High & Lonesome returns for its second annual festival of all things Americana, acoustic and beyond on November 14th at The Brudenell Social Club and Left Bank Leeds. Here’s a taster of the exciting lineup…
On Saturday 22nd November 2014, Leeds based record label and promoters Dead Young proudly present the very first High and Lonesome festival, aiming to celebrate the influence of Americana in modern music.
My playlist review of Denise Van Outen’s one woman musical Some Girl I Used To Know, which premièred this week at the West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Today is the first birthday of Leeds Playlist blog. To celebrate, why not relax and listen to the sweet sounds mixed by Jim (Decknologist). It’s like aural cake.
Keep on Jumpin’ Leeds! Todd Terry comes to Hard Times on Saturday 24 November at The Leeds Warehouse.
At 19 years old, Hard Times is older than some of the freshers in Leeds! *deep sigh* Here’s a mix of classic house tracks by resident DJ Jason Shaw ahead of their visit from Masters at Work DJ Kenny Dope on Saturday. (Are the kids still saying dope?)
Here’s a downloadable Nu-Disco mix by M00dy0 ahead of a truly magical night coming up at The Garage, hosted by The Mash Street Kids. *Disappears in a puff of nu-disco smoke*
You’re turning 19, you’re into house music… what do you want for your birthday? A free downloadable mix by Louie Vega that’s what! Get your dancing shoes on Leeds – Hard Times is celebrating on Sunday!
M00dy0 from The Mash Street Kids gives us a sweet techno mix to download in time for the weekend. Roll on October for their next party!
Boe’s playlist takes us dancing through bars in London, fields in Otley and forests in North Yorkshire. I hope you’re wearing the appropriate footwear…