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Calan Mai: Cup – single review

Calan Mai is the moniker of Jordan Lawrence who, early last year, relocated from Gold Coast, Australia to Manchester. Cup is the new single from his upcoming second EP, This Isn’t How You Get Home.

The Indigo Palms: Live It Up – single review

Welsh singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist The Indigo Palms (Johnny Boon, previously known as The Lost Embers) is soon to release his brand new single, Live It Up.

No Hot Ashes: Cool Cat – single review

No Hot Ashes - Cool Cat Playing With Sound Out Now 9/10 No Hot Ashes release the single Cool Cat, their follow up to Goose, which was recorded at...

Radiohead: Burn The Witch – single review

Radiohead: Burn The Witch (XL Recordings) DL Available Now! First there was the company, then the tweets, then came the postcards before the band's website started to...

False Heads: Steal and Cheat – single review

Young East London upstarts False Heads return with a brand new single 'Steal and Cheat, their first for Gary Powell's 25 Hour Convenience Store. When...

EP Round-Up: Vanessa Murray | Franck Rabeyrolles | Empty Trail

‘Tis the Season to be jolly, or release an EP it would seem.

Listen! New single from The Anchoress

Listen to the new The Anchoress single Popular ahead of the release of her debut album in 2016

No Hot Ashes: Easy Peeler Single Launch, Kraak Gallery Manchester – live review

No Hot Ashes Single Launch & Review  Easy Peeler/Smooth (no bits) - out now 9/10 The Kraak Gallery Manchester 6th September 2015 Stockport's No Hot Ashes brought their unique...

Johnny Moped: Ain’t No Rock ‘n’ Roll Rookie | Super Woofa – single review

Two slices of classic Johnny Moped to confirm that he’s back and he can still boogie woogie.  1, 2 cut your hair - it’s 1978 all over again.

Lola in Slacks: Tramlines – single review and interview

After some attention grabbing performances in Glasgow, louche bohemians Lola in Slacks release their dramatic debut single Tramlines. Gus Ironside reviews.

Ruts DC: Jah War – single review

Macthehack reviews the Ruts DC: Jah War single which was originally released for record Store Day.

FOREVR: Demonstration – ep review

Australia's FOREVR release a "sexy shoegaze debut EP". macthehack reviews.





Flight Brigade: Chased By Wolves – album review

Seven-piece Flight Brigade deliver their second album that combines some of the familiar with a glossier eighties vibe.

Sound City Ipswich 2019 – preview

Sound City Ipswich takes place on Friday 4 October. Keith Goldhanger will be attending. Hosting...

LIFE : A Picture of Good Health – album review

LIFE - A Picture of Good Health (Afghan Moon/PIAS) Out 20th September CD/LP/DL/Streaming A Picture of Good...

Win tickets and more for London Tattoo Convention

To celebrate the 15th anniversary addition of the UK’s biggest and best-loved The London Tattoo Convention, London’s Tobacco Dock on 27th-28th-29th September 2019 is giving one of Louder Than Wars readers as change to winner a Golden Ticket for the event – worth £300.

Jason and the Scorchers |Kentucky Headhunters |Dan Baird and Homemade Sin: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

Jason & The Scorchers | The Kentucky Headhunters |Dan Baird & Homemade Sin O2 Ritz,...