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SYD.31: Start A War – EP Review

Board the Venga bus with the Anti-fascist Electro Punks

Bearded Theory: Catton Hall, Derbyshire – festival review

Bearded Theory festival started out as a “birthday party gone wrong.” Now in its 7th year, it has a new site for 2014. First timer Nyika Suttie went to see just why the festival won awards last year, and why it is so many people’s favourite.

Various Artists: Hyperdub 10.1 – album review

Simon Tucker revels in Hyperdub's exhilarating and ambitious celebration of bass and dubstep. Burial and DJ Rashad star.

Klaus Johann Grobe + Scarlett Arcade: The Exchange, Stoke on Trent – live review

Klaus Johann Grobe + Scarlett Arcade: The Exchange, Stoke on Trent - live review. Swiss drum'n'synth duo delight Glenn Airey deep in the Potteries.

TOBACCO: Ultima II Massage – album review

Warped synths, scuzz, ruptured bass - Tobacco succumbs to his pop urges with Ultima II Massage and kicks downs electro doors in the process.

The Horrors: Luminous – album review

Southend's Indie Shoegaze maestros The Horrors have a new album out. Sean Smith nods imperceptibly with approval.

Dreamcrusher: Incinerator – album review

Dreamcrusher's new album is terrifying, brutal, cryptic, and a lot of fun. Moods flow between serene beauty and extreme nastiness - a thrilling ride

Eyes & No Eyes: Eyes & No Eyes – album review

Young Brighton noiseniks Eyes & No Eyes arrive with a sparkling, dense debut album. Joe Whyte listens and approves.

These New Puritans: Barbican, London – live review

Southend on Sea's finest art rockers These New Puritans recreate their Field of Reeds album at the Barbican.

Neuropol: Warning – EP review

Bristolian rookie Neuropol infuses plenty of character to his lush beats & experiments with a wide range of tempos.

Evian Christ: Waterfall – ep review

The last two years have been a whirlwind of activity for Evian Christ, aka Joshua Leary. Simon Tucker listens to his new single.

Chicago Underground Duo: Locus – album review

Seven albums in jazz provocateurs Chicago Underground Duo are still hurtling towards the outer reaches. Louder Than War's Paul Margree dives in.

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