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Over here on the flip side of reason? Till Death Do You Part
Amande PalmerOver here on the flip side of reason? Thank you Ms Palmer and Boston in general and how dangerous is it to have this Dresden Dolls album here when the beautiful thing isn’t actually out until June? There are obsessive people who would kill if they knew and don’t you just love the smell of fresh Dresden Dolls in the morning, don’t you just love waiting for packages from Boston. There are not enough hours in the days and more days in the week to fit everything in please and there is pure reason in the revolution of ideas and contradictions and let it flow on ruby Tuesday. Does any of this make sense? Does anything ever? Does it always feel better in gloves? Got that taste of  red wings and flying with a  need to be tied down again or maybe just some more contradictions from somewhere or other. Shark white, shark bone, shark bite, crank it up and let it go... another Organ and almost Friday again.. 

These are the things that have been in our ears this week, please explore and if it sounds interesting then just hit the links and make your own minds up, our reviews and thoughts are mere signposts designed to guide you to the things you might like to feast on yourselves... don’t you just love the instant hit of the www. 

IS THIS WHY YOU BOOKMARKED ME?
IMPERIAL LEISURE have now been added to the Beachdown Festival bill on August 25th  - the festival takes place on the beautiful Southern English Downs just outside Brighton, good looking bill as well - Gogol Bordello, De La Soul, Reverend & The Makers (OK, go for a bear while they’re on) and Lightspeed Champion have all been confirmed for the new Sussex festival Beachdown which is being staged over that busy busy busy festival weekend, the August Bank Holiday, 22-25 Aug. Also on the bill are Infadels, The Hat and Roy Ayers and it looks like one of the more enjoyable places to be that weekend.. Hey look, our work here is almost done now, Imperial Leisure are on their way now, our part is over - two buzzing singles that brought them some more than deserves attention when everyone had been pretty much ignoring them for a good few years. Two singles that you need to grab now while you still can before the silly prices on Ebay kick in – found a handful of the first single here today so they’re on the mailorder page, Yes indeed, our work is done, looks like they’ll be busy at the festivals all summer long and all over your daytime radio and TV if their people get it right - big if, but hey, the band are there, they have the songs, they have the energy, they have the work ethic... as much as I hate to be cynical here, but just how many great bands do we have to put on a plate only to watch the London music industry make a complete pigs ear of it all? Nah, no way they can’t mess this one up, surely not – ladies and gents, our work is done, for all your future Imperial Leisure wants and needs head on over to www.imperial-leisure.co.uk
THINGS TO GET SHOUTING  ABOUT? 
Like we already said up there, THE DRESDEN DOLLS have a new album ready to go, that’s right, they’re putting out No, Virgina, a new collection of songs, on June 2nd. Well, not an album full of entirely new material, per se, but a gathering of new songs, old demos that have now been recorded ‘properly’, B-sides and unreleased material from the Yes, Virginia sessions. Those of you paying attention will have heard a track from the new album on the Organ Resonance FM radio show last weekend – more from us up front of the release I’m sure, doesn’t sound like a collection of tracks not good enough to make the ‘real’ albums to us. .Great version of Pretty In Pink – www.dresdendolls.com

See only last week we were on about proper record shops and why you should go to them and how there would be no Organ with out Cob over there and now this from Manchester's finest metal crew I-DEF-I. The band tell us they are happy to announce both a rare acoustic performance and an after-show party either side of their forthcoming hometown show @ Manchester Club Academy on Saturday April 19th. At 2pm on April 19th vocalist Chris Maher and guitarist Tom Clements will perform a short, instore acoustic set at VIBES RECORDS in Bury as part of NATIONAL RECORD STORE DAY - on which hundreds of independent record stores across the globe  will simultaneously link and act as one with the purpose of celebrating the culture and unique place that they occupy both in their local communities and nationally. More info at www.vibesrecords.co.uk  or www.recordstoreday.com. Following the show at the Academy the band has announced an after party at local club CAGED ASYLUM. Fans 18+ can show their gig ticket on the door to get entry to the club night at a reduced rate of £4. More info at: www.cagedasylum.com
 
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Here's who got played last weekend just so you get the idea...

