Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Home Festivals

Festivals

Rebellion Festival 2019 – band confirmations update:

Rebellion Festival 2019 - band confirmations update: The Rebellion Festival 2019 might seem to be a long way off, but in just over 8mths the...

Sŵn Festival 2018 Day 3 (Friday) : Cardiff – live review

Keith Goldhanger continues running around Cardiff for the 2018 Sŵn Festival. Day Three and the bands are coming thick and fast now.

Sŵn Festival 2018 Day 4 (Saturday) – live review

Keith Goldhanger continues running around Cardiff cramming in as many shows as possible and reports on the last day of the four day swn event.

Rock Against Violence Returns This Weekend

Rock Against Violence is back on 12th October for its 7th year at their new venue, Camden Dingwalls. The charity are looking to raise...

SŴN Festival 2018, Cardiff – Preview

Keith Goldhanger picks out a few favourites from a huge list of bands performing in Cardiff this October at Sŵn festival 2018.

Guttfull: Video premiere for ‘Tits and Nails’

Queercore sax punks Guttfull release today a riotous video for their single 'Tits and Nails', the title track of their forthcoming debut album.   The song...

Ritual Union Festival Promoter Gives LTW His Top 10 Picks

Following on from the recent lineup announcement   Louder Than War caught up with Ritual Union Festivals promoter Simon Bailey to ask him for...

Ritual Union Festival Announce Great Line Up

Held across multiple venues on Oxford’s vibrant Cowley Road, the second edition of the Ritual Union Festival features some of the best and hottest...

The Franklys: interview

It’s hard not to love The Franklys. As Anglo-Swedish all-woman garage-rock bands go, they’re the top – awesome, catchy songs, killer guitar riffs, heaps...

Petrol Girls: The Future is Dark – EP review

Petrol Girls The Future is Dark (EP) Out 14 September 2018 Hassle Records Petrol Girls are a female-fronted band. And that’s no lazy music journo condescension: the point...

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...

Standon Calling 2018 – Festival review

15,000 people with 15,000 different tastes in music all took turns standing at different stages at different times of the weekend watching the good, the bad, the old, the new, the mainstream and the weird stuff that everyone seems to understand apart from one or two who stand scratching their heads bewildered. Keith Goldhanger covered every angle.

STAY CONNECTED

38,184FansLike
35,047FollowersFollow

CATEGORIES

MUST READ

Hugh Cornwell: Interview

Stranglers legend talks to Dave Jennings about his solo career and how he feels about the band's continuation without him

Watch You Drown : Live 2019 A War Of Words – Album Review

Album Review Watch You Drown : Live 2019 A War Of Words (Wired) CD / DL Out...

RIDE – This Is Not A Safe Place – album review

Louder Than War's Matt Mead reviews the exciting new album from 90's Shoegaze icons RIDE.

The Utopia Strong: The Utopia Strong – album review

The Utopia Strong: The Utopia Strong Rocket Recordings LP/CD/DL Out Now. Modern kosmische via the joined...

Chastity Belt: self-titled – Album review – ‘exemplifying Écriture Féminine in rock’

Album Review Chastity Belt - Chastity Belt (Hardly Art) CD DL LP Cass Out 20 Sept 2019 Fourth,...