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Various Artists: Lampaign – Ireland – Album review

This Lampaigh compilation from Dead Lamb Records gives a taste of what the current Irish punk scene has to offer in the form of 12 bands.

Interview: Girls Names – the Belfast post punk band talk to...

Interview: Girls Names - the Belfast post punk band talk to Louder Than War on the day their brilliant third album drops

Paranoid Visions: Two Black Eyes – album review and band...

It’s easy to gravitate to lyrics in a Paranoid Visions tune, and Bloody Road to Freedom are some of the best. Deko tears through the history of "the troubles" in Ireland, demonstrating every side's accountability. Recently a fan made light of the band's history of punning U2, and their pastiche of similar dialogue with some clever video editing. Bono and co weren't happy. U2 use it as background to elevate trite, Paranoid Visions are intertwined in it's tapestry. .

Mohican Jack: Out to Win – ep review

Belfast's Mohican Jack release Out to Win, an EP filled with the rage, the aggression and the passion that one's come to expect from a hardcore band. Louder Than War's Andy Carrington reviews.

Classic gig photo Review : The Ramones : Ulster Hall :...

Without argument The Ramones are one of the greatest live bands ever. Here they are captured in their prime at the Ulster hall in Belfast in 1980 by Buck Defect who also plays in the classic Irish punk The Defects- please fo an support them and join The Defects facebook page.

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HMLTD: The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham – live review

HMLTD The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham 16th February 2020 HMLTD defy all the odds to release a stellar debut album....

INTERVIEWS

Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview

Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview by Paul Clarke In a long and...

NEWS

Massive Attack announce special Japanese Mezzanine dates

Last year's tour where they played the album was brilliant, brooding and baffling in every great way possible. The band have announced two shows in Tokyo put on by the legendary Somewhere festival people.

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Jojo Rabbit – film review

Jojo Rabbit
Jojo Rabbit is the Holocaust comedy that combines hilarity and sentiment in equal measure. Tim Cooper acclaims the film that's the talk of awards season.

FESTIVALS

Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington – second wave annoucement

Neighbourhood Weekender 23-24 May 2019 The North West's biggest indie festival just got bigger - Gang Of Youths, The...