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Matthew Collings: Silence Is A Rhythm Too – album review

Matthew Collings Silence Is a Rhythm Too (Denovali Records) LP/CD/DL Available now The latest album from the Edinburgh-based musician and composer offers up a series of compelling soundscapes...

DAMA/LIBRA: Claw – album review

DAMA/LIBRA's Claw is dark yet ultimately life affirming says Louder Than War's Paul Margree.

Transmission 13: Time Will Pass You By – album review

it appears that Transmission 13 is in safe hands

Brian Reitzell: Watch_Dogs (Original Game Soundtrack) – album review

Not one for video games, Louder Than War's Simon Tucker uses the Watch_Dogs soundtrack to explore his own version of Chicago. Essential listening.

Dressmaker: Glass EP – ep review

Hackney's Dressmaker release their debut EP entitled Glass. Louder Than War's Lisa Sookraj reviews.

HSY: Cyber Bully – 7” review

This 7” of noise and grimy distortion delivers two opposite poles of tension, the first fast and ferocious, the other skulking along. LTW's Lisa Sookraj reviews the new single from HSY.

Tusk Mini Festival: Star and Shadow, Newcastle – live review

If it's noise and weirdness you want, Tusk Mini is just the ticket. Louder Than War's Paul Margree headed up to Newcastle to get a lungful.

Tom James Parmiter: Imperfect Symmetry – album review

It’s an interesting album and one of great quality

Colossloth: Anchored by Lungs – EP review

Three tracks that bleed into your head and infuse into you. Colossloth has created a palate of sound to paint with, just don’t expect any pretty landscapes. An excellent EP that just builds on the live experience that Colossloth creates.

Dearly Beloved: Enduro – album review

Toronto's Dearly Beloved get desert rock in their stoner hearts. Joe Whyte reviews.

White Reaper: White Reaper – album review

Young Louisville punks White Reaper release their red-hot, scorching debut mini album / EP. Joe Whyte reviews.

Boris: Noise – album review

Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews the new album from one of London's most prolific recording bands, Boris.

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