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God Damn: Secret Lock Up Party, Minerva Works, Birmingham – live review

God Damn Minerva Works Birmingham December 7th 2019 God Damn return to an old haunt after a three year absence in preparation for a new record and...

The Stranglers/Ruts DC: Berlin – live review

No one is really sure how to describe the Stranglers. They started years before punk then scared the shit out the London punks as well as out selling them with their menacing and genuinely frightening

LTW Photographers share their favourite photos of 2019

As the year draws to a close Louder Than War photographers select three of their favourite shots taken this year for the website...

Rod Stewart: M&S Bank Arena , Liverpool – live photo review

Rod Stewart Liverpool Arena 10th December 2019 Model train enthusiast, Celtic superfan and musical icon Rod Stewart arrived at the Liverpool M&S Bank Arena and Andy...

The Blinders: Lincoln Labour Club – live review

The Blinders Lincoln Labour Club 9th December 2019 The Blinders have been rallying support and raising funds for Labour with their For The Many tour. Milly...

Damnation Festival 2019: University of Leeds Students Union – live review

Damnation Festival University of Leeds Students Union, Leeds 2nd November 2019 The Damnation Festival 2019 celebrated the diverse and extreme edges of metal, with a day of...

Strange Bones: Werkhaus, London – live review

Strange Bones | Bob Vylan London, Werkhaus 6th December 2019 A consistent barrage of turbulent, unruly punk, sewn together with melody and riffs that’ll stay with you...

A Certain Ratio: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham – live review

A Certain Ratio | Sink Ya Teeth Rescue Rooms, Nottingham Saturday 7.12.19 Seminal Manchester punk-funk band A Certain Ratio are celebrating 40 years on the floorboards with...

Rufus and Martha Wainwright: A Not So Silent Night – live review

Rufus and Martha Wainwright: A Not So Silent Night Royal Festival Hall, London 6th December 2019 Rufus and Martha Wainwright revealed the extent of their celebrity phone...

Amyl and the Sniffers: The Underworld, London – live review

Amyl and the Sniffers The Underworld, London 5th December 2019 Amyl and the Sniffers brought some welcome and decidedly scorching Australian rock 'n' roll to a cold,...

Melanie Martinez: O2 Apollo, Manchester – live photo review

Melanie Martinez - The K-12 world tour O2 Apollo, Manchester 5th December 2019 Photographer Melanie Smith went to join the huge fanbase of New York singer/songwriter Melanie...

IDLES: Manchester Academy – live review

IDLES Manchester Academy 4th December 2019 As a decade of political turmoil and despair staggers drunkenly towards a miserable conclusion, Bristol's IDLES give us hope in the...

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