Leeds Gigs 1st to 15th February

Leeds’ music venues continue to offer a wealth of local and national talent, encouraging emerging artists and welcoming the more familiar faces.

Mabel on 2nd at 02 Academy 

Praise for ‘High Expectations’, Mabel’s debut album:

“One of the UK’s biggest pop stars” Guardian Guide
“Mabel is rising to the occasion…this is a record for good times and forgetting your troubles” The Times ****
“Sleek and smart…one of 2019’s breakout stars” The Telegraph
“Mabel has perfected the art of writing songs that even on first listen sound totally ubiquitous” Q
“Mabel steps towards the major leagues…cements her as a proper, high definition pop star” The Face

Terrorvision on 7th and 8th at  The Warehouse

In celebration of the newly refurbished The Warehouse, Terrorvision have announced a one-off, special live show at the Leeds venue on Saturday 8th February and an additional date on Friday 7th February owing to phenomenal demand.

Beans on Toast 7th at The Brudenell

Beans has just released his 11th album “The Inevitable Train Wreck”, which sees him giving his unique spin on Brexit, the environment, technology and more. Beans’ latest was made in collaboration with Lewis & Kitty Durham (of Kitty, Daisy & Lewis fame) who give it an upbeat vintage 50’s rock’n’roll flavour and will be performing in Beans’ band for his upcoming tour.

#360RAW12 on 7th at The Lending Room – Fudge, Sir Curse, The Harriets and Teeff


“… Unhinged seems to be what Fudge do best, their laddish charm and punk rock attitude instigating the chaos they need for them to feel content. This is indie-rock gone rogue; something in their generic formula went awfully wrong in the most brilliant way to create this monster …” YORKSHIRE POST

Sir Curse

Totally barnstorming set by the extraordinary Sir Curse. Now that’s an object lesson on how to end a set; Sir Curse positively storming it at #360RAW tonight TOM ROBINSON | BBC 6 MUSIC

The Harriets

To me, their song Television sounds like a lost classic recording from CBGBs-era New York, which in my book is high praise indeed …” TOM ROBINSON | BBC 6 MUSIC


… Absolutely incredible …BBC INTRODUCING

Dry Cleaning on 15th at Hyde Park Book Club 

Photograph by Hanna-Katrina Jedrosz

The band have seen significant international press and radio support, including a 7.8 for the EP at Pitchfork and playlisting at 6 Music. Additionally, Stereogum has named them a Band to Watch.

Coming up soon – our roundup for Feb 16 – 29th, including Cage The Elephant on 16th, Joe Gideon on 18th, Inhaler on 21st, Becky Hill on 21st, The Script on 21st, Damien Jurado on 25th, Thumper on 26th, Darwin Deez on 26th, Hands Off Gretel on 27th and Ivory Wave on 27th.  



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