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The Vryll Society: The Albert Hall, Manchester – interview and live review

The Vryll Society The Albert Hall, Manchester 27th February 2016 Interview with Mike Ellis and gig review The Vryll Society is a young progressive rock band from Liverpool. Their...

The Roz Bruce Infusion: Goodbye to Love – album review

The Roz Bruce Infusion: Goodbye to Love (PLEDGE) CD | DL Available to pre-order 7/10 Louder Than War's Sophie Sparham reviews The Roz Bruce Infusion's latest album.  The Roz...

Purson: Interview with Rosalie Cunningham

Purson are a young psychedelic/progressive rock band from Southend – Nigel Carr interviewed the band's leader Rosalie Cunningham at their recent gig in Bolton...

Purson: The Railway Venue, Bolton – live review

Purson The Railway Venue, Bolton 22 January 2016 Purson played The Railway Venue Bolton on Friday, Louder Than War's Nigel Carr (words) and Melanie Smith (photographs), were...

Interview: Matt Burr, The Black Delta Movement

  Interview: Matt Burr, The Black Delta Movement 2015 has been an extremely interesting year for Hull band The Black Delta Movement. Having fully participated in...
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Dub Sex: IKON rare video footage – Interview with Mark Hoyle

Wayne AF Carey speaks to Dub Sex front man Mark Hoyle about The Underground videos at Strawberry Studios and the great compilation album.

Louder Than Words festival announce details of online version of this November’s music and books fest

Louder Than Words Fest has been described as 'The UK's biggest music based literature festival'. Our 2020 on-line festival weekend brings together authors, artists, poets, performers, lyricists, journalists, DJs, bloggers, publishers, fans and aficionados of music and popular culture for in conversations, panel dscussions, meets and greets, workshops and more!

Great mural of the late Denise Johnson commemorating her debut album painted in Hulme Manchester

French-born Graffiti Artist, Akse has painted a tribute to Denise Johnson in Hulme, Manchester just before the release of her posthumous album 'Where Does It Go' this Friday 2 October.

The Strangerz: Straight Gay Brother – single review and video premiere

single review and video premiere The Strangerz: Straight Gay Brother DL only  released 30 September 2020 Straight...

Hot Chip : Late Night Tales – album review

HOT CHIP LATE NIGHT TALES NIGHT TIME STORIES  CD/VINYL/DOWNLOAD October 2nd 2020 Buy this album here Keith Goldhanger reviews a...