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Himmelrum: Vand, Død & Ensomhed – album review

Himmelrum Vand, Død & Ensomhed Joyful Noise Recordings and The Big Oil Recording Company Released 23 October 2020 On their new album, Vand, Død & Ensomhed (in English...

Ian Curtis: Memento Mori by Kevin Cummins – book review

Ian Curtis: Memento Mori Kevin Cummins Tangerine Press One Edition of 130 Numbered Copies “The tenacity inscribed in the intention of mourning is born of its fidelity...

Duffy – The Loss of a Living Star

Why did she leave the spotlight? The heartbreaking truth behind Grammy award winning Welsh singer Duffy.

Anticolonial Afropunk Rockers — Interview with Crystal Axis

Afropunk rockers trained as lawyers, combatting systematic oppression one performance at a time. Talking to the members of Crystal Axis, a band out of...

Angel Olsen: Whole New Mess – album review

Angel Olsen - Whole New Mess (Jagjaguwar) LP | CD | DL Out Now 6/10 With Whole New Mess, Angel Olsen offers an alternate take on last year’s...

Goldie: Timeless – 25 Years On

Tomorrow (31st July) sees Goldie's seminal debut album Timeless celebrate its 25th birthday. Writer Simon Tucker looks back at the album and its continued...

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...

Elvis Costello & The Attractions ‘Get Happy’ Turns 40. An Appreciation

On 15th February, Get Happy by Elvis Costello & The Attractions celebrates its 40th birthday.  Gordon Rutherford tells Louder Than War why it is...

LTW’s Simon Tucker Trawls Through The Radiohead Public Library

With the opening of the Radiohead "Public Library", a massive online archive of everything the band have ever done, we thought we would send...

An Unconscious Coupling: Rocketman and Joker – The Double Life of Film

What can box-office hits tell us about the human condition? In the light of their success, Lee Ashworth reconsiders two of last year's biggest hits,...

Dummy At 25: An Appreciation Portishead’s Classic Debut

Seminal album Dummy turns 25 today. Our writer Simon Tucker looks back at the Portishead classic. "This was music for grown ups". This isn't a...

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

Keith Goldhanger brings us up to date with a few recent discoveries that came to his attention during July 2019. An inconsistent theme running through...

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Regional Creeps: No One Cares – album review

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Anzahlung: I’ve Lost My Footing In The World – album review

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