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Sheer Zed and The Implicit Order: You’re Not A Stranger To Me – album review

Sheer Zed and The Implicit Order: You're Not A Stranger To Me (Bandcamp) DL 3/2/2017 8.5/10 A collaboration between Wales' Sheer Zed and cult outfit The Implicit Order,...

Andrew Weatherall’s “Music’s Not For Everyone” Presents The Moine Dubh Collective: live review

Andrew Weatherall's "Music's Not For Everyone" Presents The Moine Dubh Collective Bambino Emporium of Curiosities, Crystal Palace, London 18th November 2016 Legendary Producer Andrew Weatherall recently curated a fabulous party...

The Hydra: Innervisions with Dixon and Âme – live review

The Hydra: Innervisions with Dixon and Âme Troxy, London 13th November 2016 The Hydra and Innervisions duo Dixon and Âme brought their most recent party instalment to East London's fabulous...

Marc Almond: Trials Of Eyeliner (The Anthology 1979/2016) – album review

Trials Of Eyeliner is the exceptional story of a national treasure.

Radio Europa: TyDbXx – album review

ones who were not afraid to be different

Battery Operated Orchestra: Radiation – album review

For fans of great alternative pop, this is an album for you.

Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: 1985–1990 – album review

an incredible insight into the man now in his fifth decade of music production and mixing.

Ólafur Arnalds: Late Night Tales – album review

Ólafur Arnalds Late Night Tales (Late Night Tales) LP/CD/DL 8.5/10 Available 24th June 2016 The latest in the Late Night Tales series techno/classical producer Ólafur Arnarlds take the reins...

Found Festival: Brockwell Park, London – live review

Found Festival Brockwell Park, London 11th June 2016 Last weekend South London’s Brockwell Park played host to the underground electronic sounds of the Found Festival. Paul Grace...

Nisennenmondai: #N/A – album review

Japanese minimalist techno trio release their new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews.

Underworld: Camden Roundhouse, London – live review

Underworld Camden Roundhouse, London 24th March 2016 Last weekend Underworld were on the London leg of a tour to promote acclaimed new album Barbara Barbara, we face...





Albums of The Year 2019 – the Top 50

Albums of The Year 2019 - the Top 50  as chosen by LTW Websites* regular...

Albums Of The Year 2019 – numbers 51 to 200

Albums Of The Year 2019 - numbers 51 to 200 as chosen by writers...

God Damn: Secret Lock Up Party, Minerva Works, Birmingham – live review

God Damn Minerva Works Birmingham December 7th 2019 God Damn return to an old haunt after a...

The Stranglers/Ruts DC: Berlin – live review

No one is really sure how to describe the Stranglers. They started years before punk then scared the shit out the London punks as well as out selling them with their menacing and genuinely frightening

Operation Petticoat – film review

Operation Petticoat (1959) Director: Blake Edwards Cast: Cary Grant, Tony Curtis Runtime: 124 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 2nd...