Tuesday, 9 June 2009

This week in Leeds

La Cave returns again this Thursday 11th June at Smokestack. Playing Psych, RNB, Beat and Soul on beautiful 45's. La Cave is becoming one of my favourite club nights to go to. With great vibes, great tunes and free entry you can't go wrong.

If the 60's isn't your thing on Thursday also sees Kap Bambino playing at Nation of Shopkeepers. The french due are often described as 'Synth Punk' and draw comparisons to Crystal Castles (although they have been around much longer and are much better). Their fast industiral electro-metal beats and front woman Caroline Martial's wild vocals makes great memorable live performances. As the guys over at Nation of Shopkeepers are so nice this event is FREE like pretty much everything they put on. Have a listen to their latest single 'Red Sign' below which is from their third album 'Blacklist' out 16th June.

MP3:Kap Bambino - Red Sign

Bad Taste calling themselves 'Leeds foulest and filthiest clubnight' is going to be hosting the 2nd room at Bad Sneakers on Saturday at The Faversham. A very different direction for Bad Sneakers as Bad Taste propose to play "brain bending Psych, Proto Punk, Punk, Post Punk, S-punk, Deathabilly, 60s garage, Acid Psych, Death Jazz, Glam Rock, Queer Pop, No Wave, Doom and Nerdcore. Songs you never knew how much you loved until you were locked in a torture chamber with them blaring in your shriveled ear holes, dark side of decades past, present hellraisers and other ear-raping classics...". Should be great fun hearing some different records being played in Leeds.

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