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Buzzcocks: Royal Albert Hall, London – live review

Buzzcocks + Skids + Penetration and Guests Royal Albert Hall, London June 21st 2019 Phil Ross and Louder Than War photographer Svenja Block mull the Buzzcocks journey...

Pixies ‘Surfer Rosa’ reappraised

What does classic game changing Pixies album sound like to the current teenage generation? Our brilliant 15 year old writer analyses from her generational angle

Stray Cats: Manchester Apollo – live review

Stray Cats Manchester Apollo June 25th 2019 Ian Corbridge reports back on the iconic rock n' roll trio the Stray Cats, featuring original members Brian Setzer, Lee...

Evan Carson: Ocipinski – album review

Ocipinski, Evan Carson's progressive folk drama, is a work of impressive quality.

Pink: Anfield Stadium, Liverpool – live review

P!nk – Beautiful Trauma World Tour 2019 Anfield Stadium, Liverpool June 25th 2019 American pop superstar Alecia Beth Moore AKA P!nk brought her Beautiful Trauma World Tour...

Watch This! Dundee’s Emerald Sunday Release Emotive New Single What Becomes of You

Dundee sextet Emerald Sunday release video for their emotive new single What Becomes of You. There's something in the Scottish water. There must be. That's...

Various Artists – 1977 – The Year Punk Broke – Album Review

Various Artists - 1977 - The Year Punk Broke Cherry Red 3CD/DL Released 28th June 2019 Boxset documenting the urgent drive of UK's underground sounds of 1977, with...

Tom Rafferty, Bikini Bottoms, The Kidney Flowers, The English Language- albums round-up.

Tom Rafferty, Bikini Bottoms, The Kidney Flowers, The English Language- albums round-up. Three from Scotland and one from Portland, Oregon, succinctly reviewed by Joe Whyte. Space is...

Watch This! The Pagans S.O.H. release new video and single!

The Pagans S.O.H. are back with a bang!

iamthemorning: Ghost Of A Story – new single

Check out the new single from iamthemorning - Ghost Of A Story - from their upcoming album on Kscope, The Bell.

New Artist of the Day: The Bloody Beetroots Talk EPs, Festivals and Re-releases

LA-based electronic artist The Bloody Beetroots catches up with Louder Than War ahead of his forthcoming tour.

Fever 333: Electric Ballroom, London – live review

Fever 333 Electric Ballroom, London 18th June 2019 Fever 333 bring their urgent call for community, charity and change to London's Electric Ballroom and deliver an explosive...





Drab Majesty : Manchester : Live Review

Drab Majesty have been building a big reputation with their literate and enigmatic darkwave at our reviewer Liam M discovers...

Climate Strike : what can Music do to clean up its act?

What can a poor boy (girl) do in these chaotic and filthy times but be a street cleaning, non plastic, pretty sober, eco conscious man...’

After London Announce New Single ‘You Know What I Mean’ – LTW Premier

Big, gritty, alternative rock compared to the likes of Dream Wife and Wolf Alice,...

Larry Wallis RIP an obituary of a rock n roll legend

his death represents a further conclusion of the spirit of rebellion, musical anarchy and socially conscious satire that blossomed in the hippy era and crystallised in punk a decade later.

GUO Announce New Audiovisual Performance In Collaboration With Brady Corbet

To coincide with the release of GUO4 (out today via Mute) GUO (Daniel Blumberg...