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Wilko Johnson – interview

Wilko Johnson chats with Louder Than War’s Andy Duke about Marijuana and his latest album of new material in 30 years – Blow Your Mind.

Wilko Johnson: Blow Your Mind – album review

Wilko Johnson should be dead, but he’s back with a new album that sounds like his life depends on it. Andy Duke reviews the Canvey Island native’s Blow Your Mind.

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.

Gavin Martin: Talking Musical Revolutions – Album Review

A fine piece of music-meets-poetry from the new album by Gavin Martin

Status Quo / Wilko Johnson: Glasgow – live review & photo...

Status Quo / The Hydro, Glasgow Friday 4th December 2015 Words: John Millar Pics: Dod Morrison Sadly, an electrical problem (possibly caused by the onset of Storm...

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Working Mens Club: Manchester YES – livecast gig review

A classic gig that cuts through livecast Working Mens Club are one of most exciting bands in the UK who transcend these times and the tech to deliver a dark death disco perfection...

INTERVIEWS

WATCH THIS! Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai) in depth interview with John Robb

Mogwai have been reshaping post rock or whatever you want to call that space for years now. In truth they operate brilliantly in the shadows of post punk, soundscape, soundtrack and even Goth to create stunning spectral pieces that are captivating and thrilling. They are also eloquent and outspoken as John Robb found out when he spoke to band member Stuart Braithwaite.

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Best SPARKS cover ever? Mary T & Bruce Brand perform ‘This Town…’

Best SPARKS cover ever? Mary T & Bruce Brand perform 'This Town Ain't Big Enough For the...

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Tokyo Story – film review

Tokyo Story (1953) Director: Yasujirō Ozu Cast: Hideo Fujino, Ayako Katsuragi, Mieko Takamine Language: Japanese (with optional English subtitles) Run time:...

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Keith Goldhanger’s Things To Do Festival #2 April 18th 2020.

Keith Goldhanger has arranged a second on line music festival featuring more of his favourite bands that takes place on Saturday 18th April 2020.