Tag : amelia whyman

Dusky bring live ‘Outer’ tour to Canal Mills this February

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The house revival of the early 2010s gave rise to artists that created originality within the genre, and made it the oh-so-popular section of the music scene that it is today. London house duo Dusky are no exception. Finding influence in an expansive body of genres, ranging from Belgian techno, … Read More

Review – Flux x Snowbombing w/ Denis Sulta and Levon Vincent

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Walking into the Flux x Snowbombing party I was met with the familiar and dulcet tones of ‘Last Night a DJ saved my life’. Flux is renowned for dabbling in disco classics and I’m a definite fan. The Warehouse room lived up to this reputation, providing an accumulation of throwbacks … Read More

Review – Cirque du Soul w/ Shy FX at Canal Mills

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Cirque du Soul last Wednesday night provided a cocktail of cheese room tunes, drum and bass, grime and Shy FX. Myles Harvey warmed up the crowd for the headline act with a mix of Fugees, Andy C and Paul Simon. The mixes were well received and the sing-along potential was … Read More

Review – HighRise 4th Birthday w/ Congo Natty at Beaver Works

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HighRise is incredibly popular with Leeds students, it’s one of the city’s most notorious events. Last Friday’s fourth Birthday lived up to this reputation of packed out line ups and impressive production value. At no point in the night was the rammed Back Room without a queue, and rightfully so. … Read More

Feature – Back to Basics returns to new venue Church

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Since December 2014 ‘Halo’ sat on Woodhouse Lane as an abandoned myth, freshers’ older siblings telling tales of messy ‘Quids In’ nights at a converted church handily situated right next to Flames. This week, however, Halo will be reopened as the revamped and restyled ‘Church’, a venue that already looks … Read More

Preview – Fools Paradise Festival 2016

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Following the success of last year’s Fools Paradise Festival, which saw the likes of Hot Chip, So Solid Crew and Big Narstie perform in the diversely decorated University Union, Good Life returns on the 24th September with even more arenas and a strong line-up guaranteed to exceed last year’s success. … Read More

In The Middle with Clean Cut Kid

3 years ago / 0 comments

As Absent Parachute began their high energy set at Leeds Oporto Bar on Tuesday 8th March, I sat down with Liverpool quartet, Clean Cut Kid. Of course, the noise of which made an audible interview difficult, meaning that the intimate downstairs space next to the toilets became a strangely perfect setting … Read More

Hills End by DMA’s

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After storming onto the Radio 1 playlist at the end of last year with their single ‘Delete,’ DMA’s debut album Hills End has been heavily awaited by anyone with an interest in Britpop. The Australian trio introduce a harmony of melodic guitar throughout the album, with soft drums created a … Read More