Live at Leeds – the “metropolitan festival” – is back on Saturday 29th April – and venues across the city will be hosting loads of bands and solo acts. The line-up has been announced and we pick out the gigs you can’t miss.
FCK LDN is dedicated to digging into hidden corners of culture outside London, documenting the up and coming. Then someone like Neil Young comes to town; the eternal workman, clad in plaid and we roll over like obedient puppies. Hello, Mr. Soul – we don’t need to give you a reason. This is Neil Young.
Ann Barrass takes in a conversation with punk artist Linder Sterling at the British Art Show 8 in Leeds.
Just over a year ago, one of the most influential and renowned small venues in the UK closed their heavy metal mirror doors for good. Alex Coates mourns.
Bass legend Mike Watt talks to FCK LDN about Iggy and the Stooges, Minutemen and his new band Cuz as he embarks on a tour across the UK.
Leeds based four-piece Deadwall’s full length, DIY album shows every other post-demo age band how it should be done.
Leeds based Sunwølf are playing with smoke and mirrors on their stunning 3rd release. We review a double set that takes us on a journey from fuzztone hate in the belly of Hades to angelic choirs in icy mountains.
Mike Watt, bass legend of fIREHOSE, The Minutemen and, latterly, the reformed Stooges is in the UK to “play us some of his own music”. Days later it’s still messing with our heads. We report from The Brudenell in Leeds.