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Damnation Festival Announces Line-up – festival preview

Damnation Festival Leeds University Union 2nd November 2019 The 2019 Damnation Festival has made some very exciting band announcements, for what is without doubt the UK's...

Liverpool Sound City 2019: Various Venues, Day Two – live review

Liverpool Sound City is now in full flow and following on from Keith Goldhangers' day one review we have some more words about many of...

Doc’ n Roll Festival Returns To Manchester

Featuring six exclusive screenings and a raft of special events, Manchester's Doc'n Roll festival returns for its second year at Home from May 29th...

Watch this! Pleasure Venom: Hive – exclusive video premiere

Pleasure Venom are our new favourite post-punk band from Austen TX, as evidenced by today's video premiere for their ferociously inviting single, 'Hive'. Driving punkrock beats, gnarly...

South by South Wales (SXSWALES) Festival – feature and interview

South by South Wales (SXSWALES) Festival - Michael Patrick Hicks finds out about Wales' newest music and media festival for Louder Than War.

Sharpe Festival, Bratislava, Nova Cvernovka – review

Sharpe Festival took place this weekend in Slovakia's historic city of Bratislava. Bands were on display from all over the world with a core emphasis on local acts. Nigel Carr arrived on Friday evening to witness the festival cranking into action.

Sharpe Festival – 2019, Bratislava – Preview

Now extended to a two-day event the second edition of the SHARPE Music Festival & Conference will take place from April 26-27th 2019 at Nova Cvernovka in Bratislava.

Caught By The River Calder: The Trades Club – Live Review

Caught By The River Calder The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge March 30th 2019 With spoken word events by day and musical performances by night, united by inspirations...

Standon Calling 2019 – Festival preview

Keith Goldhanger prepares for summer. The annual Standon Calling Festival is looking good again. Standon Calling continue to add acts for the annual garden party...

I, Doris: ‘The Girl From Clapham’ – the Squeeze classic from her point of view

Ever wondered what the story of Squeeze's classic 'Up the Junction' might look like from her point of view? London's I, Doris are here...

Being Frank – The Chris Sievey Story: film review

Being Frank follows the life of comedian Frank Sidebottom and his creator Chris Sievey. Nigel Carr reviews the release for Louder Than War.

Bluedot Festival 2019 – Jodrell Bank, Cheshire – Louder than War Preview

David Edwards casts his eyes ahead to celebrating 50 years since the Apollo moon landings this July in the sumptuous, beautiful and cerebrally-stimulating environment...

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