Finnmark It’s my second time seeing Burley Park’s Finnmark and the band are quickly becoming one of my favourites. When..
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Picture this: Hammersmith station, a little after 6:30pm. There’s me, flu-stricken and leaning against a pillar next to a statue..
Youth and subculture never really left Brighton. Some of the best venues and most progressive sounds set up roots in..
The New Year has only just begun and already we’ve got some great new songs blasting round Shlur HQ. We’ve..
When I was 13 I listened exclusively to Blink-182, Green Day and Sum 41. Moving on ten years I still..
December holds one of my favourite musical events of the year, New Years Eve. Every year, I make sure to..
Filthy Boy are a slick alternative indie band who tell naughty, twisted stories in deep sultry tones wise beyond their..
Here’s the latest installment of Sounds of Shlur featuring a variety of music that we have been listening to over..
I was first introduced to Wolf Alice at Beacons Festival this past summer on the main stage. I was an..
Amongst my various social circles it would be unheard of for someone to go clubbing to a banging techno night..
It is 1.30am. Precisely 50 hours have passed since I stepped off an EasyJet plane at Schönefeld airport and took..
It’s been another good month for music here at Shlur. Octernal gave us plenty to listen to, and some of..
A one-time bedroom project grown increasingly too large for such confined spaces, Leeds-based Wolverhampton natives Paper Tiger have been playing..
Taking over the Brudenell and Left Bank Church this bright and rainy October 19th Saturday, a who’s who roster of..
Manchester-based hip hop and electronica lover Groovement AKA Agent J has steadily expanded from a regular show on Unity Radio..
The 360 Club is known for welcoming a variety of bands from all over Yorkshire. Tonight (October 4th) we see Carnabells, a..
There is a dark and powerful beauty embodied by Danish native Agnes Obel, capturing in her piano poetry the magic of..
There must come a time in all promoters’ careers when they realise they no longer want to put on events..
Adam Nodwell looked surprisingly relaxed for having such a high position in the Leeds music scene. He is amazingly confident..
Another month of Shlur, another month of music rattling in and out our bust up ear drums. A week’s stopover in..
Can you believe it? Shlur enters it’s second month of publication. That month is September and I can’t thank all..
The first in a monthly playlist brought to you by us at Shlur. At the end of every month we’ll..
Well what a week it has been. I sit here in my kitchen with a self induced cold caused by..
Resistance culture in Palestine defines and unites Palestinians. The need for resistance of the Israeli occupation has become an integral..
The Shlur team visited the Beacons Festival in Skipton for the first time this year. With a promising line up,..
It’s Friday and it’s the week in review. Or is it? Due to the majority of Shlur staff being at..
Gratis Gig Wednesdays: This Many Boyfriends, Letters To Fiesta and Finnmark at Nation Of Shopkeepers
Wednesdays at Nation Of Shopkeepers have become an institution in Leeds, offering free gigs featuring quality bands that more often..