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The Lotts: We Are The Lotts – EP review

Wayne AF Carey stumbles across exciting new Warrington band The Lotts. No thrills garage rock at it's best.

David Ramirez: My Love Is A Hurricane – album review

  David Ramirez: My Love Is A Hurricane  Thirty Tigers All formats Out now David Ramirez expands his musical palate on his fifth album taking a melodic and...

Max Richter: Voices – album review

Max Richter – Voices             Deutsche Grammophon All formats Out July 31 2020   Max Richter uses the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and real voices from across the...

Prince Fatty ft. Shniece McMenamin and Horseman: The Model Remix- Single Review

Prince Fatty ft. Shniece Mcmenamin and Horseman: The Model Remix- Single Review Available Now DL/LP 8/10 Prince Fatty manages to hybridize Soundsystem culture with psychoanalysis on his take...

Ashley Sherlock: Been Here Before – Single Review

Manchester Ashley Sherlock releases new single Been Here Before. A big chunk of '70's inspired pomp meets West Coast rock. Nigel slips his hip-hugging...

New music! Billy Nomates makes brilliant stripped down music with biting poetic skree

Immerse yourself in the power of her driving stripped down beats driven music. Lovers of Sleaford Mods will get this instantly. Everyone else should get in there now

TTRRUUCES: TTRRUUCES – album review

TTRRUUCES TTRRUUCES CD/Vinyl/DL Available now Buy the album here A magical album that takes you on a trip. TTRRUUCES unleash their debut and it's the weirdest, most original thing...

Reaction: the La Chunky Sessions Volume 1- EP review

EP Review Reaction - the LA Chunky Sessions -Tarbeach Recordings  CD / DL  Out now When John Robb reviewed Reactions Keep It Weird, Keep It Wired album he...

Gary John Taylor: Stories – Album Review

Gary John Taylor releases his long-awaited solo debut Stories, recorded during this extended period of lockdown. Nigel Carr reviews the album for Louder Than War.

Snowgoose: The Making of You – album review

The Making of You is perfect-listening for these strange times, calming and contemplative in equal measure. We can only hope we don't have to wait another 8 years for this dazzling group's next album.

New Artist Of The Day: The Klittens

Dutch five piece The Klittens have just released their debut EP, Pigeonhole, on cassette.

The Mission re-record Tower Of Strength in mega-goth collaboration – news

The Mission have re-recorded their 1988 classic Tower of Strength, along with a cast of legendary musicians.
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