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Isn’t this where the problem lies? Armed opposition and shriek and dance to a different noise for if art is alive then we know we have culture and culture is the antidote to propaganda, the only thing that really is subversive is the idea of thought. Shriek thin fatty girls and the changing the big business status quo and don’t just consume all that we’re trained to suck up.  We don’t want to be miserable, we want to change things she said, she said she was the inventor of the anarchy sign and that we should vote for Ken as well – I don’t know about that, besides the Ken bit, I mean do we want the other idiot in? We haven’t forgotten the Poll Tax yet. Vivian? Lovelock? Who’s he? Mistreating who? Shriek thin fatty girls, Shriek thin fatty boys, Girl boy world puts heads in a whirl. This week’s on-line version of Organ then, May Day.... 

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?
ART ATTACK - I know we said this last week, hey, we're going to say it again, paint the town and pull the advertising down. May 1st-15th sees the return to the capital of the Street Blitz – the interactive way to conduct guerrilla art. The idea is to use the whole city as an open gallery. Install your art, or creative urban landscape subversion, and then post up details on the Blitz website map with text and pics to encourage others to visit / enjoy / join in. As the organisers say, "The corporate image factory doesn't ask your permission to push images in your face so neither should we seek consent in order to leave our own mark on the city..." Get yer paint out and see www.streetblitz.org

EFTERKLANG have announced that they will return to UK shores this summer for a string of live dates, including various festivals. We’ve told you about them before, played them to death on out TV and radio shows, here’s the dates:  11 Jul: Big Day Out, Bracknell, 12 Jul: Supersonic Festival, Birmingham, 13 Jul: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (With Bracken & James Yates), 14 Jul: Arts Centre, Norwich, 19 Jul: Analog Festival, Dublin (With Tortoise), 9 Aug: Field Day, London, 10 Aug: Summer Sundae Festival, Leicester. You can watch the video for their recently-released single 'Caravan' here

THINGS TO GET SHOUTING  ABOUT?
VILE LIVE CREATURES are back in action, just like we told you on the radio last Sunday: “Hello, So, we've got some good news... We have a new line up; Julia [most recently in the ace Fake Tan] is the new member of VVC. She will be drumming at a gig near you very soon. *balloons drop from the ceiling, sticky cake gets eaten* Needless to say we're very excited and they'll be Party Rings a go go. Our first gig for what seems like ages is going to be Ladyfest London on May 10th. Yikes! More good news...We're going on tour with Pop Underground Heroes Sad Shields from 25th May - 30th May visiting places such as Sheffield, Oxford, Exeter, Bradford plus more TBC. For more details such as Venues check out our Myspace. This is very exciting!!!! There will even be merchandise.  We've also put up some new recordings of Break Like Bones and Ghosts and Ghouls which will be available very soon through Bollox [a split with Salty Lips] we'll also have copies for Ladyfest and the tour. Big big love VVCs” – Now do as they say and find out more over at www.myspace.com/vilevilecreatures
 
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SENSER TOUR AND STRAWBERRY FAIR – one of the best festivals of the year, and it has been for many a year, free as well, a proper festival, right in the middle of Cambridge, there for every one - anarcho punk rock bands, little old ladys selling home made jam and cakes . 
        “Hope you're good. We've booked a Senser UK tour, be great if you could mention the dates in Organ” said the e.mail. And here it is... The End Of The World Show UK Tour: 30/5 Brickyard Carlisle, 31/5 Barfly Glasgow, 4/6  Barfly Birmingham, 5/6 Bierkeller Bristol, 6/6 Phoenix  Exeter, 7/6 Strawberry Fair (Headline) Cambridge, 8/6 Little Civic Wolverhampton, 12/6 Barfly Brighton, 13/6 Talking Heads  Southampton, 19/6 Underworld London, 20/6 Furnace Swindon, 21/6 Rio’s Leeds. TALULA are the support band for all shows. Links: www.myspace.com/senserband / www.myspace.com/talula / www.strawberry-fair.org.uk
 
