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Ward Thomas & Striking Matches: Summertyne Festival – live review

A brilliant line up that saw the clashing styles of Ward Thomas and Striking Matches both shine on epic evening of great music.

Tom Lockett: Feeling Bad – single review

Tom Lockett, Feeling Bad, single review, Magic Cactus Records, blues, folk, psych. Glenn Airey. Louder Than War.

Father John Misty: Sage Gateshead – live review

A spellbinding performance by one of the planets finest, Father John Misty proves he is a true superstar in the making.

Giant Sand: Sage, Gateshead – live review

The coming together of two of musics finest, results in one of the finest evenings of music we could of hoped for.

Leland Sundries: Music For Outcasts – album review

Leland Sundries Music For Outcasts (L’Echiquier Records) DL/CD Available now rating 8/10     New Music is always so much more interesting when you are aware of the story that lays...

Horsebeach: Night and Day Café, Manchester – live review

Horsebeach Night and Day Cafe – Manchester 27th January 2015 Horsebeach lead by Ryan Kennedy played The Night and Day Café in Manchester on Wednesday January 27th...

Jeb Loy Nichols: Long Time Traveller – album review

add yet another dimension to this very talented artist.

Imaginary People: Dead Letterbox – album review

Imaginary People: Dead Letterbox (Five Five Diamonds) LP | CD | DL  Out Now 7/10 A mix of genres that sees Imaginary People branch out away from their...

Jo Rose: Gullivers, Manchester – interview and live review

Jo Rose Gullivers, Manchester 15th November 2015 Jo Rose played a one off gig at Gullivers, Manchester – his first with a full band. Louder Than War's Nigel...

The Migrant: Flood – album review

The Migrant: Flood (Rockpie) LP/CD/DL Available 11/12/2015 7/10 Released via new Cardiff imprint, Rockpie, The Flood is Denmark's The Migrant's third album. Simon Tucker reviews. It's not hard to...

High & Lonesome: Leeds – festival review

High & Lonesome Festival Brudenell Social Club & Left Bank Church, Leeds 14th November 2015 With a line up bursting at the seams with talent, High &...

Stevie Simpson: Some Days Are Diamonds – album review

Working as STEViE 'One Bloke One Mandolin', Simpson is a stalwart of the grassroots festival scene. Alan Ewart checks out Simpsons fifth studio album.

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