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Life After Death: an interview with Spectres

With their recent album having been greeted with near universal acclaim we catch up with Bristol's Spectres.

Interview! Cutting edge LA label DeathBomb Arc turn seventeen and release brilliant free compilation. We talk to label boss Brian Kinsman

Interview! Cutting edge LA label DeathBomb Arc turn seventeen and release brilliant free compilation. We talk to label boss Brian Kinsman.

Interview: James Graham From The Twilight Sad Talks to Us At Edinburgh Hogmany Party 2014

Interview: James Graham from the Twilight Sad talks to us at Edinburgh Hogmany Party 2014

New Band of the Day: Morning Smoke

Brighton-based noisy post-punkers Morning Smoke catch up with Dave Beech, talking about their forthcoming single, washing up duties and more.

Watch This! Brilliant Interview with Buzz Osbourne From The Melvins By Little Punk Person

Watch This! Brilliant Interview with Buzz Osbourne From The Melvins By Little Punk Person

Fat Goth: One Hundred Percent Suave – album review

Dundonian quirk-rock loons and Louder Than War faves Fat Goth return with third album musing on the weirder pleasures of the flesh. Joe Whyte listens and approves.

Louder Than War Interview: That Fucking Tank

To coincide with the release of That Fucking Tank's latest album we managed to collar the band's Andy Abbott to ask him a few questions about the album and the bands ten year career so far.

Louder Than War Interview: LA Noise / Rap Trio clipping.

We chat to amazing noise rap trio clipping. about their last album, midcity, and the recent news that they've signed to Sub Pop.

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