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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...

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...

Prince Party with Simon Price at Hebden Bridge Trades Club

Journalist and Prince fanatic Simon Price will DJ a special party at Hebden Bridge Trades Club in memory of the pop genius whose death...

Cappadox Festival 2016 – preview

Cappadox Festival has me rethinking how I envisage a festival.  As a UK festival fan I see gathering with friends and those of like...

Bowling For Soup – interview

Their recent UK tour came three years after Bowling For Soup had decided that their days of lengthy foreign tours were over.  Alan Ewart...

Dan Sartain: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

The incomparable Dan Sartain wows tonight's Newcastle crowd, with his personal best set we're left in awe.

Live at Leeds – Ones to Watch

Check out our picks of the finest new bands around that are taking to the stage at Live at Leeds this year!





Hugh Cornwell: Interview

Stranglers legend talks to Dave Jennings about his solo career and how he feels about the band's continuation without him

Watch You Drown : Live 2019 A War Of Words – Album Review

Album Review Watch You Drown : Live 2019 A War Of Words (Wired) CD / DL Out...

RIDE – This Is Not A Safe Place – album review

Louder Than War's Matt Mead reviews the exciting new album from 90's Shoegaze icons RIDE.

The Utopia Strong: The Utopia Strong – album review

The Utopia Strong: The Utopia Strong Rocket Recordings LP/CD/DL Out Now. Modern kosmische via the joined...

Chastity Belt: self-titled – Album review – ‘exemplifying Écriture Féminine in rock’

Album Review Chastity Belt - Chastity Belt (Hardly Art) CD DL LP Cass Out 20 Sept 2019 Fourth,...