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In conversation with Holly from the Lovely Eggs;

In conversation with Holly from the Lovely Eggs; As they head out on their UK tour we caught up with Holly from The Lovely Eggs;...

Working Class Heroes: Tommy Overington from The Rising Interviewed

Working Class Heroes - Tommy Overington from The Rising Interviewed The Rising release their second album on Nov 9th 2018. It’s taken  four years and...

Olga Perry: “A Utopia of Fantasy in the World of Art” – interview

Surrealist, fantasy artist Olga Perry has opened up an electrifying, orgasmic world of self-creation in the world of art. A powerfully imaginative painter, realistic...

Steve Harrison – Here Are The Young Men – Louder Than War Interview

Steve Harrison was at the very heart of the Madchester scene, with managing one of the rising bands of the era, The Charlatans, who have gone on to achieve worldwide success, Steve has seen it all

Jetstream Pony – interview

Arash Torabi interviews melody-driven punk-pop indie outfit Jetstream Pony.

Palaye Royale: Interview with punk, rock n roll band

Palaye Royale | Interview Manchester 03.10.2018 Palaye Royale never fails to nail each performance of their visceral punk rock n roll. Delivered through dirty guitar’s, feisty shows...

The Coral live review Birmingham 02 Institute 05.10.18

After unleashing one of the best albums of the year, Moving Through The Dawn, The Coral have headed out on the road to support their album and to play some of their crowd favourites. Matt Mead caught the band live and direct on the floorboards at Birmingham’s 02 Institute and also got a quick chat with the lads for Louder Than War.

The Library Music Film and album review plus interview with curator

The Library Music Film and album review plus interview with curator. Matt Mead interviews Shawn Lee exclusively for Louder Than War.

Listen to this! Koto Kill: War Zone Premiere

And now for something completely different: the official premiere of 'War Zone', a hard-hitting electro-rock symphony by Koto Kill, aka London producer Gabriel Ralls (formerly of Plastique),...

Paris Angels – Perfume – Louder Than War exclusive article

Paris Angles were a band from Manchester that rose to success in amongst the Madchester scene, releasing some of the best music of the period

Darwin Deez – interview

Darwin Deez, the North Carolina-born New York indie-alternative-hipster resident interviewed by Henry Baroche for Louder Than War!

The Nightingales: Perish The Thought – Album Review

The Nightingales -Perish the Thought  (Tiny Global Productions) CD/ LP / DL Released 5 October 2018 (but available at gigs) 9/10 Ninth album follows up collaboration with Vic...
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I Am You, You Are Me. Greentea Peng’s ‘Hu Man’ (Single Review)

Greentea Peng, formerly known as Aria released her new bond-ified track, Hu Man on 4th August.

All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Memoir by Kathy Valentine — book review

All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ’n’ Roll Memoir by Kathy Valentine University of Texas...

Chuck Prophet: The Land That Time Forgot – album review

Chuck Prophet – The Land That Time Forgot   Yep Roc Records All formats Out on 21...

Various Artists: West Meets East -Indian Music and its influence on the West – album review

  Various Artists - West Meets East él Records 3CD/DL Released 14 August 2020 Subtitled "Indian Music and its...

LISTEN ! To the top 20 tracks on the Afrobeats chart

Africa is changing fast. Finally shaking off the shackles of colonialism, the continent is now creating its own narrative