Organ show with Sean O on RESONANCE 104.4FM, Sunday APRIL 6th 2008, 9.00pm – On your FM dial all over London and worldwide via www.resonancefm.com. 

Who got played this week? 
1/intro: TRANSISTOR SIX – Back Yard Rocketship (Blackbean & Placenta) 
2: HEADQUARTERS – The Priest (Unlabel) 
3: GLASSGLUE – If I Were The Sky Right Now (Kaparte) 
4: HONEY RIDE ME A GOAT – Varicose Jibes (Unlabel) 
5: DRESDEN DOLLS – The Sheep Song (Roadrunner) 
6: JON ROSE – Paganini’s Last Testimony (download) 
7: MATTITHIAS – Made in China (Psychic Hamster) 
8: GREGG YETI & THE BEST LIGHTS – Deal With You Perfect (Eskimo Kiss) 
9: RADIOHEAD – Videotape – Live at the BBC (download) 
10: BLACK BONZO – Ageless Door (Laser’s Edge) 
11: VESSELS – Happy Accident (Cuckundoo) 
12: WEEZER – Dukes Of Hazard (download) 
13: 1000 HOMO DJs – Supernaut (13th Planet) 
14: TO THE BONES – Sharkie’s Bone Symphony (ORG) 
15:  SQUAREPUSHER – Welcome To Europe (Warp) 
16: SKIZZ P. CYZYK – My Boyfriend Is In Killdozer (download) 
17: LAKES – Capt. Fidanza (Unlabel) 
18: THE HIGH WIRE –  Hit A Low (Impatio) 

 

  DEMO TIME
We're just going to tell you about the very very best once a week, no more time for the average, only the most exciting - we're very very selective, when we tell you it's good then it really is goooooooood

DEMO OF THE WEEK
KOPEK - This is just wonderful - wonderful sound, wonderful artwork/packaging, uplifting creativity and a rather unique sound – music making an creative DIY at its very best. Kopek are from Brighton and it appears they can be anything anywhere between one person with a guitar and loops to a full five piece band with drums, clarinets, violins and flutes – these two pieces are just beautiful. Delicate whispered resonance, a precise focused blend of mesmerizing post-rock and inviting welcoming alt.folk. A creative delight, a whispered piece of minimalist beauty. Two beautiful songs, two richly textured sculpted songs that just promise so so much and even it should be that Kopek never ever do another thing then this would two track treasure would be more than enough. A special CD from a rather special band. www.myspace.com/kopekmusic

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Jessssssssssssus, got this demo here from this band I won’t bother naming. Look at this opening line on the press release -  “The ********* were born in the Royal Festival Hall, overcome by the raw power of Iggy Pop’s 2007 Meltdown gig, a beautiful evening and a choice selection of beers...” Gawd help us! I’d hate old Iggy to hear this insipid politeness and know he inspired it! This makes the Beautiful South seem like Maggot Slayer Overdrive on a very black and pissed off black day at the bottom of the blackest ocean in comparison. Lyrics so wet we’re embarrassed to be in the same room as them. Sarah records, once they had stopped laughing, would reject this for being too much of a wet lettuce! Is this how Iggy inspires you? What is wrong with you people, you sure you were drinking actual beer at that gig? Are you sure you were even there? You should come out of an Iggy gig wanting to be street walking cheetahs with your ice cream cornets full of napalm not sound like the insipid Field Mice too scared to leave your bedroom in case there’s a fluffy cat about! Don’t send us things like this and tell us it was Iggy and beer wot made you do it! You know it makes us mad, we've got your address now, let me call up Rip Cruncher, he'll want to come around and drink your shandy and eat your copies of Raw Power that probably have C86 compilations hidden inside... 

