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Barbara – BRB – Single Review

Barbara – brb Released 22 January 2021 DL   We get a lot of requests to review new releases at Louder Than War and one of the advantages...

Thick Pigeon – Subway – album review

Thick Pigeon Subway Les Disques du Crepuscule Vinyl/DL Released 19 February 2021 A new collection of the singles recorded by New York electronic duo Thick Pigeon from the...

Teen Creeps: Forever – Album Review

Teen Creeps: Forever PIAS Recordings Out Now LP/CD/DL This Belgian trio wear their influences proudly on their sleeves with this their sophomore release. With their roots and influences...

Def Robot release double A side Reflection / Original Soda Queen!

Lazy bastards Def Robot return with a cracking double A side to start the year before the release of their 11th album in two...

Eight Rounds Rapid : Onesie – incredible new video

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The Wall: A New Way To Peroxide – album review

The Wall - A New Way To Peroxide Spectacle Music Ltd CD/DL Released 26 January 2021 New collection featuring Sunderland punk band The Wall, combining their two singles...

Supergroup Halloween Jack Premiere TRASH as Tribute to Sylvain Sylvain

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Watch this! New single from Scottish electronic duo Post Coal Prom Queen 

Scottish electronic duo Post Coal Prom Queen release a new single, Salt, from their debut EP. Lily Higham and Gordon Johnstone will release the PCPQ EP in...

The Stan Laurels – There Is No Light Without Dark – album review

The Stan Laurels - There Is No Light Without Dark Big Stir CD/DL Released 23 January 2021 Fourth album by John Lathrop aka The Stan Laurels, but the...

Sea Shepherd’s driving force Paul Watson interview with John Robb

Paul Watson is the driving force of Sea Shepherd - the world’s leading direct action Eco organisation. He talks to John Robb about what we need to post Pandemic to save the world and save ourselves. An inspiring interview about green campaigning, direct action and the power of nature and the sixth great extinction and much more...

Divide and Dissolve: Gas Lit – album review

Divide and Dissolve: Gas Lit Invada Records LP/CD/DL Divide and Dissolve are Takiaya Reed (Black & Tsalagi ) and Sylvie Nehill (Māori) and through their Drone music...

Paul Candiflp Blackwood (Anarchistwood) – a Unique Life 10/4/1972 – 26/12/2020

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