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Live Review: IDLES at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Following from their high energy debut Brutalism, it was last year’s sophomore release Joy as an Act of Resistance from IDLES which really propelled the five-piece. Making several album-of-the-year lists (but m...

Live Review: Hinds at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Hinds have just concluded their UK leg of their tour and are now venturing out into mainland Europe. Our resident Hinds superfan, Caitlin Shentall, witnessed their penultimate UK show at Leadmill in Sheffield. ...

Live Review: Shame at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Sweat soaked, stormy and sarky as ever. Shame's return to The Leadmill was everything you would expect, and then some. Their absence from Sheffield has been a short one. The South Londoners' last visited the St...

Live Review: Black Honey at The Leadmill, Sheffield

"We sold out the fucking Leadmill!" Lead singer Izzy Baxter screamed, grinning to the venue packed with adoring fans. It was clear why the show sold out. As the lights dimmed and the Brighton four-piece took...

Live Review: Pale Waves at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Manchester’s goth-pop behemoths Pale Waves, returned to The Leadmill with their infectious blend of bubble-gum hooks and post-punk presence. The dream-pop quartet hypnotised fans with their small collection of ...

Jagwar Ma: Sheffield, Sydney and Adele in a Library

Returning last year with their second album Every Now and Then Jagwar Ma, cemented their sound in psychoactive synths and Madchester driven hooks. The Sydney based band are less cemented in location however – i...
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Live Review: Blossoms at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Displaying buckets of confidence and Mancunian spirit to an eager crowd at The Leadmill, it is clear that Blossoms have bloomed into big-league indie performers. Not the kind to make a small entrance, the fi...