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The Ethiopians – Engine 54 – Album Review

The Ethiopians - Engine 54 Doctor Bird CD/DL Released 17th May 2019 Enhanced reissue of the Ethiopians' rare 1968 debut album, presented here with 17 bonus tracks dating...

Johnny Moped: Lurrigate Your Mind – album review

JOHNNY MOPED LURRIGATE YOUR MIND Damaged Goods LP / CD / DL Out 24th May 2019 After a full 38 years between their debut album and their 2016 comeback,...

The Home Current: Civilian Leather – album review

The Home Current: Civilian Leather Castles In Space LP/DL Available now! Martin Jensen releases his brand new album under the Home Current moniker via the Castles In Space...

A.A. Bondy: Enderness – album review

With its melancholic mood, magnificent music and lyrics filled with existential dread, A.A. Bondy's Enderness is nothing less than the soundtrack to our lives, says Tim Cooper.

Clinic: Wheeltappers and Shunters – album review

CLINIC WHEELTAPPERS AND SHUNTERS Domino  LP / CD / DL Out now Liverpool's favourite surgeons return with their eighth album, cutting back on the freer jams of their last album, and...

Lupers: 11324 – EP review

LUPERS 11324 Family Spree Recordings 7" / DL Out now! Spanish punk sextet reunite and return with a new EP on Family Spree Recordings and, after two years with...

Amon Amarth: Berserker – album review

Melodic Death Metallers, Amon Amarth are in crushing form on new album Berserker - out on Nuclear Blast Records.

Primal Scream: Maximum Rock ‘N’ Roll, The Singles Volumes 1 and 2 – album review and interview

Primal Scream: Maximum Rock 'N' Roll - the Singles Volume 1 & 2 (CMG) 2X Double vinyl & CD Released May 24th 2019 Career-spanning set and near-as-dammit...

Headsticks: Kept In The Dark – Album Review

Wayne Carey reviews the third album by North Staffordshire's hardest working band!

The Askew Sisters: Enclosure – album review

In the highly competitive field of musical duos, Hazel and Emily Askew are a folk force to be reckoned with.

The Wildhearts: Renaissance Men – album review

It’s been ten years in the making, the North East’s most self-destructive band are finally back with a new record. The Wildhearts were part of many of our formative years, we all wanted to be in the Wildhearts, the music was great, but it was their rock and roll attitude that engrained them into our collective psyche.

Brad Marino: Extra Credit – album review

BRAD MARINO EXTRA CREDIT Rum Bar Records LP / CD / DL Out now! Brad Marino, half of the songwriting partnership of New Hampshire's powerpop princes The Connection, releases his...





Flight Brigade: Chased By Wolves – album review

Seven-piece Flight Brigade deliver their second album that combines some of the familiar with a glossier eighties vibe.

Sound City Ipswich 2019 – preview

Sound City Ipswich takes place on Friday 4 October. Keith Goldhanger will be attending. Hosting...

LIFE : A Picture of Good Health – album review

LIFE - A Picture of Good Health (Afghan Moon/PIAS) Out 20th September CD/LP/DL/Streaming A Picture of Good...

Win tickets and more for London Tattoo Convention

To celebrate the 15th anniversary addition of the UK’s biggest and best-loved The London Tattoo Convention, London’s Tobacco Dock on 27th-28th-29th September 2019 is giving one of Louder Than Wars readers as change to winner a Golden Ticket for the event – worth £300.

Jason and the Scorchers |Kentucky Headhunters |Dan Baird and Homemade Sin: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

Jason & The Scorchers | The Kentucky Headhunters |Dan Baird & Homemade Sin O2 Ritz,...