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If you speak to any students in your local pub or hang (in a non-stalker way) around the forums online, chances are you will come across a conversation around music. Hopefully what you will notice is the diversity in tastes that are scoring through the generations
Friday 31st August sees Midnight Wire play their one year anniversary show at the Y-Theatre, supported by fellow locals Leaving Party and Raptusound
With an Editors-esque lament drenched with intense reverb, drawn-out delay, extended synth melodies, and spangly guitars, Derby’s Rugosa Nevada create an interesting mix of cathartic, melancholic electro-pop that stomps with a deserved presence
Admiral Fallow are a Biffy-esque indie-folk band performing an intelligent and introspective summer album, ‘Tree Bursts in Snow’, which employs interesting turns of phrase and imagery that would be perfect for lighthearted Rom-Com movie soundtracks. For
Creeping over the green rolling hills of Wales comes the debut single Little Games from Melancholic indie-rockers The Adelines. Filled with reverb-drenched guitars and softly spoken lyrics – sung with a slightly boyish twinge – there is a surprising and refreshing sound from this female-fronted indie band.
Hailing from all over the UK, but now residing in Leicester, Codex Leicester are one the local acts seldom seen around the city’s circuit. But one that should most definitely not be ignored.
The Twilight Sad are a fractured being. With lyrics littered with cryptic messages of death, sociopathic violence and intense anxiety a peculiar reverence for some inner demon, thrashing violently in the skull of an unsuspected, neglected teenager, protrudes from the icy depths of their songs. In their previous albums, Killed My Parents and Hit The Road and Forget The Night Ahead, this savage catharsis is expressed via a mass amount of distortion. A monolithic wall of sound allows room for nothing more than singer James Graham’s lyrics to seep through, bringing with them the schizophrenic emotion underpinning each song.
It’s always a significant event when word gets out that one of Leicester’s most consistently excellent bands, both live and on record, have a shiny new disc in the offing and thankfully there are no signs of standards slipping on this upcoming Double A-Side ‘Record Breaker’. The title track hits us with fighting talk of champions whilst the guitars bubble underneath with restrained menace
It’s been nearly two years since Stephen Manderson, AKA Professor Green, played this venue’s inaugural gig, and in that time he hasn’t changed much – although he has stopped wearing shades indoors, a wise move.