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My Morning Jacket: Manchester Ritz – live review

My Morning Jacket The Ritz, Manchester 6th September 2015 We see Kentucky rockers deliver an onslaught of a performance in Manchester. My Morning Jacket’s appearance at The Ritz...

New Artist of the Day: [retreat] – A Public Witness Program EP review

Made up of members of Barnsley's musical elite, are a local supergroup of sorts that are making waves in South Yorkshire and beyond. Louder Than War's Jason White gives us more.

The Telescopes: Hidden Fields – album review

Telescopes – Hidden Fields (Tapete Records) CD | LP | DL Out Now 8/10 With their eighth studio album, The Telescopes endeavour to explore the subtle relationships that...

Deaf Wish: Pain – album review

Aussie quartet Deaf Wish formed 8 years ago now and have just released this, their first long player for Sub Pop Records. Sophie Sparham's impressed.

MXLX: I Aim To Understand Nothing – album review

A darkly comic tale that can be hard to listen to but also contains some of its creators most introspective and heartfelt work to date

Blown Out|Rainbow Grave|Mothwasp: Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham – live review

It negates everything, at one point in 10 Million tons of shit they go through a list of what they hate about you, ‘I hate your pets’ being my favourite, although I’m not sure favourite is the right word. The vocals are harsh and cold but you can understand every word.

Mick Harvey: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

Mick Harvey  Cluny, Newcastle August 3rd 2015 A true legend whose command of the stage is masterful holding this audience in the palm of his hand as...

The Jesus and Mary Chain: The Roundhouse, London – live review

The Mary Chain have lined up two support acts for us tonight. First, American psych-rock underdogs Bardo Pond and second, themselves...

Dean McPhee: Fatima’s Hand – album review

Dean McPhee: Fatima’s Hand (Hood Faire) CD | LP   Available now Dean McPhee gives us a taste of the desert in his new album of guitar...

Supersonic Festival 2015: Birmingham, Saturday – live review

The music is a merging of the long deep guitar sounds from the Earth man and the electronic noise of the Bug. They intertwine and surround each other and then the beats kick in, dirty and hard they are slow steady and grinding, a perfect foil for the guitar.

Table Scraps: More Time For Strangers – album review

Table Scraps - More Time for Strangers (Hells Teeth / Wiener) DL | CD | LP Out Now 8/10 Birmingham duo Table Scraps make good on the promise...

Petrels: Flailing Tomb – album review

The fourth Petrels album is an inspired marriage of ecstatic drone, krautrock and synthpop, says Louder Than War’s Paul Margree.





Pearl Jam: BST festival, Hyde Park, London – preview and ticket info

Pearl Jam British Summer Time, Hyde Park, London Friday 10th July Plus special guests Pixies White Reaper + more to...

Soft Rubbish: 1999 – single review and video premiere

Track review and video premiere Soft Rubbish:  1999 DL only from (Bandcamp) Out now New single and brilliant...

Stealing Sheep: Ashton in Makerfield Library – live review

Stealing Sheep Ashton in Makerfield Library 28th November 2019 Hailing from Liverpool, Stealing Sheep are an art-pop...

Shortparis announce new album : Russian band are one of our favourite new bands and set to break big

Long time LTW faves Shortparis announce new album, video and tour dates.

Afghan Whigs frontman announces debut solo album

at last the debut solo album from mr Whig himself, Greg Dulli - hear first track today on 6music...........................