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Ian Dury: The Studio Albums Collection – album review

To give this collection anything other than top marks would surely damn me to an eternity in Hell.

The Bug: Exit – EP review

The Bug: Exit (Ninja Tune)  LP/DL Available now Louder Than War’s Paul Margree sifts through the latest despatches from everyone’s favourite dub destroyer. There have been some great...

Fofoulah: Fofoulah – album review

There are some fantastic dubs thrown in

Various: Virgin Front Line Sounds Of Reality – album review

a brilliant introduction to a fascinating genre of music.

Culture: District, Liverpool – live review

UK reggae is on a high and Culture turn in a classic Liverpool show, demonstrating they're still as relevant as ever.

Talisman: I-Surrection (Oldwah Deconstruction) – album review

Roots reggae pioneers, Talisman return with a dub version of their 2013 album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates is keen to review.

Capital Letters: Smoking My Ganga (The Rootikal Remix EP) – ep review

Modern dub at it’s very finest. A new remix EP from Wolverhampton reggae artists Capital Letters.

Gabby Young & Other Animals: One Foot In Front Of The Other – album review

Gabby Young & Other Animals release their third album, a mix of jazz, cabaret, folk and opera.

The Talks: Grimsby – live review

A great night of ska punk fusion with Hull band The Talks - idp bears witness.

Ziggy Marley: The Electric Brixton, London – live review

Last week Ziggy Marley presented his new album, Fly Rasta, in full live at a sold out The Electric Brixton in London. Check out our review and photos.

Latin Quarter: Modern Times – album review

The debut album from the folk/reggae/New Wave political activists is re-promoted. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews.





Drab Majesty : Manchester : Live Review

Drab Majesty have been building a big reputation with their literate and enigmatic darkwave at our reviewer Liam M discovers...

Climate Strike : what can Music do to clean up its act?

What can a poor boy (girl) do in these chaotic and filthy times but be a street cleaning, non plastic, pretty sober, eco conscious man...’

After London Announce New Single ‘You Know What I Mean’ – LTW Premier

Big, gritty, alternative rock compared to the likes of Dream Wife and Wolf Alice,...

Larry Wallis RIP an obituary of a rock n roll legend

his death represents a further conclusion of the spirit of rebellion, musical anarchy and socially conscious satire that blossomed in the hippy era and crystallised in punk a decade later.

GUO Announce New Audiovisual Performance In Collaboration With Brady Corbet

To coincide with the release of GUO4 (out today via Mute) GUO (Daniel Blumberg...