With a strong emphasis on local talent old and new, inner city electronic returned to Leeds last month, rounding off the year in style through its 24-hour celebration of electronic music. Early on in the […]
Back in May, two of Leeds’ freshest collectives, Equaliser and Stretchy Dance Supply, came together at Sheaf Street to put on the kind of night that typified their rise on the scene. Stretchy Dance Supply […]
With its bi-monthly nights at Hyde Park Book Club and now Belgrave Music Hall, as well as a regular ambient show on KMAH radio, audio-visual collective Think Tank is currently pushing the boundaries of what […]
While we were all attempting to enjoy our Easter, despite the onslaught of dissertations, essays and revision, a little birdy (LeedsFess) informed us that our city’s sacred nightlife is set to undergo some construction. And […]
The inaugural edition of Krankbrother’s Re-Textured festival took over London back in March, and for its second night brought a number of techno heavy-weights to E1. As a conceptual, city-based festival, Re-Textured fills a much […]
As festival season approaches, Clubs Editors Caris Dollard and James Dewar take you through four must-attend festivals happening across the UK and Europe in the coming months. Wigflex City Festival (Nottingham, 5th May) The inaugural […]
Newly established events company, Yutaru, have announced their first fundraising event – hosting DOMI at The Wardrobe this upcoming June. The rise of immoral austerity policies implemented from Westminster has coincided with the birth of […]
“The collaborative nature of the event is extremely important to us as a festival… we want to be representative of a culture, a scene and a city.” Whether you’re preparing for a dissertation, visa application […]
Back in February, Nottingham-based charity night, Duende, made its highly-anticipated Leeds debut at Blueberry Hill Studios. Run by Douglas McConachie, a student whose DJ successes are earning him a renowned presence on the local music […]
Stepping up to the decks with a saxophone in hand, DJ Hannah-Mae Birtwell is an exciting presence on the Leeds music scene. We asked her about what its like as a female DJ and her […]
In what is a notoriously male-dominated industry, this International Women’s Day we’re celebrating the female DJs who have not only been killing it with their unbelievable talent but are set to keep turning heads for the rest of this year. Carista A Dutch-Surinamese DJ, Carista (above) is an innovative female artist whose music doesn’t really fit into one box. Her sets are diverse, ranging from hip-hop to […]
Ahead of his set at Headrow House on Friday 22nd March, we caught up with left-field house producer and DJ Kornél Kovács to chat all about his upcoming album and the prospect of taking up […]
A 33-year-old man has been arrested in Leeds on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism, the Independent has reported. The man has been taken to West Yorkshire police station following an ‘intelligence-led’ operation. The suspect’s […]
Looking to revamp your playlist? Well why not dig into the homegrown talent from the garden of Leeds-en with these five fresh talents. POLO Alternative pop mavericks Polo effortlessly combine irresistible hooks, dreamy synths and […]
Moving to a new city is hard enough, but when you come face to face with the culture crawling down every Leeds side street, it’s hard to know where to start. But fear not, our […]
After a decade in folk trio Mountain Man, Molly Sarlé has gone solo and is releasing her debut album later this month. Alex Gibbon caught up with her during her European tour for an introspective, thoughtful yet effortlessly charming chat about the joys of Yorkshire’s moors, going solo, and karaoke calamities.
After the success of ‘Pretty Girl’, hopes were high for Clairo’s debut album, Immunity, and Katy Henderson promises those hopes were definitely exceeded.
Sam Fender, a BBC Sounds nominee (2018) and Brits Critic’s Choice Award Winner (2019) is the lovely lad whose husky vocals have graced our soundwaves this year. After the success of his singles ‘Talk in […]
Guiseley welcomed Hereford to a sunny Nethermoor Park for their 11th fixture of the 2019/20 National League North season. Both sides ended last season at the wrong end of the table (19th and 17th respectively), but, whereas Hereford sat 15th at the start of the day on 12 points, Guiseley had enjoyed better fortunes in the opening 10 games sitting in 5th position at the start of the day on 17 points.
So, you’ve cancelled your gym membership and you’ve picked up the courage to move away from home. Want to stay fit and meet people with similar interests? Leeds University has so many sports clubs in-store that cater for all.
Local lads Atlanta House bring their dreamy indie-rock to the intimate Oporto, with a generous helping of infectious energy.
The collaboration of three of the biggest names in music right now makes for one of the most exciting releases of the year thus far – but does ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ warrant the hype it has received?
Recently I keep finding myself being too scared to post pictures I actually like on Instagram. I find it hard to post a picture without messaging at least one of my friends saying, ‘is this […]