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Tim Hecker - Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds UK

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I am, of course, talking about Halloween. The spooky mood reinforced as I walk through the doors at the Belgrave Music Hall on a typically cold October night. The upstairs room cast in red light, creepy atmospheric drones courtesy of DJ Padawan Sound and the venues smoke machine on full power. It sets the tone rather beautifully (or should that be spookily?) for tonight’s main act, Tim Hecker.

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Acid Mothers Temple - The Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK

When it comes to psychedelia Acid Mothers Temple are something of an institution. Formed in the mid-nineties and led by guitarist Kawabata Makoto, the Japanese experimentalists have remained an essential presence in the ever-bustling world of psychedelic-rock for 23 years.  Last year’s Reverse of Rebirth in Universe revealed a band still very much at the top of their game.

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Emma Ruth Rundle - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Emma Ruth Rundle - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Emma Ruth Rundle - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Emma Ruth Rundle has been making waves for some time now, having released a number of albums with different bands as well as under her own name. Her music has absorbed everything from ambient, folk and post-rock while the singer-songwriter has cited the likes of David Lynch as an artistic influence. Tonight Rundle rides her dark horses through the iconic Brudenell Social Club in Leeds.

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