Lucinda Williams has made the perfect protest album for our times. The only surprise is that her blend of blues, rock and country with incendiary lyrics took a 67-year-old woman to make the record we’ve all needed to hear. Tim Cooper listens and applauds.L
Alanas Chosnau, Mark Reeder ‘Children of Nature’ : album review ‘Beautiful, elegiac and compelling like New Order or Hurts ‘
Beautiful, elegiac and compelling like New Order of Hurts this already sound like a greatest hits album before it’s even released.
Monrhea is a mysterious figure. A woman from a one horse village in the middle of Kenya who creates these sparse and brilliant electronic soundscapes
The Hempolics Kiss, Cuddle & Torture Vol.2 Zee Zee Records 3 July 2020 DL/CD/LPx2 The Hempolics release their second album through self-released label Zee Zee Records. Rhys Delany reviews. The...
Last Friday (5 June) saw the release of a 4 track EP featuring the likes of bis and Mt Doubt. This is a taster...
Jason Williamsons’ Crackanory: Tony, Wrong John Silver, Southcrampton, Fuckin Nora, Mad Carol. "Communication is not only transmission; it is also reception and response" - Raymond...
London-based troubadour Nigel Thomas returns with new single Stepping Up.
Utah-based Sophie Blair drops her electronically-driven banger of a debut single in the form of Don't Be Like That.
Listen to a track from John Rossall (Glitter Band) new solo album that could be the best in his career. Full of the hallmark Glitter drums and great songs and a heavy sound.
Once again, producer IYES teams up with London-based LELE on upbeat anthem Change Your Mind.
The Scaners, those French gonzo-punks beloved here at Louder Than War, have just dropped...