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A Storm Of Light and MONO Bring a Dream Odyssey to Left Bank

1 month ago / 0 comments

Of all of the venues that Leeds has to offer, Left Bank is perhaps the most apt for tonight’s selection of music. Once a church, the building has become an arts space utilised for concerts, clothing sales and other events. The space feels particularly well suited for the night’s opening … Read More

Bluedot Festival 2018: A Weekend of Discovery and Inspiration

4 months ago / 0 comments

Bluedot is not your typical music festival. Taking place at Jodrell Bank Observatory, Bluedot festival presents a quality line-up of music along side science talks, ranging from sustainability and climate change to space exploration, panel discussions, and immersive theatre. All of this is set against the backdrop of the iconic … Read More

Of Mice and Men’s ‘Defy’ will make you “punch your fist in defiance”.

10 months ago / 0 comments

Over the course of a career that has thus far spanned almost 10 years, Of Mice and Men have undergone a number of line-up changes, with the roles of band-members constantly shifting; the most recent of these saw Aaron Pauley taking full control of vocal duties. Such changes could easily … Read More

Synthesis by Evanescence

1 year ago / 0 comments

With Christmas lights being switched on across the country, ’tis apparently the season to re-release some old material (and be jolly of course). Over the last month or so, we have seen a number of high-profile bands reissuing old material in some shape or form; examples include R.E.M.’s critically acclaimed … Read More

‘Red Before Black’ by Cannibal Corpse

1 year ago / 0 comments

Having formed almost 30 years ago, Cannibal Corpse have cemented their position in the bedrock of death metal. The somewhat morbidly named band are one of the most well-established on the death metal circuit, with the recently released Red Before Black being their 14th album, and over the course of … Read More

Brooders Storm The Lending Room Stage with New Single ‘Amnesia’

1 year ago / 0 comments

Last Friday marked the release of Brooders’ latest single – ‘Amnesia’ – with the band playing a hometown release show the night before at the Lending Room. Most bands experience some anxiety over the potential for leaks in the build-up to their releases, but not Brooders, with their frontman joking … Read More

Arcane Roots @ Key Club, 17/10

1 year ago / 0 comments

Arcane Roots are, perhaps, a band who have something for everyone. The crowd that descend upon the Key Club tonight appear to represent this perfectly; heavy enough to draw in metalheads, complex enough to draw in hipsters, and yet still accessible enough to draw in mostly anyone else. This Autumn … Read More

Gary Numan @ O2 Academy Brixton

1 year ago / 0 comments

The widespread influence of Gary Numan in modern music is perhaps best illustrated by the variety of genres played over the house sound system as throngs of fans fill the Brixton Academy on Saturday night; these include airy synth-pop, haunting goth rock and pounding industrial metal. Whilst other bands may … Read More

‘Nightbringers’ by The Black Dahlia Murder

1 year ago / 0 comments

For those who aren’t familiar with The Black Dahlia Murder, the death metal band draw their name from an unsolved case involving the brutal murder of a young woman in California during the 1940s. Forming in 2001, the band has released eight albums, each of which has acted to convey … Read More