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Ifriqiyya Electrique: Laylet El Booree – album review

This is modern day punk with a Tunisian twist – lively, powerful and often sounding out of control.

Fold: We’re The Ones – album review

'We're The Ones' has been worth the wait. It is an album that delivers on every expectation you have of a Fold release and shows distinct evolution by its creators. It is a clarion call for positive action without laying back on lazy sloganeering.

The Last Poets: Exchange, Bristol – live review

The Last Poets Exchange, Bristol 24th March 2019 The forefathers of hip-hop played their first ever Bristol gig on Sunday. Elfyn Griffith felt the noise... Never has the...

Fofoulah: Daega Rek – album review

Are the people of The World ready for the genre busting Fofoulah and their astonishing Afro-Dub explosions?

Ceiling Demons: Nil – album review

Ceiling Demons continue their journey and a long one it could well be.

Dälek: Endangered Philosophies – album review

It starts with a squall of riotous noise. Stripping your senses and outside influence. Naked and ready. In comes the sludge thump drums adding an anchor before MC Dälek's vocals emerge from the storm and boy has he come prepped. We are about to be taught a lesson. School is in session..

Ifriqiyya Electrique: Rûwâhîne – album review

An album catching a feeling, an emotion, a moment in a lifetime.

Jeb Loy Nichols: Country Hustle – album review

Is it Soul? Is it Country? Is it Hip-hop? No, it’s Jeb Loy Nichols

Dreadzone: Dread Times – album review

Dub/reggae/trip house/electronica group Dreadzone release their eighth album.

Clipping.: Splendor & Misery – album review

Clipping.: Splendor & Misery (Sub Pop/ Deathbomb Arc) LP/CD/DL Available Now 8.5/10 Experimental Hip-Hop outfit Clipping. release brand new concept album. Simon Tucker takes the journey. Concept album. Two...

Gonjasufi: Callus – album review

The latest album from the cosmic singer/producer/DJ Gonjasufi, Callus, is his most soul-bearing and cathartic to date.

Albums we missed: Part 3 – Gioumourtzina | Monkoora | Afro Cluster

Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates trawls through the albums that are too good to be forgotten and urges you to listen to some more fine music

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