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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.
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 Friday (5 June) saw the release of a 4 track EP featuring the likes of bis and Mt Doubt. This is a taster...
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.”
Louder Than War’s Nigel Carr caught up with Mike Bennet to discuss Glamnezia and everything glam, from its origins in English music hall, through the very first stirrings in the late sixties to the US crossover of glam and hair metal!
Duncan Reid and the Big Heads: Don't Blame Yourself Little Big Head Records Out Now LP/CD/DL Duncan Reid (ex The Boys) & his merry band of Big...
The most important thing is that you come away with art. I’m getting to the age where there’s no point complaining about a lack of something happening, no excuse for it if you’re not going to do it yourself. I’ve always had that DIY approach to my own music.”
The world of pop music and entertainment - especially the festival merry-go-round that has dominated the live music industry narrative this past decade -...
The Pandemic Interview Alex Mainy Main of the Facebook music blog Reservoir Droogs has recently been in conversation with several independent artists to discuss the...
Nigel speaks with Ist Ist bass player Andy Keating about the lockdown, the development of the band's sound and aesthetic and what to look forward to after lockdown.
Sparks have just released their brilliant new album 'A Steady Drip Drip Drip' one of their best albums in a glorious 50 year career which you can order from here. John Robb asks about their muse, the new album, their working relationship, their lockdown life and so much more...
Rock trivia - somehow the most trivial and yet the most important on the planet. The excellent twitter feed of @birmingham81 post up this Ramsgate postcard with a photo of the Ramsgate Hoverport in its glory days, which peaked with a visit from Can!