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Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-18 – album review

Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-2018 Vacilando 68 Recordings CD/DL Out now Twenty two infectious doses of straight-up power-pop that sound like classics, from the Lamacq-favoured Medway four-piece who we really...

Papernut Cambridge: Nutlets 2 – album review

Papernut Cambridge: Nutlets 2 (1978-2001) Gare Du Nord 2XLP/CD Twenty-song double album of kick-ass cover versions, saluting over two decades of post-punk, indie pop and all-round good shizzle, with...

Radio Europa: Community Is Revolution – album review

Uncompromising contender for any albums of the year listing and an essential listen.

ionnalee: Remember the Future – Album Review

ionnalee: Remember the Future To Whom It May Concern Format:  digital download/stream/CD/Vinyl Available now With her second album as a solo artist, the enigmatic ionnalee steps further from...

Phildel: Wave Your Flags – album review

Phildel is a huge star in the waiting, doing things her way, in her time and on her rules, make no mistake, she is an enormous talent.

LIINES: On And On – single review

Primal. Urgent. Relentless. LIINES time is now.

Vukovar: Cremator – album review

they rise one more like a proverbial phoenix out of the ashes of their previous incarnation with new found vigour and intent in the form of Cremator.

The Best Of Johnno Casson, Snippet & Old Tramp – album review

Thoroughly entertaining and a fine tribute to one of our most underrated artists.

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.

The Vaccines: Roundhouse, London – Live Review

Each time The Vaccines finished belting out yet another finely crafted indie-rock anthem, frontman Angus Young bowed his head with his hands on his knees in apparent exhaustion. A few seconds later the opening notes of the next song started to chime and somehow Young would rejuvenate himself in time to enthusiastically lead the next rousing rendition from their hit factory.

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