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Winterfylleth: The Siege Of Mercia: Live At Bloodstock 2017 – album review

Winterfylleth: The Siege Of Mercia: Live At Bloodstock 2017 (Candlelight/Spinefarm Records) CD and DVD | Vinyl and Digital Available now Genre-defining atmospheric black metal musicians Winterfylleth are...

The Menzinger: Hello Exile – album review

Pensylvainia punks The Menzingers return with sixth album Hello Exile, proving once and for all why they're one of the most important bands of our generation.

John: Out Here On The Fringes – album review

Wayne AF Carey gets his hearing aid out after a listen to Crystal Palace loud bastards John's latest album.

Grade 2: Graveyard Island – album review

Grade 2 - Graveyard Island (Hellcat) LP/CD/DL Out 11 October 2019 Isle of Wight skins Grade 2 project the love-hate they hold for their small town home...

Afghan Sand Gang: Fast Talk – new single.

The Mossley ambient indie quartet return with a tune that refreshes your ears reckons Wayne AF Carey.

Nohe Noshe: London ICA – live review of ex The Fall Eleni Poulou new project

Nohe Noshe is a collaboration that spans twenty-five years. Kisur tells me that when Poulou moved to England to join The Fall, they continued to share ideas over the telephone, and began working together in earnest on her return to Berlin in 2017.

Watch This! Newcastle’s Amongst Echoes Premiere New Single Going Nowhere

Since forming in Newcastle in back in 2018, indie rock quintet Amongst Echoes has been bringing the gap between bright-eyed youthful exuberence and millennial...

Loraine James: For You and I – album review

Loraine James: For You and I Hyperdub LP / CD / DL Available now Loraine James' debut album 'For You and I' sees the producer reflect on...

Gary Numan: 02 Academy, Liverpool – live review

Gary Numan 02 Academy, Liverpool Monday 30th September 2019 Gary Numan (read in depth interview here from 2018)  brought his 40th anniversary (R)Evolution tour to Liverpool, the...

Miss June: Flapper and Firkin, Birmingham – live review

Miss June Birmingham, Flapper and Firkin 28th Sep 2019 New Zealand’s best export since Wellington Paranormal hit the UK to celebrate their debut album and to turn...

Prince Fatty – In The Viper’s Shadow – album review

Prince Fatty - In The Viper's Shadow Evergreen Records Vinyl/DL Released 4th October 2019 Bringing together a bunch of bona fide reggae music legends including Big Youth, Marcia...

Bones Shake: Sermons – album review

Manchester purveyors of feral Blues Rock Bones Shake bring out a pleasingly dangerous new album Sermons.

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Throbbing Gristle announce more reissues

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WATCH THIS! The Murder Capital great new video for ‘More Is Less’ plus 2020 tour dates

LTW faves The Murder Capital have announced a new video for ‘More Is Less’ plus new European tour dates for 2020. The band’s acclaimed debut album ‘When I Have Fears’ (reviewed here on LTW) was top 20 in the UK and number 2 in Ireland and yet more evidence of the great musical era we are in the middle of.