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Vibrations TV - Encore Une Fois!

Posted by vibrations on 09-12-15

They said it couldn't be done... so we're doing it again!

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Hot Licks Roasting On An Open Fire

Posted by vibrations on 07-12-15

Brrr. Cold. Go get some warming music in yer.

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Vibrations TV News!

Posted by vibrations on 20-11-15

We know we've been promising you 'unseen footage'... well, it's nearly there...

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The Calls: Landing

Posted by vibrations on 12-11-15

Actually, they've only been going for over a year - fancy that!

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Damnation Festival 2015 @ Leeds University

Posted by vibrations on 11-11-15

Now easing itself into its second decade, Damnation Festival has become one of the key stops on the annual festival circuit and an essential one for anyone wanting to explore the current state of metal...

Review by Steve Walsh

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Happy as Daggers? You will be soon!

Posted by vibrations on 06-11-15

Just a quick update...

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Preview – The Vibrations Will Be Televised

Posted by vibrations on 02-11-15

Time to let the cat out of the bag.

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High & Lonesome Festival 2015 Preview

Posted by vibrations on 01-11-15

In two weeks time High & Lonesome Festival returns, as two of Leeds' favourite venues open their doors to a wave of Indie, Folk and Americana.

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Vitamin – Mysterious Guys

Posted by vibrations on 18-10-15

Vitamin have just released a new record, started a monthly thing at the Brudenell and are probably planning world domination as we speak. Before all this happened, I got the chance to chat to them at Leeds festival. You could say they had ambitions back then too, but the strange thing… no names, no pack drill… it’s almost like a lost interview rediscovered after years. So the question remains… who are Vitamin?

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Beartooth – Leeds Deeds and Needs

Posted by vibrations on 18-10-15

Though this has been a long time in coming, back at Leeds festival I got a chance to chat to Cameron (guitar) and Caleb from Beartooth. Looking a little the worse for excessive amounts of travel, we decamped to the press tent to have a quick chat before they hit the stage later that day (probably after a bit of a rest)…

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Evil Blizzard - Emmerdale Harm

Posted by vibrations on 04-10-15

“I fucking love Evil Blizzard”………words uttered by celebrity super fan Dominic Brunt (aka Paddy from Emmerdale) when I bumped into him at Brudenell during a Hope and Social gig.

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Leeds Festival 2015 – Big Boutique Beats

Posted by vibrations on 08-09-15

As has already been pointed out in these pages, this year’s line-up has had its knockers, and for me neither The Libertines and Mumford and Sons are hardly headline material - but then again, who is nowadays? – but for me Leeds has never really been about the headliners. For me it has been the stumbling around and discovering something fantastic and unexpected… or finally getting a chance to see that band that you completely missed the first time around… or indulging in that guilty pleasure. So, in all three instances, a thoroughly satisfactory Leeds festival.

But that’s hardly a review, is it? I suppose you’ll be wanting some details…

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Introducing... The Bands - Part 2

Posted by vibrations on 16-08-15

Now that all the stages have been announced and everything has been put in its right place, it feels like Leeds festival is all over bar the watching. It is sure to be a spectacle, though, so here are three local bands that have made the cut for this year’s Introducing stage. There is going to be nothing muted about these three…

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Crossfaith – Hiro Quest

Posted by vibrations on 14-08-15

Slamdunk has now been universally recognised as one of the best urban festivals out there, winning a whole plethora of awards. Our writer Alex Cooper was lucky enough to get ahead of the curve and witness the whole shebang before it all got popular and that. On the day, she managed to nail down the outrageously lively Hiro of Crossfaith to get a few words for the faithful…

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Slam Dunk Festival 2015

Posted by vibrations on 14-08-15

It’s great to see the city being purposeful, no matter what the purpose: when the stages and stalls are up and there’s music and community, the city comes alive; it’s vibrant and exciting and what?  Somewhere to have a good time.  Lovely…

Review by Alex Cooper

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Leeds Reading Festival

Posted by vibrations on 14-08-15

Why is my old man festival full of young people?

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Set it Off – Do You Remember The First Time?

Posted by vibrations on 14-08-15

Oh what it must be to be young and to have never opened Slamdunk or had a Nandos… such times they must be living in! Maxx Danzinger and Dan Clermont are two such young, excitable chaps who are not chicken tonight. Alex Cooper gets cheeky with the lads from Set It Off…

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Introducing… The Bands – Part 1

Posted by vibrations on 14-08-15

As sure as night follows day and regret follows beers, with Leeds Festival comes a new crop of eager and expectant unsigned bands, itching to play the Introducing Stage and willing to do anything to get the chance...

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Tramlines 2015

Posted by vibrations on 09-08-15

Promising more changes than ever before, Sheffield’s ever popular city wide festival returns for a seventh year. With the main stage moving from its traditional home of Devonshire Green to the bigger, but further out Ponderosa Park, 2015 could prove to be Tramlines biggest test yet...

Review by Tom Bailey

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The Beatherder Festival Turns 10!!!

Posted by vibrations on 06-07-15

Festivals tend to age in dog years, with some, mere mayfly existing for a few glorious moments before they disappear for ever or become something else entirely; while a few sell their souls for immortality. Beatherder, at the venerable old age of ten in less than two weeks, has suffered neither fate. Just as independent of spirit, just as good of vibe and just as, well, bloody fun, the festival has not just survived but is in its prime.

We here at Vibrations wanted to get the artists’ take on what has become a staple, must got to event for those in the know, so we got together to talk music, festivals and Beatherder with one veteran and two first-time headliners. Felix Buxton, one half of legendary kings of the dancefloor Basement Jaxx, Jeremy Cunningham of UK folk punk pioneers The Levellers, and Barry Ashworth, frontman of the always glorious Dub Pistols. Enjoy.

 

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