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This ‘There’s a whole world out there’ features a band from Prague – teepee. I came across this band when attempting to listen to...
Frank introduces this Leeds based band who make music which is 'post-punky, psychy, gothic, moody and atmospheric with this sense of dark joyousness'
'WildCohen make music the like of which I have not heard for years. It’s psychedelic – huge and vastly layered. And it is, to my ears at least, different to some of the bands that are labelled as psych, drawing influences from all sorts of music'
Following a ten night run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the show will be touring the UK, stopping in Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Cardiff, and...
The TOM ROBINSON BAND's debut album Power In The Darkness was first performed 40 years ago in Victoria Park, London in front of 80,000...
Following a series of sold out shows across London, the world's first and only all-female Bruce Springsteen cover band, THE SHE STREET BAND, are...
'I’d recommend adding ‘Close Enough’ to your Summer playlist. Let’s get out in the sun and party people.'
'This thing, people, is as dirty funky rocky as hell. It’s funk as played by a 70s’ New York punk band. It’s a raging maelstrom of sound. It is, and I mean this most sincerely, incredible.'
'This song from KLAMMER is gloriously wonderful, it’s epic, it’s huge. It’s engaging in a ‘sit down and listen to it’ way, and if you’re in the mood for dancing it’ll get you going absolutely crazy in seconds. I, for one, need stuff like this in my life'
'So while my reviews may sometimes be strange and weird or sometimes gush, or sometimes read like I’ve lost it totally, this is what great music does to me. I am first and foremost a music fan, and I’m definitely not going to apologise for that'
As well as bringing you some covers that at least one of us thinks is worth listening to, this column marks the debut of a new LSF writer – Johnny Turner.
The other day I was mentioning to somebody that I liked a band because they sounded like late 70s/early 80s Leeds band Girls At Our Best, who? they asked, well this is the answer to that question...