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Death Valley Girls: Broadcast, Glasgow – live review

DEATH VALLEY GIRLS BROADCAST GLASGOW 4th March 2019 A dreich rainy Monday night in Glasgow and loads of tweens and teenagers are running around the city dressed...

Test Dept: Disturbance – album review

Test Dept have created quite a comeback. This won’t disappoint, neither will it be forgotten in a hurry. Disturbance is stunning album.

Vukovar: Monument – album review

Vukovar have once more warned at the perils of compiling Album Of The Year lists too early.

Joy Division – Altrincham, Check Inn – November 1978 – retro review

LTW's Nigel takes us back to November 1978 when Joy Division played Altrincham, with Surgical Supports & Bidet Boys' anecdotes!

Brix & The Extricated – Breaking State – album review

Brix & The Extricated release the follow up to last year’s Part 2. The album, Breaking State- Nigel Carr reviews.

Adwaith: Melyn – album review

Adwaith: Melyn Libertino Records DL (11th October) LP to follow One of the rising stars of the Welsh independent music scene, Adwaith, release their debut album this...

Palaye Royale: Boom Boom Room (SideB) – Album Review

Palaye Royale continues to add to their numerous accomplishments this year. Is their sophomore album, due for release this week, one of them?

The Blinders – Columbia – Album Review

We finally get to hear The Blinders debut album Columbia, with a bun fight at Louder Than War as to who was going to review it! Nigel Carr reports for Louder Than War with additional photos by David Gleave.

Heavy Music Awards 2018, KOKO London – Live Review

The Heavy Music Awards 2018 is back to acknowledge the talents & productivity of an extraordinarily & extensive varied music scene.

TQ Zine: Covering The Covers – album review

This is an album for the challenged and the challenging, the disturbed and the disturbing. A mammoth collection for a mammoth mind.

Dead Naked Hippies: Guillotine – single review

Dead Naked Hippies release emotionally charged and hard hitting single Guillotine. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews.

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