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Dermo: Road To Know Where – Album Review

Wayne Carey checks out North Manc indie stalwart Dermo on his solo debut.

Lee “Scratch” Perry: Rainford – album review

Rainford is the newest release from dub reggae legend Lee "Scratch" Perry. The album is a mellow, introspective and autobiographical reflection on the career of a producer that spans all the way back to the 1950s.

Various – Electric Language: Independent British Synth Pop 78-84 – Album Review

Various - Electric Language - Independent British Synth Pop 78-84 Cherry Red 4CD Released 31st May 2019 4CD set that includes tracks from big hitters like the Human League...

Broken Down Golf Cart: Full Hotel Weekend – single review

Good Problems vocalist Jen Baranick releases her solo tracks as Broken Down Golf Cart. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews recent release Full Hotel Weekend.

Kabasa – African Sunset – album review

Kasaba - African Sunset - album review. Louder Than War's Matt Mead reviews the long out of print album by one of Africa's favourite bands

Plastic Mermaids : Suddenly Everyone Explodes – album review

Keith Goldhanger reviews Suddenly Everyone Explodes, the debut album by Plastic Mermaids, For Louder Than War.

The Super Pumas: Ambient Animal – album review

Inverclyde threesome The Super Pumas follow-up their compelling singles Circles Roaming and the Louder Than War video-premiered Prop Drop with their much-anticipated debut long player Ambient Animal.

PP Arnold: Sings The Hits Live 1967-1968 – Review

PP Arnold: Sings The Hits Live 1967-1968 - Review. Matt Mead reviews this exciting archive release from the BBC Archives

Inferno Festival : Live review of premier black metal fest by Gaye Advert

We send Gaye Black (formerly Gaye Advert - the legendary bassist from The Adverts) to the world's number one black metal festival to cover the music she loves...full report here

Kelly Finnigan – The Tales People Tell – album review

Kelly Finnigan - The Tales People Tell - album review. Louder Than War's Matt Mead reviews the debut album by this exciting new soul singer.

Manalishi: Zipper Mouth – single review

Snarling grunge/ alternative trio Manalishi bring out furiously visceral single Zipper Mouth.

Lewis Capaldi: Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent – album review

Lewis Capaldi: Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (Virgin EMI) CD/LP/DL 8/10 Available 17th May 2019 Lewis Capaldi is the latest phenomenon to take over the UK’s modern...

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Win tickets and more for London Tattoo Convention

To celebrate the 15th anniversary addition of the UK’s biggest and best-loved The London Tattoo Convention, London’s Tobacco Dock on 27th-28th-29th September 2019 is giving one of Louder Than Wars readers as change to winner a Golden Ticket for the event – worth £300.

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