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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...

Download Festival: Hill Valley High – interview and review

Hill Valley High Download Festival Donington Park 10 June 2016 Hill Valley High had the privilege of opening Download's Maverick stage on the first day of this years...

Festivals & Football Stickers: Catching Up With Los Campesinos!

As part of our coverage of Long Division Festival 2016, we Louder Than War's Dave Beech caught up with Los Campesinos! ahead of their...

Interview Stuart Wilson: Reggae Riser

Cayman Islands reggae star Stuart Wilson admits he is rich. “When I tell people I am from the Cayman Islands. They think I am probably...

Interview: My Favorite and Death Party Records

Enduring class-act My Favorite release a great new single on the revived and relocated Death Party Records. Glenn Airey has a chat with main players Michael Avishay and Michael Grace Jr. Pic by Jenny Panic.

Interview: Fountains of Wayne

Twenty years ago, guitar-based music was still in rude health, largely thanks to the new wave of British guitar music (which was later derivatively...

Interview: Hard Left

Passionately political Oakland Oi-punk/hard mod outfit Hard Left release a new 4-track EP this month, so big fan Glenn Airey fired a few friendly enquiries across the pond.

Interview: Bivouac

Cult nineties alt-rock band Bivouac are back after a twenty-year break. We talk to frontman Paul Yeadon about reuniting and their new material

Interview: Lights

We talk to Lights about latest album Midnight Machines, new single Meteorites and cruising with Paramore.

Eddie Argos has just discovered spoken word, books, tours and why he isn’t a poet

Art Brut’s career has been one of daft triumphs, excellently wasted opportunities, near-misses with chart heroics and a goddamn great set of punk tunes.  Lead...





Pearl Jam: BST festival, Hyde Park, London – preview and ticket info

Pearl Jam British Summer Time, Hyde Park, London Friday 10th July Plus special guests Pixies White Reaper + more to...

Soft Rubbish: 1999 – single review and video premiere

Track review and video premiere Soft Rubbish:  1999 DL only from (Bandcamp) Out now New single and brilliant...

Stealing Sheep: Ashton in Makerfield Library – live review

Stealing Sheep Ashton in Makerfield Library 28th November 2019 Hailing from Liverpool, Stealing Sheep are an art-pop...

Shortparis announce new album : Russian band are one of our favourite new bands and set to break big

Long time LTW faves Shortparis announce new album, video and tour dates.

Afghan Whigs frontman announces debut solo album

at last the debut solo album from mr Whig himself, Greg Dulli - hear first track today on 6music...........................