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Paul and The Tall Trees – So Long – album review

Paul & The Tall Trees release their new long player So Long on Big Crown records continuing their rapid clime to the upper echelons of soul. Matt Mead reviews the album for Louder Than War.

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry: new dub album feat. Brian Eno, with Adrian Sherwood

If ‘Rainford’ is 2019’s ‘Roast Fish, Collie Weed & Corn Bread’, then ‘Heavy Rain’ is its ‘Super Ape’.

Could this be the Divided Kingdom’s new ‘National Anthem’? Comet Gain point the finger…

Could this be the Divided Kingdom's new 'National Anthem'? Comet Gain point the finger. Ged Babey asks the question.  Well, could it? or is it...

After London Announce New Single ‘You Know What I Mean’ – LTW Premier

Big, gritty, alternative rock compared to the likes of Dream Wife and Wolf Alice, After London have an immense energy that can be heard...

Larry Wallis RIP an obituary of a rock n roll legend

his death represents a further conclusion of the spirit of rebellion, musical anarchy and socially conscious satire that blossomed in the hippy era and crystallised in punk a decade later.

GUO Announce New Audiovisual Performance In Collaboration With Brady Corbet

To coincide with the release of GUO4 (out today via Mute) GUO (Daniel Blumberg & Seymour Wright) have announced a new audiovisual performance -...

Russell Taylor (Crocodile Records) – a tribute

  Tributes for Russell Taylor, founder and self-titled Grand Fromage of Manchester-based Crocodile Records, are coming in from the garage rock world around the globe...

The Rising with special guests Stepford Wives: The Salty Dog, Northwich 21/9/2019 Gig Preview

Wayne AF Carey gets on one about one of the gigs of the weekend!

RIDE – This Is Not A Safe Place – album review

Louder Than War's Matt Mead reviews the exciting new album from 90's Shoegaze icons RIDE.

The original Camden market to close

what was once the vibrant epicentre of pop culture has been changing for decades

Watch This! Cellista’s You Can’t Go Home Again – a dystopian wakening call

Cellista’s curatorial style and performance defies stereotypes and even genre-related pigeonholing due to the diverse styles

Win tickets and more for London Tattoo Convention

To celebrate the 15th anniversary addition of the UK’s biggest and best-loved The London Tattoo Convention, London’s Tobacco Dock on 27th-28th-29th September 2019 is giving one of Louder Than Wars readers as change to winner a Golden Ticket for the event – worth £300.

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