Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Home Blogs

Blogs

Tim Bowness / no-man: interview

Tim Bowness talks to us about the new no-man album Love You To Bits that finds him once again working with Steven Wilson.

The Battery Farm: I Am A Man – single review

Manchester's The Battery Farm continue their diatribe against modern society with hard-hitting new single I Am A Man, a gut-punching slice of Doom Punk.

Negativland – TRUEFALSE – album review

Negativland TRUEFALSE Seeland Records In an era defined in part by struggles for intellectual copyright and remuneration through streaming platforms for the squeezed musical artists, Negativland are...

Theatre Royal new EP – news

Theatre Royal release a brand new 4-song EP, hot on the heels of their excellent singles compilation, reviewed recently right here in LTW Land....

Things we didn’t know a month ago: October 2019

Keith Goldhanger's monthly round up of new discoveries continues with some fresh sounds he's come across during October 2019. It's become an annual tradition when...

El Gobierno: Rollo Desarrollo – album review

EL GOBIERNO ROLLO DESARROLLO FOLC Records LP / DL Out now!   Madrid's El Gobierno return with their third album, another dose of high-energy garage-soul with a twist. The Government are...

ATV to headline two-night Fourth Dimension Records Event at the Dublin Castle 29th + 30th Nov 2019

Alternative TV to headline two-night Fourth Dimension Records Event at the legendary Dublin Castle Alternative TV are to play a two night stand at the...

ZAC: S/T – album review

ZAC S/T Damaged Goods LP / CD Out 15th November 2019   ZAC, the new Italian quartet, land with their debut album - a wonderful modern power-pop blend that is...

When is an earphone not an earphone?

What do fake earphones tell us about music consumption? Is it really possible that people want earbuds that don't really do anything?

The Slow Readers Club: The Dancehouse, Manchester – live review

An intimate little get together, Q&A and a particularly stripped back set make this a special night for the Slow Readers Club and their most faithful and dedicated. Mike Ainscoe is front row while Simon Lee grabs some photos.

GospelbeacH: Let it Burn – album review

GospelbeacH: Let it Burn Alive Natural Sound Third album proper by Beachwood Sparks' Brent Rademaker, and featuring the recently deceased guitarist Neal Casal (Chris Robinson...

Lark announces re release of classic Bleeding Songs

‘Bleeding Songs’ is a blend of heavy basslines, raucous sounds and turbulent lyricism, it paints a volatile picture of the landscape the band inhabits.

STAY CONNECTED

38,335FansLike
35,371FollowersFollow

CATEGORIES

MUST READ

Shura: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

Shura The Ritz, Manchester Monday 18th November 2019 Paul Clarke enjoys a masteclass in moody electropop as...

Kristin Hersh: Trades Club, Hebden Bridge – live review

Kristin Hersh Hebden Bridge Trades Club Tuesday 12th November 2019 Paul Clarke (words and pictures) enters the...

Cerebros Exprimidos: Las Maquetas 1985 – 1988 – album review

Cerebros Exprimidos - Las Maquetas 1985 - 1988 (Punkaway) CD Out Now The demos by Mallorcan hardcore...

Metronomy: The O2 Institute, Birmingham – live review

Metronomy The o2 Institute, Birmingham November 16th 2019 Metronomy bring the UK leg of their successful ‘Metronomy...

WATCH! Exclusive new song from L’EPEE – ANTON NEWCOMBE, EMMANUELLE SEIGNER…

Of course this was always going to a great experience. Anton never lets you down and the second single taken from their album, Ghost Rider’ is tripped out lysergic ooze and a wonderful suspension of belief