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Johann Johannsson: Sicario Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – album review

Listen to it close up close up and you’ll discover something rather special

Xiu Xiu: Sage, Gateshead – live review

Xiu Xiu play the music of Twin Peaks Sage, Gateshead 5th October 2015 An evening that transcends the traditional, as the Sage and Xiu Xiu go all...

New Artist of the Day: [retreat] – A Public Witness Program EP review

Made up of members of Barnsley's musical elite, are a local supergroup of sorts that are making waves in South Yorkshire and beyond. Louder Than War's Jason White gives us more.

Brian Reitzell: 30 Days Of Night OST – album review

Brian Reitzell: 30 Days Of Night OST (Invada Records) 2xLP (Blood Red) Available on Record Store Day April 18th 10 / 10 Brian Reitzell is one of the...

Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow: Ex-Machina OST – album review

Simon Tucker reviews Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow latest collaboration - the soundtrack for Alex Garland's directorial debut, Ex-Machina.

Roy Moller: My Week Beats Your Year – album review

Roy Moller - My Week Beats Your Year (Stereogram Recordings) DL only Available now 10/10 Cult singer-songwriter and poet Roy Moller releases an intelligent and warm-hearted collection...

Cliff Martinez: Far Cry 4 Original Game Soundtrack – album review

Cliff Martinez: Far Cry 4 Original Game - album review. Acclaimed Hollywood composer releases game soundtrack.





Alison Cotton – Only Darkness Now – Review

Cardinal Fuzz (UK) and Feeding Tube (US). One of the more notable feelings you get...

Sonja Tofik — Anomi Review

Embrace the Stygian gloom od Sonja Tofik's first full length LP, Anomi.

Beabadoobee: Fake It Flowers – album review

Beabadoobee - Fake it Flowers        Dirty Hit All Formats Out now.     They say write about what you...

Diversity in Deventer – Esc.rec Label Feature

A major feature on Esc.rec, of the most intriguing independent labels in the Netherlands

Dead End America – interview and EP news

Dead End America - Dan Volohov interviews the band releasing their first EP "Crush The Machine" for Louder Than War