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Conrad Schnitzler – Con + Frank Bretschneider – Con-Struct 

Conrad Schniztler’s 1978 release, Con is a stone-cold classic; now reissued by the head label Bureau B alongside Con-Struct - a new interpretation of his work by old DDR experimentalist, Frank Bretschneider.  

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets: Mr Prism – Single Review

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets Mr Prism Marathon Artists DL Out 4 August 2020 Louder Than War's favourite Aussie band Psychedelic Porn Crumpets come crashing back with their frenetic new...

John Cale joins Kelly Lee Owens for all-Welsh collaboration on new electro single

Veteran music legend John Cale channels the ghost of Velvets past as he joins young producer Kelly Lee Owens for a generation-spanning all-Welsh collaboration on the electro pioneer's new single, Corner Of My Sky. 

John Howard – To The Left Of The Moon’s Reflection – album review

  John Howard - To The Left Of The Moon's Reflection John Howard/Kid In A Big World (UK/Europe) Kool Kat Records (US) CD/DL Released 7 August 2020 John Howard new...

Terry Edwards: Very Terry Edwards/Stop Trying To Sell Me Back My Past – albums reviewed

Terry Edwards Very Terry Edwards / Stop Trying To Sell Me Back My Past Sartorial Records CD/vinyl/DL 60th birthday set of sprawling, career-spanning releases from ex-Higsons man.    There was...

Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons: Beast Album Review

Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons Beast (Hound Gawd! Records) LP/CD/DL Released: August 28th, 2020 8/10 Trash punk assault on the senses to unleash the beast The feline...

Max Richter offers Voices to a world in urgent need of some healing

Max Richter doesn’t do things by half – his epic Sleep is an eight-hour concept album based on human slumbering and his new album...

Billy NoMates : interview

The fast rising Billy No Mates is about to release here debut album. Her stripped down beats and rapid fire delivery that details the magic and mundanity of the very days sees her sound like a distant cousin to the Sleaford Mods but her own defiant twist. When the album drops she is going to be the talk of the town...John Robb caught up with her to find out who she is and why she sounds to urgently brilliant.

Waco: Good Days – Single Review

Waco Good Days Venn Records Out Now   Anyone remember a time before acoustic live streams or piano tinkling wafting through cyberspace? Waco do and with Good Days have...

Watch This!! Exclusive video premiere of Pill Fangs new single: Rock & Roll Is Non-Negotiable

Pill Fangs are set to release PF5, a new album of unreleased recordings from 2016-2019, following on from their critically acclaimed PF1 reviewed here...

Watch this! Tonight Matthew…? episode #10 ft Toyah Willcox

The newest and sunniest episode of Tonight Matthew...? is ELO's Mr Blue Sky, featuring 80s punk princess Toyah Willcox, alongside usual suspects James Atkin...

The Velvet Hands: When This Is Over — Single and Video to #SaveOurVenues

The Velvet Hands have just released a music video for their new single "When This Is Over," a track in support of the Music...
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