On Saturday 4th December, Warehouse Project provided a home for another top three night out of the year.
Whilst being a full headline show, the set still felt like a teaser of what may yet come from Tigercub once these songs surely ring around a larger room in due course.
The whole band delivered an exceptional performance that the crowd really responded to.
Her addictive Adult Contemporary, Neo-Soul style made for Sunday mornings translated perfectly to a Saturday night out.
The former railway station has hosted the best parties in 2021.
Almost a decade since she first graced our screens, Lucy Spraggan played an acoustic show at The Warehouse on the 4th of November. With support coming from Billy Lockett, a Northampton-based singer-songwriter, the night was a roaring success. In the intimate set, she took the audience through the story of her career. A showcase highlighting the ups and downs of her journey from the X-Factor stage to her latest album Choices.
‘Never Before’ (if you’ll excuse the pun) has a band from the other side of the world slotted in so perfectly into the indie scene of the North of England. DMA’S – the honorary Northerners, […]
On Wednesday night, genre-defying duo Jockstrap, who mix electronica with classical strings and angelic vocals, performed to a sold-out crowd in popular Leeds venue Headrow House.
After a night enjoyed by everyone present, it appears that the only way is up for The Lathums.
Kasabian have propelled into their new era with absolute certainty that they will remain at the pinnacle of UK live music for decades to come.
Fry brought yet another stellar line up of DJs and producers, who find their music on the breakbeat continuum, to Old Red Bus station on Saturday.
Hosting a crowd with a taste for body rattling breaks, License to Jungle began their two week residency in partnership with Coco Bryce on Friday – and it didn’t disappoint.