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Listen to This! Gun Runners Release Final Two Tracks From Last Year’s Brothers EP

Bedfordshire-based four-piece Gun Runners release 'Bleed' and 'Mask' the final two tracks from last year's Brothers EP.

Keuning: Prismism – album review

Jared Musson reviews the debut solo album by Dave Keuning for Louder Than War.

The Jesus Bolt: Error & Industry EP / Hazel Winter: I’m Scared of the Pig on the City Farm: Book – Reviewed

EP review  and  Book Review The Jesus Bolt: Error and Industry EP   (Bandcamp) CD / DL Hazel Winter : I'm Scared of the Pig on the City Farm   ...

Rob Palladino: “Spirit Trail” by Eileen Shapiro

UK based artist Rob Palladino has just released his extraordinarily passionate, and phenomenal debut album entitled, "Spirit Trail."  The album examines the heart and...

Watch This! London Four Piece Northern Light Exposure Premiere Video for Haunting New Single Parting Shot

London-based post-punk revivalist Northern Light Exposure premiere atmospheric video for their haunting new single Parting Shot.

Smashing Lads: Smashing Lads – album review

Smashing Lads seek to make something meaningful from life's mundanity on their debut self-titled album. Dave Beer reviews.

Listen to This! Bristol’s My Octopus Mind Premiere Sprawling New Single Elska

Bristol-based experimentalists My Octopus Mind premiere their majestic and sprawling new single Elska.

Greg Gilbert (Delays): Love Makes a Mess of Dying – Poetry book & Art Exhibition

Greg Gilbert (Delays): Love Makes a Mess of Dying - Poetry book and Art Exhibition previewed. Greg Gilbert is singer/guitarist/frontman with Delays,  a band named after...

Louder Than War 50 new bands for 2019 list

2019 sees the continued fast forward of music - pop culture continues to fracture as we hurtle away from the Elvis big bang and into a new future. Embrace the changes! the past was holy but we don't need to hide in its undergrowth forever. in this list there will be future festival headliners and game changers, there will be cult artists and burnouts but as this moment in time we love them all and celebrate their diversity. There are bands growing up in the digital age that make a music that is fluid , morphing the genre to suit their needs and moving away from the decades old formulaes.

Various Artists: Hardkore Dokument #1 – compilation EP review – A snapshot of some of the best UK hardcore punk

EP Review Various Artists - Hardkore Dokument #1 (TNS/Kibou) 7 inch Pre-orders from 4th January Released 1st February Documenting UK hardcore at the close of 2018, this...

The Total Rejection : Bridget (Song For Billy Childish)

Single Review The Total Rejection : Bridget (Song For Billy Childish) (Raving Pop Blast) DL / Limited Edition 7 inch vinyl  Out now / Nearly Sold Out As...

American High: U.N. Article 14 – interview

Once again at first glance, the up-beat, feel-good music of US band American High puts a smile on your face as the long anticipated...





Lee “Scratch” Perry: Heavy Rain – album review

Lee "Scratch" Perry Heavy Rain On-U Sound CD/LP/DL Released December 6th Last May saw Lee "Scratch" Perry release his...

Mudhoney: Pedazo de Pastel – mini-album review

  MUDHONEY PEDAZO DE PASTEL FOLC Records LP / DL Out now!   Grunge godfathers drop a surprise mini-album release on...

Melanie Martinez: O2 Apollo, Manchester – live photo review

Melanie Martinez - The K-12 world tour O2 Apollo, Manchester 5th December 2019 Photographer Melanie Smith went...

IDLES: Manchester Academy – live review

IDLES Manchester Academy 4th December 2019 As a decade of political turmoil and despair staggers drunkenly towards...

Def Robot: Def: I Cult – album review

Wayne AF Carey is handed back the baton from Ged Babey and Neil Hodge to get his around album fuckin' six in as many months.