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Professor And The Madman – London, 100 Club – live review"
Featuring members of The Adolescents and D.I. alongside Rat Scabies and Paul Gray, Professor And The Madman rock the 100 Club for a special one-off gig. Supergroups are an anomaly. From fiscally-focused propositions like Asia to fun loving acts such as Me First And The Gimme Gimmes via the chin scratching appeal of Chickenfoot – […]
Visions Festival 2018 (day one) : London – Live review"
Visions Festival 2018 have added a special Friday night show in advance of the following days event. Sauna Youth / Bad Breeding / Fucked Up in a one room called Hanger in London Fields, East London. We couldn’t just ignore this one. Keith Goldhanger went along to help kick start the weekend. It hasn’t escaped us as […]
Dolls: Sugar Free – Single Premiere and Review"
Louder Than War premiers and reviews the grunge-punk duo Dolls’ new single Sugar Free from their forthcoming Pop The Bubble EP.
BC Camplight release an album of quirky brilliance – review and interview"
How to Die…, was his third album, which arrived after an 8 year hiatus; a period which saw him homeless and musically despondent. After a compulsive move to Manchester in 2012, BC began to recruit a band from various Oldham Street haunts and the music began to flow like happy hour down a drunkard’s gullet.
Nova Twins: 10 question interview"
Nova Twins are South London’s hotly tipped ‘punky grimey party‘, currently wowwing the festival scene. Londoners have a rare chance to catch them in a small venue this Saturday, when they play LOUD WOMEN’s Summer Party at the Lexington. To get to know this cooler-than-cool duo (Amy and Georgia) a bit better, Cassie Fox asked […]