RIOT:NOISE – Now here’s a band who sound like they may have been born in a haze of bad beer at an Iggy Pop gig overcome by the raw power – that and maybe one too many Motley Crue wreckords and Poison overloads but hey, how welcome is this after the damn unmentionable Hillfields up there... Two slices of raw stripped down low slung glam/punk from Bristol and all very obvious but what the hell, stuff like this is supposed to be a cornball of obviousness and the spring in my head is all twisted now – www.myspace.com/riotnoisemusic

Last week's demo of the week - DIE DIE DENEUVE

Previous demo's of the week - BOMB FACTORY / KONTAKTE /ATLAS / THE HAROLD WARTOOTH / COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND / EATEN BY TIGERS / MOLLOY/ THE ATROCITY EXHIBIT / 2 OUT OF 3 RULE / THE JACKPOT GOLDEN BOYS

DEMO REVIEW ARCHIVES

NEW ALBUMS WE’RE LISTENING TO THIS WEEK
This week the best new things we’ve been listening to were... 

ALBUM OF THE WEEK
PAS CHIC CHIC – Au Contraire (Semprini) – Never heard of Pas Chic Chic before, put it on without a clue, instant love! A beautiful blend of seductive 60’s French pop and Farfisa/Mellotron wonky psychedelic delight. Don’t know who they are or where they’re from and I’m deliberately not looking at the sleeve or the press release here until I’ve absorbed it all. Classic French pop with all that effervescent warmth and that fluttering hint of not so innocent naughtiness that can only come with delicious 60’s/70’s French art/film/pop. Male and female voices taking turns with lead vocal lines, both equally intriguing and seductive, confident and in control, occasionally laced with a darkside and a hint of the sinister. Classic 60’s French art-pop delight that’s fused with a feel of now and hints of shoegazer flavoured post-rock adventure – this is not just some retro thing, feels very much something of the present rather than the past. Yes it figures that this is Roger Teller-Craig from Godspeed! You Black Emperor (as well as Fly Pam Am and Set Fire To Flames) and guitarist Radwen Moumnah is from celebrated hardcore band Cursed (a band who also featured Godspeed! And Silver Mt. Zion people), all five of them have pedigree. Marie-Douce sings and plays Farfisa, Maxo-korg and that glorious Mellotron (she also publishes her own zine called Amazine). The band are from Montreal and this is their very fine debut album and yes I have studied the sleeve and read the press release now and this really is a treat of an album that really doesn’t need too many words – open you hearts and fly to www.paschicchic.com or www.semprinirecords.com
 
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TRIBUTE TO NOTHING – Breathe How You Want To Breath (Lockjaw) – Most of their English peers threw in the towel long ago, Tribute always were a little more committed and indeed determined than most. I’ve lost track on how many albums they’ve put out now – they did start out in their very early teens though, they’re probably still at school now – oh alright, they’re probably still in their late twenties. Still that familiar Tribute To Nothing sound, those gritty hardcore trademarks of theirs, those Unsane flavours and that throaty vocal delivery. Not just churning it out though, the four of them are challenging themselves, adding to their sound, colouring things with fine-lined detail and mellow moments laced with the occasional female vocal line or post-hardcore refinement and all without ever betraying what they’ve always been about.  Day in day out, that fire still burns inside – never off the road, mostly in mainland Europe these days (actually seems like years since we actually got to catch them live). Tribute made another good record then - a gritty, real hardcore record delivered with the now expected amounts of attitude, imagination, challenging colour and far more emotion than any of those silly fashion parade hairdresser bands that clutter up stages and glossy pages these days. Nice one Tribute, there’s always a bit of hope to be found here and there in these broken in half times when Tribute To Nothing are making albums this good... www.tributetonothing.com


