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Johnny Marr: Albert Hall,  Manchester – live review

Johnny Marr comes home and shows why he's the Guv'nor.

Why the time is right for a Divine Comedy re-appreciation

In an era where Morrissey’s controversial comments are skewering his lyrical sensitivities, who can we look to for foppish forays and witty sentiments? Why, he was there all along, and his name is Neil Hannon (aka The Divine Comedy). Sam Lambeth writes a fresh appraisal of the Londonderry darling.

‘Tales of Aggro’ Matteo Sedazzari releases new novel

Author Matteo Sedarrazi releases his latest book 'Tales of Aggro', and probably his best yet, LTW take a look

The Twilight Sad: Electric Ballroom, London – live review

The Twilight Sad Camden Electric Ballroom, London 28th February 2019 A convergence of generations and genres transformed London’s Electric Ballroom into a celebration of goth-infused gloom as...

Kevin Cummins – Morrissey picture book review

Photographer Kevin Cummins has brought together a chunk of previously unseen pictures of one quarter of The Smiths, Morrissey, a new photo book entitled Alone and Palely Loitering published via Cassell Books. Matt Mead reviews for Louder Than War.

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Jason and the Scorchers |Kentucky Headhunters |Dan Baird and Homemade Sin: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

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Jason & The Scorchers | The Kentucky Headhunters |Dan Baird & Homemade Sin O2 Ritz, Manchester 14th September 2019 This...

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Renegade Soundwave – Interview

Renegade Soundwave
Matt Mead talks to original member Gary Asquith for this exclusive Renegade Soundwave interview for Louder Than War.

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Win tickets and more for London Tattoo Convention

To celebrate the 15th anniversary addition of the UK’s biggest and best-loved The London Tattoo Convention, London’s Tobacco Dock on 27th-28th-29th September 2019 is giving one of Louder Than Wars readers as change to winner a Golden Ticket for the event – worth £300.

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High Noon – film review

HIGH NOON
High Noon (1952) Director: Fred Zinnemann Cast: Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 16th September...

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Sound City Ipswich 2019 – preview

Sound City Ipswich takes place on Friday 4 October. Keith Goldhanger will be attending. Hosting over 20 acts...