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Boy Azooga: Cobalt Studios, Newcastle – live review

Boy Azooga have already released one of the finest debut albums of the year and tonight they bring 1, 2, Kung Fu to life in ecstatic fashion!

Wooden Shjips: Sage Gateshead – live review

Out of this world psychedelic rockers Wooden Shjips never fail to impress with their exceptional live sets and tonight is no different!

Tony Molina: Kill the Lights – Album Review

Tony Molina - his Kill The Lights is lush folk-rock/power-pop from West Bay USA, for fans of The Byrds, Neil Young and Teenage Fanclub.

Watch This! – Psychedelic Porn Crumpets – Cornflake

This came crashing into my inbox yesterday and I haven't stopped playing it since! I give you Psychedelic Porn Crumpets! Now that's how to name a band!

Afghan Sand Gang – Machine Music – EP review

Afghan Sand Gang - Machine Music - stunning debut EP from this Mossley three-piece, Nigel Carr reviews for Louder Than War.

Hey Bulldog: Al Lupo – single review

Psych-rock outfit Hey Bulldog bring out another stunning single, Al Lupo. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews.

The Turbans: The Turbans – album review

one suspects The Turbans will be coming to a festival near you very soon.

L.A. Witch: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

L.A. Witch Cluny, Newcastle 29th March 2018 The brilliant trio L.A. Witch arrive in Newcastle and proceed to tear the roof off the Cluny with an exceptional...

Demob Happy: Holy Doom – album review

Demob Happy – Holy Doom (SO Recordings) Out Now 9/10 Demob Happy’s joyous mix of 60’s psychedelic & 90’s grunge works to great effect on their sophomore release...

Whyte Horses: Empty Words – album review

Faultless psychedelic pop genius from Manchester’s Whyte Horses, who release their second album with guest vocals from La Roux and Nouvelle Vague.

Gomez: Bring it On (20th Anniversary edition) – album review

The remastered Gomez debut brings together the classic first album along with various demos, sessions and live tracks.

The Skull Defekts: The Skull Defekts – album review by Jay Stansfield of All Hail Hyena

Let’s hope they change their minds and make more albums like this

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