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Five* bands that we might see make their debut at Glastonbury in 2020 ?

When Idles were missing from the Glastonbury line up in 2017 Keith Goldhanger threw a bit of a strop, still had a great time...

Fast rising Bristol dark matter post punk band NAUT choose their Top 10 post punk anthems

Bristol post punk band deal in powerful brooding anthems that are rooted in the classic ten post punk tunes they choose here

Neighbourhood Festival – Manchester October 12 – preview

Preview for Manchesters Neighborhood festival taking place in Manchester this Saturday - October 12

Festi-nation Hamburg for Reeperbahn 2019

During this year's Reeperbahn Festival, we explored some of Hamburg's unique music venues and met some of the people behind them, so you can find out more about the cultural curators who make up Hamburg's music scene.

Sound City Ipswich 2019: Various Venues – live review

Sound City Ipswich made it's debut this month. Keith Goldhanger went along to see the sights and watch the bands. There's not a lot to...

Slow Faction: One of England’s Best Punk Bands – interview

Slow Faction interview With a brilliant new album out now, Slow Faction are one of the country's best punk bands. Joe Whyte speaks to frontman...

Flight Brigade – interview

Ollie Baines and Thomas Pink of Flight Brigade talk about their new album, Chased By Wolves to give Louder Than War a fuller picture of its evolution.

Listen to This! Experimental Rockers Delanila Drop Beguiling New Single Time Slips Away

Experimental rockers Delenia beguile with their new single Time Slips Away.

The Cold Spells: Interstitial – album review

The Cold Spells: Interstitial Gare Du Nord LP/CD/DL Released 11 October 2019 Dark and atmospheric folktronic second album from The Cold Spells, geniuses in the art of matching serenity...

John (Timestwo) – The Castle, Manchester – live review

John packed The Castle in Manchester on Friday night ably assisted by Slap Rash and Slow Hand Clapping. Nigel Carr was there to watch the mayhem unfold and reports for Louder Than War.

The Blackheart Orchestra: Mesmeranto – album review

Put in simple terms, the Manchester-ish duo turn out their best album. We get all weepy and emotional with Mesmeranto by The Blackheart Orchestra.

Julie Hamill: Jackie – book review

“Little Julie Hamill, reading me her novel…” Reaction, Valerie Solanos & Me, 2018 Airdrie punks Reaction recently gave a mention to Julie, another Airdrie alumni...

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