Looking for genuine Merseybeat sounds these days, one of the last places on earth you should look in is Liverpool, and strangely enough, if what you feel like hearing from a moderndaze artist, is some […]
Being hailed in the original 1968 LP liners as “one of the few groups since The Beatles to possess genuine charm”, the members of Gordian Knot probably couldn’t have imagined that they were to end […]
After the recent tribute album on Twist records (reviewed elsewhere on these pages) and just in time to (almost) coincide with the similar complete-re-releases-campaign of soul mates Ed Ball & The Times, one of the […]
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Nowadays being regarded as the true ignition of primeval minimalistic garage-punk sound AND attitude, The Monks’ formula of “no-cymbals-only-tom-toms, kickass-bass-from-hell, feedback-guitar-and-electric-sixs-tring-banjo, sarcastic-brutal-organ, against yelling-and-screaming”, as conceived way back in 1965, is still something that the […]
Another thing he’s gettin’, is further down the line on his trip through time .. backwards. After coming down The Stairs’ monoarual garagey take on the mid-to-end ‘60s r’n’beat, he’d moved just a step back, […]
– The Complete Recordings 1966-1969 – After years of confusion about the true story of (the one and only, as finally confirmed) North London’s Tuesday’s Children, here comes a “re-volation” as told by Stefan Granados […]