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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...

Thurston Moore: The Best Day – album review

Thurston Moore - The Best Day (Matador) CD / LP / DL Out Now  9/10 Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore releases new solo album with a backing band...

Mechanimal: Secret Science – album review

Mechanimal - Secret Science (Inner Ear Records) CD/DL Out Now 9.5/10 Greece based 'drone n roll’ trio Mechanimal release their new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews. Why...

Cassels: We Wander In The Night/Rinse And Retreat – single review

Cassels - We Wander In The Night/Rinse And Retreat (Grebo Records) LP/DL OUT NOW 8/10 Noise wranglers Cassels just released their debut 7", Louder Than War's Josh Cooper...

The Brackish: Big Guys – album review

The Brackish: Big Guys (Lava Thief) CD / DL Due Out 22nd Sept 2014 7/10 The Brackish release an album that managed to sound like all your favourite bands...

Raw Power 2014: London – festival review

A room thick with fans dancing and headbanging intermittently at a riff’s notice would suggest...

Delamere: Headstrong – single review

Delamere - Headstrong (Scruff of the Neck Records) DL August 30th 2014 Dave Beech reviews the new single by Delamere, the North Staffs, Manchester based, indie band...

Matthew Collings: Silence Is A Rhythm Too – album review

Matthew Collings Silence Is a Rhythm Too (Denovali Records) LP/CD/DL Available now The latest album from the Edinburgh-based musician and composer offers up a series of compelling soundscapes...

Dressmaker: Glass EP – ep review

Hackney's Dressmaker release their debut EP entitled Glass. Louder Than War's Lisa Sookraj reviews.

Boris: Noise – album review

Louder Than War's Simon Tucker reviews the new album from one of London's most prolific recording bands, Boris.

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