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The Eyelids: Suffer – EP review

The Eyelids Suffer (Autonomonster Records) CD/DL Released: 12 July 2019   Keeping pure rock n roll alive down Cornwall way. The Eyelids have been kicking up a rockin’ storm...

Starcrawler: Academy 3, Manchester – live review

Starcrawler | Plague Vendor Academy 3, Manchester June 27th 2019 Cazz Blase and Melanie Smith step into the dark and twisted punk world of Starcrawler. A blisteringly hot...

The Coathangers: Soup Kitchen, Manchester – live review

The Coathangers | Mold Soup Kitchen, Manchester 29th April 2019 It’s a Monday night and Mold, who are opening tonight’s gig, have temporarily lost their drummer. Apparently...

5 Hills Out: ‘The Snug Sessions’ – single review

Derbyshire Folk-Punk band 5 Hills Out have just released their double single ‘The Snug Sessions’, marking their first release on their own label Culvert...

Shot Balowski: Shot Balowski – album review

Album Review Shot Balowski - Shot Balowski (Abnormal Product) CD/DL Released 29th March 10/10 'Shot Balowski’s self-titled debut album is a pumped-up powerhouse packed with punk influences whilst retaining...

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

One of the hottest bands around leave their mark on Newcastle tonight with a blistering set of great tracks from their first two albums!

Virginmarys: Club Academy, Manchester – live review

Virginmarys | Hands Off Gretel| Rook and the Ravens Club Academy, Manchester November 24th 2018 Virginmarys play an incendiary set to an ecstatic audience, with strong support...

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!

Friends Of Mine – Punk In Manchester 1976-78 – Martin Ryan – Book Launch

Tomorrow evening sees the long-awaited launch of Martin Ryan's book on punk - Friends Of Mine - Punk In Manchester 1976-78

Punk 1976-78 – Liverpool, Central Library

Louder Than War was invited to the opening of Punk 1976-78 to preview of the exhibits with interviews with special guests!

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.

Camp Cope: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

Camp Cope prove why they are fast becoming one of the most important bands around at the moment, with a blistering set!
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