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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.

Darren Hayman: Chants for Socialists – album review

Darren Hayman: Chants for Socialists (wiaiwya) CD / LP / DL Available now Darren Hayman transforms these nineteenth-century political poems into a soothing balm for our troubled...

Luke Haines: Islington Assembly Hall – live review

Luke Haines plays his recently released "Adventures in Dementia" micro opera with large chunks from his Psychedelic Trilogy and a few Auteurs tracks for good measure. Louder Than War's Craig Chaligne reviews.

From Kid: You Can Have All The Wonders – album review

Swiss electronic duo From Kid release their debut album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews.

The Callstore: Save No One – album review

Save No One is an interesting album and certainly a grower

Jay Stansfield: Birth And Death – album review

Life And Death is, as the titles suggests an excursion through many styles and conundrums, and one which is well worth taking a peak at.

The Daintees: Haunted Highway – album review

The Daintees’ best album yet? Probably.

My Drunken Haze: My Drunken Haze – album review

My Drunken Haze have succeeded in making a very accomplished debut

Ian Skelly | Purple Heart Parade: The Night and Day Cafe, Manchester – live review

Ian Skelly | Purple Heart Parade The Night and Day Cafe, Manchester 27th November 2014 The recent subject of an unsuccessful abatement notice, Manchester's iconic Night &...

Snowpoet: Butterfly – EP review

A timely reminder that there are constantly artists out there striving to be original and unique.

Gravenhurst: Flashlight Seasons/Black Holes In The Sand/Offerings: Lost Songs 2000-2004 – album review

Make no mistake, the twenty-six tracks within the release are of indubitable quality

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