Flying High Jazz and Blues Picnic

The first Sunday in September usually finds me enjoying jazz and blues at Chapel Allerton Festival. The annual event sees Regent Street packed with people listening to music, drinking beer and eating street food throughout the weekend. Clearly not appropriate for social distancing. However, Jazz Leeds found a way for the music to play on.  Gledhow […]

Declan McKenna’s New Album – Reviewed

You Better Believe!!! Declan Mckenna has bestowed the brand new album Zeros, and my God is it good. Following in the footsteps of debut “What Do You Think of the Car?” Zeros is already on the path to being the voice of its generation.  The 10 track album packs punch after punch, with Declan’s strengths […]

I Break Horses ‘Warnings’

Warnings is a genuine masterpiece of beautiful melody, atmospheric synths, powerfully haunting vocal….. overall a compelling, bittersweet feel that leaves me desperate to see I Break Horses play live. I Break Horses are Maria Lindén and Fredrik Balck, two musicians based in Sweden.  I’ve spoken with Maria briefly, finding out that, along with many other indie […]

C Silver Releases ‘Crimson’

Crimson is the latest self released EP from Leeds based artist C Silver. The EP Crimson ( Named after Crimson and Clover” by Tommy James) showcases a new, more mellow sound bound to leave fans wanting more. When talking about Crimson, C Silver describes the creative process as a body of music that he has […]

The Leeds Music Scene Deserves More Press!

Leeds Living is looking to build its team of writers, ready for the explosion which will be the return to live music on the stages of our favourite venues. If you haven’t written about your music passion before, but have a lot to say, then now could well be your chance.  We ask that you […]