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The Fall suit these kind of places.
The damp concrete elegance of Manchester Cathedral is one of the few parts of the city centre where time seems to stand still and its sense of ghost like history and damp neo gothic cantilevers somehow match the Fall’s restless industry that sees them play a great set culled from their new album peppered with one surprise.
Photo above by Ainslie Coghill (illustration by Mike Laderoute). Johnny O (bass and vocals) and Dave Secretary (drums and vocals), perfect gentlemen from Ottawa’s Big Dick, talk to us about their straight-up but not straight forward sound, their somewhat problematic band name, Bigfoot and their architectural pursuits! ~ Louder Than War: Thank for taking […]
Interview: God Damn – we have a chat to the black country noiseniks about their new album – and more
Interview: Clifford Slapper – author of new book “Bowie’s Piano Man: the life of Mike Garson”
New artists of the day
New band of the day : Oranj Son : brilliant Liverpool psych punk
October Drift are a band we’re probably all going to know about very soon. Here, Louder Than War’s Lisa Sookraj fills us in about them – or as much as she can considering they shun social media. Though rather fresh on the scene, October Drift’s debut February single “Whoever,” was followed by a sold-out […]