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LIINES: Stop-Start – Album Review

Stop-Start, the new album from Manchester trio LIINES is well worth the wait.

Lucia: Melted Ice Cream – single review

Glaswegian hot property Lucia releases her new single Melted Ice Cream, mixing 1960s girl band with a hefty dollop of punk pop. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews.

First Aid 4 Souls: Dark Tunnel album review

Best played loud to annoy the neighbours.

Crimedesk- Louder…..Faster – album review

Album Review Crimedesk - Louder..... Faster   (self released) CD/ DL  Out now. 8/10 Fife punk rock veterans with excellent new album. Joe Whyte reviews for LTW.   Crimedesk have been around...

Rosie Bans: Identify Yourself – album review

It’s been a long time coming but Identify Yourself was well worth the wait.

The Distractions: The Spinning Top, Stockport – live review

It's standing room only for The Distractions who are playing in the town for the first time since 1979. Nigel Carr reports back for Louder Than War.

Frank Turner: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle – live review

A stellar performance from the brilliant Frank Turner who blew away a packed crowd at the Metro Radio Arena.

The Bordellos: Life Love And Billy Fury – album review

Not everyone knows it yet but, everyone loves The Bordellos.

Fader: First Light – album review

A fine album, well worth a listen.

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

Feral Five: Man Cat Doll Machine – EP review + video premiere!

Welcome back Feral Five, it’s like you’ve never been away.

Creeper: Manchester Academy 2 – live review

there is a lot of anticipation and it’s very palpable as an excited nervous feeling is in the air, at Manchester’s Academy 2 for the sold-out first night of Creeper’s 2017 UK Tour.

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