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Jape: This Chemical Sea – album review

not only lovers of alternative pop, but also connoisseurs of very special music.

Wilco: Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Rare Tracks 1994-2014 – album review

Wilco celebrate their 20th anniversary with an extensive boxset compling demos, unreleased songs, live recordings and covers.

J Mascis: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

An awe inspiring performance by one of the greatest guitarists to ever walk the earth, a set performed with the utmost ease. This evening we're left amazed!

Signor Benedick The Moor: Opus 3 – A Man Atop The Tower – album review

Signor Benedick The Moor's new album is challenging and genre-defying, a mish-mash of adventurism and daring.

Zs: Xe – album review

Zs: Xe (Northern Spy Records) CD/LP/DL Available 27 January 2015 This one-take wonder is avant-prog-jazzers Zs’ latest addition to their ever expanding discography, says Louder Than War's...

New Artist of the Day: Mildriot

"Mildriot's sound is sort of neon, nostalgic, squishy, and twisty."

Steel Pulse Announce Handsworth Revolution UK Dates

Birmingham reggae favourites Steel Pulse will perform their landmark debut album, Handsworth Revolution, seen as a huge influence in the development of British reggae, in its entirety at a series of UK shows next April.

Interview: Brian Reitzell – the acclaimed soundtrack artiste talks to us about his score for Hannibal

For Louder Than War Colin McCracken talks to contemporary soundtrack goliath Brian Reitzell about his score for Hannibal.

Jonzip Releases New Solo EP With Added Mescaleros

Jonzip releases new solo EP Releases New Solo With Added Mescaleros

DJ Lord / Too Much Posse (feat. Chuck D): Eat the Rat – single review

Public Enemy Dj and legendary turntablist DJ Lord goes it alone on his new album, the first cut off which, feat. Chuck D, Andy Carrington reviews for us today.

The Last Internationale: Interview – Edgey Pires talks politics and protest.

Edgey Perez from The Last Internationale talks politics and protest. "We go to the root of the problem, this is a radical band."

Meatbodies: Meatbodies – album review

"If you’re a lover of the current Bay Area rock ‘n’ roll renaissance and people like Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees, Meatbodies will already seem like a close friend to you, and if you’re one of those whiners constantly bitching about the state of rock music in today’s modern world, you clearly haven’t heard these bands yet."

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