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The Blackheart Orchestra: Mesmeranto – album review

Put in simple terms, the Manchester-ish duo turn out their best album. We get all weepy and emotional with Mesmeranto by The Blackheart Orchestra.

Cherry Red announce Dinosaur Jr reissues – news

Cherry Red Records have announced that they will release four Dinosaur Jr albums, each with extra rarities. Released between 1991 and 1997, the four albums...

Various Artists: Optimism/Reject – Punk & Post Punk Meets DIY Aesthetic...

Optimism/Reject, a new 4CD set which looks at the golden years of UK Indie 1977-81.

Rosalie Cunningham: s/t – album review

ROSALIE CUNNINGHAM: s/t Cherry Red Records/Esoteric Recordings CD / DL  / vinyl Released 27 July 2019 Anyone seduced by the psychedelic guitar rock charge of Purson yet disappointed...

Procol Harum: Broken Barricades expanded & remastered – album review

The remastered and extended release of Broken Barricades, the latest from the Procol Harum catalogue features lots of extra tracks on this belter of a re-issue.

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The Amazons: Academy, Manchester – live photo review

The Amazons Academy, Manchester November 16th 2019 Louder Than War photographer Michael Bond, captured The Amazons at a sold out...

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Nightingales: No Love Lost – Vinyl reissue reviewed

Album Review Nightingales - No Love Lost  Limited Edition Double Vinyl / DL  Available to download and pre-order vinyl 15...

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Trupa Trupa – Of The Sun – Album Review

Trupa Trupa - Of The Sun
Gdansk's Trupa Trupa release a career defining album in Of The Sun. Out Now - Nigel Carr reviews the album for Louder Than War!

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The African Queen – film review

The African Queen (1951) Director: John Huston Cast: Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn Run Time: 105 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 18...

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Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...