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Brix and The Extricated: The Ruby Lounge, Manchester – review

Brix and The Extricated The Ruby Lounge, Manchester 13th May 2016 Brix Smith Start hosted a Q&A session at the Ruby Lounge on Friday night to promote...

Interview Stuart Wilson: Reggae Riser

Cayman Islands reggae star Stuart Wilson admits he is rich. “When I tell people I am from the Cayman Islands. They think I am probably...

Primavera Sound Festival – Preview

Another humongous line up packed to the nines with stars from across the Globe, Primavera Sound is once again set to be one of the highlights of the summer.

The Poisoned Glass: 10 Swords – Album review

The Poisoned Glass: 10 Swords (Ritual Productions) LP | CD | DL Available now These doom-laden bass and synth bangers will give all but the toughest listeners...

Niagara: Hyperocean – album review

Italian experimental electro popsters return with their new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews.

New Band of the Day: Faz Waltz

Given Italian boot boy band Faz Waltz are about to release their fifth album it's stretching it to call them 'new' but let us introduce you to them anyway

The Dwarfs of East Agouza: Bes – album review

Dwarfs of East Agouza: Bes (Nawa Recordings) 2xLP | 2CD | DL Available now The Dwarfs of East Agouza channel Egyptian vibes into pulsing psych-folk jams. Get...

Live At Leeds – Festival Review

Another brilliant year from Live At Leeds, with a huge variety of acts to choose from, there was always going to be the odd one who disappointed.

Anohni: Hopelessness – album review

Anohni: Hopelessness (Secretly Canadian/Rough Trade) LP/CD/DL 06/05/2016 9/10 Anohni returns with a more dance-orientated album. Aided by Hudson Mohawke and Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) Hopelessness sees Anohni...

Premiere!! Stream Brand New Dieterich & Barnes Album ‘The Coral Casino’

Louder than War are pleased to premier the brand new album from John Dieterich (Deerhoof) and Jeremy Barnes (Neutral Milk Hotel/A Hawk and A...

Leland Sundries: ‘Maps Of The West’ – Video Premiere

Leland Sundries Maps Of The West World Video Premiere Brooklyn outfit Leland Sundries are making quite a stir with their debut full-length album Music For Outcasts, which has...

Jonathan Snipes: Excess Flesh OST – album review

Jonathan Snipes: Excess Flesh OST (Deathbomb Arc) CD/DL Available Now! 8/10 Composer and member of experimental hip-hop outfit clipping. Jonathan Snipes delivers the soundtrack to director Patrick Kennelly's...

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