Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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Hit The North – festival review

The first Hit The North festival took over the majority of Newcastle's finest venues, with an exceptionally diverse line up it was a sure fire hit!

Song For A Family: Campaign For Craig Gill – Saturn 5 To Christmas No.1

The last couple of weeks have been an overwhelming sad time for the family, friends and fans of the late Inspiral Carpets drummer Craig Gill.  Gone too soon is the...

Primavera Sound: Day Two – festival review

Another awesome day in the baking sun on the Spanish coast at one of the planets greatest festivals, today Dungen, Savages and Dinosaur Jr. all shine!

Max Richter: Songs From Before – reissue review

Max Richter: Songs From Before (Deutsche Grammophon) LP/CD Available 27th May 8.5/10 Originally released in 2006 and now re-mastered and re-released on heavyweight vinyl LP plus CD, 'Songs...

Premiere: watch the new video from The Antikaroshi

Watch the video for The Antikaroshi track The Only Witness

Various Artists: Late Night Tales – Nils Frahm – album review

A fantastic album and one that requires its listener to trust its motives and just enjoy the ride.

OFF!: Berlin – live review

Our man in Berlin brings us word of OFF! and asks you to help celebrate the birthday of special Berlin venue, SO36

Mogwai: Music Industry 3. Fitness Industry 1. EP Review

Mogwai: Music Industry 3. Fitness Industry 1. (Rock Action) Format: CD/DL/12" 8/10 Scottish post-rockers follow up arguably their most commercial success, Rave Tapes, with new EP Music Industry...

Real World 25 – album review

A superb tribute to a ground-breaking label, and a fantastic introduction to music from around our planet.

Tusk Mini Festival: Star and Shadow, Newcastle – live review

If it's noise and weirdness you want, Tusk Mini is just the ticket. Louder Than War's Paul Margree headed up to Newcastle to get a lungful.

Misty Mountain Roadshow Tour: Berlin – live review

Our man in Berlin, Barry Lanigan, catches four noisy experimental acts as the Misty Mountain Roadshow rolls into town.

Tangerine Dream perform Sorcerer 1977: The Tivoli Konsersal, Copenhagen, Denmark – live review

A few days ago in Copenhagen Tangerine Dream performed the Soundtrack from the film Sorcerer (1977) for the first time live. And if that wasn't enough, also on the bill were Michael Rother (NEU!) and Dieter Moebius. Louder Than War's Emmett Mullaney was at the gig and has filed the following report.

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