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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 Antipodean 60s pop sensation Burns, who enjoyed the patronage of...

Watch This! Crystal: Speak Of The Devil – video review

Exciting new Glasgow band Crystal bring out the video for their latest single Speak Of The Devil, a slice of hard-hitting indie rock.

The Steve Howe Trio: New Frontier – album review

Steve Howe of Yes, not quite as solo as he has been in the past but opting for a slightly different direction. Yes,  it is what it says on the tin: a new frontier.

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry: new dub album feat. Brian Eno, with Adrian Sherwood

If ‘Rainford’ is 2019’s ‘Roast Fish, Collie Weed & Corn Bread’, then ‘Heavy Rain’ is its ‘Super Ape’.

Pixies: 02 Apollo, Manchester – live review

Wayne AF Carey is taken back to 1991 for a night of Pixies mania and is blown away again.

King Salami and The Cumberland 3: Kiss My Ring – album review

KING SALAMI & THE CUMBERLAND 3 KISS MY RING Damaged Goods LP / CD / DL Out 4th October 2019   London's finest garage party-boogie rock 'n' rollers, King Salami...

Jim Basnight – Not Changing – Album Review

Album Review Jim Basnight - Not Changing Precedent Records CD/DL Out now Brand new album by the ex-Rockinghams and Moberlys leader Jim Basnight, his first in seven years………...LTW's Ian...

Could this be the Divided Kingdom’s new ‘National Anthem’? Comet Gain point the finger…

Could this be the Divided Kingdom's new 'National Anthem'? Comet Gain point the finger. Ged Babey asks the question.  Well, could it? or is it...

Drab Majesty: Soup kitchen, Manchester – live review

Drab Majesty have been building a big reputation with their literate and enigmatic darkwave at our reviewer Liam M discovers...

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