Thursday, September 19, 2019

Japan

BORIS With MERZBOW announce details of new collaborative album ‘Gensho’

BORIS With MERZBOW announce details of new collaborative album 'Gensho' Renowned Japanese innovators BORIS and MERZBOW have teamed up with Relapse Records for their new...

Interview: ピカ/Pika☆ – we talk to the Afrirampo and Acid Mothers Temple drummer, guitarist and singer ahead of a solo tour

Interview: ピカ/Pika☆ - we talk to the Afrirampo and Acid Mothers Temple drummer, guitarist and singer ahead of a solo tour

The Mutants: Tokyo Nights – album review

The Mutants new album sees London sleaze punk meeting Japanese brethren (and sisters!) in a tag-team surf-punk mash-up.

The Filthy Tongues With Paul Hullah | Lola In Slacks: Audio, Glasgow – live review

Photo above: Full band performing the finale of "Bring on the Dancing Horses" The Filthy Tongues with Paul Hullah | Lola in Slacks Audio, Glasgow 21st February...

Zun Zun Egui: Shackles’ Gift – album review

Zun Zun Egui: Shackles’ Gift (Bella Union) LP/CD/DL Available now Zun Zun Egui’s follow up is a sweat-drenched bag of hard rocking hustle says Louder Than War’s...

Rachael Dadd: We Resonate – album review

An album of unparalleled beauty and quality

Real World 25 – album review

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

Dustin Wong and Takako Minekawa: Savage Imagination – album review

The Tokyo-based duo's sophomore album is a carnivalesque delight says Louder Than War's Paul Margree.

Kawabata Makoto: The Cluny, Newcastle – live review

The awesome speed guru that is kawabata makoto brings a very intimate and special show to Newcastle, an audio visual collaboration of epic proportions.

OOIOO: Gamel – album review

Originality and traditional sharing the same groove

Boris: Noise – album review

Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews the new album from one of London's most prolific recording bands, Boris.

Shonen Knife: Overdrive – album review

Simple. That’s what you need, just simple. Rock’n’Roll isn’t complicated, it’s not clever, it’s dumb, quick and easy. Shonen Knife’s Facebook description is just ‘Rock!’ and that sums this all up in one perfect word.

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