Friday 16th

The Wardrobe

St. Somebody

St.Somebody are a four piece indie arrangement hailing from Halifax. Forming in late 2010 they have built up an impressive following in a spectacularly short amount of time. Finding their feet quickly they found themselves fitting effortlessly into the Leeds music scene. Their fresh faced take on indie pop has landed them gigs at some of the City’s finest venues, including The Cockpit, and the 02 Academy where the boys came a close second in the Centre Stage competition 2011, just missing out on the opportunity to play at the Leeds and Reading festivals that summer. Their first single Fine Line received a great reception, and after airplay on BBC Radio Leeds’ Introducing show, the boys were asked in to play a live acoustic session for the BBC Introducing’s Raw Talent. The boys have recently released their second single, San Francisco, gaining them yet more industry attention.

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Quentins Basement

We are a four piece band from Leeds/Bradford.

We're gentlemen, we're shy and we wear tight trousers and attempt to write about everyday situations, birds and lad-ish doings etc.

We keep our sound bouncy and up beat.

They have had support slots with The View and have reached the finales of the CentreStage competition and the Emerging Talent Competition for Bingley Music Live

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Icarus are a four piece from Leeds playing indie-pop. They recently recorded a two track EP with Edward Turner (Pegasus Bridge) which has been received very positively

They always put on a good show and are not to be missed.

They were finalists at this year´s CentreStage competition playing at the 02 Academy Leeds.

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The Concetines

This Leeds 4 piece have been turning heads in the local indie scene recently with their brand of catchy, infectious indie rock coupled with some impeccably chosen hawaiian shirts

They are; Matt Tate - Rhythm Guitar/Lead Vox, Danny Holt - Lead Guitar/Backing Vox, Jamie Walsh - Bass Guitar/Backing Vox, Claydon Peaker - Percussion

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The New Roscoe

Recaldo Fleming and The Younger Generation

Recaldo spent most of the 80’s touring around the Caribbean with various reggae and soca bands. His base was his home island of Anguilla and he learnt to play every instrument apart from the trombone. Carlos played with many of the top local stars including Kingsley Power Richardson and Banky Banx.

In the early 1990’s he emigrated with his wife and family to the UK. In 1995 he joined The Skanxters as drummer/percussionist/vocalist. This led to gigs around England and studio work. His two songs Natty Dread and Segregation appeared on The Skanxters album Call It A Crime in 1998.

Traffic Wire

Upcoming Yorkshire band Traffic Wire. Their blend of progressive rock and melodic pop has won them many admirers and their reputation continues to grow. MAS Records described their music as "Epic Finale"

They have played a wide variety of gigs including several festivals and have gained immense experience for such a young band.

Traffic Wire, despite their relative youth have been finalists for the last two years in the prestigious Centre Stage competition at the O2 Academy in Leeds. They played to crowds of1500 people each year as they competed for the chance to play at Leeds and Reading festivals.

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Ricky Fleming

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