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Ronnie Burns: This Is Ronnie Burns – album review

Ronnie Burns - This Is Ronnie Burns RPM CD/DL Released 20 September 2019 Compilation of the works of Antipodean 60s pop sensation Burns, who enjoyed the patronage of...

Anton Barbeau – Natural Causes And Berliner Grotesk – album review

Album Review Anton Barbeau - Natural Causes And Berliner Grotesk Natural Causes Bandcamp Berliner Grotesk Bandcamp CD/DL Out Now The most recent two albums by Psych Pop multi-instrumentalist Barbeau, with...

Allah-Las: LAHS – album review

ALLAH-LAS LAHS Mexican Summer CD/LP/DL Released 11th October, 2019   California's psych-folk jangle-pop revivalists return for album number 4 and capture the essence of that laid-back hazy summer vibe that...

The Armoires – Zibaldone – Album Review

The Armoires - Zibaldone Big Stir CD/Vinyl Out Now The second album by Psych/Pop band the Armoires, who feature the Big Stir label's founders Christina Bulbenko and Rex...

The Human Instinct: The Human Instinct/The Four Fours 1963-68 – album...

The Human Instinct - The Human Instinct/The Four Fours 1963-68 RPM/Frenzy CD/DL Released 17th May 2019 All the Mercury/Deram single sides by the NZ psych pop outfit The...

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The 99 Degree / The Maitlands / Deh-Yey: Retro Bar – Mcr – live review

Wayne AF Carey heads out to Retro Bar and gets his ears blasted by a mixed night of totally different sounds. And a pig farmer.....

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An Interview with Toxic Chicken

Favorite physical format must be the floppy diskette. It's the poor person's choice of underground DIY, to me it looks super cool and is a challenge to fill up with interesting material.

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Negativland – TRUEFALSE – album review

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Negativland TRUEFALSE Seeland Records In an era defined in part by struggles for intellectual copyright and remuneration through streaming platforms...

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The Dogs of War – film review

The Dogs of War (1980) Director: John Irvin Cast: Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger, Colin Blakely Running time: 102 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release...

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Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...