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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.

The Big Peach : Down So Long – single review

Manchester's The Big Peach bring us their sixties garage rock vibe with the new single Down So Long.

Deja Vega: Who We Are – single review

Deja Vega release a superb taster single, Who We Are, ahead of the release of their second album due for release this October.

Trupa Trupa: End Of The Line – single/video review

Trupa Trupa End Of The Line Released: February 13, 2020 Glitterbeat Records (Europe)  From:  I’ll Find (EP) Release Date: March 6th, 2020 Poland's Trupa Trupa keep up the momentum...

Ist Ist: Wolves – Single & New Album Announcement

Ist Ist releases Wolves from their upcoming album Architecture. Nigel has a listen for Louder Than War.

Sissy Space Echo & The Invisible Collaborators/The Edible Eyes – Split single

Sissy Space Echo & The Invisible Collaborators / The Edible Eyes The Butterfly (Fill The Frame) / You're Void Next Phase : Normal Records Heavyweight 7” Out now All...

Trupa Trupa – Glory – Single & Video Premiere

Trupa Trupa release standout track from their album Of The Sun, Glory. Premiere of the video by internationally renowned videographer Omar Rodriguez-Lopez. 

Cold Water Swimmers – Robots – single review

Louder Than War favourites Cold Water Swimmers continue their astonishing run with new single & video Robots which came out yesterday. Nigel gives it a spin for Louder Than War.

Watch This! Leeds’ Magic Eye Pictures Wear Their Heart On Their Sleeve On New Single People’s Friend

Leeds indie poppers The Magic Eye Pictures wear their hearts on their sleeve on new single People's Freind.

Hudsun – Retrograde – single review

Hudsun launches latest epic Retrograde, which debuted at the Antic’s Sacred Trinity gig back in April. Nigel reviews for Louder Than War.

The Battery Farm: I Am A Man – single review

Manchester's The Battery Farm continue their diatribe against modern society with hard-hitting new single I Am A Man, a gut-punching slice of Doom Punk.

False Heads: Fall Around – single review

Louder Than War favourites False Heads return with the first taste of material from their forthcoming debut album.
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