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INTERVIEW: Liam Sullivan

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Leeds based Liam Sullivan is the singer/songwriter who prompted me to say 'What you expect from Liam is a fantastically written lyric, a great vocal and music that is so well put together it hurts' in one of my reviews. I 'sat down' with him over exchanged emails to find out more

FEATURE: Scenius set the scene for their debut album ‘Enough Fears’

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With an album - ‘Enough Fears’ - coming out on 4th December after four fantastic singles, Frank ‘talked’ to Steve and Fabrice about making music when you’re on opposite sides of The Channel, the album, musical roots and plans for the future.

LABEL FEATURE: Monomyth Records

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Monomyth Records is a not for profit record label and artist collective based in Leeds. Established in 2017 the label is overseen by Bob Brazill and Ed Heaton. After working in the music industry for nearly three decades and encompassing all manner of roles , Bob and Ed decided to join forces. The goal of the label is to gather and develop new music from an eclectic mix of artists and to serve as a launch pad for their work

News

SINGLE NEWS: Orielles’ Henry Carlyle’s debut solo single ‘The Ground’

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Henry worked on the track with friends, including Julia Bardo. His opening side-project salvo gathers sonic strands of avant-garde pop to draw a New...

STREAM NEWS: ‘Dear John’ third annual concert for War Child UK...

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STREAMED WORLDWIDE: 9th OCTOBER - Featuring guest appearances from: Matt Lucas, Jack Savoretti, Peter Frampton, Yola, Martin Freeman, Fearne Cotton, Irvine Welsh, Judie Tzuke + many more

SINGLE & ALBUM NEWS: Carol Hodge drops single ‘The Moan Of...

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Yorkshire based singer-songwriter Carol Hodge is a wonderful musical dichotomy. With her roots and ethics firmly set in punk as keyboard player and long-term...

Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Fold – ‘Aphelion: a tribute to Lorraine Hansberry’

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A Fold album can be appreciated on two levels. Firstly musically as fantastic music that is intriguing and compelling and, secondly, on an intellectual...

EP REVIEW: Ruth Toynton – ‘Retrograde’

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I know very little about Ruth beyond the facts that she’s a Hull based singer and writer who’s in love with Soul, Jazz and...

EP REVIEW: The Battery Farm – ‘Dirty Den’s March of Suffering’

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The Battery Farm make raw, sometimes raucous, visceral music. This, their second EP, has build on that, they’ve stretched out and showing they are...

Columns

FRANKS COLUMN: ‘Frank, your reviews can be a little, how do...

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'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'

FRANK & JOHNNY’S COLUMN: More covers

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.

FRANK’S COLUMN: Girls At Our Best – An appreciation

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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...
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