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Elija James and the Nightmares: Liverpool, District – live review

Elija James and The Nightmares reveal their new eight-piece line-up at a packed gig at District in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle.

Taman Shud: Oracle War – album review

Taman Shud - Oracle War DL/LP Released on 30th September 2016 9/10 For the lovers of the darkest depths of psychedelia, Taman Shud release their second album Oracle...

Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia 2016: preview

Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia: preview Event: 23/24 September 2016 Roxy Gillespie 16 August 2016 The immersive creative experience of Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia 2016...

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...

Interview: Liam May of Trashmouth Records

Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie interviews Trashmouth Records's head honcho Liam May. Trashmouth Records already have a whiff of notoriety about them, due to their...

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

Known Pleasures – Putting Pop Culture On Display (Mat Bancroft interviewed)

Known Pleasures - Putting Pop Culture On Display Interview with Mat Bancroft - Curator, archivist and Art Director   You...

NEWS

Blackpool’s Almost Acoustic Club announce first live gigs inc Dave Sharp

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Blackpool based Almost Acoustic Club announce first live gigs inc Dave Sharp As the coronavirus pandemic continues to...

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...