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Funke And The Two Tone Baby: Balance – album review and interview

Louder Than War's' Alan Ewart catches up with Funke And The Two Tone Baby to discuss creativity, motivation, life on the road and his forthcoming album "Balance," an album that Alan thinks is as close to perfection as it is possible to get.

Kath Bloom: Pass Through Here – album review

Heroine to some of the most acclaimed songwriters in the world yet relatively unknown, we review the new album from enigma Kath Bloom.

Status Quo | Terry And Gerry: Sheffield City Hall – live and picture review

Sheffield takes a break from the snooker to welcome the legendary (and of course mighty) rockers Status Quo with skiffle aces Terry and Gerry in support.

Tandem Felix: Comma – ep review

Tandem Felix have been making waves for a couple of years. With Comma a five track EP to be released via Trout Records, those waves are set to get bigger.

Thousand: Thousand – album review

Josh T. Pearson- approved young French artist with startlingly good new album, Joe Whyte reviews the new album by Thousand.

Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat: The Most Important Place In The World – album review

Wells & Moffat take us deep into the city’s sordid underbelly. Louder Than War’s Paul Margree gets the Alka-Seltzer ready.

Martin Callingham: Tonight, We All Run Free – album review

It’s warm and comforting and makes you want to stay in its clutches for quite some time.

Chris Helme: Derby – live review

With a new album on the horizon former Seahorses-frontman Chris Helme mixes the old and new in an emotionally-charged acoustic set.

Gaunt Story: Nothing Holds You Like A Song – album review

Gaunt Story is a poet, and that’s a rare thing in today’s schizophrenic world of music

Katzenjammer: Rockland – album review

“We never follow the rules, we’ve always done what we feel like and gone with our hearts” -the new Katzenjammer reviewed by Mike Ainscoe

C Joynes and Dead Rat Orchestra: The Dentist, London – live review

C Joynes and Dead Rat Orchestra The Dentist, London 14 March, 2015 Ace free folk trio the Dead Rat Orchestra’s latest excursion is a typically boundary-pushing collaboration...

Frank Turner: Night & Day Cafe, Manchester – live review

Ian Critchley reports back from an emotional Frank Turner show in Manchester during Independent Venue Week.

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