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Coven: Hebden Bridge Trades Club – live review

Louder than War's Paul Clarke sees folk feminist supergroup Coven pool their collective talents at a remarkable gig at Hebden Bridge Trades Club. He finds the loose collective of performers come together in a show of unity which is immensely powerful and hugely entertaining.

Six Organs Of Admittance: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

A spellbinding evening from one of the finest musicians around, this stripped back setting allows his powerful songs to shine through!

John Carroll: Aviation – album review

John Carroll: Aviation (Medic Independent Records) Available 22nd June 2017 7/10 Irish singer-songwriter now resident of China John Carroll releases his brand new album via hos own...

Alison Moyet: Other – album review

Other is an extraordinary album of adventurous and innovative tracks, showing pop legend Alison Moyet is still a creative force

Helen McCookerybook: The Sea – album review

Musician, artist and lecturer releases her new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews - cherish this album as it is a fine piece of work.

Ward Thomas: Sage Gateshead – live review

A sparkling set from one of the fastest up and coming acts around, Ward Thomas truly shine tonight with their exceptional tracks.

Vaarwell: Homebound 456 – album review

just perfect on so many levels as Portuguese alternative dream pop trio release their debut album which is a 'must listen'

Edinburgh Of The Seven Seas: L’Âtre et l’enfant – EP review

Florian Mallet has created a work of incredible texture and interest with latest EP from Edinburgh Of The Seven Seas

Nick Oliveri’s Death Acoustic: Camden Black Heart, London – live review

Nick Oliveri's Death Acoustic show rolled into Camden and Louder Than War's Paul Grace experienced the relentless tour de force.

Pele: Fireworks – album review

a timeless album, an album that forms part of the tapestry of British Indie music history

Band Of Horses: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

A stunning show for those who weren't consumed by the Friday 'cheer', as they prove why they're one of the finest bands around.

Tom Hyatt: Live At Spiritual – Album Review

Tom Hyatt might have punk rock lineage but has very much been treading his own path, honing his craft as a singer-songwriter. Sean Diamond gives his first album a play.

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