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September 24, 2019

Mr Johnson hasn't had the most successful few weeks; failure to force No-Deal, failure to stop half of his party walking off, failure to brush his hair throughout all previous failures, and now as his stumbling parade of humiliating ineffectiveness reaches an astoundin...

September 20, 2019

On Saturday 21st September Hyde Park Book Club is hosting ‘Weekend Respite’ a charity
event hosting music and visual art from Leeds based creatives. We caught up with the team to find out more about this inspiring event.

We've heard about the charity event at Hyde Park...

September 18, 2019

Lunar Underground are a new bass collective representing the finest and most unique sounds coming out of the UK's underground scene. The newly formed collective are aiming to push the boundaries of UKG, Drum and Bass, Dub, Breakbeat, Footwork, Juke and a plethora of ot...

September 14, 2019

The world’s hardest working boyband BROCKHAMPTON are back in business. The young goofy boyband energy we associate with BROCKHAMPTON, has hit a turn in the road. Throughout the album opener, “NO HALO”, those hyped up youngster vibes have been replaced with soft spoken...

September 8, 2019

In light of a growing widespread awareness around ecological issues, being conscious of the environment is a mindset that is gradually but persistently seeping its way into an array of different industries. One such industry now beginning to  receive this injection of...

September 6, 2019

 Acrid Promotions are a Manchester-based Noise/Psych/Garage Punk promoter running gigs in a variety of venues for local and international bands. Just a month before their first night with STRUCTURES  we talked to the head of Acrid Promotions Charlie Fossick. Our conver...

September 5, 2019

 Walking through the crowd at Leeds fest it was hard not to notice the looks of sheer admiration and love people had for Billie Eilish as she stepped out for her upgraded set. God only knows the scenes that would have taken place if she had stayed at the Radio One Stag...

September 2, 2019

This year's Blue Dot festival showcased a dazzling amalgamation of science and music that provided not only an impressive lineup including the likes of Kraftwerk, New Order, Hot Chip, and 808 state, but a deeper and refreshingly inclusive ambience that seemed to radiat...

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