Live At Leeds 2013 Third Wave Of Bands Announced The Strypes , Likely Lads, Swiss Lips Plus Many More.

Live At Leeds 2013 Third Wave Of Bands Announced The Strypes , Likely Lads, Swiss Lips Plus Many More.

Live At Leeds are pleased to announce the latest additions to the festival taking place over the early bank holiday in May. London Grammar, Misty Miller, Ruen Brothers and Swiss Lips head up the latest additions for the Saturday joining the already critically acclaimed line-up of Rudimental, Everything Everything, Laura Mvula, The 1975, AlunaGeorge, Peace, Darwin Deez ,The Walkmen, Dutch Uncles, Savages, M_ and Melodys Echo Chamber. 

On Friday the Cockpit hosts The Live at Leeds pre-party featuring performances from The Strypes and the Likely Lads. The Session takes over from 11pm with an early wristband exchange and guest DJs from some of the hottest bands of the weekend. See The Cockpit website for details. 

Added to Saturday bill: London Grammar Ruen Brothers Swiss Lips Misty Miller Duologue Kimberly Anne

The Unconference event, taking place on the 3rd May, has revealed more details. Working in association with Music Industry Yorkshire & Blacks Solicitors it will be hosted at Leeds College of Music focusing on networking and the landscape of music consumption in the digital era. The panels will include The Orchard, Witchita Management, Jon Gomm, Hope & Social plus many more.  A free gig (for attendees of the conference) featuring Black Moth, Wet Nuns and Bearfoot Beware has also been announced. The gig will take place at the Wardrobe from 7pm. The gig is also open to non-attendees at o5 on the door.

The day will end with the customary and successful demo panel where bands get to submit music to be discussed by a panel of experts, giving practical advice on recording, releasing and getting exposure for your music. This year's panel includes Gareth Dobson (Wichita Management), Ryan Lofthouse (Closer Management), Colin Roberts (Big Life Management) & Peter White (Fear & Records). To submit your music to the panel send a link and some background information to with the subject: LISTENING PANEL.
Full list of bands for Saturday 4th May Live At Leeds 2013 (alphabetical)

Alunageorge / Darwin Deez / Everything Everything Laura Mvula / Little Comets / Peace / Rudimental Savages / Swim Deep / The 1975 / The Pigeon Detectives The Staves / The Walkmen / Tribes / Arlissa / Dinosaur Pile Up / Dutch Uncles / Electric Guest King Krule / Lewis Watson / London Grammar / Melodys Echo Chamber M> / Ms Mr / Ryan Keen / Sam Smith / Sky Larkin / Soley / Splashh Still Corners / The Crookes / The Neighbourhood / Theme Park Unknown Mortal Orchestra / Wave Machines / Backyards / Battle Lines / Bebe Black / Blackeye / Castrovalva / Charles Bruno  Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs / Charlie Straw / China Rats / Chloe Howl / Dan Croll Dancing Years / Deep Sea Arcade / Department M / Duologue / Fawn Spots / Filthy Boy / Findlay Fryars / Fun Adults / George Ezra / Georgia Thursting / Gliss / Happy Daggers Harry George Johns / Hawk Eyes / Heart-Ships / Humanfly / Hunting Bears / Indiana Indians / Jacobean Ruff / Jacob Banks / Jetta / Joe Banfi / Joel Baker / John Newman  Jordan Allen / Kimberly Anne / Luke Sital Singh / Lulu James / Man Like Me Marika Hackman / Marsicans / Max Raptor / Maybeshewill / Menace Beach Middleman / Misty Miller / Must / Nadine Carina / Night Engine / Nick Mulvey / Ofei On An On / Pete Roe / Pins / Post War Glamour Girls / Robert Delong / Roo Panes  Saint Raymond / Seasfire / Sj.Bravo / Skaters / Sons And Lovers / Sweet Baboo Swimming Lessons / Swiss Lips / Syron / Take Turns / The Concetines / The Coopers The Covelles / The Dunwells / The Family Rain / The Glass Caves / The Grand / The Struts  These Monsters / Thomas J Speight / Those Rotten Thieves / Tokyo Corner / Troumaca We Were Frontiers / Wild Swim / Witch Hunt / Wolf Alice / Yadi