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Throbbing Gristle: TG Now / Part Two – The Endless Not...

Throbbing Gristle: TG Now / Part Two - The Endless Not / A Souvenir Of Camber Sands Mute Records LP / CD / DL Out Now. The final...

Carter Tutti: Band on the Wall, Manchester – live review

Carter Tutti played a rare performance in Manchester’s Band on the Wall. Rhys Delany reviews for Louder Than War.

Chris Carter: Miscellany – album review

Chris Carter: Miscellany Mute LP / CD / DL Available Now! Throbbing Gristle / Chris & Cosey  / Carter Tutti Void polymath Chris Carter releases a slew of...

Throbbing Gristle: Journey Through A Body / Mission Of Dead Souls...

This is 'Phase Two' of the Throbbing Gristle / Mute reissue campaign. It is the dark heart. It is Conrad's trip up the Congo. 'Phase One' showed us the pillars and foundations and now we get the dressing and design. The Throbbing Gristle story will continue to inspire and intrigue those with curiosity and a thirst for the different. The story has many chapters and these three documents are some of its most important.

Throbbing Gristle Release ‘Oltre La Morte, Birth and Death’

Throbbing Gristle have shared the prepared piano piece ‘Oltre La Morte, Birth and Death’ – digitally available for the first time - ahead of...

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40 years ago R.E.M. played their first ever gig : our man was there and here is his review

In the early hours of the evening, several hundred people gathered around a collapsing episcopal church, only a short walk away from the university's main entrance.

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Perception Is The New Reality – Catching Up With IST IST Ahead of The Release of Their Debut Album

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Manchester's most haunting and idiosyncratic band are gearing up to release their debut album Architecture. Louder Than War's Dave Beech caught up with them ahead of its release.

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LISTEN! Ed Blaney new single ‘Othello’ : it’s brilliant and bonkers

I've played it ten times in a row and it doesnt lose an ounce of its mystery and its directness or its powerful poetry or its power from its pounding drums and massive northern psych stained chorus

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Kwaidan – film review

Kwaidan (1964) Director: Masaki Kobayashi Cast: Rentarō Mikuni, Keiko Kishi, Kazuo Nakamura Run time: 183 mins Format: Blu-ray Language: Japanese (with optional...

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Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar), Iceland – festival review

Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar) Reykjavik, Iceland 26 January to 4 February 2020 Reykjavík's Dark Music Days midwinter festival has...