PSYCHOCHARGER – Curse Of The Psycho (GMR) - Tales of redneck grave-robbing zombies from outer space setting up moonshine stills and not caring enough to wash their hands (or change their underwear) . That and back from the dead motorcycle outlaws hell-bent on revenge and there ain’t no difference between saints and sinners and red right hands and Carl Perkins running down the Misfits on Billy Idols bike with the Bad Seeds and Alien Sex Fiend in chase. Or how about strange little green men in graveyards late at night, wanting your reproductive glands? We talking zombiecore psychobilly rock ‘n roll, clanging basslines and don’t go out alone after the sun goes down or they’ll have your genitals in a jamjar. Damn fine psycho-zombie rockabilly for Meteors fans and Guana Batz everywhere – www.psychocharger.com or www.gmrmusic.se

SIDEBLAST – Flight of The Moth (Cyclone Empire) – Rather good extreme metal that comes with an orchestral undertone, an onslaught of death and scream and slices of chaotic hardcore field noise. See, it doesn’t have to always be the same. An album laced with light and shade, with challenging depth  - never ever straying from those extreme metal foundations and does the flap of a butterfly’s wing in Brazil set of a tornado in Texas? Sideblast are from France and this is an ambitious blend of extreme/death/thrash metal, a powerful rage of melody and violence that takes in the excesses of Emperor, Strapping Young Lad and laces it all with some genuinely different sounds and bites and other rock challenges – impressive extreme metal that stands out from the crowd – recommended. www.myspace.com/cycloneempire or www.myspace.com/sideblast

NAVEL – Frozen Souls (Louisville) – Bleached nirvana and raw grunged up moody blues based punk rock from Switzerland. Spot on production and while they may not be breaking any new ground here they’ve certainly got the sound and the attitude nailed down just right – they seemed a little more adventurous back on that demo we reviewed and played on the radio last year. Is It You with that extra voice on vocals is where they get really out there and start to really challenge, the six minute doom-laden For A While keeps them going and takes them further out there. Mostly they’re just a classic early 90’s grunge band and you know, that’s kind of refreshing in an odd kind of way here in 2008. You  know what, I rather like Navel – www.myspace.com/navelofswitzerland

ANDI SEX GANG – Inventing New Destruction (Pink Noise) – Sex Gang Children frontman and an album that seems to have been around for a year or so already – just landed here though so we’re telling you about it today - and those strangest days are still before you, discover it and your strangest musical days will be ahead of you (where have you been? Your poker face is your mistake). And his kriminal tangos are sounding as invigorating as ever. That Batcave birthed third position and electro-noir cabaret tales of contractions and shut in the back looking through the looking glass. Lost track on how many solo albums there have been now, twenty years or more - never less then stimulating and rewarding. All kinds of psychic current 93 TVs and celebrations of dust and death, wake up and believe, forever happy. Dark psychedelia and the turning of everything on a naked head and sing sing the piper sing. Has Andi Sex Gang ever sounded so accomplished and twisted? Has he ever sounded so good? Sing sing the piper sing, smash and grab all those dreams and Byzantine Rhineline Barbies. Life is a bitch and then you die – or is it? Or is it? Or is it? First shot, in to the heartland, foot and mouth, let it in, let this album in, sow the seed, there’s so much left, hope I never have to lie – easy to let some things and some people go bye (or by), this is an exceptionally good album and you really should go and explore the beautifully bizarre world of Andi Sex Gang, there really aren’t many worlds like it and there’s far more than dust and death and Berlin and London that will get inside your head.- not just another aging fading gothgod then, oh no - highly recommended – www.myspace.com/andisexgang or www.andisexgang.com

