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WARMDUSCHER : Village Underground, London – live review

Warmduscher Village Underground, London November 6th 2019 Keith Goldhanger hailed Warmduscher one of his highlights at the years Standon Calling Festival in the summer. Here he...

Meatraffle: Bastard Music – album review

After four years, Meatraffle finally sees the release of their second album, Bastard Music. Rhys Delany reviews for Louder Than War

Meatraffle: Brother – single review

South London band Meatraffle release another slice of musical socialism with single Brother, singing the praises of love found in friendship

Trashmouth on Tour: The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool – live review

Trashmouth on Tour The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool 05/11/16 The Trashmouth on Tour gig at The Shipping Forecast gave out-of-towners an opportunity to see bands who mostly play in...

Announcing Trashmouth Records Latest Compilation Album: Trashmouth Records Presents: 2015 The...

Trashmouth Records Presents: 2015 The Glory & The Pain  (Trashmouth Records) DL Available 18/12/15 Following the success of last year’s compilation ‘Thinking of Moving to Hastings’ and this...

LIVE

OtZvuki Mu- Live in St Petersburg – Review

In a continuing series, Louder than War explores the Russian live scene, which, despite COVID-19, is carrying on pretty much as normal...

INTERVIEWS

Charlie and the Lesbians -Interview

Charlie and the Lesbians are one of the hidden wonders of the Dutch alternative music scene. They...

NEWS

Louder Than Words festival announce details of online version of this November’s music and books fest

Louder Than Words Fest has been described as 'The UK's biggest music based literature festival'. Our 2020 on-line festival weekend brings together authors, artists, poets, performers, lyricists, journalists, DJs, bloggers, publishers, fans and aficionados of music and popular culture for in conversations, panel dscussions, meets and greets, workshops and more!

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

11 Band Podcasts You Need to Hear

Podcasts
With the live music scene ground to a frustrating halt, bands and musicians are finding innovative ways...