Tag : Love Muscle

Not with a fizzle but with a bang: Secret Garden Party 2017

1 year ago / 0 comments

It is with a heavy heart that we must wave goodbye to Secret Garden Party, an institution of British festival season since its debut in 2004. But every dog has its day, and as the festival closes its doors on over a decade of fun and madness, we take a … Read More

Voter registration incentives: Leeds events

1 year ago / 0 comments

In the 2015 general election, 34% of the electorate did not register to vote. In the recent referendum on Britain’s place in the EU, 64% of 18-24s did not vote at all. To prevent this happening in the upcoming general election on June 8th, some Leeds-based event organisers are targeting … Read More

Review – Love Muscle w/ Lakuti at Wharf Chambers

2 years ago / 0 comments

Love Muscle is an alternative LGBTQ+ clubbing experience which Leeds has been in dire need of. The self-proclaimed ‘pumping gay dance party’ held monthly at Wharf Chambers certainly lived up to its name. This time around, the event welcomed Berlin based Lakuti to spin some house music which made for … Read More

Feature – I went to Love Muscle and the next morning there was a rainbow over Hyde Park

2 years ago / 0 comments

Love Muscle celebrated its first birthday at Wharf Chambers last weekend. It would be very hard to overstate just how much fun was had by all involved. Earlier in the year, the founder of the much celebrated and now retired Bloc festival, George Hull, controversially attacked the current state of … Read More

Review – Brudenell Groove’s Fresh Start

2 years ago / 0 comments

Coming back for my third and final Leeds Freshers’  Week after a year spent wallowing in the relative utopia of Munich’s club scene, I was preparing myself for what had become the norm: a single mediocre night out at the Faversham followed by six days of sitting in a living … Read More

Feature – Love Muscle

3 years ago / 0 comments

For the more discerning club goer, the Leeds gay scene is a bit of an insult. The selection ranges from Queens Court to Mission, and not much further. It is suffering from a serious bout of stagnation, as well as emitting an overwhelming whiff of cheese. People like DJ Michael … Read More