If you have any general questions about Louder Than War, please get in touch via the contact form below or using these email addresses:
Editor-in-Chief: John Robb email@example.com
Editor: Sarah Lay firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Editor: Phil Newall email@example.com
If you would like to send something for us to consider covering, or you would like to cover something for us, please contact the section editor listed below.
For features contact Sarah Lay – firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviews Editor – Craig Chaligne – email@example.com
Live Editor – Alan Ewart – firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Photography: Melanie Smith email@example.com
New Music Editor– Dave Beech – firstname.lastname@example.org – see the New Artists section below for things to include in your email.
Literary Editor: Dave Jennings email@example.com
News Editor: Lee Hammond – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sub Editors: Ian Pickles, Steve Swift, Mike Ainscoe, James Lowther, Leanne Durr and Martin Unsworth.
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Things to include when you get in touch as a potential new artist are:
- A link to download or stream your music.
- A short description (ideally one line) describing your band’s “sound”.
- Optionally, a “RIYL / FFO” seems to work quite well catching the eye of one of our writers.
Sadly we haven’t enough staff to cover every album we get sent and there aren’t enough days in the week to write about everyone who approaches us regarding the new artist slot, but we do try to cover as many albums / artists as possible.
The best tip we can give bands who’d like to appear on Louder Than War is to find a review on the site of a band you feel is similar to you then get in touch with the writer of the review. We often add twitter handles to writer’s bylines and links to their blogs which have contact details.
Thanks for your interest in Louder Than War.