Progressive Rock Reviews
.... 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 2nd April 2015 There's a bit of buzz building behind new band White Boy so Katie Clare decided to...
Three ground breaking Scandinavian progressive rock acts play Norway's sold out Musikkflekken in Sandvika, Oslo.
Frisk Frugt (aka Danish experimental pop artist Anders Lauge Meldgaard) releases his 3rd solo LP. Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews.
The first excursion of Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders outside the US resulted in a sell out performance at Cecil Sharp House
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.
The two veteran improvisors Fred Frith & John Butcher go head to head in this far-out and compelling collaboration
J. Warwick Sweeney: Hardy Tree A Doctor's Bible Bracketpress Out Now Memoir of pioneering addiction therapist...
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.
Toxic cities are choking themselves to death – when are British cities going to sort out their transport problems?
Traffic jams that last for ever, toxic air, shit trains, broken infrastructure, and endless buses battling it out on one road...Manchester is quite literally choking itself to death.