ELECTRONIC MUSIC PIONEER TRISTRAM CARY DIES - British composer Tristram Cary, a pioneer in electronic music, has died in Australia aged 82. Born in Oxford in 1925, the son of novelist Joyce Cary, he developed his own electronic and tape music whilst working as a radar engineer for the Royal Navy during World War II and is regarded as one of the earliest pioneers of these musical forms. In 1967, he created the first electronic music studio of the Royal College Of Music and was co designer of the EMS VCS3 portable synthesiser used by many avant-garde musicians in the 60s. He is also remembered for his soundtrack music for film, TV, radio and theatre, which included compositions for 'Doctor Who' and Ealing comedy 'The Ladykillers'. Cary is reported to have died due to a complication during surgery in Adelaide on 24 Apr.
  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
A CUP OF TEA –  EP2b - “We use two laptops and various other bits and bobs...” and how fine is this? A duo with some deliciously sublime blips and bleeps and glitching warmth and glowing melodies. Tasty organic electronica and live real-time manipulation and simple mellow instrumental goodness. Tasty warm and tasty good - as good as a fine cup of tea, a five track treat of a CD that needs no more words from me, a pure pleasure – www.myspace.com/acupofteaforyouandme

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O – A three track demo from a band called O, not the rather good O with that little American punky-rap guy who were around London and flavour of the month for a week or two one day back there. No, this O are a different new O and this O have a raw alternative English indie-rock energy. A fuzzier dirtier Foo Fighters kind of thing, Anyone remember Kinesis? Reuben? Not massively different to many things we’ve heard before, worth keeping an eye and an ear on them just to see what happens – www.oband.co.uk

Last week's demo of the week - NARRATION / HOT DAMN

Previous demo's of the week - KOPEK / DIE DIE DENEUVE / BOMB FACTORY / KONTAKTE /ATLAS / THE HAROLD WARTOOTH / COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND / EATEN BY TIGERS / MOLLOY/ THE ATROCITY EXHIBIT

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

ALBUM OF THE WEEK
PROJECT SERENDIPITY – Linear Lullabies (Hollow Soul) – Pleasant soothing instrumental post-rock flavoured organic electronica and time and space and refined glitch, crackle, buzz and scratch. Relaxing energizing game arcades and sixtyfivedays of electronic warmth and creative glow. Now we can’t say that there’s an awful lot going on here in terms of ground breaking boundary pushing musical art but we can say this is rather rewardingly beautiful and uplifting and extremely enjoyable. Clever, rewarding, complex without ever becoming cluttered, a healthy example of less being more. Gentle guitars, bright glokenspiel, warm melodica and all flowing in such an easy to listen to manner. Inviting, glowing, welcoming, delightfully creative and just right – in fact, rather highly recommended – all 32 precise concise glitching twitching jumping slices of it. www.myspace.com/projectserendipity or www.hollowsoulrecords.co.uk oh and there might just be a free download of the 23rd track Passing Trains to be found via www.marionette-records.co.uk
 
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MARY HALVORSON and WEASEL WALTER – Opulence (ugExplode) – Now let’s nail some colours up here, Weasel Walter is always worth checking out, his band The Flying Luttenbachers are (or were) a consistently vital slice of seriously hard-boiled hardcore other noise post rock high-art sonic violence, probably of the very best bands ever. Right, colours nailed, you know we stand. Recorded live at John Zorn’s club, The Stone, in New York, in 2007; “A first time meeting between East Coast guitar diva Mary Halvorson and West Coast drumming iconoclast Weasel Walter! Eight tracks of totally telepathic improvisation you might swear was written and rehearsed. This is the sound of a higher form of musical communication – profound, rocking and funny all at the same time!” – not sure about the funny bit, this is seriously good telepathic improvisation, spontaneous free form hardboiled avant guitar and drum instrumental hyperactive split-second pin-point goodness. Hardboiled and precise and challenging but the key here is that this is really really enjoyable - this may be difficult and clever, but this is easy to listen to, to enjoy, to flow with, this is just very enjoyable. Jazz, prog, no-wave freeform colour and brilliant interaction between the two of them – fast moving, varied and every bit as good as we now expecting anything involving Weasel Walter to be – recommended - www.nowave.pair.com/ugexplode

ZOMBIE ZOMBIE – A Land For Renegades (Versatile) – Dark keyboard drones and forward moving krautrock cinematic tunes. Organic electronica and a more than healthy hint of Goblin, that and 70’s b-movie soundtracks. All very John Carpenter and sinister prog-kraut and don’t go out on those streets after dark instrumental Edgar Froese goodness. A fine collection of vintage synths, live real drums and a warm resonating sound. Zombie zombie indeed. www.versatilerecords.com

LANGHORNE SLIM – Langhorne Slim (Kemado) – Thirteen servings of breezy indie-folky Americana and busy strumming and songstering and whether I’m right or whether wrong... There’s some soul here and a call to something or other and oh look, a click on a link and you can hear for yourself - all we wanted was a good song, a bottle and no one missing, step in to the light... www.myspace.com/langhorneslim

