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S.F. Sorrow – The First Concept Album Of Its Kind … Two of the Pretty Things talk to Nathan Whittle

Louder Than War takes a look back at The Pretty Things’ S.F. Sorrow as it nears its 50th anniversary, talking to Phil May and...

Sam Stevens: “I’m The Most Famous Rock Star No Ones Heard of ” – interview

"People need someone to take their breath away....and then give it back"....Sam Stevens We arrived at the bustling, hipster village of Morristown New Jersey, with...

Carol Hodge – interviewed

  CAROL HODGE interviewed by Sophie Sparham If Carol Hodge stopped hanging around with old anarchist punk singers she could be a hugely successful mainstream soul...

Shanghai Beach – Video Premiere, interview and the Contamination EP

Are you ready for music that takes dystopic soundscapes along with analogue and digital devices and blends it into a deliciously driving mix? That’s one way of talking about the sound of Shanghai Beach – the solo project of New York based Steven Salazar. The Contamination EP is out this 31st August on AnalogueTrash – and Louder Than War presents the premiere of the ‘Re-Animator’ video.

Stone Foundation, new album new and interview

The new Stone Foundation album Everybody, Anyone was released on 24th August via 100% Records. Available to order on a variety of formats

JAH WOBBLE – Interview

The legendary Jah Wobble talks to Tim cooper about his 40-year career from PiL to today as bass man extraordinaire... just as soon as he's ordered his dinner

Steve Ignorant gives us his top 5 favourite books ahead of his big London gig

Steve Ignorant gives us his top 5 favourite books ahead of his big London gig with Membranes, Cravats & Wolfhounds on 5th October at Islington Assembly Hall

Steve Ignorant – Interviewed ahead of London gig with Membranes & others 5 October 2018

Street urchin Wayne Carey continues in his search for the punk legends...

Vryll Society – Course Of The Satellite album review and exclusive interview

Vryll Society album review and exclusive Louder Than War interview reviewed by Matt Mead exclusive interview with lead singer Michael Ellis

The Franklys: interview

It’s hard not to love The Franklys. As Anglo-Swedish all-woman garage-rock bands go, they’re the top – awesome, catchy songs, killer guitar riffs, heaps...

Moscow Circus: New download single

Moscow Circus  This Train Single  DL Arash Torabi reveals Moscow Circus' new single This Train For Louder Than War. Fronted by the talented songwriter/guitarist/singer, Jonathan Beckett, Nottingham based post-punk/psychedelic...

JOHN DWYER – Thee Oh Sees top 10 favourite albums and news of new Thee Oh Sees album!

The Oh Sees have been one of the most consistently and relentlessly exciting bands of the past couple of yeard with an endless stream of album that, somehow, never relent on the quality control





CHECK MASSES release debut single – edgy take on Massive Attack/Gorillaz listen here

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 – live review

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

Prince Harry chooses wrong Stone Roses track at final royal engagement

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 new album has controversial song referencing Manchester Ariana Grande gig bombing

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