Documentary about George Michael to be released in June

George Michael Freedom Uncut is the final work of the iconic pop musician which will be premiered worldwide on 22 June 2022. Co-directed by George Michael and his friend David Austin, and narrated by George, the story features contributions from other pop legends such Stevie Wonder, Sir Elton John,  Nile…

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Paul Weller: O2 Apollo Manchester – live photo review

Paul WellerO2 Apollo, Manchester16th April 2022 After being rescheduled twice following an 18-month long wait, Paul Weller finally took to the stage at the O2 Apollo with Louder Than War photographer (and fanboy) Michael Bond was there to capture a much anticipated and triumphant return to Manchester. Walking out to Tomorrow Never…

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Iain Matthews: I Can’t Fade Away – album review

Iain Matthews – I Can’t Fade Away Lemon 6CD/DL Released 25 March 2022 The albums that ex-Fairport Convention man Iain Matthews recorded for the Rockburgh label between 1978 to 1984, with two bonus live discs taken from concerts in 1978, 1979 and 1984 plus demos from 1982. There are also…

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Slow Faction: Culture and Other Wars – mini-album review

Album Review Slow Faction: Culture and Other Wars (self released) CD / DL  Out 9 March 2022 South London stalwarts of independent punk rock Slow Faction are no strangers to LTW. We reviewed Under Heavy Manners in 2017. Joe White Interviewed them and Unilateral Declaration of Independence was reviewed in 2019.…

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Baypoet: Translink – album review

Baypoet: Translink (Sprechen) SM052 DL Out March 12th Baypoet’s Translink is rumoured to be one of Sprechen’s favourite releases to date. Perhaps more so because of its adherence to the label’s manifesto which works to dissolve barriers between musical worlds and build bridges between them all. By Ryan Walker. Sprechen…

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