a Remedy for jazz, food and life in LeedsCategories: Food & Drink, Music & Nightlife
Nestled among a string of bars and takeaways on New Briggate, sits Remedy; an oasis of jazz, liquor and well-kempt facial hair. Signified primarily by the dancing of candlelight through the steamed-up windows, the facade of Remedy possesses a certain discreteness, reminiscent of a speakeasy and far removed from the city centre bars, where the roar of Friday night drinkers can be heard with each swinging door.
How do you jump the queue at The Domino using just a domino?Categories: Music & Nightlife
Have you ever walked past Grand Arcade on a weekend night and thought to yourself “why are people queuing up…
How whiskey can help The Domino get from Leeds to New York…Categories: Food & Drink, Music & Nightlife
Jo Last of The Domino Club Leeds is somewhat of a cocktail connoisseur, which she has proven by reaching the…
5 Halloween happenings in Leeds for you to get your creep on!Categories: Entertainment & Culture, Music & Nightlife
There’s a lot of spooky happenings going on in Leeds this Halloween weekend and beyond, so we’ve narrowed down a…
Holy Mountain! There’s a new Mexican in Leeds..Categories: Food & Drink, Music & Nightlife
The Holy Mountain is a three-month residency taking place at Chida Cantina on Cross Belgrave Street. This is a place for coeliacs, carnivores and vegans to unite, as the menu showcases meat full, meat free and gluten free options – meaning you can bring any Tom, Dick and Harry for some good food and some good vibes.
Corinne Bailey Rae's love of LeedsCategories: Entertainment & Culture, Music & Nightlife
Singer Corinne Bailey Rae was born and grew up in Leeds before becoming a world acclaimed musician. On release of her new album, The Heart Speaks In Whispers, she returned to her home city to play at Leeds Town Hall and told Independent Leeds what Leeds means to Corinne Bailey Rae.
Digger’s Island Discs: Jumbo Records LeedsCategories: Music & Nightlife
This time we celebrate Leeds Jumbo Records’ 45th birthday for Digger’s Island Discs, which explores the collections of Leeds’ most profile vinyl slingers and groove bingers present us with records they could not live without. Matt Bradshaw, Jumbo Records’ fount of musical knowledge and DJ of ace eclectic obscurities talks us through his…
Girls Can Play: Leeds Electronic SceneCategories: Music & Nightlife
Slut Drop is a night run by power trio Cat, Bernie and Oonagh, whose aim is to give more space to women in the DJ scene. The music is a mixture of electronic, hip hop and experimental, and the line up is, almost always, all female.