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A Certain Ratio new material news

A CERTAIN RATIO have shared their first new music since 2008’s Mind Made Up and announce the release of acr:set, a career spanning compilation

New band Shadowparty – new album news

ShadowParty are a band united by a fairly unusual circumstance, each member is a latter-day addition to a huge band, and here they’ve combined as synthpop’s answer to The Avengers.

Manchester’s Callow Youth – New band of the day

Callow Youth formed just over 1 year ago in April 2017 whilst the boys were still at high school. The band live in the north east of Manchester, a city renowned for its musical output. Have released some stunning debut material the band are due to release further material in 2018 and are due to play further dates in 2018. Matt Mead investigates the band, their history and their future.

A Certain Ratio album reissue and tour news

A Certain Ratio announce the final phase in their reissues series released by Mute Records. Sextet, Change The Station and Mind Made Up will...

Dave Haslam book preview and exclusive Louder Than War Interview

Matt Mead previews the book and interviews Dave exclusively for Louder Than War. All pics by Matt Squire

LIVE

Motorama: K-30, St. Petersburg – live review

Despite their Russian origin, Motorama are more likely to be seen live beyond the borders of their...

INTERVIEWS

Anticolonial Afropunk Rockers — Interview with Crystal Axis

Crystal Axis
Afropunk rockers trained as lawyers, combatting systematic oppression one performance at a time. Talking to the members...

NEWS

Watch this! Rats On Rafts new video premiere + album news

Rats On Rafts
On the lead track from their new album, the Dutch post-punk noiseniks, Rats On Rafts, have transitioned...

MEDIA

Made in Hong Kong – film review

Made in Hong Kong (1997) Director: Fruit ChanCast: Sam Lee, Yim Hui-Chi, Wenders Li Running time: 108 minutes Language: Cantonese...

FESTIVALS

Leytonstone Unplugged Festival 2020 – review

We never thought we'd be saying this but Keith Goldhanger has now reviewed every live event he's...