As Blueprint Records approach their 20th anniversary, long time affiliate of the label, Surgeon releases his new EP, ‘Search Deep..
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For years before and after the Wall fell, Berlin has always inspired an affinity and attraction for those drawn to its uniquely..
February 4th will see the release of Samuel Kerridge’s new EP, Fatal Light Attraction on Downwards Records. The Fatal Light Attraction project was first..
The 10th annual Berlin Festival took over a huge space in Kreuzberg, encompassing some of the city’s biggest venues as..
Follow me to the land of greed, gluttony and grease and smear a good amount of mayo over your face..
They’ve been making noise and putting together shows for years now, with stories of their onstage lunacy and antics known..
Not content with owning half of Call Lane and one of the best restaurants in Trinity, the brains and money..
These are a selection of film reviews that focus on movies you’ve most probably heard of, but perhaps haven’t seen..
Menace Beach have been much talked about stalwarts of the Leeds music scene for some time now, maintaining a consistently..
Forever Cult release their latest double A-side single Yasmin/OceanOceanOcean on Novemeber 3rd. Huddersfield lot, Forever Cult are set to grace..
Reviews of some of the great and not so great food trucks in DC. Street food is the most popular..
As the mildly warm and slightly smoke stained air of Camden hit me and a friend as we headed out..
Pawel Pawliksowski is responsible for some of the most memorable female characters in recent British Cinema. Dina Korzun as Tanya..
Like most young urbanites, I enjoy a good cup of coffee. Rarely without a cup before 2pm, and almost in..
Nation of Shopkeeper’s weekly free Wednesday gig hasn’t been grabbing my attention as much of late, with a lot of..
Last December, I managed to get hold of a ticket for a surprise preview screening at the Institute of Contemporary..
Finnmark It’s my second time seeing Burley Park’s Finnmark and the band are quickly becoming one of my favourites. When..
The Gaslight Café was a spiritual homeland to fans and performers of folk music in New York throughout the 1960s...
When I was 13 I listened exclusively to Blink-182, Green Day and Sum 41. Moving on ten years I still..
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..
Adam Nodwell looked surprisingly relaxed for having such a high position in the Leeds music scene. He is amazingly confident..
Here is music to get excited about. Having recently caught these guys live at Quidrophenia, I was curious to see..
After 6 months of songwriting and honing, the musical bonding of Alex Grew and Joshua Rigal gathered around themselves three..
Seven years running and still going strong, every August Bank Holiday Monday since 2007 has seen Oporto Bar open its doors..
The Shlur team visited the Beacons Festival in Skipton for the first time this year. With a promising line up,..
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..