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Wed4March
Fighting Caravans
We Were Frontiers & JonnytheFirth
7.30pm

£3 adv.
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A tacky disco meets a Last-mile wake...Fighting Caravans are a 5-piece Alternative Rock band from Leeds, UK. Formed in early 2014, the group record political and spiritual disdain with Americana/Blues overtones.

The vintage guitar sounds lend to an aching exposition of lyrical variety, from the final confessional moments of a felo-de-se to narcotic anthropomorphism, Fighting Caravans have a burden only alleviated via public execution.

In a French coma, I give in...

Bandcamp: www.fightingcaravans.bandcamp.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/fightingcaravans

Support from the Ennio Morricone meets Mumford 'We Were Frontiers' and one man Blues sensation JonnytheFirth.

£3 adv. from Crash, Jumbo & online.

Sun8March
Double Denim Live
THE CONCETINES, FROM THE STICKS, BILLY BIBBY, ARTHUR AND THE ANTIDOTES
7pm


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Double Denim Live bring you 4 quality artists at one of Leeds top live music venues. The Concetines headline for us for the first time with support coming in the form of From The Sticks / Billy Bibby / Arthur and the Antidotes

TICKETS: http://www.double-denim-live.co.uk/

Band members will also have physical tickets.

DOORS: 7PM ~ FIRST BAND: 7:30PM

AGE RESTRICTION: 16+

The Concetines:

www.soundcloud.com/theconcetines
www.twitter.com/theconcetines
www.theconcetines.bandcamp.com

From The Sticks:

https://www.facebook.com/FromTheSticks?ref=ts&fref=ts
http://www.fromthesticksband.co.uk/

Billy Bibby:

Ex Catfish and the bottlemen lead guitarist returns to the music scene pursuing his solo career. Billy played Double Denim Live just before christmas to a packed crowd and went down a treat so you really dont want to miss him.

Arthur and the antidotes:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjNHKh2FhUgq0Kqczw2PzBg
https://www.facebook.com/ArthurandtheAntidotes/timeline

Mon9March
Gaslight Club
Mulholland, Wes Finch & Martin Plock
8pm

Free Entry

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Leeds' finest free for all, NYC, Greenwich Village Style, Hootenanny.

Every Monday Dead Young Records' Gaslight Club welcomes the best songwriters, singers, acoustic acts, bands, performances and the more eclectic and eccentric elements of Leeds' (and more recently the world's) musical scene to Oporto or a hushed, candle lit soiree hosted by the incredibly gifted Gary Stewart and his talented friends.

This week we have: Mulholland, Wes Finch & Martin Plock

...and of course your host as always Gary Stewart!

From 8.30pm - 11pm (bar til 2am)
Oporto
Call Lane, Leeds, LS1

FREE ENTRY & special offers from Dogging Club!

Wed11March
7.30pm

£8 adv.
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The Guardian says: Sivu is a singer-songwriter known by his adopted Finnish name (he's James Page on his gas bill) and for a tremulous quaver that if it's not falsetto certainly aims high. He sounds like a one-man Wild Beasts, which admittedly is easy to say of any male solo artist these days with a voice that isn't as deep as a chopped and screwed Tyler, the Creator. He's managed by ATC (Nick Cave, Laura Mvula), and he's about to be signed to a major to work on an album with Alt-J's producer Charlie Andrew, on the back of a couple of singles that occupy the polite middle ground between An Awesome Wave's idiosyncratic indie and Hayden Thorpe and Co's neo-operatic pop, with a dash of Gotye's textured Australiana. The accompaniment, whoever is responsible for it (our info just mentions Sivu, no other musicians), is ornate but not overblown, going beyond the usual bass and drums,. The lyrics, evincing a preoccupation with the religious, point towards a sensitive individual, not a Liam Gallagher type. Although he is a self-confessed doubter, fully expect to hear a choir of Sivus on several of the tracks.

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His debut single, Better Man Than He, released in February, came accompanied by a video – possibly something of a first? – filmed at Bart's Hospital in London and featuring a 24-year-old musician singing live from within an MRI scanner. It has been viewed half a million times on YouTube, indicating that the barometer hasn't quite swung away from quirky indie yet. It opens with some askew la-la-la's (they're more like lo-lo-lo's) and grows into a melody that, if it had a temperature, would definitely be warm. "We'll find faith in the most magical of places," sings Sivu, an agnostic whose mind sounds pretty open. His voice suggests a more embraceable Thom Yorke while the producer works the pitter-patter of a beat and the glissando of strings to maximum effect as Sivu gets all Old Testament. There's another track entitled God Speaks In Tongues while on Family Tree he comes over all forlorn as he realises, "I guess heaven ain't the safest place". Think Jake Bugg with a degree in Religious Studies.

The buzz: "Effortlessly instant pop songs, laced with sentiment and bright ideas" - This is Fake DIY.

Sun15March
Tom Williams
Hunting Bears & Pip Mountjoy
7.30pm

£6 adv.
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We're very pleased to welcome Tom Williams of Tom Williams & the Boat back to Leeds for an intimate show. Tom will be performing material from his new stripped back, solo mini-album 'New Guitar'

The Line of Best Fit are streaming a mini-doc about Tom's latest project and recording this latest release.
Check it out here!

Support from the amazing Hunting Bears & Pip Mountjoy!

Tickets in Crash, Jumbo & https://www.musicglue.com/high-and-lonesome/events/15-mar-15-tom-williams-tom-williams--the-boat-oporto/

Mon16March
Gaslight Club
Leeds College of Music special
8pm

Free Entry

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Leeds' finest free for all, NYC, Greenwich Village Style, Hootenanny.

Every Monday Dead Young Records' Gaslight Club welcomes the best songwriters, singers, acoustic acts, bands, performances and the more eclectic and eccentric elements of Leeds' (and more recently the world's) musical scene to Oporto or a hushed, candle lit soiree hosted by the incredibly gifted Gary Stewart and his talented friends.

This week we have a specially selected line up of the finest new acoustic toting talent from Leeds College of Music.

...and of course your host as always Gary Stewart!

From 8.30pm - 11pm (bar til 2am)
Oporto
Call Lane, Leeds, LS1

FREE ENTRY & special offers from Dogging Club!

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