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Carter Tutti Plays Chris & Cosey: Heaven, London – live review

Louder Than War’s Paul Margree catches the seminal electronic duo’s final Chris & Cosey remix show before they blast off into a new sonic universe.

Darren Hayman: Chants for Socialists – album review

Darren Hayman: Chants for Socialists (wiaiwya) CD / LP / DL Available now Darren Hayman transforms these nineteenth-century political poems into a soothing balm for our troubled...

Zun Zun Egui: Shackles’ Gift – album review

Zun Zun Egui: Shackles’ Gift (Bella Union) LP/CD/DL Available now Zun Zun Egui’s follow up is a sweat-drenched bag of hard rocking hustle says Louder Than War’s...

Serious Rockers: An Unblinking Ear Mix-Tape – compilation review

"Serious Rockers is rife with vibrantly catchy guitar rock, from glossy college radio jangle pop, to the tasty big harmonies of 1960s British Invasion style, to the agitated rattle of scuffed-up 2 minute punk bombs."

Áine O’Dwyer: Music for Church Cleaners Volumes I & II – album review

A welcome reissue for Áine O’Dwyer's beautiful album of church organ improvisations, says Louder Than War’s Paul Margree.

Stranglers Interview – Baz Warne talks to Louder Than War about their upcoming tour

Stranglers Interview - Baz Warne talks to Louder Than War about their upcoming tour

ROC: ROC – album review

"ROC intimately understands the pain of living and what it means to be human, with all of its crippling doubt, self-loathing and despair, but they also know how to survive it by applying a sharpness of mind and blithely poking fun of its many absurdities and contradictions."

New Artist of the Day: Mildriot

"Mildriot's sound is sort of neon, nostalgic, squishy, and twisty."

Fred Frith & John Butcher: The Natural Order – album review

The two veteran improvisors Fred Frith & John Butcher go head to head in this far-out and compelling collaboration

Meatbodies: Meatbodies – album review

"If you’re a lover of the current Bay Area rock ‘n’ roll renaissance and people like Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees, Meatbodies will already seem like a close friend to you, and if you’re one of those whiners constantly bitching about the state of rock music in today’s modern world, you clearly haven’t heard these bands yet."

The Last Internationale: We Will Reign – album review

Brilliant debut from NYC rebel rockers The Last Internationale says Louder Than War's Dave Jennings.

Richard Dawson: Nothing Important – album review

Richard Dawson: Nothing Important (Weird World/Domino)  CD/LP/DL Available now With just four tracks, Richard Dawson’s Nothing Important is nevertheless a heady brew. Louder Than War’s Paul Margree...





Fader: In Shadow – album review

Electronic, pop and experimental – it’s all here.

Dr Who – The Abominable Snowmen – album review

Dr Who The Abominable Snowmen brings to life a long lost episode of the much loved TV favourite. Matt Mead walks into a police box to review for Louder Than War.

Paul and The Tall Trees – So Long – album review

Paul & The Tall Trees release their new long player So Long on Big Crown records continuing their rapid clime to the upper echelons of soul. Matt Mead reviews the album for Louder Than War.

The Sisters Of Mercy: Roundhouse, London – live review

The realisation that Eldritch is still a magnificent mystery is present amongst the crowd and The Sisters Of Mercy remain, on any Eldritch line up, in the skin. I hope he never changes.Shuffling out, I notice that everybody is smiling. There is jubilance in the dark.

Ronnie Burns: This Is Ronnie Burns – album review

Ronnie Burns - This Is Ronnie Burns RPM CD/DL Released 20 September 2019 Compilation of the works of...