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Ian Skelly | Purple Heart Parade: The Night and Day Cafe, Manchester – live review

Ian Skelly | Purple Heart Parade The Night and Day Cafe, Manchester 27th November 2014 The recent subject of an unsuccessful abatement notice, Manchester's iconic Night &...

Purple Heart Parade: The Eagle Inn, Salford – live review

Photo above © Leanne Crowley Purple Heart Parade The Eagle Inn, Salford 14th November 2014 One of Manchester's better-known psych bands, Purple Heart Parade, take to the stage...

Miraculous Mule: Blues Uzi – album review

Miraculous Mule - Blues Uzi (Muletone) CD/DL Out Now With two albums in 12 months, it's clear Kentish Town's Miraculous Mule are a band with a penchant...

Voices: London – interview and album review

For Louder Than War Andy santiago reviews what he refers to as "possibly the greatest extreme metal release of 2014". High praise indeed!

Psych For Sore Eyes 2 – ep review

In September of this year, Quietus editor John Doran set about dismantling what he perceived as widespread over-usage of the term ‘psychedelic’ in relation to music...

Dust Sculptures: Far Above the Pines – album review

Dust Sculptures - Far Above the Pines (self-released) DL Out Now "If you're ever in the mood to review a progressive black-gaze / post-progressive rock album, I'd...

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead: IX – album review

...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead - IX (Superball Music) DL/CD/LP Out Now American post-hardcore act with a fondness for ellipses ...And You...

Anthroprophh: Outside The Circle – album review

Anthroprophh - Outside The Circle DL / LP (Rocket) Out Now 8.5 / 10 Psych legend Paul Allen strikes solo as Anthroprophh with new album Outside the Circle. Louder...

Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia 2014: Day Two – live review

Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia - 2014 Camp & Furnace  Saturday 27th September 2014  The Wig Master gets trippy as he reviews the second day of...

Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia 2014: Day One – live review

Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia 2014: Day 1 - live review.

Black Moth: Condemned To Hope – album review

Black Moth - Condemned To Hope  CD / DL / Ltd LP 15th Sept 2014 9.5 / 10 Black Moth rose from the Leeds underground scene at the...

Os Noctàmbulos: Corsica Gardens – album review

Os Noctàmbulos - Corsica Gardens (Evil Hoodoo) LP / DL Out Now Relative newbies on the Parisian garage scene, Os Noctàmbulos have just dropped their debut album. Louder Than War's Craig...





Neighbourhood Festival 2019 – Manchester – Review

Will Metcalfe and Nigel Carr spent most of the day in Manchester checking out some of the best the city had to offer at Neighbourhood festival

The Beatles announce reissue of all 46 singles

The Beatles will be with us for least they were good...

J. Warwick Sweeney: Hardy Tree A Doctor’s Bible – book review

J. Warwick Sweeney: Hardy Tree A Doctor's Bible Bracketpress Out Now Memoir of pioneering addiction therapist...

Throbbing Gristle announce more reissues

Throbbing Gristle announce the next phase of their reissues series with the release of Part Two: The Endless Not, TG Now and A Souvenir of Camber Sands, out on CD and limited edition vinyl on 13 December 2019.

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.