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Various Artists: West Meets East -Indian Music and its influence on the West – album review

  Various Artists - West Meets East él Records 3CD/DL Released 14 August 2020 Subtitled "Indian Music and its influence on the West" this 3CD set looks at the...

Lauren Moon: What Goes Round (Comes Round) – single review

Lauren Moon: What Goes Round (Comes Round) Available now on all streaming services Lauren Moon follows up her first country-infused single with a song which follows...

VHS Glitch: Sides – album review

Album Review VHS Glitch- Sides Out Now DL 8/10 ''Sometimes you gotta relax and disconnect like back in the days. Like a hard disk format session but only keeping...

Billy Nomates: Billy Nomates – album review

Billy Nomates – Billy Nomates (Invada Records) CD/ DL/ Vinyl Out August 7th 2020 9/10 Andy Brown dances his socks off in the kitchen listening to the debut...

Autogramm: Working Man – single review

  Autogramm: Working Man DL (available here) Out now Vancouver’s infectious power-pop trio Autogramm break down the boredom of isolation by recording Working Man, a classic rock song...

The Black Halos: Ain’t No Good Time To Say Goodbye – single review

The Black Halos: Ain’t No Good Time To Say Goodbye (Yeah Right Records) Vinyl/ DL (available here) Out Now Canada’s very own punk pioneers The Black Halos...

Willie J Healy: Twin Heavy – album review

Wayne AF Carey checks out Twin Heavy, one of the soundtracks to the summer.

The Corner Laughers: Temescal Telegraph – album review

The Corner Laughers Temescal Telegraph Big Stir Out now - D/DL The fifth album by those denizens of Red Wood City, California's The Corner Laughers. This record features...

Moth: Machine Nation – EP review

Moth Machine Nation Marthouse Records Out now (EP/DL)  8/10 Melbourne's self-described ''weirdo'' post-punks Moth release a new 7-inch album. It's unholily atonal, but the melodicism of the streets seeps...

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. 
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