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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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