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Cold Water Swimmers – Burn Your Idols – Exclusive First Listen!

Manchester Cold Water Swimmers keep the good stuff coming with their latest release, Burn Your Idols which is out on 21 June. Nigel Carr reviews with photo by Paul Husband.

Broken Down Golf Cart: Full Hotel Weekend – single review

Good Problems vocalist Jen Baranick releases her solo tracks as Broken Down Golf Cart. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews recent release Full Hotel Weekend.

Manalishi: Zipper Mouth – single review

Snarling grunge/ alternative trio Manalishi bring out furiously visceral single Zipper Mouth.

Trupa Trupa – Remainder – Single & Video Review

Trupa Trupa Remainder Single DL/Out Now   Poland's Trupa Trupa release Remainder from the upcoming album - Of The Sun, due out this September. Nigel reviews the track and video for...

LIINES: On And On – single review

Primal. Urgent. Relentless. LIINES time is now.

Heavy Salad: Routine Dream – single review

New Manchester alternative psych-pop trio Heavy Salad release their single Routine Dream. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews.

Declan Welsh & The Decadent West: Absurd – single review

Musician and poet Declan Welsh and his band The Decadent West release a thought-provoking and beautifully crafted slice of indie with their new single Absurd.

Sly Antics – Reality, single review

Sly Antics, Hebden Bridge’s finest, now down to a duo release the epic Reality - tomorrow 5th April. Nigel Carr reviews for Louder Than War.

God On My Right – Dark – single review

Liverpool's God On My Right release their new EP GOLDEN on March 29th with the lead track Dark out today. Nigel takes a listen for Louder Than War!

The Scuttlers – Lies In The Sky – single review

The Scuttlers release their debut single Lies in The Sky with a stunningly original video which you can watch here!

Cold Water Swimmers – Summer Breeze/I’ll Be Your Witness – double A side review

Cold Water Swimmers debut with new release Summer Breeze b/w I’ll be your witness on the 18 March. Nigel Carr reviews the tracks for Louder Than War!

Light Emitting Dinosaurs: Ambition – single review

Jazz-Rock band Light Emitting Dinosaurs bring out their debut single Ambition, a surreal, futuristic track with a great animated video.

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