Tag : brudenell

The Alarm Play a Standout Show at Brudenell Social Club, 06.12.18

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Welsh alt-rock/new wave/post-punk band The Alarm formed in 1981 out of the ashes of punk band The Toilets and have been touring on and off since their reunion in the late 1990s.  Their blend of genres has led to them being described as “Bob Dylan Meets the Clash” or “a … Read More

Bad Sounds: Helping you to Get Better

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Bad Sounds’ frontmen, and brothers, sit down with our writer Lucy Ingram before their halloween show at Brudenell Social Club to talk about their tour and debut album, Get Better. Defining Bad Sounds’ music is a tricky task. The fresh, infectious band evades easy categorisation, saying “we don’t identify as an indie … Read More

Dream Wife Call All The Bad Bitches to the Front, 25.10.18

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The revival of femme punk has to be one of the most exciting things happening in the rock world today. The old days of ‘sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll have been pushed aside by the likes of Dream Wife, a three-piece feminist riot hailing from Brighton. They are here … Read More

Bad Sounds bring their party to Brudenell, 15/11

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There was anything but bad sounds at Brudenell when this indie-funk band from Bath took over the Community Room on Wednesday night. Full of energy right from the start, if you weren’t there to dance then why were you even there? Fronted by brothers, Ewan and Callum Merrett, who came … Read More

Live At Leeds 2017 – 11 Acts Not To Miss

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In just over two weeks, venues right across the city will be awash with music for the stellar Live At Leeds. Not only that, 2017 marks the festival’s 10th anniversary, and it looks set to be its biggest year yet. Bringing together the best breakthrough talent with established acts from … Read More

One girl, two gigs: reggae is still relevant

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Reggae holds its own in musical history as one of the most influential genres. One might call it a movement, given the social and political impact it had in its native Jamaica in the late 1960s. It has also come to mean more than a movement, being synonymous with Rastafarianism. … Read More

Preview: THABO @ Brudenell, 24/2/17

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Stripped-down soul star Thabo Mkwananzi – known by stage name THABO – returns to Brudenell’s stage on 24th February in a highly anticipated comeback. The Huddersfield-born singer/songwriter/producer, along with his three-piece band The Real Deal, is back with what he has labelled ‘bare knuckle soul’ material.  Building on the success … Read More

Declan McKenna @ Brudenell Social Club, 29/01/2017

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After being compelled by DIY Magazine’s hype over 18-year old Declan McKenna, I found myself stepping into a crowd of bright-eyed, glitter-clad indie kids and feeling as if I was crashing a GCSE results day afterparty. At the ripe old age of 19, I was probably the oldest person in … Read More