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Chow Mwng: Nunavik – EP review

Possibly the punk music of our era. Lo-fi, D.I.Y. and free from any corporate chains. Amazing stuff.

Neil Campbell & Richard Youngs: Six Scores – album review

Six Scores - the latest collaboration from two of the UK’s most brain-mangling underground artists is gloriously off-the-wall.

Listen To This! Radio Europa release new track!

it experiments and cogitates with a passing speed far less than its length.

Abatwa (The Pygmy): Why Did We Stop Growing Tall? – album review

This is lo-fi, D.I.Y. music in its (im)purest form.

Chow Mwng: ULOT CA – album review

ULOT CA treads that genius/insanity path from track one to twelve, often dipping its toe in either side. Listen and be impressed.

Helen McCookerybook: The Sea – album review

Musician, artist and lecturer releases her new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews - cherish this album as it is a fine piece of work.

Pulco: Silex | Chow Mwng: Better Than Teletext – EP reviews

The King is dead, long live the King. A final outing for Pulco before evolving into Chow Mwng - exciting times

Stocking Filler Downloads – Dementio13 | Ashley Reaks | Pulco

Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates suggests three albums that you may like to consider filling the proverbial stocking with.

Pulco: Farmyard & Library – album review

this album is one to be listened to again and again.

T.O.Y.S: SICKS – album review

T.O.Y.S album review SICKS Odd Box Records After three cracking EPs, indie-pop experimentalists T.O.Y.S present a keyboards-driven long-player full of tunes for the head, heart and feet. Glenn Airey enjoys the fun and games.

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