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Laundromat: Slow Clap – Single Review

Brighton based Laundromat release their second track in advance of their debut EP.

Lester Square & Craig Gannon: Cuts EP Review

Lester Square & Craig Gannon Cuts EP (Self-released) DL/Streaming Released: April 1st, 2020 7/10 Square and Gannon bring you something for the weekend. It would be hard to...

The Spitfires: (Just Won’t) Keep Me Down – Single Review

The aptly named Watford based outfit The Spitfires return with a new spiky tune.

Tim Burgess: The Mall – Single Review

Previewing his forthcoming album, Tim Burgess continues his growing solo catalogue of pop craft with a compelling new single. Dave Beer reviews it for Louder Than War.

Video Premiere: Carol Hodge: Stop Worrying Baby

Video Premiere: Carol Hodge: Stop Worrying Baby Carol Hodge releases new single and music video featuring actor Dominic Brunt. When LTW reviewed her Hold On To...

Alternative hip-hop act Ceiling Demons, announce new single

North Yorkshire's alternative hip hop group Ceiling Demons return with a fierce injection of energy, hope and raw truths in their latest single

Various – All Aboard The C.N. Express – album review

  Various - All Aboard The C.N. Express Doctor Bird CD/DL Released 10 April 2020 New compilation subtitled "Rock Steady And Boss Reggae Sounds 1967-1968" that features Clancy Eccles'...

Rebel Rousers (The Best Of Rebels- Volume One) – album review

Album Review Rebel Rousers (The Best Of Rebels - Volume One)   Various Artists  (Raving Pop Blast! Recordings) Transparent Lime Green Vinyl LP / Digital / CD Released...

Bomb Sniffing Dogs ’Dreamscaping collective Bomb Sniffing Dogs offer a route of virus escape with The Icke Age

Musically, Liam Power (The Coral), and Eleni Poulou (The Fall), melancholy Casio drumbeats and 32bit synth lines to soundtrack wet afternoons indoors. Lyrically, Nick Power (By the Sea) and Austin Collings (author and narrator in chief), uncover the lie of the land. Triumphant mistrust, algorithmic rabbit holes, and the jail door slam of gritted teeth;

DJ Shadow: Our Pathetic Age – Album Review

The hiphop innovator DJ Shadow returns with a new double album of eclectic sounds, styles and collaborations. What can we make of this new heavyweight slab of vinyl? 

40 years ago R.E.M. played their first ever gig : our man was there and here is his review

In the early hours of the evening, several hundred people gathered around a collapsing episcopal church, only a short walk away from the university's main entrance.

Karl Pilkington reveals the songs he likes! Part One

Wayne Carey gets access to some comedy gold by one of Manchester's funniest spokesmen!

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