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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!

Lowlives: O2 The Ritz, Manchester – Live Review

Louder Than War went along to the O2 Ritz in Manchester to check out the guitar-driven hard rock band Lowlives.

Sweet Deals On Surgery: Sweet Deals On Surgery – EP review

Ballooning punches you in the throat with its violent lyrics and stabbing guitars, smashing drums and vocal harmonies

Heavy Music Awards 2018, KOKO London – Live Review

The Heavy Music Awards 2018 is back to acknowledge the talents & productivity of an extraordinarily & extensive varied music scene.

Petrol Girls: The Future is Dark – EP review

Petrol Girls The Future is Dark (EP) Out 14 September 2018 Hassle Records Petrol Girls are a female-fronted band. And that’s no lazy music journo condescension: the point...

Evolution Emerging: Newcastle – festival review

Evolution Emerging celebrates it's tenth birthday in style with a plethora of bands old and new, all of whom are on top form today!

Meet The North 2018 – Festival Review

A brilliant first day packed with new and exciting discoveries, Meet The North have truly outdone themselves this year!

Bad Breeding : Abandonment EP – review

Bad Breeding : Abandonment EP One Little Indian Vinyl/Digital Download Bad Breeding continue to provide us with yet another angry intense release. Keith Goldhanger wants you all...

Us Vs Them: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

Field Music put together an epic and eclectic line up packed with some of the best bands around as they all descend on the Brudenell for a fantastic day of music.

Skinny Lister: Newcastle University – live review

The Double Trouble tour reached Newcastle and both Beans On Toast and Skinny Lister brought their A games with incredible sets!

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