Stylus at Leeds University Union
- Telephone 0113 380 1342
- Website www.luuonline.com
There are 23 events at this location
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The Brooklyn three-piece, formerly known as We Are Augustines, perform a mix of guitar-led indie-rock and alternative rock.
The grime artist from Manchester performs in support of his EP Facing Time.
The return of the American indie/grunge godheads, led by stoner dude J Mascis. Eighties alternative rock band founded by J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph. The band split in 1997, reformed for a few lives gigs eight years later and have since released another three albums Beyond, Farm and I Bet On Sky.
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
The former Million Dead frontman has moved away from his hardcore roots to embrace rabble-rousing folk punk in a New Model Army style.
Thu 1 Dec
Folk infused indie rockers from Selkirk sweeping all before them.
Half Man Half Biscuit
The acerbic post-punk outfit formed in Birkenhead, back in 1984, are on the road again with their cutting social satire and esoteric song titles.
Indie rock stylings from The Hunna.
Lo-fi singer-songwriter, who has charmed the masses with her kitchen sink observations, tours her latest album, Girl Talk.
The Newcastle-based three-piece plays a mix of indie and pop-rock.
LA band, described as a cross between Vampire Weekend, Arcade Fire and Fleet Foxes, who all live together, Monkees-style.
Mon 7 Nov
Times to be confirmed / See website for details / 0113 380 1342
The London-based singer-songwriter, who has been included on the BBC Sound of 2016 list, performs neo-soul material.
New Model Army
Old school political punks.
Pop-punk band from Illinois.
Rock The Refectory
Featuring some of the best up-and-coming bands live in the legendary concert venue.
Silverstein / The Devil Wears Prada / Memphis May Fire
The trio of hardcore collectives co-headline a tour, with support from Like Moths To Flames.
Tue 6 Dec
£16 / 0113 380 1342
The unsigned four-piece from Wakefield plays soul and acoustic music.
Pop-punk outfit from New York.
Thu 16 Mar 2017
Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 0113 380 1342
The beloved Fannies play through their melodic indie classics.
Walking On Cars
Indie pop-rock quintet from Dingle.
The trio from Ealing perform post-punk tracks.
Wouldbe dark and moody indie which makes the right noises without the content.