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Value Void: Sentimental – album review

Value Void don't reinvent the wheel and don't pretend to: they're just demonstrating that wheels work perfectly well in their most primitive form. Tim Cooper enjoys the London trio's proto-punk debut.

Phosphorescent – C’est La Vie: album review

Phosphorescent's seventh album, following a five-year hiatus filled with drastic life changes, brings a sonic twist to the country-rock roots of Americana, filled with songs of strength and survival. Tim Cooper falls under its spell.

Television – Marquee Moon: album review

How do you improve on perfection? You don't, obviously, because you can't. The best you can do is to repackage it and put it on coloured vinyl with an extra disc of goodies. That's what Rhino Records have done with Marquee Moon by Television - much to the delight of Tim Cooper.

Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel – album...

Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett's second solo album Tell Me How You Really Feel gets the thumbs-up from Louder Than War's Tim Cooper

Jah Wobble & MoMo Project – Maghrebi Jazz

Jah Wobble & MoMo Project. Tim Cooper reviews the new Record Store Day release for Louder Than War

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40 years ago R.E.M. played their first ever gig : our man was there and here is his review

In the early hours of the evening, several hundred people gathered around a collapsing episcopal church, only a short walk away from the university's main entrance.

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Perception Is The New Reality – Catching Up With IST IST Ahead of The Release of Their Debut Album

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Manchester's most haunting and idiosyncratic band are gearing up to release their debut album Architecture. Louder Than War's Dave Beech caught up with them ahead of its release.

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LISTEN! Ed Blaney new single ‘Othello’ : it’s brilliant and bonkers

I've played it ten times in a row and it doesnt lose an ounce of its mystery and its directness or its powerful poetry or its power from its pounding drums and massive northern psych stained chorus

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Kwaidan – film review

Kwaidan (1964) Director: Masaki Kobayashi Cast: Rentarō Mikuni, Keiko Kishi, Kazuo Nakamura Run time: 183 mins Format: Blu-ray Language: Japanese (with optional...

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Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar), Iceland – festival review

Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar) Reykjavik, Iceland 26 January to 4 February 2020 Reykjavík's Dark Music Days midwinter festival has...