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The Bluetones: Nottingham – live review

The Bluetones 20th Anniversary Jukebox Tour rolls into Rock City in Nottingham, bringing humour and beauty to a set built around Britpop nostalgia

False Heads: Steal and Cheat – single review

Young East London upstarts False Heads return with a brand new single 'Steal and Cheat, their first for Gary Powell's 25 Hour Convenience Store. When...

Shed Seven / Inspiral Carpets: Nottingham – live review

Shed Seven bring their now traditional Christmas tour to Rock City for a festive sing-a-long and support from Inspiral Carpets

Madness: Madstock – album / dvd review

Madness: Madstock (Salvo Sound & Vision) CD+DVD Out Now 8/10 In 1992, six years after the band had originally split up, London's Madness reformed to play the biggest...

Menace Beach: Super Transportereum – album review

Menace Beach - Super Transportereum (Memphis Industries) EP | DL Available from Sept 25 8.5/10 Menace Beach are on a roll. Despite releasing their full-length album Ratworld a...

Orphan Boy: Coastal Tones – album review

Orphan Boy - Coastal Tones (Concrete Recordings) Out Not CD/DL 9.5/10 Cleethorpes-based indie oiks Orphan Boy make good on a five year promise by delivering what is arguably...

Ash: Kablammo! – album review

Downpatricks merry pop-punk pranksters Ash return with best album since Meltdown.

The Cathode Ray: Infinite Variety – album review

Louder Than War reviews 'Infinite Variety', the second album by arch pop-conceptualists The Cathode Ray.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds: Capital FM Arena, Nottingham – live review w/ full photo gallery

Noel's charisma and talent at writing a decent song or two makes him play arenas with unforgivale ease.

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.

The Charlatans: Modern Nature – album review

The twelfth album from The Charlatans is one of the band's best - a spun out affirmation, burning bright with brilliant melodies.

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