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Bangers: Bird – album review

Bangers: Bird (Specialist Subject Records)  LP | DL Out Now  The Cornish punk-rock three-piece return with their third full-length album “Bird”. I first came across Bangers properly (hearing...

Sewer Rats EP Launch: The Matrix, Grimsby – live review

.... some of the dirtiest, heaviest, most psyched out stonerism that you’ve heard in a long time, songs that start slow and uncoil themselves with deliberate menace deliberately, loaded with feedback, searing guitar riffs, huge drums and basslines that set the room vibrating

White Boy: The Deaf Institute, Manchester – live review

White Boy The Deaf Institute, Manchester 2nd April 2015 There's a bit of buzz building behind new band White Boy so Katie Clare decided to...

Änglagård/ Tusmørke/ Wobbler: Musikkflekken, Oslo – live review

Three ground breaking Scandinavian progressive rock acts play Norway's sold out Musikkflekken in Sandvika, Oslo.

Frisk Frugt: Den Europæiske Spejlbue – album review

Frisk Frugt (aka Danish experimental pop artist Anders Lauge Meldgaard) releases his 3rd solo LP. Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews.

Wesley Stace’s Cabinet Of Wonders: Cecil Sharp House House – live review

The first excursion of Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders outside the US resulted in a sell out performance at Cecil Sharp House

Zun Zun Egui: Shackles’ Gift – album review

Zun Zun Egui: Shackles’ Gift (Bella Union) LP/CD/DL Available now Zun Zun Egui’s follow up is a sweat-drenched bag of hard rocking hustle says Louder Than War’s...

The Heads: Everybody Knows We Got Nowhere (Remastered) – album review

This record feels scuzzy; it feels like there’s a layer of dirt under the grooves, prised from under the chipped fingernails of the degenerates that made this unholy noise in the first place.

Zs: Xe – album review

Zs: Xe (Northern Spy Records) CD/LP/DL Available 27 January 2015 This one-take wonder is avant-prog-jazzers Zs’ latest addition to their ever expanding discography, says Louder Than War's...

New Band Of the Day: Rank Berry

Rank Berry are a Glaswegian classic rock band who seem to be breaking the usual mould. Louder Than War's Joe Whyte investigates. Despite the rather...

Temples: The Leadmill, Sheffield – live review

Temples The Leadmill, Sheffield 4th Dec 2014 7.5 / 10 Sun Structures by Temples has been Rough Trade Shops best selling album of what's been a great year...

Fred Frith & John Butcher: The Natural Order – album review

The two veteran improvisors Fred Frith & John Butcher go head to head in this far-out and compelling collaboration

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