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Pega Monstro: Alfarroba – album review

From barrages of cacophonous noise to the sweetest dream pop Pega Monstro cover a lot of ground with their second album.

Public Enemy: Roundhouse, London – live review

Since their formation over 30 years ago in 1982, the message from Public Enemy has been both loud & clear – one love.

Yang Fan: What Happened After 1,001 Nights – album review

Chinese experimentalist releases her debut album. Louder Than war’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews.

Mbongwana Star: From Kinshasa – album review

Mbongwana Star – From Kinshasa (World Circuit) DL | CD | LP Out Now 9 / 10 An excellent combination of European and African culture makes for an eclectic...

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

Godspeed You! Black Emperor: Roundhouse, London – live review

Godspeed You! Black Emperor Roundhouse, London 30th June 2015 As soon as the "ATP at the Roundhouse" series of gigs was announced it was clear that a...

On-U Sound Announce Digital Release Of Back Catalogue

Disturbing the comfortable, comforting the disturbed.

Ezra Furman: Perpetual Motion People – album review

The incredible follow up to Day Of The Dog is finally here, it sees Ezra Furman on top form as he channels a multitude of influences in the creation of it.

Louder Than War Interview: Chris DeCarlo of KLYAM by Carrie Quartly

"We're going to slay the music industry and wipe out all the indie twerps. Bring punk slime into the high schools, the middle schools, the elementary schools...and if we have time the preschools."

Thundercat: The Beyond / Where The Giants Roam – album review

Brainfeeder writer, performer, bassists extraordinaire Thundercat releases surprise mini-album. Simon Tucker reviews.

Midival Punditz: Light – album review

Light is positively addictive and well worth an hour of anyone’s time.

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