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Things we didn’t know a month ago: August 2019

August 2019 has ended and as the world continues to fill up with great music that we may have been unaware of only a...

Repo Man: I Can Live With It If You Can, Son – Album Review

Album Review Repo Man: I Can Live With It If You Can, Son  (Stolen Body Records) CD/DL/Vinyl Released 6 Sept 2019 Bristol art-punk noise / ranting poetry band...

Watch This! Post Punk Trio Berries Premiere Video for New Single Silent

London trio Berries premiere animated video for excellent and angular new single Silent.

Dantevilles: Salford, The Eagle Inn – live review

Dantevilles launched their new EP, Welcome To The Theatre, at The Eagle Inn, Salford with an evening of stellar music and a carnival atmosphere.

Shadowax: Nikolai Reptile – EP review

Louder Than War's Rhys Delany reviews a new 4-track EP by Russian producer Ishome, released under the new name Shadowax.

Listen to This! London’s Probably Oslo Premiere Upbeat and Effervescent New Single Hideaway

London-based four-piece Probably Oslo drop upbeat and effervescent debut single Hideaway. A fresh South London-based indie quartet, Probably Oslo have propelled themselves to amazing heights...

Micko & the Mellotronics : The Finger – Debut Single and Video Premiere

  Micko & the Mellotronics: The Finger - Debut Single and video premiere. To all intents and purposes Micko & The Mellotronics are a brand spanking...

JOHN – interview

Crystal Palace based two-piece JOHN release their new album, Out Here On The Fringes, on the 4th October. They've gained huge support from BBC...

ARGH KiD: Derelict Dreams – EP Review – stunning new Manc hip hop Movies For The Ears…

Dave Scott takes on the mantle as our new Manc hip hop street poet hero with a band to back him that fucks up any tag you can lump him with... Wayne AF Carey gets fucked up by the best sounds of the year going

Tenement and Temple: Self-titled – Album Review

Album Review Tenement and Temple -  Tenement and Temple  (Thrum) CD, LP, DL 9/10 Out now Album of the year contender from Glasgow's best kept secret says Joe Whyte falling...

Subvision- S/T – album review

Album Review Subvision - Subvision (Sub-G) DL/CD  Out now  8/10 Utterly uncompromising new album from Scottish hardcore crew.  Subvision have been in my orbit for what seems like a lot of...

New Artist of the Day: Wrexham-based The Cazales Talk Touring and EP Releases

Since forming in 2015 The Cazales have proven themselves to be an upbeat and vibrant indie pop quintet based in Wrexham, North Wales. Having just...

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WATCH THIS! The Murder Capital great new video for ‘More Is Less’ plus 2020 tour dates

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