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The Strypes: Hebden Bridge Trades Club – live review

Louder Than War's Paul Clarke goes to Hebbden Bridge Trades Club to catch a gig by The Strypes. He finds some excellent rhythm and blues in a performance that thrilled the audience with an electric mix of tracks from their debut single to their third studio album, Spitting Image.

The Strypes: The Ritz, Manchester – Live + Photo Review

The Strypes The Ritz, Manchester 26th September 2015 Louder Than War's Katie Clare (Words) and Melanie Smith (photos) check out young Irish band The Strypes at The...

The Strypes: Tokyo – live review

There is vivacity and zest that is hard not to be dragged along with, certainly no one here is fighting the feel good vibes flooding the humid air.

The Strypes: Snapshot – album review

It says a lot for the perceived state of rock n roll that any sprightly guitar album from a young band is held up as a great work and a revival in real talent as opposed to the X Factor judge soap opera. But then the Strypes are not just any band.

The Strypes: Islington Academy – live review

Louder Than War's Martin Copland-Gray checks out new boys The Strypes & makes some lofty comparisons.




Imogen Heap: The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester – live review

Imogen Heap 3 © Melanie Smith
Imogen Heap | Frou Frou The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester 12th November 2019 Cazz Blase and Melanie Smith (photos) watch...


Nightingales: No Love Lost – Vinyl reissue reviewed

Album Review Nightingales - No Love Lost  Limited Edition Double Vinyl / DL  Available to download and pre-order vinyl 15...


Trupa Trupa – Of The Sun – Album Review

Trupa Trupa - Of The Sun
Gdansk's Trupa Trupa release a career defining album in Of The Sun. Out Now - Nigel Carr reviews the album for Louder Than War!


The Dogs of War – film review

The Dogs of War (1980) Director: John Irvin Cast: Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger, Colin Blakely Running time: 102 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release...


Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...