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One-Way Song: Riviera Nightmare – Track review"
One-Way Song Riviera Nightmare DL Out now Having reviewed their last single release here, I was buoyed to find that One-Way Song were riding the momentum of their last release with a new single which is from an upcoming album called ‘Passionate Leave’. Continuing from my last thoughts, this band seems to effortlessly produce oddball […]
Otoboke Beaver: Love Is Short – EP review"
Otoboke Beaver Love Is Short Damnably Records Out now Louder Than War;s Ioan Humphreys gets his ears fried again by Japan noise band Otoboke Beaver I’m no stranger to Kyoto’s punk-rock-garage quartet Otoboke Beaver having had the pleasure of reviewing their debut album here. I immediately fell in love with this band’s passion, ferocity, playfulness and absolute […]
Blackfly: I Don’t Know – Track review"
Blackfly: I Don’t Know Samedi Records DL Out now Louder than War’s Ioan Humphreys gets hooked and intrigued by the mysterious and elusive sounds of Vermont’s Blackfly Black Fly hails from the backwoods of Vermont and makes gothic synth music from his bedroom. As a one man band living isolated surrounded by a vast area […]
Cotton Wolf: Life in Analogue – Album review"
Cotton Wolf: Life in Analogue DL/Vinyl Bubblewrap Collective 28th April 2017 Louder than War get spellbound by the luscious synths and hypnotic beats of Cardiff duo Cotton Wolf. Cotton Wolf are Welsh ‘Super Producer’ Llion Robertson and classically-trained composer Seb Goldfinch. Following the critical success of their three previous EPs, Moxa, Cloud City and Catapelt, the union of the […]
Lisbon: Tyler – Track review"
Lisbon Tyler Think Tank? Records Out now Louder than War’s Ioan Humphreys gets re-acquainted with Lisbon with their revelatory new track. To start with, the abstract photo of some brutalist architecture on the cover art is very Ballardian and makes me smile already. The spasmodic backing track that kicks off this, Lisbon’s latest release never […]