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LIINES – interview

Ahead of their LOUD WOMEN Fest slot next month Cassie Fox caught up with Manchester's best post-punk band, LIINES

RIIB: James Mainwaring – interview

James Mainwaring of RIIB talks to Louder Than War about their new release Conveyor Belt, former Mercury Prize nominated band Roller Trio and touring with Django Django.

Eddie from The Vibrators in conversation…

Eddie from The Vibrators in conversation... Mark McStea interview's Eddie of The Vibrators regarding his memories of early days etc in celebration of 40th anniversary...

The Charlemagnes – interview

With tour dates in early June we catch up with legendary band The Charlemagnes about putting together their long-lost album and their longevity

Darma – interview

Darma speak to Louder Than War about recording their first album, the role of social media and how Bob Cooper helped them to achieve their dream album.

Maximo Park – interview

As Maximo Park gear up to release their sixth studio album, we catch up with Lukas and Paul from the band

Ben Harding (Senseless Things) – interview

Known as one of the best live bands of the 1990s Senseless Things are preparing for a reunion show. Cassie Fox catches up with Ben Harding.

Hooton Tennis Club – interview

Hooton Tennis Club are one of the best young bands on the music scene at present. With two albums already released, the second Big Box Of Chocolates just released, and their live TV debut recently secured they are moving onto pastures new and gaining raves reviews across the board.

Interview: Stefan Melbourne aka We Were Strangers

Stefan Melbourne is a hotly tipped singer/songwriter who now trades under the moniker We Were Strangers and he plays a comeback gig at the...

Fuelling the Fire: We Chat to Less Than Jake’s Chris DeMakes About Their Forthcoming Tour

As ska-punk stalwarts Less Than Jake prepare to head out on their Fuelling the Fire tour, we caught up with guitarist/vocalist Chris DeMake, while...

Interview: The Goon Sax

Ahead of their run of first UK tour dates and latest single Sweaty Hands we talk to Australia's The Goon Sax about debut album Up To Anything and being teenage songwriters

Interview!! LTW meet The Tramways and Jamie Morrison

Jamie Morrison (Stereophonics/Drewford Alabama/Noisettes) recently released five EPs under his Pop Morrison moniker. Entitled 'Holla' the idea was to release the instrumental music and...

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