Louder Than War photographers show off their live images:
DIE HEXEN | Ruth Bate | Gentle Stranger Sacred Trinity Church, Salford November 20th 2015 Louder Than War photographer Melanie Smith drags new reviewer Richie Rochdale out...
Sex Pissed Dolls Parr Hall, Warrington October 23rd 2015 Louder Than Words photographer Melanie Smith went to check out the glamorously, sexy, all girl band Sex Pissed...
Johnny Marr | Man Made Albert Hall, Manchester 8th October 2015 Louder Than War photographer Melanie Smith went to capture the man awarded the title - God...
Tough And Tender - A Sheila Rock photo exhibition and discussion with Glen Matlock
Huge photo gallery of The Membranes, Stranglers and The Rezillos Roundhouse, London gig.
In which Melanie Smith takes a trip to the outskirts of Bolton to catch up with The Courtesans.
Eccentric rap-rave-hip-hop, South African cult band Die Antwoord (in English - The Answer) are on their worldwide tour, promoting their third full length album, Donker Mag. Here they are stamping their mark on Manchester, with a sold out show at the Albert Hall, (which has recently awarded Manchester's best music venue by CityLife Magazine). The awesome, fearless rappers are Ninja and Yolandi Visser with DJ Hi-Tek.
Paloma Faith Manchester Apollo 28th November 2014 Paloma Faith is set to perform a UK tour of the big arenas in March 2015, so this...
Deaf School entertain the crowd in Manchester with their vibrant, theatrical style performance.
Los Campesinos return to the Capital to celebrate the 10th anniversery of their third album Romance is Boring. Louder Than War's Dave Beech was there.
Brian James from the Damned says music needs a ‘kick up the arse’ in Guardian interview but is he right?
a recent interview in the Guardian the brilliant Brian James - who was the guitarist, songwriter and mastermind behind the first two Damned albums claims that music needs a kick up the arse.
Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage Thrill Jockey Records LP/CD/DL Out Now! Buy This...
Les Amazones D’Afrique ‘AMAZONES POWER’ : album review ‘5 star release from Mali of modern African women empowering pop’
This is no retro world music exercise though but thoroughly modern 21st-century pop record and so it should be. Music should never be made for musicologists and Les Amazones D'Afrique combination of homespun melody and modern urban pop is stunningly effective.