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Take That: Manchester Arena – live review

Take That | Rick Astley Manchester Arena April 22nd 2019 Manchester’s all conquering man band continue their odyssey as a trio. Celebrating 30 years is no mean feat...

Fontaines DC: The Garage, London – live photo review

Fontaines DC hit the capital and put on a show that proves the hype is well and truly justified. Paul Grace photographs and reports for Louder Than War.

Avatar: O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire – photo review

Avatar O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire 20th January 2019 Swedish metal-heads Avatar brought their circus freakshow to London and impressed with a highly theatrical show featuring theatrics, pyrotechnics and...

Desert Mountain Tribe: O2 Brixton Academy, London – photo review

Desert Mountain Tribe O2 Brixton Academy, London 9 Dec 2018 Three-piece psychedelic rockers Desert Mountain Tribe impressed as support for Peter Murphy and David J's 40 years...

Richard Ashcroft: Albert Hall, Manchester – live photo review

Richard Ashcroft Albert Hall, Manchester December 23rd 2018 Louder Than War's photographer Melanie Smith went along to Albert Hall to capture Wigan born musician and ex Verve...

Lily Allen: Albert Hall, Manchester – live photo review

Lily Allen Albert Hall, Manchester Sunday December 16th 2018 Honest, witty and engaging Popstar Lily Allen brings her 'No Shame Tour to Manchester's Albert Hall, the third...

James | The Charlatans: Wembley Arena, London – photo review

James | The Charlatans Wembley Arena, London 7th Dec 2018 Two North Country Boys came to Wembley Arena last Friday in shape of two Tims (Booth and...

Snow Patrol: Porchester Hall, London – photo review and tour dates

Snow Patrol Porchester Hall, London 19th Nov 2018 Ahead of a massive European arena tour starting next month, Snow Patrol descended on the beautiful Porchester Hall in...

The Membranes: Islington Assembly Hall, London – photo review

Islington rocked to The Membranes' London bash last weekend, featuring The Membranes plus Choir, Steve Ignorant's Slice of Life, as well as The Cravats...

Rae Morris: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live photo review

Rae Morris O2 Ritz, Manchester October 5th 2018 Photographer Melanie Smith went along to O2 Ritz to capture the show as one of their house photographers and...

Halestorm: O2 Apollo, Manchester – live photo review

Halestorm |Avatar | Rews O2 Apollo, Manchester September 26th 2018 Louder Than War photographer Melanie Smith heads out to O2 Apollo, Manchester to photograph American rock band...

The Quireboys: O2 Forum, Kentish Town – photo review

The Quireboys | H.E.A.T. O2 Forum, London 14th Sep 2018 Louder Than War photographer Naomi Dryden-Smith went along to capture some good old fashioned rock'n'roll from The...

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