Music Interviews with artists, bands 7 Singers. Louder Than War interviews with artists about their music, origins and ideas
Stuart Fletcher - Ex Seahorse speaks to Louder Than War. Matt Mead tracks down the elusive bass player for this exclusive interview
John Mayall - new album review and interview. Matt Mead investigates John's new album and interviews the British blues legend
This Friday, February 1st, marks the unveiling of the new EP via the superstar duo "She Made Me Do It." "Drenched" is a tantalizing...
The Quantum Pig debut Songs Of Industry And Sunshine reworks the prog template with a myriad of influences.
Thought Forms (Charlie Romijn (guitar / vocals), Deej Dhariwal (guitars / vocals), Guy Metcalfe (drums) are to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their...
The Godfathers release This Is War - The Godfathers Live! and pick their favourites live LP's Legendary British rock & roll band The Godfathers release...
Carnival : From Strawberry Fields to the Pyramid Club. Matt Mead catches up with Ian Fradgley from the band to uncover this long lost band
Andy Spearpoint exclusive Louder Than War interview. New Fads lead singer talks to Matt Mead in this extensive interview
Sitting somewhere in that bricolage world of TV on the Radio, David Holmes, David Lynch, Ennio Morricone, Massive Attack, Gorillaz the song is a catchy and compulsive slice of 21st century pop but with a post punk edge.
Alien Tango Dalston Victoria, London 10th January 2020 Alien Tango caught the attention of Keith Goldhanger at...
DARWIN ‘SO FEW COMETS’ Album Review : ‘brilliant eclectic atmospheric release with Bauhaus connections’
A music that matches the the devastation caused by the raging fires in 2017 that left the beautiful Californian landscape mirroring a barren, desolate, bare, lifeless backdrop
What we wonder is why they didn't choose another album track, 'Elizabeth My Dear', where the decidedly not very royalist at all Ian Brown describes shooting the queen...
Eminem is in the middle of a social networking storm with a track on his new album, 'Music To Be Murdered By' that references the 2017 Manchester bombing at the Ariana Grande concert