BURNING SKIES – Greed. Filth, Abuse, Corruption (Lifeforce) – in which yet another band, this time from Bristol (although they could be from anywhere on the planet with this conforming generic sound) grind and blast their extreme metal way through some napalm peeling death-throws. All the usual riffs, blastbeats, gutteral screams, low-end cookie monster vocal and how very very good at it they are – professional, tight, well produced – just what is the point here? Why make a record that sounds like four hundred records we already heard? Why do these extreme metal bands all seem to want to conform, pull on the uniform, and make music that, while being very good at sounding like their peers and their record collections, why do they want to make music that adds nothing what so ever – what is the point? If you want some generic grindcore metal than Burning Skies are as good as anyone, indeed better than most, that we’ve heard in recent times  -  really don’t get why they don’t want to add just a little bit of identity, a hint of something that’s adding just little more, just a touch of X factor please  – right, review over, job done and now I shall remove this disc from the player and almost certainly never ever feel the need to ever play it again. – www.myspace.com/burningskies or www.lifeforcerecords.com

HERRSCHAFT – Tesla (Code666) – Futuristic electro metal, and a buzzing frothing machine driven blend of death metal and EBM bleep and crash from France - for fans of N.I.N, G.N.A and any other industrial metal band you can cut down to just those three initial letters... A global noise attack then, and actually if you like this kind of stuff and you like being stranded in the Slimelight with all the dayglo and black and cyberdog dancers then Herrschaft are really rather good...www.h-noise.com

BARELY BREATHING – Relive The Regret (Casket) – Modern blend of melodic/brutal thrash metal/metal-core from South Africa – everything thrown in the pot, boiling and bubbling over and waiting for all you followers of 36Crazyfists and Breed 77 and Divine Heresy and oh you know what I mean, modern heavy metal core, they do it well enough, fire inside, burning within.... – www.barelybreathing.co.sa or www.coprorecords.co.uk

MELEEH – Heartland (Black Star Foundation) - Oh look, singer sounds like he trying to lay a large metal egg with all kinds of rusty jagged nuts and bolts and bits sticking out. He’s screaming and yelling and clearly in punchable pain all the way through, he mever stops screaming in that irritating annoying way – punchable indeed, no sympathy here, shut the hell up a lay the damn egg in silence you damn screaming yelling annoying wuss – unlistanble vocals for people who want to be screamed at for hours and hours in some kind of relentless bratty pained kind of way.  Hours and hours he’s been screaming now, what d’ya mean, we’re only on track five!! Pass me the sledgehammer and stand well back, the only humane action – oh I know, we have this policy of only reviewing the things we like and its all positive and things are all tweety-bird nice and we have no time for the average and hell there’s a limit to our patience! This is dreadful, this is painful in the worst sense of the word, I like pain, this is just unlikable – if you want some more dreadful unbearable screamo beano meano emo and you actualyl like Enter Shiwhatever and that dreadful Bullet for my Tantrum band and oh gawd why? Why!!? No one deserves to have to listen to this, but hey, live and let live and if you really must then there’s the link to the damn Swedish screamers with the punchable singer – www.myspace.com/meleeh – oh look, you can have this copy, first person to give us a reasonably good reason why we should stick this in an envelope and send it to them can have the damn thing... I really didn’t deserve to have to listen to this... 
 
Last week's album of the week - MATTHEW RYAN

Previous album's of the week - LADYHAWK / SSM / BURMESE / CADAVER EYES / B FOR BANG / VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR / SON LUX / SURROUNDED / ALEC K REDFEARN & THE EYESORES / CHRIS SCHLARB / DANAVA
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ALBUM REVIEW ARCHIVES

  LIVE 
We're late, like every bloody emperor at the bottom of the sea and it will be here soon..
Live previously - FOUNDINGS / UNCLE PEDRO / EPIDEME / THE ENABLERS / IMPERIAL LEISURE / DAS WANDERLUST / YOU SLUT! / TRUCKERS OF HUSK / THE BOBBY McGEE’S / DR SLAGGLEBERRY / AIRBOURNE / SPIT LIKE THIS / MOUSE / GRANTURA / TO THE BONES /DäLEK / DESTRUCTO STORMBOTS / GUAPO

LIVE REVIEW ARCHIVES

  SINGLES
Single time...

