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Joe Gideon: Manchester Gullivers – live review

These are songs full of ideas and dynamics, the razor-sharp guitar sound slips and slides through perfect chord changes as Joe delivers his dense and deep lyrics over the top. His Lou Reed drawl is wrapped around his words that are deeply personal but not without a sense of humour.

LISTEN! Filed Fangs debut single : ‘a slice of 1987 style post hardcore with a dirty disco post punk groove’

Grinding post-punk with dirty disco backdrop. Memories of long winters in the late eighties listening to Big Black records but with a 21st-century technology. There is a hint of dub and electronica that gives it a modern sheen and its a captivating stomp.

Exclusive Video Premiere – The Fire – Kirsty Almeida

Produced by Rich Williams, the intimate music video accompanying Kirsty Almeida's track 'The Fire', taken from her sixth studio album Moonbird, is debuted on Louder Than War.

Watch this! Alex Henry Foster – Summertime Departures

Canadian songwriter/producer/author, Alex Henry Foster, releases new video for single Summertime Departures and announced as tour support on the upcoming ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead tour.

Aalborg, Northern Winter Beat 2020 – live review

Northern Winter Beat Aalborg - 2020 - Live Review. With highlights: Ryley Walker, Jozef Van Wissem, Maarja Nuut Mochat Dolma and Efterklang.

San Pedro Collective: Where Do I Begin – new single

Wayne Carey checks out the latest release from super collective San Pedro. A flash back to the house electro years brought to a new audience and full live band to boot.

Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview

Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview by Paul Clarke In a long and varied career as a musician and radio...

Damo Suzuki: YES, Manchester – live review

Damo Suzuki | Threads | Basic Switches YES, Manchester 13th February 2020 Damo Suzuki, is back in Manchester, bringing together local musicians to create a unique performance...

Angel Olsen: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

Angel Olsen O2 Ritz, Manchester 13th February 20202 Cazz Blase and Melanie Smith watch a terrifically on form Angel Olsen weave a spell around the 02...

Noah Cyrus: O2 Academy Islington, London – live review

Noah Cyrus O2 Academy Islington, London 11 February 2020 In her first-ever UK performance, Nashville-born Noah Cyrus makes her way over the pond to play a single...

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes: Manchester Academy – live review

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes | Ho99o9 Manchester Academy 12th February 2020 Soaring high after last year’s top 5 success for their “End Of Suffering” album,...

Elvis Costello & The Attractions ‘Get Happy’ Turns 40. An Appreciation

On 15th February, Get Happy by Elvis Costello & The Attractions celebrates its 40th birthday.  Gordon Rutherford tells Louder Than War why it is...

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