Brighton's Porridge Radio team up with Chicago's Lala Lala for new collaborative single Good For You recorded in lockdown.
The visceral genius of Killing Jone pops up in some strange places...next year the legendary UK band will be special guests for the Hollywood Vampires mini UK stadium tour...
Max Richter’s trailblazing 2015 composition Sleep is now available to download with the launch of a new app. The app enables listeners to reimagine the...
The UK's music scene is one of the most treasured in the world. The virus has put it on the edge of the collapse. The government need to help...please join the campaign to bring their attention to what needs to be done...
Björk will be performing 3 special matinee performances in association with Iceland Airwaves, which will be live-streamed online and raise money for domestic women’s charities worldwide. With Iceland now reopening after the COVID-19 pandemic, the shows will take place with a live audience at Reykjavík’s Harpa Hall on the 9th, 15th and 23rd August.
Conformists' production work is distinguished and full of unique character; staying leftfield but fresh and ahead of others; meticulous, dense and layered, revealing hidden detail with every listen
Tilly and the Wall reissue mini-album Woo! and retrospective collection I Want To Fu<3k It Up.
With their new album, Got Lucky, about to drop, Lucy And The Rats have released a new video for the song On Fire. London-based bubblegum...
The original rude boy and girl are back with a great new reggae ska soaked single Lockdown.
Having previously featured on the pages of Louder Than War before, Manchester's MCRAE return with Show Me, their most nuanced release to date.
Dutch Rapper Sim Fane drops brings new colour to music on second single Don't Let Me Down.
Stuart Moxham & Louis Philippe - The Devil Laughs Tiny Global Productions CD/DL Released 17 July 2020 Two...
Distant relatives of the IDLES, Fontaines DC axis of 21st century incendiary guitar, the band are making their own headway and sound increasingly vital as John Robb finds out in this lockdown interview.
Banksy was out and about earlier this week leaving a trail of typically thought provoking and powerful art pieces on London tube trains...who promptly removed it