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Six Organs Of Admittance Unveil New Song From Forthcoming Album

Six Organs of Admittance have released a brand new taster from their forthcoming album Companion Rises due out on the 21st February via Dag...

Wrangler Share New Track ‘How To Start A Revolution’ – Listen!

Wrangler have unveiled a brand new track, ‘How To Start A Revolution’, the latest from their new album, A Situation, due for release on 28 February 2020 via...

Derrero Announce First New Album In Nearly Twenty Years

After a hiatus of nearly 20 years, celebrated Welsh band Derrero are back! The NME once described the band as being 'Like a young lad...

Four Tet: New Energy – album review

Community, hope, peace, love, cosmic consciousness...these are the themes that drive New Energy to dizzying heights.

Andrew Hung: Realisationship – album review

Realisationship is album full of dualities. There's conflict everywhere whether that between two people, one person versus the world or between the two aspects of one persons character.

Fold: Written In The Sky – EP Review

The sound of multiculturalism and the positives that that brings to the world. Another great release by a band quickly establishing themselves as one of our most important voices.

Cotton Wolf Announced As Welsh Music Prize Nominee

As part of today's series of announcements regarding this year's Welsh Music Prize nominees, Louder Than War are proud to exclusively reveal that the wonderful electronic duo Cotton Wolf have been given the nod for a shot at the prestigious prize for their album Life In Analogue

Watch! Living Dead Girl Release New Video ‘Still Life’

Still Life finds Living Dead Girl broadening their sound with the help of producer Paul Ressel so it is more expansive yet still manages to retain the bands inherent gift for melody and hyper-realised kitchen sink alt-pop.

Dälek: Endangered Philosophies – album review

It starts with a squall of riotous noise. Stripping your senses and outside influence. Naked and ready. In comes the sludge thump drums adding an anchor before MC Dälek's vocals emerge from the storm and boy has he come prepped. We are about to be taught a lesson. School is in session..

Listen! Clark Streams Soundtrack For BBC Primetime Thriller Series ‘Rellik’ // Autumn Tour Announced

Musical protean Chris Clark can now announce his involvement in highly anticipated prime-time crime thriller ‘Rellik’ which started this week (Monday 11th) and airs...

Underworld: Beaucoup Fish – reissue review

It is music for the mind and the pelvis. Thinking and shagging. Dance music so sexual and cerebral that they have never been equaled.

Violet To Release Debut Single Via HolyHowl

Midlands 5 piece Violet come drenched in big sounds with an indie spark, combining influences that draw from 90s Grunge to Britpop.

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