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A blog dedicated to music and all things punk
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After a four year wait and involvment with the London Olympics opening ceremony, Fuck Buttons are back with Slow Focus.

Fuck Buttons: Slow Focus - album review.

We're thrilled to have the opportunity to bring the new video by an artist that we're sure you're going to love (if you don't already) - John Lemke.

Louder Than War Premiere: New Video by John Lemke.

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GNAR TV! The Gnar Tapes & Sh*t label unveil music videos on their YouTube channel for some great, brand new summer releases.

Diy Label Gnar Tapes Music Videos Spotlight.

Forget about mainstream dance music events such as Ultra Music or Tomorrowland. Sonar Festival Official Page has been the coolest, most forward-thinking electronic music festival for two decades now. And once again this year Louder Than War were in attendance.

Twenty years of Sonar: Part one - live review.

Smiths, REM and Keith Moon biographer Tony Fletcher speaks to Louder Than War as he launches his brilliant new memoir 'Boy About Town'.

Louder Than War Interviews Renowned Biographer Tony Fletcher

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Tom Tom Club may have always stood in the shadows of the band that begat them, Talking Heads, but if the show our man was at is anything to go by they should be revered in their own right as a classic new wave synth pop band.

Tom Tom Club: 100 Club, London: live review.

Review of Everything Everything at New Slang, London. The hype-averse band give as much as their name would suggest at a recent club show.

Everything Everything: New Slang, London – live review.

Blue Collar Rhythm, White Boy Blues. Louder Than War’s Martin Copland-Gray checks out new boys The Strypes & makes some lofty comparisons. 

The Strypes: Islington Academy – live review.

Louder Than War reviews Mudhoney live in Birmingham an excellent gig by all accounts following on the back of one of the years best releases, Vanishing Point.

Mudhoney: BIRMINGHAM INSTITUTE – live review.

Louder Than War's been checking it out the debut album by those dance wizards of Oz Jagwar Ma, a band of whom it's been said that they're "bringing baggy back". A certaon Mr Noel Gallagher seems to agree because he's been cited as saying they're "more important than an Oasis reunion". Phew! To find out if we agree click through to the site...

Jagwar Ma: Howlin’ – album review.
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