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Ignore Alien Orders: On Parole With The Clash – book review

Ignore Alien Orders – On Parole With The Clash Tony Beesley & Anthony Davie (Days Like Tomorrow Books) If the maxim ‘you never forget your first...

Win a pair of tickets to the London Music Mania Record...

Win a pair of tickets to the London Music Mania Record Fair: For the latest Louder Than War competition we have teamed up with VIP...

Could this be the best ever cover version of a song...

Could this be the best ever cover version of a song by The Clash?   Well, if it's not, it's gotta be one of them. The song...

Joe Strummer: 001 – album review ‘A diverse anthology to savour’...

Joe Strummer once said without people you’re nothing, without him we wouldn’t have this diverse anthology of his music to savour and love.

Combat Ready – author Tim Satchwells new book on Combat Rock...

  Louder Than War announce the release of author Tim Satchwell's new book - 'Combat Ready' which looks back on the Clash's colourful/frustrating formative years...




The Murder Capital: Electric Ballroom, London – live review

The Murder Capital's epic music fades away, the audience erupts into cheers, and strangers embrace in grinning confirmation that tonight has indeed been a bit special


Legpuppy : interview with ‘dark Stereolab meets the lost Velvet Underground’

adventures of the Electronic/ Psych/ Punk outfit Legpuppy...............................................


WATCH : video for Joe Gideon new single

Joe Gideon whose recent Manchester gig got a rave review on LTW here, has a great off the wall video for his new single here... With songs that switch from tombstone blues to pastoral psychedelia to sparse post-punk to grinding grooves. Songs of tension and release, lyrical bon mots and rhythmic power and imagination with very English melodies entwined around the songs


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.


Peel Slowly And See Festival 2020 Review – Featuring Shortparis

Peel Slowly and See festival in Leiden delivers a great edition, with Shortparis and Neighbours Burning Neighbours.