with no backing band. “Is this amp loud enough for ya?,” he asked. “ I have to ask, because it never seems …

If you like your alternative indie with a serious helping of social comment and conscience, you could have done much worse than getting to Leeds on Thursday night to see Canadian twins Softcult as they wrapped their first headline UK tour.  Having formed in Kitchener, Ontario in 2020, Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn have spent the …

Imelda May has been on tour since the beginning of April with her Made to Love spring tour, running through April and May with dates all across the UK and Ireland, ending with three dates in her home town of Dublin.Support in Dublin was Rachael Sage and Niall McNamee. The Sunday night was the final …

We’ve interviewed them, reviewed their last album (which was listed by Backseat Mafia in the top 100 releases of last year), and now we had a chance to see the magnificent Holy Holy tread the boards in the much COVID delayed but highly anticipated ‘Hello My Beautiful World’ tour. This was a magnificence performance, buoyed …

Glasgow’s Joesef brings his tour to Leeds tonight, playing to a sold out Brudenell Social Club. The Scot’s alternative indie vibe seemed to find new ways to connect with people over the last couple of years. After smashing a sold out gig in the famous King Tut’s in his hometown, before even releasing a song, …

Even before the live music began there was a sense that something extraordinary was about to happen in the snug confines of the artsy Rose Hill pub on Tuesday night. The stage was set, dismembered guitar, clamps and vintage vox amp to the left, a yawning cabinet to the right, sprawling with leads that buried …

Anna Meredith’s electronic pop music has always been orchestral in scale, layered, interconnected, harmonically complex and structured like a tight stack of circuit boards, wired for glorious sound. So the notion of performing her Mercury Award nominated second album FIBS with the London Contemporary Orchestra seemed more than a natural step to take, a drift …

I’ve waited a long , long time to re-join the Athens scene , so to speak. Not just as a musician myself, having made the grand exodus to London to live the dream like most of us in Athens have. So i decided to pave my way back with my journalists hat on, and , …