Often derided as ‘Goth City’, Leeds defined the independent music scene of the 80s from post-punk to weird-pop and dark electronica. No Leeds, no Trent Reznor
As The Sisters Of Mercy embark on their first US tour since 2008, we chat with frontman Andrew Eldritch about Maiden, 'Primark for goths' and how he once offered the makers of Grand Theft Auto a new Sisters album for free
A big chunky interview with Gareth Liddiard of Tropical F*ck Storm. Includes gale force psych and talk of mushies, bikies and why he enjoys going to hospital
She’s friends with The Glorious Sons, supported the Scorpions and she made Canada's Rock Album Of The Year 2021. Meet JJ Wilde, where classic rock meets Gen Z
The Sisters Of Mercy guitarist talks us through the songs that shaped his love of – and life in – the goth rock icons
The Sisters Of Mercy frontman Andrew Eldritch joins us for an in-depth chat about a lifetime in his band, new music and how to get a spot on Strictly
From The Birthday Party to the Bad Seeds and PJ Harvey Mick, Harvey has spent more than 40 years shaping alternative music's template. Here, he picks 12 records which define his career
Kid Congo Powers played guitar for The Gun Club, the Cramps and the Bad Seeds. He picks the 12 records that define his 40 years making music
He might have inspired Harry Potter – but that's nothing compared to the rest of his story. The Mission's Wayne Hussey talks us through his revealing new autobiography...
Andrew Eldritch is 60 years old this week. To mark the occasion, Louder picks the best tracks from The Sisters of Mercy, Leeds’ own industrial groove machine
Content includes: fighting nazis, his love of Free, why the Chili Peppers gave him a shit in a pizza box and even some stuff about music...
Ladies and gentlemen: the fabulous Jon Spencer on his new solo album, his most groovy past and the 'orange piece of shit' and 'stupid men that run the United States of America'
They toured with the Sisters of Mercy and Siouxsie and occasionally featured members of PiL and Motorhead. Now Aussie swamp rockers The Scientists are back and asking themselves, "How the fuck did we not make it?"