SINGLE OF THE WEEK
HAYMAN, WATKINS, TROUT & LEE – Sly And The Family Stone (Fortuna Pop) – Bluegrass from East London, they don’t sound American though, despite that simple bluegrass with those fiddles and banjos and tastes of shandy made with flat lemonade – Darren Heyman from Hefner with delightful tales and being that kept man and how to afford those presents she deserves – just beautiful country tales from deepest London and shoe shopping and breezy bluegrass and yes girls shoes are great - and so is this, can’t wait for the album that’s out in May – delightful in every way and nothing what so ever to do with Sly And The Family from what I can work out – www.myspace.com/haymanwatkinstroutandlee or www.fortunapop.com

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ROYAL TREATMENT PLANT – Get Played (Light) – Fizzing alternative cutting-edge indie pop that grows and grows until you can’t help but spring around with skewed jumpiness – let’s all go out, get played and make new friends – oh we didn’t come here for that. Bouncy synthy alt.guitar pop urgency and Royal Treatment Plant at their girl-voiced infectious vitriolic poppy punky jumpy best. And then there’s the b-side Heart And Minds - a refined piece of mellow drama, eye opening emotion and another side to Royal Treatment Plant – things are coming together rather nicely, took a little time to get in to these two songs, glad I gave it the time they clearly deserve, trust and let it rule your mind...  www.myspace.com/royaltreatmentplant

Last week's single of the week - EFTERKLANG

Previously - NAVVY / MAPS / M83 / CATNAP / WHAT WOULD JESUS DRIVE? / FRIGHTENED RABBIT / CAVALERA CONSPIRACY / SILVERY / PICTURES / STE McCABE / THE DEATH SET / KUNK / DR SLAGGLEBERRY / HERZOGA

SINGLE REVIEW ARCHIVES

'RE-ISSUE/best of OF THE WEEK
SPIRITWO videoeyesTime was we could listen to everything in time, come back later or maybe next week, did you check out those Ahleuchatistas yet? 

PREVIOUSLY - AHLEUCHATISTAS / WIZARDS OF TWIDDLY / DEEP PURPLE / CANDLEMASS / MORVISCOUS / CURRENT 93 / TYPE O NEGATIVE / N.W.A  / STRIBORG / THE WEIRDOS / THE MOB / ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS / THE VERVE / KHAYA / GREASY TRUCKERS PARTY

