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The Bug: Angels & Devils – album review

The Bug - Angels & Devils (Ninja Tunes) 2LP / CD / DL 25th August 2014 8/10 The Bug returns with his long-awaited new release Angels and Devils....

Goldie: Masterpiece – album review

Ministry of Sound continue their Masterpiece series, thistime with drum and bass royalty, Goldie.

Technimatic: Like A Memory – single review

Technimatic - Like A Memory (Shogun Audio) Released on DL Out Now 8/10 Drum and bass artists Technimatic drop new release on the ever reliable Shogun Audio label. Favio...

Final, Council Estate Electronics, Khost & Robert Curgenven : Birmingham – live review

Their sound is edgy and uncomfortable. The noise grows and builds gradually. Its bass led with masses of static and psychedelic swooshes just add to the disquiet. The percussion, when it comes is relentless. It feels like you are lost in a tower block. You can hear the party further up through the concrete as it echoes muffled down the stairwells and along the balconies but you have no way of getting there. It’s music for the lost.

Jungle: Jungle – album review

Simon Tucker reviews the debut album by Jungle to see if merits the tag "the year’s most anticipated debut record."

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.

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.

Roll The Dice: Until Silence – album review

Stockholm duo Roll The Dice's 's fourth album is immense and monolithic, says Louder Than War's Paul Margree.

Blissfields 2014: Festival Review

The glorious Blissfields Festival brought its own sunshine from the 3rd of July to the 6th with a menagerie of musicians and an ever growing array of acts. LTW's Halima Amin was there for to review.

Signor Benedick the Moor: El Negro – album review

Signor Benedick the Moor - El Negro (Deathbomb Arc) DL / CD Out Now 9/10 Virtuoso rapper and multi-instrumentalist, Signor Benedick The Moor, whose video we premiered...

True Neutral Crew: #POPPUNK – album review

LA pop-punkers True Neutral Crew find the perfect balance on their most recent offering #POPPUNK. Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews.

clipping.: CLPPNG – album review

clipping.'s followup to the album that featured in our top 10 albums of the year and got them signed to sub pop.

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