Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres: S/T – album review

Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres S/T Original Strap Records / Cargo Records LP / CD / 2CD + DVD / CASS / DL Out now! Peter Doherty returns with his new band and shows that he still has a special touch when it comes to crafting songs that draw you into his romantic view of…

The Specials: Academy, Manchester – live review

The Specials Academy, Manchester 28th April 2019 Back in the late 70’s / early 80’s I was too young to go to gigs. So to actually get to see them reform with three founder members and release what will be one of the albums of the year – review here:  A 40th Anniversary tour is…

Otoboke Beaver: Itekoma Hits album stream & tour – news

Written by Ioan1 May, 2019 Otoboke Beaver Itekoma HitS Damnably Records Out now Louder Than War’s Ioan Humphreys gets one of the first listens to Otoboke Beaver’s latest LP. I’m no stranger to Kyoto’s punk-rock-garage quartet Otoboke Beaver having had the pleasure of reviewing one of their recent releases here and their debut album here. This band are…

Faith Eliott: Impossible Bodies – album review

Faith Eliott: Impossible Bodies OK PAL Records LP / DL Available Now. The debut album by Faith Eliott was recently released via OK PAL Records. Simon Tucker travels through the albums tales of deeply rich emotions. The driving desire to shed ones own skin and become someone new is a universal feeling. As humans we…

Watch This! ‘Journey’ previews The Claim’s first album since 1992

We are pleased to premiere the new video for ‘Journey’, the first taste of their much-anticipated album ‘The New Industrial Ballads’, their band’s first new recordings since 1992. The Claim are David Read, Dave Arnold, Martin Bishop and Stuart Ellis. Adrian Hatcher was previously with the group for 1985-87 and John Cleary in 1991-92. “Journey marks…

Watch This! Alice’s Night Circus new video for Penny Dreadful.

Most creative careers begin with the scruffy apprentice years where the fledgling artist tries different approaches, personas and aesthetics in the hopes of arriving at one that sticks. But in the case of the Sheffield-born Julia Scott of Alice’s Night Circus, there appears to be no scruffy apprenticeship in sight–Julia is one of those artists…

Siobhan Wilson The Departure – Album review

Siobhan WilsonThe Departure Suffering Fools Records CD/LP/DL 10th May 2019 Having spent the past two years writing, gigging and working on her MA, Edinburgh singer/songwriter Siobhan Wilson is back with a new semi electric guitar sound, which she’s married to a series of sophisticated essays about self identity. The album fades in with ‘The Departure’,…

Ian Prowse: Here I Lie – Album Review

Ian Prowse: Here I Lie (Kitchen Disco Records) CD/DL Release date: 26th April 2019 9/10 Liverpudlian legend Ian Prowse, of Pele and Amsterdam fame, releases what is possibly the pinnacle of his recording career to date, an album full of passion, of love, loss and tragedy where Prowse reels you in with his smoothly seductive…

Suede: O2 Guildhall, Southampton – Live Review

Live Review Suede : O2 Guildhall, Southampton Lee Ashworth covered Suede on this tour  for LTW, from the point of view of ‘An Insatiable One’ – a devoted, long-time fan.  It is one of the most perfect, astute reviews the band have ever had.  Ged Babey is more of a casual follower of the band,…

Catfish and the Bottlemen: The Balance – album review

Catfish and the Bottlemen The Balance Island Records CD/LP/DL 7/10 Available 26/04/2019 Catfish and the Bottlemen are back with a new record that will keep the huge waves of people attending their live shows and undoubtedly be a fan-pleaser in the process. On this third record, the welsh band find themselves experimenting with bigger sounds…
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