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Ammar 808: Maghreb United – album review

If you are not up, looping, whirling and stomping by track 4, then you need to make a call.

A Flock Of Seagulls: Ascension – album review

for a little while, we were falling in love

Geniuser: I Am – album review

I Am is not a great album, it is truly a masterpiece, one of those albums that you never tire of hearing, a breath of fresh air, a genuine inspiration.

Listen to this! Vacances announce new EP.

It’s a short, simple, foot-tapping single definitely worth more than one listen

Afghan Sand Gang – Machine Music – EP review

Afghan Sand Gang - Machine Music - stunning debut EP from this Mossley three-piece, Nigel Carr reviews for Louder Than War.

Benjamin Mason: Oi! Rapscallion! – album review

An album of intrigue and excitement and pure Benjamin Mason magic, Oi! Rapscallion! is a rough diamond on a beach of dirty pebbles.

John Foxx: Metamatic Deluxe Edition – album review

Metamatic is a must for all electro connoisseurs

Near Future: Ideal Home – album review

Near Future have brought us a shining example of what we can attain if we wish to dedicate our lives to the machine of life.

Yonatan Gat: Universalists – Album Review

Album Review: Yonatan Gat - Universalis by Mikey Bailey for Louder Than War.

KiDD: You And I – album review

Stuart Kidd should be elevated to a much wider audience or, maybe we should keep him to ourselves as our little secret.

Sheer Zed: Do Not Submit To The Control Claw – album review

Call this a concept album, call it experimentalism, call it whatever you will. One thing that it will certainly be called is outstanding.

Mark Pritchard: Glasspops – video

'The Four Worlds' is the latest project by producer Mark Pritchard. The mini-album is a fully realised work that sees Pritchard step away from the more dance floor orientated work he has been known for and delve deeper into the esoteric with spoken word passages and a more ritual folk feel to many of the tracks, an electronic trip into the UK's past. It stands as one of Pritchard's finest releases to date.

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