New Live Review; Chickenhawk

Being a support act is no easy job. Attempting to win over a crowd who have not paid to see you and have probably never even heard of you is a challenge, but Chickenhawk proved it can be done during their support slot on the Leeds date of Alexisonfire’s recent UK tour. Not only did they prove it can be done, but they went one step further and gave a fantastic performance that was impossible not to enjoy.
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New Live Review; Alexisonfire

As a long introduction played, the large crowd at Leeds Metropolitan University on November 6th 2010 suddenly came to life and a buzz of anticipation filled the room. Alexisonfire entered the stage to rapturous cheers and launch straight into ‘Young Cardinals’ and with that, the crowd already become frenzied. For the first half of their eighteen song set, a set brimming with the very best Alexisonfire have to offer, they storm through the songs with no break in between which keeps the set flowing and gives the crowd no opportunity to slow down their pace. Read more about New Live Review; Alexisonfire

New Live Review; Canterbury

Camden Underworld was taken by storm on 27th October 2010. The south-western quartet Canterbury tore up London, making an impact on every audience member to witness it. With only a debut album to their name and an EP, “Calm Down”, released only 2 days earlier, their set was shorter than any longer established band but undoubtedly extremely sweet.
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New Live Review; Dinosaur Pile-Up

On October 27th 2010, Dinosaur Pile-Up brought their unusual ‘nu-grunge’ style of music to a hometown gig at The Cockpit in Leeds. Despite the small size of the venue, having not quite made it to the biggest room the site has to offer, a large crowd had gathered to see the band, varying from teenage girls to grown men.
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