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New Artist Of The Day: The Indigo Palms

New Artist Of The Day: The Indigo Palms

TVAM: Gas & Air Single Launch – The Castle Hotel, Manchester – live review

TVAM – Gas & Air/Cannibals Single Launch The Castle Hotel, Manchester 15th April 2016 Wigan based electro-punk outfit TVAM release second single Gas & Air with a...

New Artist of the Day – Meter Bridge

"evocative of Man Machine period Kraftwerk, had the German four piece chosen to invent glitchcore on their way to perfecting technopop".

New Band of the Day: Babe Punch

Babe Punch are the ace Riot Grrrl-channeling alt rock band playing some blistering live shows around Nottingham and Derby at the moment

Interview: Cabbage

We talk to Cabbage about the rise of the band and capture their rehearsal in an exclusive video for Louder Than War

New Artist Of the Day: Jason How

Jason How's sunbeam-dappled psych pop hits the spot.

New Artist Of The Day – Ohmns

Scouse psych punks Ohmns have been causing quite a stir of late. Louder Than War's Sean Diamond introduces you. Since mid 2014 Ohmns have been...

The Blinders: The King’s Arms, Salford – live review and interview

The Blinders The King's Arms, Salford 11 March 2016   The Blinders stormed The King's Arms in Salford on Friday night – Nigel Carr and David Gleave were...

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...

New Band of the Day: Steve Thompson and the Incidents

Steve Thomson and the Incidents have been a staple part of the music scene in Liverpool for quite some time, during which the band...

New Band of the Day: Replica Jesus

"a bone-crushing, soul-soaring petite mort of noise" - get your ears around Derby stoner punk band Replica Jesus

Tobias Ben Jacob And Lukas Drinkwater – interview

Tobias ben Jacob and Lukas Drinkwater Interview And EP review Burning Low (Self Released) Rating 9/10 I first came across Lukas Drinkwater through his work as the Bass...

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