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Noel Gallagher : live review

sold out stadium triumph homecoming show for Noel G.

The Outcasts / The Defects – live review

classic belfast punk bands still vital

Dum Dum Girls : live review

Girl group through a fuzzbox genius...

Toy – live review

Amazingly loud, hairy and beautiful: Toy will fill your heart with joy.

Dropkick Murphys – live review Dropkick Murphys Liverpool O2 Academy Wednesday 8th February 2012 Boston's Dropkick Murphys rolled into a Liverpool gripped by an icy wind, a wind rolling in from...

Confessions Of A Music Addict – January 2012 Confessions Of A Music Addict - January 2012 Ah, January. Now nothing ever happens in music in January, there are no gigs worth going...

Wild Flag – Live Review

Wild Flag put out one of our Top 100 albums of last year, and now Lucy Holt has had the chance to see how their eponymous debut record translated into a live setting

Babybird : live review

is he still gorgeous?

Section 25 : live review

Triumphant sold out Manchester gig from Section 25

Live review: Minny Pops/Rats On Rafts

2 great Dutch bands from 2 different generations

Spaceface, The Merrylees – live review

The barrage of noise reminded me of the My Bloody Valentine live experience, although Spaceface are a lot more melodic than MBV





Sean Tyla: Pub Rock pioneer 1946-2020

The news of the death of the legendary Sean Tyla on the 17th of...

LISTEN! John Rossall (The Glitter Band) releases solo album that could be the best in his career

Listen to a track from John Rossall (Glitter Band) new solo album that could be the best in his career. Full of the hallmark Glitter drums and great songs and a heavy sound.

Listen To This! Producer IYES Teams Up With LELE Once Again on Upbeat Anthem Change Your Mind

Once again, producer IYES teams up with London-based LELE on upbeat anthem Change Your Mind.

Watch this! Video exclusive – The Scaners drop new video for Mars Attacks

The Scaners, those French gonzo-punks beloved here at Louder Than War, have just dropped...

Watch This! Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Earl Sixteen & Dennis Bovell unite for new single

‘Our Lives’ marries funk and reggae’s vintage relationship and is a ray of sunshine reminding all to get the most out of life, even in these increasingly testing times.