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Gogol Bordello The Academy, Manchester 12th December 2017 Louder Than War’s Lee Ashworth and photographer Melanie Smith experience the live energy of Gogol Bordello as they bring their take on Ukrainian folk by way of New York punk. As jabby East European folk music plays over the PA through a succession of rapidly advancing time signatures, the legend of […]
Jayne County (with Jimi LaLumia) – Leave My Pussy Alone – video exclusive & interview – Download from here “I love ‘Are You Being Served’ but this is about protecting my feline friends…” I love how the tangled-world-wide-web of social media means that sometimes you (meaning I) can chat to people who […]
Former frontman with the stunning greatest rock band you should have all embraced but somehow missed, the Icarus Line, Joe Cardamone is back out on his own supporting Mark Lanegan with a new sound that is even more thrilling before. With an added industrial edge this is the kind of dark romantic noise vistas that mark Lanagan is also exploring and both with their own idiosyncratic and perfectly styled ways.
Chief vocal protagonist/musician, Peter Hope has been a pioneering force of nature within the realm of Industrial Avant-Garde & Experimental Post-Punk from the early eighties. Beginning in Sheffield, he has been embossing his distinctive mark with past collaborative projects and bands such as The Box, Richard. H. Kirk’s, Hoodoo Talk, Dry Hip Rotation (with Juno […]
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Louder Than War’s Roxy Gillespie reviews, as Chupa Cabra and No Friendz announce a new split single, Venice and Mars/ Bloody Love, on Trashmouth Records.
Maria Uzor and Gemma Cullingford’s angular post-punk with synth is a perfect 21st-century take on the DIY the late seventies dislocated music that was a John Peel staple. Not this is wallowing in the past.
The debut single from Suspects, Innocence, received fantastic support from the likes of John Kennedy (Radio X), BBC introducing, Radio1 and Kerrang! It was a slice of screwed up punk psychedelia from the depths of Southend’s underclass. So how do you follow such a song ? Easy… […]