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Himalayas – fast rising Welsh band with a touch of the Manics about them speak to John Robb

Himalayas are a fast rising young band from South Wlaes who take on the Manic Street Preachers mantle of intense yet populist melodic indie rock. This is a sound that will fill stadiums when they are open again. John Robb caught up with the band here...

WATCH THIS! Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai) in depth interview with John Robb

Mogwai have been reshaping post rock or whatever you want to call that space for years now. In truth they operate brilliantly in the shadows of post punk, soundscape, soundtrack and even Goth to create stunning spectral pieces that are captivating and thrilling. They are also eloquent and outspoken as John Robb found out when he spoke to band member Stuart Braithwaite.

Interview! Nadine Shah on her brilliant new album and much more

WATCH THIS! Nadine Shah interviewed by John Robb about her wonderful new album and her powerful and eloquent thoughts on being a women in 21st century UK and her unique background and so much more

A Guy Call Gerald: Black Secret Technology 25th Anniversary interview

According to LTW boss John Robb, there's a new wave of drum-n-bass bubbling on the Manchester underground scene as I write this. What better...

BMX Bandits Duglas T. Stewart talks to LTW’s Harry Mulligan about staying safe during Lockdown

LTW's Harry Mulligan speaks with Duglas T. Stewart, the frontman from the BMX Bandits, the Wizard of Whimsy, & one of Scotland’s National Treasures!

Paul Draper : interview

When they crashed and burned ten years later they left a legacy of great album and an unfinished ending that their driving force Paul; Draper comes to terms with in this in depth and heart on the sleeve interview. Here he talks about his production and his solo career and plans for the future...

James Atkin (EMF) – interview

James Atkin has been working hard during the lockdown, conspiring with Richard March (PWEI) to pull together old friends from the 90s indie music...

Bob Vylan : interview with the punk grime band of the moment

I would argue that pop culture is very much is black culture. It’s the parts of black culture that the majority is happy to take part in.

The Howlers – Interview

London-based three piece The Howlers are known for their hard-hitting tracks and boisterous anthems, with their work gracing BBC Radio 1 on release and receiving substantial national praise. Lily Martin catches up with lead singer-songwriter Adam to find out more about their upcoming tour, the difficulties they've faced and what motivates them.

Watch This! Manchester’s Suave Martyrs Show Us What A Weekend In The Life of An Underground Indie Band is like (Part 1)

Manchester quintet Suave Martyrs provide an insight in to what it's like to be an unsigned indie band in 2020.

Last Night From Glasgow: Isolation Sessions – interview

Last Friday (5 June) saw the release of a 4 track EP featuring the likes of bis and Mt Doubt. This is a taster...

Women Who Rock: Cruel Hearts Club Interview with Gita and Edie Langley

Louder Than War's Audrey Golden got a chance to talk with Gita and Edie of Cruel Hearts Club shortly after they’d released their second single “Suck It Up” and while they were making the music video for their newest release, “Blame Me Too.”
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