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Erin McKeown: Interview

Louder Than War's Melz Durston interviews Erin McKeown about her music, her work as a lyricist and working with Harvard's Berman Centre for Internet and Society.

LIINES – interview

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

Watch this! An introduction to Officer

In the midst of all that he also writes a f*cking great tune from time to time

Fader: Neil Arthur and Benge – interview

Fader talk about the past, the present and the future to Louder than War's Paul Scott-Bates, The electronic pioneers Neil Arthur and Benge have joined forces and have their debut collaboration, First Light, ready for release soon. They discuss changes in the recording process, how the addition of vocals has changed some of their collaborative work and the excitement of working with other luminaries within the electronic sphere.

Thee Deadtime Philharmonic – interview

"There’s nowhere for working class people to go now" Thee Deadtime Philharmonic talk to LTW ahead of the release of their new album

Amanda Palmer – interview

Ahead of the release of new album I Can Spin A Rainbow we talk to Amanda Palmer about working with Edward Ka-Spel of The Legendary Pink Dots

Sons Of The Descent New Release

Edinburgh duo Hugh Duggie and Ian White are ex Factory Records and ex Mute artists, with BBC 6 Music's Gideon Coe already giving them exclusive airtime, Sons of...

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.

The Train Set – interview

One of the great lost bands of the '80s The Train Set started strong but disappeared as quickly as they'd exploded on the scene. They're now back with new material.

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.

Swimming Tapes – Brilliant New Summer Pop Guitar 5 Piece

  London based swooning sunshine pop guitar band Swimming Tapes have released 3 stunning singles in 2016, with a 4th single Cameos just released to complete...

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