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Weezer: Weezer – album review

Wherein the gawky grunge rockers Weezer continue their surprising purple patch.

Audacity: Hyper Vessels – album review

A slab of epic Garage Rock from California’s finest.

The Dirty Nil: Higher Power – album review

The Dirty Nil - Higher Power (Dine Alone)  CD/LP/Cassette/Digital Download Released February 26th 8/10 On their debut full-length Higher Power, The Dirty Nil have accomplished exactly what they set out to....

NME Awards Tour: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

The NME Awards Tour rolls into town, with what is perhaps its most varied line up yet, its safe to say there is something for everyone tonight!

Ringo Deathstarr: Pure Mood – album review

Ringo Deathstarr: Pure Mood (Club AC30) LP | CD | DL Out 2oth November 2015 8/10 An all encompassing beast of shoegaze brilliance, filled with darkness yet the...

Jemima Surrender: The Uninhabited World – album review

The Uninhabited World is a great debut and one well worth the wait

Greys: Repulsion – EP review

Greys: Repulsion EP ( EP/DL Available Oct 30th 9/10 Greys offer 3 new songs in under 10 minutes as their follow-up to their 2014 LP If Anything. Greys fans...

Twisterella Festival: Middlesbrough – festival review

Twisterella Festival Various Venues, Middlesbrough 10th October 2015 Twisterella provided one of the highlights of the year, with an eclectic line up that provided numerous highlights, we...

The Lemonheads : Institute, Birmingham – live review

He puts the clamp onto his guitar and gets straight into it, the sound is just as you remember; almost sloppy country rock with a grunge shadow. His voice is still smooth and rich. The music still fills me with the happiness it did first time around. With their shuffling grooves and Evan’s voice The Lemonheads should have been huge.

Demob Happy: Dream Soda – album review

Demob Happy: Dream Soda (SO Recordings) LP | CD | DL Out 2nd October 2015 8/10 With a clear mission to fight back against the mediocrity of the...

Wolf Alice: The Albert Hall, Manchester – live review

Wolf Alice exploded into Manchester on Friday night

Deaf Wish: Pain – album review

Aussie quartet Deaf Wish formed 8 years ago now and have just released this, their first long player for Sub Pop Records. Sophie Sparham's impressed.





Neighbourhood Festival 2019 – Manchester – Review

Will Metcalfe and Nigel Carr spent most of the day in Manchester checking out some of the best the city had to offer at Neighbourhood festival

The Beatles announce reissue of all 46 singles

The Beatles will be with us for least they were good...

J. Warwick Sweeney: Hardy Tree A Doctor’s Bible – book review

J. Warwick Sweeney: Hardy Tree A Doctor's Bible Bracketpress Out Now Memoir of pioneering addiction therapist...

Throbbing Gristle announce more reissues

Throbbing Gristle announce the next phase of their reissues series with the release of Part Two: The Endless Not, TG Now and A Souvenir of Camber Sands, out on CD and limited edition vinyl on 13 December 2019.

WATCH THIS! The Murder Capital great new video for ‘More Is Less’ plus 2020 tour dates

LTW faves The Murder Capital have announced a new video for ‘More Is Less’ plus new European tour dates for 2020. The band’s acclaimed debut album ‘When I Have Fears’ (reviewed here on LTW) was top 20 in the UK and number 2 in Ireland and yet more evidence of the great musical era we are in the middle of.