Stella Wembley Live in Leeds!


Stella Wembley Live in Leeds!

Do not miss this event in Leeds, Saturday 3rd July. 🖤

It is time to support live music after almost 2 years of lockdown.
it is only £10 to see two fantastic acts :
Stella Wembley, Rome Burns, and the legendary DJ Pyromancer performing!
Facebook event –

Rome Burns

Headlining the gig the fabulous Rome Burns, from Cambridgeshire
Formed in 1995, they have had a number of line-up changes, currently consisting of a lead vocalist, two guitarists, one bass player, and a drum machine.
More importantly, taking influences from goth, punk, blues, folk, and anywhere else they found it, they mixed it all up until every song was unique.
“We get bored easily” confirmed Simon in a BBC interview, “and you can’t
; keep writing the same song over and over again”
The band has played with most of the big names in British Goth, and
Folk-Punk scenes, and has supported acts such as Gene Loves Jezebel, Eva O, The Last Dance, The Crüxshadows, Inkubus Sukkubus, and NFD and they played at the Whitby Goth Festival in 2001.
Their Discography includes: ‘Bereaved or Bereft’,1998, Done and Dusted (1999) All Monsters to Martyrs (2019 ©Friction Burns)
Non Specific Ghost Stories (2004 © Friction Burns);
the most recent album “The Static Murmur” (2008 © Friction Burns)
‘Bereaved or Bereft’, self-released in 1998, was an acclaimed Ep
“Intricate guitar work, slow drums, great lyrics…” (The Naked Truth magazine)
“…a breath of fresh air in the British scene.” (BRV magazine).
The album called ‘Done and Dusted, self-released, has been described as
“A breath of quivering, melancholic air…” (BRV Magazine).
‘Non-Specific Ghost Stories’, described as a “uniquely attractive beast”, and as “a work of magnificent inspiration” (Mick Mercer, journalist, Stravox magazine).
No Specific Stories on Spotify –…
This was the first time that the band had recorded with a producer from a
goth-pop background and the results are invigorating.
The Static Murmur
Their third album, The Static Murmur was released in November 2008. It was again favorably reviewed by Mick Mercer, who described it as “beautifully produced… more than enough variety and endless layers of lyrical idiosyncrasies to ponder upon.”

Stella Wembley

The opening act is Stella Wembley,
an accomplished music producer, video director, composer, lyricist, multi-faceted musician, and a truly exceptional vocalist.
Opera trained singer graduated with honors at Conservatory San Pietro a Majella of Naples, Stella captivates with her own particular take on the genre, leading the listener into a haunted realm where, with powerful and evocative deep lyrics, she lays bare her soul in a psycho-drama of tragedy and melancholic sensuality.
She sings powerfully, yet with a hint of vulnerability, like a beautiful damned siren calling us to join her in her dark universe.
She has recently supported Auger at the West Coast Gothic in Blackpool and is working on a new album that will be released the next year.
“All That I Need”(2019 © Gothic Empire Records)
The album contains 4 tracks: All That I Need, All That I Need Remix, I’ll meet you sometime, All That I Need Remix by Lloyd price of the Frixion.
The artist produced, wrote, and composed the music for the album. Moreover, she directed the music video too.
The Ep has received very positive reviews from the press and radio stations :
“Darkly seductive, eerily provocative. Goth at its most deeply personal.” (Darren The Baron, Revolution Radio)
“Music for a gothic, nocturnal cabaret, sensually dark and again bluesy and smoky” (Kurt Ingels, Dark Entries”)
Images of Death (2020 © Gothic Empire Records)
The single contains two tracks: Images of Death and Images of Death Remix.
The artist composed, produced, mixed, and recorded the album.
Besides this, Stella Wembley was also the director of photography and lighting technician, for the video, and filmed all the video by herself –
” A synth-exposition of low notes and carefully crafted heart-beat like notes that mimic electrocardiogram pulses”
(Darren The Baron, Revolution Radio)

DJ Pyromancer

Always a heretic, DJ Pyromancer learned the craft at the legendary Black Sheep in Leeds.
Furthermore, he has also played Goth clubs all over the UK, and as far away as Malmö in Sweden.
Finally, he is a champion of all shades of Goth.
Expect to hear a wide range of dark alternative music, past and present.


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