Anyone worth one’s salt in the Leeds tattoo scene will know the name Demon Dance who, over the years, has not only established himself as one of the top tat-artists in the eyes of his fellow inner-city professionals and the tattoo community – but also among the ever-growing student scene.
Image: Josh Leveridge In August 2020, singer-songwriter and rapper Will Baddeley released his first EP ‘Expression of Thoughts’. He has since been preparing his future projects, two separate albums, and a string of concerts for 2021 and beyond. In preparation for what will undoubtedly be an important second half of
Image: 1919 (Facebook) Nothing better celebrates a step back to normality than the return of live music. Even though it’s both difficult and dangerous to say how long lifted restrictions will last, that shouldn’t stop us from welcoming back gigging with open arms (although perhaps not literally, quite yet). Rio
Having reviewed their latest album “Weird Feelings”, Soundwave’s Adam Maghout was eager to meet up with the members of Leeds-based fuzz and garage rock outfit Magick Mountain. Having particularly enjoyed the cello cuts on the project, he decided to reach out specifically to Lins Wilson, the band’s guitarist, singer-songwriter (and occasional
Mustafa Khetty, the man behind Morpheus Project, is no stranger to different cultures and foreign lands. Delving into his vast plethora of musical knowledge, the Wall Street elite and IT whizz turned rising composer has incorporated influences from just about every corner of the globe into his music. With Khetty’s
With the recent release of their debut single ‘Camomile Sea’ , WHAT? NAH are certainly making their mark within the ever-expanding world of math rock. Composed of saxophonist Edie Boon, guitarist Lewis Denver, bassist Ada Gilfoyle and drummer Mark Rochman, the Leeds-based quartet have opened a gateway for discovering this
With Soundwave’s usual spotlight shining on up-and-coming bands to platform great, under-the-radar music, this feature may come as somewhat unusual. However, as far as the Leeds music scene goes, Rob Kellas is a maverick in his own light, and is typically found at the front of a crowd, in the
Babe Club have successfully tapped into the alt-rock, indie airwaves with their latest EP which undoubtedly establishes them among genre stalwarts like Wolf Alice, Clairo and Basement Revolver. Like their female-fronted counterparts, Babe Club use enchanting, delicate vocals to provide the perfect contrast to fuzzy, amped-up guitar and raw, punchy