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On a cold November evening, Irish singer/songwriter Lyra descended on to the Leeds Arena stage as the support slot for fellow Irish musicians, Westlife. Her music in the past has been compared to the likes of Florence and the Machine, Kate Bush and Enya and it’s clear to see why. Her stage presence is magical …

There’s a real buzz in the O2 Academy in Leeds. Last time Holly Humberstone headlined a tour in Leeds, she played solo to around 400 fans at the Brudenell Social Club. Since that night, things have really taken off for the 22 year-old singer-songwriter, with US headline tours and support slots for Olivia Rodrigo and …

Fontaines D.C. returned to Glasgow on their current UK tour, upgrading capacity wise from last year’s appearance at Barrowlands (1,900) to the O2 Academy (2,500), but still for two nights such is the demand for tickets in the city. The first night saw a queue form well ahead of the doors opening and the rush …

Friday night at The Great Club Marrickville marked the start of an east coast tour for Toby Martin, best known as lead singer of Sydney indie band Youth Group. If this show is anything to go by, audiences on the rest of the tour will be delighted. The night opened with award winning screen composer, …

Rounding out a full week of seven gigs in a row, Tim Rogers with his band The Twin Set, delighted a full room at The Great Club Marrickville on Thursday night. A punishing schedule of gigs for the front man between his duties with You Am I, The Hard Ons and solo pursuits including his …

Photos by Anthony Moore Mikey Shuman‘s (Queens of the Stone Age) new solo project GLU blends a mix of hip-hop, electronic beats and technical guitar rifts to bring a unique indy sound. GLU is currently on tour, supporting Phantogram, making a stop this past Saturday in Spokane, Washington. Backseat Mafia’s Anthony Moore was there to …

Maryland singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers kicked off her world tour in Leeds on Halloween, getting the Feral Joy roadshow off to a flying start. Around 1,500 packed into the O2 Academy, many suitably attired for the spooky festivities, which no doubt continued into the damp West Yorkshire night. Her socials promised something fun and special for …

The Feeling are back after a 5 year break and they’re starting their nights with a little bit of Canadian pop-rock courtesy of Altameda. This Americana style pop-rock 4 piece provide a lot of fun, upbeat tracks during their short time on stage and the head banging pianist is a unique addition to any band. …

Friday night saw hard rockers Wolfmother turn Dee Why RSL into one huge moshpit. Complete with crowd surfers, stage invaders and stage divers, including one brazen audience member telling security to ‘hang on’ before they ejected him so he could get some crowd footage on his phone. Local boys, Tchitaki opened the night and played …

Watford 4-piece The Hunna hit Leeds on the latest night of their UK tour, lighting up the Student Union at Leeds Beckett. We were a few days away from the release of their new Gil Norton-produced fourth record, which drops today (28.10.22), and they have been out on the road to share this new music …