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any one else going to this ?
still.. looks pretty good.
sure cockpit to the brud is a hell of a track, but there's plenty on route
3 quid. 56 goes from outside the light to the brudenell. 18 goes from the train station past josephs well.
Firstbus put the prices up again!
Looking forward to Wild Beasts & Slow Club. Chickenhawk too for a bit o' metal.
timeslot's slightly annoying. isn't it something like old romantic killer band, slow club, pulled apart by horses and i concur all on at the same time? would've like to have seen them all
but I didnt have any cash in the end so didnt bother.
I might go for it this year I dunno, I'll see what some mates are up to. I've pretty much seen all the bands I'm fussed about on that list not so long ago so I'm not really gagging to see that many of them.
Official Secrets Act,
Just Handshakes (We're British),
Fight Like Apes,
Pulled Apart By Horses,
British Wildlife & Brudenell in association with Live at Leeds
Bank Holiday Sunday May 3rd
Awesome lo-fi DIY party rock band from Nottingham. Includes the guitarist from LOVVERS. They played a great house party a few months back. Think Cleckhuddersfax meet Sonic Youth.
Shefield's party rock'n'roll noise masters, think Oblivions, The Sonics, Stooges.
STRANGER SON OF WB
Think Birthday Party, The Fall, Joy Division & PIL mixed up into a big soup, put into a time capsule, projected into the future, then brought back to the present for your ears!
These guys deserve to be on MTV, take a look at their ace new video for 'Space & Time' & then come see them!
TWO MINUTE NOODLES
Everybody's childhood seaside excursions come back to haunt them when Two Minute Noodles play their magical organ rock.
He Lives in a shack and makes music, awesome garagey blues from a one man band.
Brand new band from those who brought you Held By Hands & Shittalker, they sound like Unwound which is a rather nice thought!
+ Tea, Cake, Arts & Crafts
The Brudenell Social Club
6pm, £5 or FREE with Live at Leeds wristband
a promoter to play it somehow
But seeing as Grammatics are playing Leeds Met SU, and there's no bands on the list I want to see that I haven't already, I might not bother. That SU holds like 1500 people and it'll be crammed with Maccabees fans.
which probably holds about 750ish
Good shoes are one of the special guests :/
Are at Brudenell 11pm
Think they're playing the slot at the brudenell! Might be a tough one to get into...
Gunna be such a good day though!
I think i'm finishing the night there regardless.
other special guests, rumour has it, are future of the left. why would they put them on at the same time as grammatics? i mean, 9pm? would've been better to put them on at same time as maccabees or something
That's literally the most annoying thing ever.
Future of the Left are on in the Cockpit. This is a nightmare. Why couldn't they be the special guests in the Brude at 11 instead?! that would have rounded off the night spectacularly.
looks like it's a trip to the fav after grammatics. don't fancy maccabees or Good Shoes. white rabbits were great last year at fav, rounded it off well.
They've never failed to put a smile on my face.
The grammatics vs FOTL is a bit of a pain though.
apparently aiden moffat is playing brudenell at midnight!
and I won't be able to make it...
with any luck I should be able to stay for this!
I'm particularly looking forward to seeing Brontide, Cowtown & Diagonal.
found this on lms
Just a few alterations to tell you all about for the weekend:
Special guests at the Cockpit at 9pm are Future of the Left
Special guests at the Brudenell at 11pm are Good Shoes
Barringtone have been replaced by Kinch at the Faversham at 2pm
Bicycle Thieves have been replaced by Silhouette in Cockpit 3 at 7.30pm
The Mark Inside have been replaced by The Kiara Elles at the Brudenell at 5pm
The updated downloadable pdf should be available on the websitem by tomorrow.
reviewing this weekend? Been met with silence so far.
that got requested agessssssssssss ago. I've had to request individual gigs to do so. It's only a tenner for a wristband though I think? So not too bad. I'd say this line up equals the Camden Crawl, for a quarter of the price.
the live at leeds facebook page you may get hold of one of the promoters then.
no, not for DIY- someone else. Individual gigs? That's ridiculous. Let's hope the FB option provides some help.
Who did you see?
I think Pulled Apart By Horses might just be the best band in the world.
agreed - pabh were absolutely insane. best band by miles
It was brilliant.
Fight like apes and Sky larkin at the cockpit were absolutely fantastic.
Then later grammatics and the maccabees topped off a great day. Dancing to the maccabees was the most fun thing I have done in weeks. (I'm a loser...)
heard a bit through the wall- sounded depressingly good.
Thought Saturday was pretty boring, though I enjoyed Chops. Sunday on the other hand was AMAZING. The Hipshakes, Hired Muscle and Human Hair were totally great, and then Two Minute Noodles were another level. Best gig in ages.
really wanted to see sky larkin but couldn't get in/
for some reason my computer decided to post my reply for me....
anyway, pulled apart by horses were awesome. wanted to see dinosaur pile up but didn't want to miss future of the left.
i also saw the voluntary bulter scheme which was fairly enjoyable.
i also stopped by the brude on the way home and saw mi mye but the sound was wayyyyyyy too quiet
they used to play Leeds 3 times a week at shows that never sold out.
I think I've seen Pulled Apart By Horse accidently more times than I have on purpose just from them getting on all the bills all the time in Leeds. And I don't even go to loads of gigs in leeds.
it's like for this one weekend a year, people remember leeds has a music scene.
I saw PABH holy state and rolo tommassi the week before this even and it was pretty dead unfortunatly. Leeds has so many ace gigs going on all year from all the quality local indie stuff to the dubstep, I wish I could get overe every week for something.
Pulled Apart By Horses and Wild Beasts were great fun. Tigers That Talked and the Joy Formidable were impressive too, despite it being insanely warm/sweaty/nasty in jo's well.
Mumford and Son's were wonderful at the Brudenell, though Good Shoes weren't great, the stage looked like a creche for most of the gig
Shame about the massive ques, missed Sky Larkin and Dinosaur Pile-Up because of them, but a good day overall
once I realised that there was no chance of getting into Joseph's Well for Wild Beasts, me and my sister headed straight back to the Faversham for Stricken City, then Joseph's Well for The Joy Formidable (my discovery of the weekend), then food and a walk in the park were we caught some free open air shows, then The Library for Brontide, then Brudenell SC for Mumford & Sons and finally The Packhorse for Cowtown.
the only queue I was in was to get OUT of the Brudenell SC after Mumford & Sons -
I normally like the place, but on this occasion I was pleased to escape BSC after Mumford & Sons.