Whobodyhow are an alternative rock three-piece fronted by Milo Finn based just down the road in Leeds. Their latest track explores his mental and physical journey to releasing music. It’s called Vigilant When Sober.Continue reading “Discovery: Whobodyhow”
Jake Whiskin is a Leeds-based folk singer songwriter who I first discovered for the blog at the end of last year. His latest track and video is an ode to teenage years. It’s called Satanic Panic Love Song.Continue reading “Video: Jake Whiskin – Satanic Panic Love Song”
The Glass Pavilion is the solo instrumental project of Leeds-based former York University student Ashley Owens. It emerged as the silver lining to a medically-induced retirement from guitar playing for Ashley, forcing a move into electronic sounds. His new album is called When The Blazing Sun Is Gone.Continue reading “Album Review: The Glass Pavilion – When The Blazing Sun Is Gone”
Jake Whiskin is an acoustic folk singer songwriter who hails from just down the road in Leeds. His latest track explores themes of hope, loss and the passage of time. It’s called Cold Morning.Continue reading “Discovery: Jake Whiskin”
DENSE is a Leeds-based psychedelic rock band who I’ve featured before on the blog. It’s been awhile but I’m pleased to say they’re back with a new single. It’s called Reckoning.Continue reading “New Music: DENSE – Reckoning”
Fold are a nu jazz collective based just down the road in Leeds who feature among their members friend of York Calling, saxophonist Emma Johnson. Their new number is called How Precious They Are.Continue reading “Discovery: Fold”
Four piece Leeds band Vitamin are about to set off on an intense UK tour next month. One of their gigs will include their hometown and it’s a show not be missed. So, we caught up with them to get the lowdown on upcoming gigs at The Brudenell and Live at Leeds, new music and their influences.