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Bruja: Tori/Sculie – Double A-side single review"
Bruja – Tori/Sculie DL (Damnably Records) Out 26th August 2016 Louder than War’s Ioan Humphreys has sneaky listen to some of Yorkshire’s finest punk/noise makers. Bruja are a brand new band from South Yorkshire that have a mean age of 24. Ahh. A lovely age… Having bonded over menial and meaningless jobs, Bassist Delyth and […]
James Edge and the Mindstep: Four Two Four – Single review"
James Edge and the Mindstep – Four Two Four DL Self released 23rd September 2016 Louder than War get back to their folk roots with the majestic James Edge and the Mindstep. James Edge and the Mindstep are a jazz-folk trio comprised of Edge, double bassist Andy Waterworth and drummer Avvon Chambers. London based and […]
Thin Films: Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test – Track review"
Thin Films – Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test DL Self released Out now Dan McRae aka Thin Films drops yet another piece of cinematic soundtrack loveliness and shared it with Ioan Humphreys. Now, I am no way saying I am in anyway an influential person whose opinions matter or can change people’s lives. But, I want to put it […]
Interview: He Is Me: “Let It Drip”"
“Out from the ruins….arise”, is the almost anthem like mysticism that surrounds “Let It Drip”, the emotional, and powerful, debut single from accomplished musicians, Steve Moore and Casey Braunger. The song is gripping, confident and mesmerizing. Steve Moore is a vocalist/musician out of Canada, who has worked with the prog Rock, industrial metal duo, ” […]
Hull is Other People: an interview with Cobby & Litten about My People Come From the Sea, music and the City of Vultures"
HULL IS OTHER PEOPLE an interview with Cobby & Litten ‘My People Come From The Sea’ is a collaboration of words and music by two fifty year old blokes from Hull. Ged Babey thinks it is the single most remarkable and important album of the year, and one that could be seen as the first […]