Wednesday, 26 April 2017


CRIMSONS - photo credit to Kurtis Massey
From left to right - Adam, Sam & Lucas.
'Melody makers, hip shakers and more flower power than your local bakers' is the tag-line of the Manchester based trio, gothic pop kings, Crimsons.
This very same three-piece are set to take to the stage of Lending Room, Leeds as they bring their slinky, sashaying body of tracks such as 'Idle Ways,' 'I Bring The Rain' and those which compromise their debut EP 'Shy Talks' which is due 18th May.

On 2nd May, Sam Cartwright (vocalist & guitarist), Lucas Berry (bassist & backing vocalist) and Adam Kenny (drummer) shall display their sound of which strays from so many of the young male-led bands hailing from the North at the moment alongside three others who are some of Leeds' finest up and coming bands; Sounds Like A Storm, Goldsmack and Machine Wax.

Sounds Like A Storm are a indie-rock four piece compromised of Sennen Ludman (lead vocalist & guitarist), Cormac Connolly (lead guitarist), Connor Passey (bassist) and Joseph Schofield (drummer) who on the 3rd February this year released their debut single 'Emissions' which was followed by them being taken on my CMD Management (Kazoopa Fest, Double Denim Live & Inutero Events).

Despite being in the early days of their career, it has been made clear they have bright very musical future ahead of them in terms of this band.

Goldsmack are a psychedelic power-pop duo consisting of Georgia Minelli (vocalist) and Davide Tebaldi Ai (guitarist) of whom shall be accompanied by Tammy Wong (keyboardist), Dan Brown (bassist) and Lloyd Brown (drummer). Created to bring discord and entropy into the world of pop with a sound that is soft and electric, quirky and genuine, super serious and absolutely whimsical.

To define their sound, they ask that you imagine Love, Bruce Haack, The Velvet Underground and Nico teamed up to compose a song for a Disney classic.

Machine Wax is a psychedelic-rock trio made up of James Ratcliffe (lead vocalist & guitarist), Adam Tarver (lead guitarist) and Ollie Howitt (drummer & backing vocalist). This gig set to be their debut to the world.

To find out exactly what this band are all about, make sure you're down at Lending Room on the 2nd May.

Tickets for the gig can be purchased online here and can be purchased via each band.

Written by Sophie.

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