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Alanas Chosnau and Mark Reeder – Children of Nature – Single Review

Alanas Chosnau and Mark Reeder Children of Nature Out Now Mixing modern minimalism with 80's cool, Alanas Chosnau and Mark Reeder prove themselves masters of all trades....

Cold Water Swimmers – Be My Sunshine – Single Review

Bracing the very depths of the pandemic, Cold Water Swimmers come storming back with an all-new summer anthem - Be My Sunshine. Not content with simply recording the track during lockdown, they hit the streets of Manchester to record an iconic video. Nigel reviews for Louder Than War!

Mellor – Lost in This World – single review

The lockdown is getting to everyone but some bands are making the most of it and releasing new stuff. Starved of getting out and watching bands, it's a great opportunity to stay in touch and listen to something new. One such band is Mellor from Reading who released Lost in The World a week ago! Nigel reviews the release for Louder Than War.

Rendacium – Breakout – Single Review – New Band from Derby

Rendacium is a young three-piece from the East Midlands who formed three years ago. Nigel Carr reviews their first single for Louder Than War.

The Broken Orchestra: Someone Just Pressed Pause – single review

The Broken Orchestra Someone Just Pressed Pause DL Out now! 9/10 The Broken Orchestra release a moving, sublime and poetic response to the horrific virus that is affecting...

Peter Bibby: Dog Act – Oceans

Single review of Peter Bibby's new song, Oceans.

Turnstiles: I.D.C – Single Review

New band Turnstiles release their fourth single I.D.C. It's a blast of cynical punk energy. Dave Beer reviews the single and wonders about the role of punk in the wider malaise.

Surreal Kinnock: Tribal Fusion – Single Review

Surreal Kinnock Tribal Fusion Strangetown Records Stream/DL Out now Cardiff based Strangetown Records' signing Surreal Kinnock come crashing in with another storming single. Dave Beer takes a listen for...

Blanks: Sweaters – Single Review

  Having made the jump from YouTube sensation to fully fledged recording artist, Blanks has reaped the benefits of his sunny, optimistic outlook by crafting...

Laundromat: Slow Clap – Single Review

Brighton based Laundromat release their second track in advance of their debut EP.

The Spitfires: (Just Won’t) Keep Me Down – Single Review

The aptly named Watford based outfit The Spitfires return with a new spiky tune.

Tim Burgess: The Mall – Single Review

Previewing his forthcoming album, Tim Burgess continues his growing solo catalogue of pop craft with a compelling new single. Dave Beer reviews it for Louder Than War.
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