Live Review: Arlo Parks at Headrow House, Leeds

Bringing tales of heartbreak and hope to Headrow House on her first headline tour, 19-year-old Arlo Parks proved to be both a trail blazing musician and a poignant poet for the new decade. Bounding on to s...

Live Review: Sea Girls at Live at Leeds

On first hearing about Sea Girls, you could be forgiven for dismissing them as another indie band with four white boys and some guitars. However, their Live at Leeds performance proves why there is still plenty...

Live Review: Kate Tempest at Live at Leeds

Kate Tempest had been informed just hours before the set, that a friend had died. She made this clear in a short address to the Leeds crowd before beginning. And while it was uncomfortable to watch as Tempest f...

Live Review: The Amazons at Leeds Brudenell Club

For a heavy guitar band who once spontaneously set their tour bus alight, playing their first Leeds headline show at a 400-capacity venue was never going to be a dim affair. The show was a one-off special fundr...

Live Review: Jagwar Ma at Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

The Brudenell Social Club might have seemed like a bit of an odd setting to see Jagwar Ma in at first glance (there’s something of a living room-esque feel about the place) but by the end of the night it feels ...
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Live Review: Oscar at Oporto, Leeds

Oscar’s breed of infectious indie pop proved the perfect antidote to the impending autumn at the Leeds stop on his latest tour. The ever impressive, always exciting Girli is on support duty. For any who have...

Live At Leeds Review

What were you doing ten years ago? I was shuffling between The Hoosiers and Alphabeat on my iPod nano without a care in the world about the wave of new British bands breaking through at the time. Thankfully...