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Ezra Furman: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

Making his live comeback at the Brudenell Social Club, 2018 is sure to be the year of Ezra Furman as he releases his incredible new album!

Deer Tick: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

Two brilliant sets from Deer Tick as they showcase their two new records to an emphatic audience on the last night of their tour.

Us Vs Them: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

Field Music put together an epic and eclectic line up packed with some of the best bands around as they all descend on the Brudenell for a fantastic day of music.

Pissed Jeans: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

Louder Than War's Steve John catches Pissed Jeans at The Brudenell Social Club in Leeds, witnessing a strong sludge-punk set laced with wit.

Roxanne de Bastion: Leeds, Brudenell Social Club – live review

Very few new artists get to avoid the slog of support slots which can be a thankless task as all too often the assembled punters have zero interest in whoever is opening the show as they chat away about their dull lives.

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