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GNOD: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

An ear splitting night of intense space rock and sludgy kraut rock from three of the finest bands around, who all brought their A Game!

Primavera Sound 2017 – preview

Aside from the festival line up itself tomorrow sees the start of the build up to this years Primavera Sound, check out whats going on below!

Primavera Sound 2017 Ones To Watch

With just over a week to go until this years Primavera Sound festival, we round up a bunch of bands who are set to impress at this years festival!

Ifriqiyya Electrique: Rûwâhîne – album review

An album catching a feeling, an emotion, a moment in a lifetime.

Primavera Sound – festival preview

It's almost that time of year again and as a warm up to this years Primavera Sound, we take a look at another incredible line up from one of our favourite festivals!

The Dead Bhuttos. Punk Rock in Pakistan – interview

Louder Than War’s Simon Proudman speaks to Hassan Amin from The Dead Bhuttos.

Vieux Farka Toure: Samba – album review

Often exceptional and hypnotic the solos alone are something to behold.

Einstürzende Neubauten: Boiler Shop, Newcastle – live review

A beguiling and brilliant set from German Industrial pioneers Einstürzende Neubauten in a venue which couldn't have been anymore suited to them.

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!

Ghost Against Ghost: Still Love – album review

Ghost Against Ghost: Still Love (Our Silent Canvas) LP/CD/DL Available Now! 5/10 Still Love is the debut album by Woodstock based artist Christopher Bono. The album is grand...

Blackfly: I Don’t Know – Track review

Blackfly: I Don’t Know Samedi Records DL Out now Louder than War's Ioan Humphreys gets hooked and intrigued by the mysterious and elusive sounds of Vermont's Blackfly  Black Fly...

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