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Blokeacola Announces Self-Titled Debut Album Due This April

Welsh Psych-pop helmet covered oddity Blokeacola has announced details of his debut self-titled album and shares new video I Change My Mind. Last month's...

Lester Square & Craig Gannon: Cuts EP Review

Lester Square & Craig Gannon Cuts EP (Self-released) DL/Streaming Released: April 1st, 2020 7/10 Square and Gannon bring you something for the weekend. It would be hard to...

The Spitfires: (Just Won’t) Keep Me Down – Single Review

The aptly named Watford based outfit The Spitfires return with a new spiky tune.

Tim Burgess: The Mall – Single Review

Previewing his forthcoming album, Tim Burgess continues his growing solo catalogue of pop craft with a compelling new single. Dave Beer reviews it for Louder Than War.

Lunch Money Life: Immersion Chamber – album review

Lunch Money Life: Immersion Chamber Scenic Route LP/CD/DL Available 03/04/20 Highly anticipated album from the London collective Lunch Money Life. Immersion Chamber is an electronica album soaked in...

Keith Goldhanger’s Things To Do Festival April 4th 2020.

What’s a post virus music scene going to look like? asked our own John Robb recently. On Saturday 4th April Louder Than War's Keith Goldhanger...

The Claudettes: High Times in the Dark – album review

The Claudettes: High Times in the Dark Forty Below Records Out 4th April CD/DL Hailing from Chicago, The Claudettes return with a follow up to their highly acclaimed...

Rats From a Sinking Ship: Nothing Ever Happens – EP review

Rats From a Singing Ship: Nothing Ever Happens Drive By Shouting Out 4th April LTD CD/DL Rats. The ultimate survivors. Often reviled but ultimately to be admired for...

HMS Morris Release Great New Single ‘Poetry’ – Listen!

Wales' HMS Morris have today released a brand new single 'Poetry' via the Cardiff label Bubblewrap Collective. https://youtu.be/X2wZ8njrnuE According to the band Poetry represents "the sliding...

Libertino Records Announce Two New Singles & Lightbulb Sessions

Welsh label Libertino Records have announced details of two new single releases plus information on their brand new Lightbulb sessions. First up for the label...

Helen Money: Atomic – album review

Helen Money: Atomic Thrill Jockey LP/CD/DL Available Now Acclaimed cellist Alison Chesley aka Helen Money recently released her new and most intimate album to date. Simon Tucker reviews...

Fold To Release Brand New Single ‘Concrete Things’

Fold have announced a brand new single Concrete Things which is to be released on the 30th March via Bandcamp. The band have also made...

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