Los Straitjackets: What’s So Funny About Peace, Love And Los Straitjackets
Labour proposes rich football clubs and TV helps pay for grassroots – would this work in music
EXCLUSIVE LISTEN! Cobby & Litten with vocals from Jeremy Corbyn: For The Many EP out now!
The Godfathers: Special London Gig – Sat June 24th – and a Big, Bad, Beautiful vinyl EP
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Los Straightjackets What’s So Funny About Peace, Love And Los Straitjackets (Yep Roc) CD/LP Out Now After several years backing Nick Lowe on his US winter tours, Los Straitjackets finally put their own spin on Basher’s back catalogue to tape. Louder Than War’s Craig Chaligne reviews. The collaboration between Nick Lowe and Los Straitjackets started when […]
Talented singer/songwriter Sam Airey has been a fixture on the Leeds music scene for years but it is only now he has got round to releasing his debut solo album In Darkened Rooms on May 28.
The band met up early this year with Louder Than War’s Katie Clare to talk about Energy past, present and future.
The duo’s mission is to unify an increasingly fragmented country, and break down barriers of all kinds.
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Cobby & Litten & Corbyn: For The Many EP out now! Released on ‘Declasse’ all proceeds go direct to the Labour Party. Download Only ‘For The Many’ was only reviewed on Louder Than War days ago by Ged Babey, Cobby & Litten’s Number One cheerleader, The song has already been remixed and extended and dubbed-up […]
Brighton-based trio Grymm prove they won’t be bound by any one genre on latest single Gravity. Brighton trio Grymm return with their latest captivating effort exploring further their eclectic fusion of post-rock, indie and grunge. Blending together jagged guitar noise, catchy pop riffs and an indie-rock songwriting mentality, Grymm present a proficiency in the creation […]
Second volume of this series of LP compilations, and it’s at least as good as the first one. In case you aren’t familiar, Typical Girls collects tracks by contemporary bands with women in prominent roles… I might be forgetting someone, but I believe that all of the singers on these tracks are women and/or people who do […]