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Seth Lakeman – A Pilgrim’s Tale: album review

Seth Lakeman A Pilgrim's Tale BMG Released February 7 2020 on all formats. Paul Clarke fought the punk wars to banish concept albums but finds himself rather liking...

Sam Lee – Old Wow: album review

Sam Lee Old Wow Cooking Vinyl Released 31st January 2020 on all formats.   Folkie Sam Lee recruits Bernard Butler to produce his third album and Elizabeth Fraser adds...

The Cold Spells: Interstitial – album review

The Cold Spells: Interstitial Gare Du Nord LP/CD/DL Released 11 October 2019 Dark and atmospheric folktronic second album from The Cold Spells, geniuses in the art of matching serenity...

Underneath the Stars Festival 2019: live review -part two

Gareth Allen concludes a very comprehensive review of the Underneath The Stars Festival, with Kate Rusby at the heart of the weekend.

Howie Reeve: Cracks – album review

Howie Reeve: Cracks Red Wig / Moncul / Bar Marfil LP/DL Available 13th May Alt-troubadour Howie Reeve returns with thirteen songs of human emotions and natures whims...

Faith Eliott: Impossible Bodies – album review

Impossible Bodies is as strong a debut album as you could wish to hear. It is the sound of an artist with a most wonderful gift for storytelling and for songcraft

5 Hills Out: ‘The Snug Sessions’ – single review

Derbyshire Folk-Punk band 5 Hills Out have just released their double single ‘The Snug Sessions’, marking their first release on their own label Culvert...

Late Night Tales: Floating Points – album review

Late Night Tales: Floating Points Late Night Tales LP / CD / DL 29/03/2019 For the latest in the Late Night Tales mix series, Sam Shepherd aka Floating...

Oblong: The Sea At Night – album review

It’s all well-constructed and well thought out stuff, melodic and fascinating from start to finish.

Fiat Lux: Saved Symmetry – album review

Saved Symmetry is an affectionate reminder on one of many lost groups from the 80s. Synth pop duo release first new album in thirty-five years. Fiat Lux: Saved Symmetry - album review by Paul Scott-Bates for Louder Than War.

Serious Sam Barrett: Where The White Roses Grow – album review

Serious Sam Barrett new album release: Where The White Roses Grow. Bryony Hegarty reviews for Louder Than War.

Clint Mansell : Happy New Year, Colin Burstead – soundtrack review

Clint Mansell : Happy New Year, Colin Burstead OST Invada Records / Lakeshore Records LP / / CD/ DL Available now. Before it airs on BBC Two tonight...

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