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Billy Liar – Some Legacy – Album Review & Interview

I don’t know about you, but I always give track 7 a listen first when trying to work out whether an album demands my attention. A quick spin of Change from Billy Liar’s new release Some Legacy drew me in straight away...

Scuttlers – Manchester, Deaf Institute – photo review

Middleton’s Scuttlers played a career highlight at The Deaf Institute Manchester on Friday. Brilliant Louder Than War photographer Trust A Fox was in attendance and we highlight his photos with a few words from Nigel.

New band of the day : Suzi Toy ‘former Flesh For Lulu and We Buy Gold members return with glorious filthy rock n roll’

They are the lipstick smudges in the sodium haze. They are the soundtrack for those flickering moments when the night crawls in and the daylight fades. And they are heading your way

The Who: Wembley Stadium, London – photo review

The Who Wembley Stadium, London 6 July 2019 Rock legends The Who took to the Wembley Stadium stage last Saturday for the first time since Live Aid...

Paul Sng and Simone Marie Created Doc On Homeless Dog Owners Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Today a crowdfunding campaign has been launched for a documentary about homeless dog owners. Created by acclaimed filmmaker Paul Sng and Simone Marie (Primal...

One Eyed Wayne: Waste Of A Day – Single Review

Download single from One Eyed Wayne's acclaimed second LP Saucy Postcards Super Creeps.

Factories Run By Robots (Punk Poetry Anthology) – Book Review

Book Review Factories Run By Robots: Poetry & Prose compiled by Mike Dines  (Itchy Monkey Press) Paperback book (132 pages inc 24 colour art photographs by...

PP Arnold – interview

PP Arnold - Louder Than War Interview. With a new solo on the horizon Matt Mead interviews the well loved soul singer

The B-52s: The Sage, Gateshead – live review

The self-proclaimed "tacky little dance band from Athens, Georgia" bring their pioneering outsider-pop to the heart of North-East England. Gus Ironsides gets his rock lobsters off to the B-52s.

Watch This! Cannock’s Marquis Drive Drop New Video for Single Shine On

Cannock-based sextet Marquis Drive drop video for Shine On, the second part of their double A side single release.

Suicide – “Suicide” Reappraisal

Suicide- Reappraisal  With this month seeing the third anniversary of the death of Alan Vega, Amy Britton looks over the legacy of Suicide, in particular...

Mueran Humanos: Hospital Lullabies – album review

Mueran Humanos are the Argentinian, Berlin-based synth-goth duo releasing their third LP on the 5th of July. Rhys Delany reviews.





Drab Majesty : Manchester : Live Review

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

Climate Strike : what can Music do to clean up its act?

What can a poor boy (girl) do in these chaotic and filthy times but be a street cleaning, non plastic, pretty sober, eco conscious man...’

After London Announce New Single ‘You Know What I Mean’ – LTW Premier

Big, gritty, alternative rock compared to the likes of Dream Wife and Wolf Alice,...

Larry Wallis RIP an obituary of a rock n roll legend

his death represents a further conclusion of the spirit of rebellion, musical anarchy and socially conscious satire that blossomed in the hippy era and crystallised in punk a decade later.

GUO Announce New Audiovisual Performance In Collaboration With Brady Corbet

To coincide with the release of GUO4 (out today via Mute) GUO (Daniel Blumberg...