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Ian Curtis: So This Is Permanence – book review"
Ian Curtis: So This is Permanence (Faber & Faber) Available in Hardback and Limited Edition Signed Hardback Out Now There’s a whole host of literature available on Joy Division and their Manchester contemporaries. Is this new addition to the library worth while? Louder Than War’s Simon Tucker answers with a resounding yes. “Here are the […]
Pretend You’re in a War, The Who and the Sixties by Mark Blake – book review"
Pretend You’re in a War, The Who and the Sixties by Mark Blake – book review
Unchosen – The Memoirs of a Philo-Semite by Julie Burchill"
Unchosen – The Memoirs of a Philo-Semite by Julie Burchill (Unbound) Hardback / Ebook Out Now British writer Julie Burchill explores sex, drugs, rock and religion in her new autobiographical book, Unchosen. Louder Than War’s Robert Pegg reviews. Julie Burchill, in case you don’t already know, co-authored the seminal ‘The Boy Look At Johnny – […]
Barb Wire Dolls: Destination Punk by Svenja Block – book review"
A new book by our own Svenja Block with great pictures and everything you need to know about the fabulous Barb Wire Dolls. idp reviews.
Interview: Bill Ryder-Jones"
Debuting his album If at Manchester Cathedral with Camerata as part of Manchester Literature Festival we talk to Bill Ryder-Jones.