Plants and our attitudes towards them say a lot about us. From the gentleman gardeners of the Victorian era to..
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Bo Carter’s SS 2015 collection photographed by Richard Mayfield shows off the brands signature dark colours and earthy tones along..
Hardy Amies is a pioneer of men’s fashion. For those familiar with the name, he is perhaps best known as..
Not content with owning half of Call Lane and one of the best restaurants in Trinity, the brains and money..
Our favourite little festival is growing up! In 2015 Beacons Festival will wave goodbye to it’s Skipton home and expand..
Set to kick off 2015 with a string of sold out shows supporting Enter Shikari this February, Leeds based Allusondrugs..
Tall Boys Beer Market was always going to be a special place, with its ace selection of beers and the..
They’ve never been ones for running around making lots of noise, so it seems fitting that Village Bookstore should quietly..
Leeds as a city is rife with options for those who wish to avoid the mainstream and the bland, with..
Menace Beach have been much talked about stalwarts of the Leeds music scene for some time now, maintaining a consistently..
We at Shlur love coffee. Thought we’d best clear that up in case the not infrequent articles about coffee and..
After nearly 6 years apart, ¡Forward, Russia! were invited to play at the centenary celebrations of the Brudenell Social Club,..
With 3 generations of expertise under their belt, Bullish Bespoke are a tailoring business that knows a sharp suit. But..
Always nice to wake up to the news that the festival you’re about to attend has totally sold out. This..
We’ve given you fine folks plenty of info over the last few weeks regards this year’s No/Gloss Film Festival, but..
This article was first published over at Smart.com as part of a promotional campaign between ourselves and them. We have..
With less than a month to go, now seems the perfect time for the next big infodump to get us..
After the sell-out success of last year’s venture at the warehouse dance hall of Canal Mills which we at Shlur..
We found ourselves in Skipton for Beacons Festival again this year and with an improved site consisting of more stages,..
Listen to this: Ya hear that? That’s the noise of strangers. Okay. Maybe not. The Noise Of Strangers is a..
I think it’s probably best to preface this by saying I love Leeds. But that doesn’t mean I turn a..
It’s nearly one year on following the Rana Plaza Bangladesh factory collapse where over 1000 people lost their lives. Recent..
I might be the only American so far to have ever appeared on Channel 4’s “One Born Every Minute” or..
1 in 3 of us now have tattoos. And as the numbers increase so do the number of us wanting..
Finnmark It’s my second time seeing Burley Park’s Finnmark and the band are quickly becoming one of my favourites. When..
The Tactile and the Found: An Interview with James Clarkson, Artist-in-Residence at The Tetley, Leeds
Thank you so much for agreeing to be interviewed for Shlur. I find your work very compelling; I saw your..
Last night I went wassailing in some woods not too far from my house with a bunch of strangers and..
I am the kind of guy who got a taste for coffee when he was 18 and haven’t gone a..
There’s a lot happening in Leeds these days – the former industrial town has become the starting point for the..
It seems the fashion world is embracing a more open attitude towards tattoos in recent times. Not only do tattoos..