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Forever Cult: Antonio Banderas – listen to brand new track by Leeds based grunge band

Leeds-based proprietors of scuzz Forever Cult follow on from the weight of their previous single Winter's Glow with something slightly more refined.

Orphan Boy: Coastal Tones – album review

Orphan Boy - Coastal Tones (Concrete Recordings) Out Not CD/DL 9.5/10 Cleethorpes-based indie oiks Orphan Boy make good on a five year promise by delivering what is arguably...

Day Three: Primavera Sound – live review

As the festival closes we're left with so many lasting memories and we have not one but two Seaford Mods reviews from todays blasphemous performances.

Day Two: Primavera Sound – live review

A day filled with incredible performances, today is filled with insane highlights proving once again why Primavera Sound is one of the best festivals around.

Mudhoney: The Institute, Birmingham – live review

Mudhoney  The Institute, Birmingham May 27th 2015 Legendary grungers Mudhoney take to the stage at the Birmingham Institute. Louder Than War's Sophie Sparham reports back. I never know...

Charles Dexter Ward and the Imagineers: Love, Death and Time Travel – album review

they’ve lived a hundred lives already, caught in the cycle of madness they have been swept up in. A cyclone of music so primal and heartfelt that it will never leave you the same.

Chastity Belt: Time To Go Home – album review

Chastity Belt - Time to Go Home (Hardly Art) CD | DL | LP Out Now 9 / 10 On the same day as they announced their first ever...

The Mutants: Tokyo Nights – album review

The Mutants new album sees London sleaze punk meeting Japanese brethren (and sisters!) in a tag-team surf-punk mash-up.

Crocodiles: Boys – album review

Crocodiles are back with an album filled with experimentation, as they produce some of the most interesting and exciting music that we've heard in a while.

Palma Violets: Danger In The Club – album review

Danger In The Club is Palma Violets follow up to their top 10 UK charting album 180. That last album has now achieved legendary status - but how does this new album compare to it? Katie Clare fills us in.

Charlton Lane: Get Off On The Good Foot – album review

Charlton Lane is Bristol based one man elctro-kraut-blues-rock star. Here we review his debut solo album.

Drenge | PINS: Sage, Gateshead – live review

Not a conventional venue for Drenge, yet both Drenge and PINS continue to lift the roof at the Sage tonight, with a phenomenal display of noise and power!

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