  MEDIA, VIDEO, PRINT AND....
Till Death Do You Part - Marry Yourself

Here in the performance art world this week we find ourselves at mercy theof the great general public, for the Fierce Festival top bods have opened the doors to YOU. The Fierce programme offers an array of wonderfully sensual, dark, and humorous treats from which we can choose.   I would like to personally entice you with the fabulous talents of L. Gabrielle Penabaz; a New York Creator that My Fierce Festival are bringing to the table for 2008's International Art Festival. Penabaz is a marvel from the New York scene, a multi-media artist whose work includes fifteen years of video, music and live performance taken worldwide. Till Death Do You Part - Marry Yourself! is a small part of her infamous T.H.o.S.E. (The House of St. Eve) avant-garde events that twist together costumed staff, custom drinks and decadent performances.  Performances all of which subtly inspired by her theatrical rock band, St. Eve who toured the US and and opened for artists such as Gary Numan, Coil, and VNV Nation.  have lived with yourself long enough. It's time to make a commitment.  Yourself. Of course that's daunting, so L.Gabrielle Penabaz is here to you. The non-denominational priestess will bring harmony to the inner bride & groom of each lucky participant. There will be ritual items on hand - pieces, funky rings, flowers, candles, incense, music - like Vegas but And of course, a multiple-choice list of vows. You can come fully with all your own gear or choose from the campy selection provided. all in fun but it's deep too. It's up to you! You can be of any age and the ritual as many times as you like for the rest of your life. It's all baby. Penabaz is just here to get you going. No in-laws required.  Priestess, orders art to be kitsch and meaningful at the same time, taking as far and as deep as you, the participant want to go. You are able to your beliefs that, yes, you really would marry yourself, (monogamy may may not be essential of course!), You could go with friends, each of you a little time to be committed to yourself, whilst there to relish each nuptials. You might want to take the time out to be completely alone with thoughts and allow the priestess to encourage your faith in yourself.  Really is up to you.   I feel this is what Performance Art should about - the very word ‘performance’ should conjure enjoyable images of play-acting and merriment. Yes, there is a definite thought provoking beneath the glitter and camp, and yes, it is 'performance art', but with Death Do You Part…’ there is the element of humor, allowing the huge barrier between live art and audiences to be broken down enabling them to on an entertaining and understandable platform.   I write in that my words will encourage you to GO VOTE VOTE VOTE for the scrumptious DEATH DO YOU PART - MARRY YOURSELF! performed by the equally delectable Penabaz - as with out you there is no wedding - GO VOTE NOW! vote go to www.myfiercefestival.co.uk choose Till Death Do You Part - Marry Yourself! Please vote daily as it ends April. Vote today to keep Penabaz in the running.  Check out a short about the performance at www.thosefilms.com/love/ or www.thesainteve.com - The of the Priestess herself L.Gabrielle Penabaz 
(Bernadette-Louise)

PREVIOUSLY - ZINE: LIGHTS GO OUT #1 / LESS THAN JAKE / THE WEDDING PRESENT / PELICAN / GIANT PAW / AURAL INNOVATIONS  / PARALLEL WORLDS, PARALLEL LIVES TV documentary / NEVER MIND THE SEX PISTOLS: AN ALTERNATIVE HISTORY – DVD / THE ZINE DIRECTORY / BATH BOMB / NEMESIS TO GO #4 / DVD: MIGHTY ROBOT: SLEEP WHEN YOU ARE DEAD

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ORGAN 251 - FOUNDLINGS, MATTHEW RYAN, HEADQUARTERS, FRIGHTENED RABBIT, AHLEUCHATISTAS, MAN MAN, 4ft FINGERS, LIQUID SKY, PG.LOST, AKAHUM, JENX, EFTERKLANG, GRAMMATICS, RORY McVICAR, THE AUTHOR, COMPUTER CLUB, PURE REASON REVOLUTION, RECORD SHOPS, SHADOW ARMY... 

ORGAN 250 - THE ENABLERS, LADYHAWK, DIE DIE DENEUVE, JUNKYARD CHOIR, YOUNG HEART ATTACK, IMPERIAL LEISURE, UNCLE PEDRO, EPIDEME, FLU.ID, AYIN ALEPH, LEFT LANE CRUISER, BEATUNDERCONTROL, VOODOO SIX, NAVVY, SILVER ROCKET, LIGHTS GO OUT ZINE... 

ORGAN 249 - SSM, TALL FIRS, TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED, a.P.A.t.T, THE DEATHSET, NEX, MY UNCLE THE WOLF, NO USE FOR A NAME, MAHJONGG, SWORN AMONGST, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, LESS THAN JAKE, DAS WANDERLUST, YOU SLUT!, TRUCKERS OF HUSK, THE BOBBY McGEE’S, BOMB FACTORY, MAPS, M83, BATDAN, CHEAP ANTIQUES, INDIGO MOSS, KILL HANNAH, MY FEDERATION, THE MASS, WEDDING PRESENT, AOS3, WIZARDS OF TWIDDLY, THE SOUND OF ARROWS...

ORGAN 248 - BURMESE, CADAVER EYES, CATNAP, KONTAKTE, F*CK BUTTONS, NO NO ZERO, ADRENICIDE, LUNAR DUNES, MINISTRY, BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE, EIGHT PAGE PULLOUT, HELLO WEMBLEY, NFD, DEEP PURPLE, CARPATHIAN FOREST.. 

ORGAN 247 - ATLAS, FRIGHTENED RABBIT, WHAT WOULD JESUS DRIVE?, B FOR BANG., THE MONO GALAXY, NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS, BLACK CROWES, TANK 86, FOOT VILLAGE, SINE STAR PROJECT, SAHG, HEADCHARGER, GRENOUER, THE ERUPTORS, MINUS, THE NOTORIOUS HI-FI KILLERS, ETERNAL DEFORMITY, OCTOBER ALL OVER, FROM PLAN TO PROGRESS, I CONCUR, THE KISSAWAY TRAIL...

ORGAN 246 - Out in print right now, March  2008 edition

ORGAN 245 - VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR, YOU SLUT!, LAST HARBOUR, JENNY HUYSTON, HATE ETERNAL DR SLAGGLEBERRY, AIRBOURNE, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, CRY PARROT, PRE ...

ORGAN 244 - SON LUX, TALK, THE HIGH WIRE , SPIT LIKE THIS, DENNIS HOPPER CHOPPERS , SILVERY, MOUSE, BIRDBATH, FUNERAL CRASHERS, THE HAROLD WARTOOTH, COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND, KIDNAPPER BELL, THE DIVINE BAZE ORCHESTRA , GRAND ARCHIVES, PITCHBLEND, ACHENAR, FAMILY MACHINE, TO-MERA, CITIZEN KEYNE, OPEN THE SKIES, FAVEZ, HELP GEORGE TABB, DON AIREY, STATE RADIO,  MAGNUM. STIGMA, ANDRE MATOS, LES SAVY FAV, MENOMENA, CANDLEMASS...

ORGAN 243 - SURROUNDED, BALTIC FLEET, PICTURES, LIGHT PUPIL DILATE, RAFTER, RICHARD SWIFT, EFTERKLANG, STE McCABE, EATEN BY TIGERS, AUTOCOIL, SEEDS OF DOUBT, STAGECOACH, ALEC K REDFEARN, CHANGING MODES, JUNKBOY, THE ALPS, FLESH EATING FOUNDATION, EBONY ARK, PORCUPINE TREE, SUICIDAL WINDS, THE CROW CLUB, GRANTURA, THE DeRELLAS, ALICE AND THE MAJESTY, MORVISCOUS...

ORGAN 242 - CHRIS SCHLARB, DANAVA, BAUHAUS, THE DEAL WAS FOR THE DIAMOND, FIGHTING WITH WIRE, THE DICKIES, TUSK. PELICAN, ORCHARD TRIP, COBWEB, THE LOVED ONES, AVERSE SEFIRA, ATLANTIS, THE HUGUENOTS, FACEBREAKER, ASCENSION OF THE WATCHERS, THE DEATH SET. KUNK, THE BLAKES, YOUNG HOLLYWOOD, CURRENT 93... 

ORGAN 241 - Out in print right now, FEB 2008 edition 

ORGAN 240 - NADA SURF, HARLOTS, THIS IS HELL, DYNAMITE 8, TO THE BONES, HERZOGA, LOS, DR SLAGGLEBERRY, THE $HIT, MOLLOY, CHALOU SAINT JUDE, FABONACCI, AGES OF STONES, THE SOUND OF THE CATACOMBS, TYPE O NEGATIVE...

ORGAN 239 - TIME OF ORCHIDS, ATLAS SOUND, PLASTIC TOYS, EVANGELICALS, DRIVE BY TRUCKERS, ROTTEN SOUND, LOS SALVADORES, THE ATROCITY EXHIBIT, THE HYENAS, ENDORPHINS, BEYOND THE VOID, DäLEK, DESTRUCTO STORMBOTS, GUAPO, THE DROPKICK MURPHYS, INTERVURT....
 

 
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