THEATRES DES VAMPIRES – Anima Noir (Aural) – They’ve gone all goth pop-metal and lost all the drama and danger and that dark progressive operatic edge and the bloody bite... Guess the HIM fans will like it, what a disappointment. www.theatres-des-vampires.com

NOZZLE – Empires (Flower Mountain) – Third album from the English band who always appear to be a bigger deal overseas than they are here. Dave Bloomberg, sometimes part of New Model Army, with a hard-edged three piece who blend anthemic hard rock and British pop music in a rather decent way. An Oasis kind of thing, Oasis without the Manc swagger, Ocean Colour Scene... Classy guitar sounds, spot on production, some very personal lyrics, not massively exciting us but then neither do bands like Oasis, if it sounds like your thing then here it is... www.nozzle.org.uk

GRAVE – Dominion VIII (Regain) – It which the relentlessly brutal extreme metal band thrash and growl and riff and doom their way through and album’s worth of annihilated stains of hate and a whole world of brooding violent musical darkness...  No hint of any light and shade, no hint of a relent and no real hint of anything you haven’t heard before – just relentless, brutal and very very heavy... very very very heavy. .... very very very heavy and um... well... um... next please -  www.grave.se or www.regainrecords.com

THE SUN PAULO – Electric Wisdom Squad (Malicious Damage) – Acid driven rock guitar, funk and frothing electronic dance rhythms mated together to bring you an instrumental roller coaster ride... Think Santana, Mahavishnu, Allman Brothers go techno/festi/Goa beatific. They’re from Japan (great stage costumes), great version of Bacharach’s Close To You, investigate if it sounds like it may float your boat, doesn't float mine much - via www.maliciousdamage.co.uk

EARTHLING SOCIETY – Beauty And The Beast (4Zero) – Various shades of relaxed space rock and Seventies flavoured West Coast psychedelic song-based atmosphere – sounds more like San Francisco than their home town of Manchester. Mellow Todd Rundgren/Kevin Ayres moods and mostly an uplifting floating relaxed psychedelic acid folk thing. All very “nice” and just maybe a little twee and floaty and dare we say hippy dripping? All well and good if that’s where your head is at I guess. The opening track promised something far more drenched in healthy angst and sinister paranoia before they took their happy poppies and went off with their kosmiche sunshine and acid weaves in to their happy early Seventies psychedelic underground time machine, this week's album's aren't really impressing that much – www.4zerorecords.co.uk

WHITESNAKE – Good To Be Bad (SPV) – New Whitesnake album then, does anyone care these days? Don’t recognise any of these band member names beside Coverdale himself, not really cared that much since they started changing lyrics and lines and sold their soul to fake tans, America and MTV sometime after their last anywhere near decent album Saints And Sinners. This is probably the best album since those good old days of 'proper' Whitesnake - still that squeaky clean North American modern sound rather than their best days and hard rock and soulful blues of say Lovehunter or Ready ‘n Willing - this is the best album not to feature the old school sound of Moody or Marsden. Mind you. pretty much everything any band called Whitesnake has done since those good days has been rather detestable. Good To Be Bad has a hint of those earlier blues based hard rock times, a hint of the old soul of Whitesnake proper -  the guitars are still screeching far too much and things are still far too polished and American-slick, this isn’t anywhere near as bad as most of the recent albums though. Goes without saying that David Coverdale’s lyrics are the usual nonsense, all that waving of his whitesnake and those dodgy shadows of the midnight sun and hiding in the tears of the rain because love is a stranger behind a rainbow – “it’s very butch, very muscular..” he says, and it probably is, Dacid is s ohetro after all - "anal love in the heart of city - sing it Hammersmith....". Tougher than ever, harder, rocking (well besides the three ballads). Whitesnake were once a great English band with their roots in the 70’s and the hard rock of Deep Purple, this Whitesnake, besides the still excellent voice of Coverdale, bares very little resemblance to that band much loved by the massed early 80’s choirs of Hammy O and Reading. This is the best since those days and if it is, as said by Coverdale, the last ever Whitesnake album then this is a half decent bearable one from the modern version of the band – Good To Be Bad, if you should care, is half decent modern clean-cut hard rock and if you can avoid sniggering at the lyrics then probably better than expected - or is it just the same old sexist clueless bollocks and am I being too polite about a onec great band who once ment something...? I'm off to listen to Burn and the California Jam - www.whitesnake.com

NO QUARTER GIVEN – The Emodiment Begins (Rising) – Brutal English no messing black and white metalcore thrash and growl. Singer could maybe do with a throat lozenge don't you think? One of those nice honey and blackcurrant ones with the soothing soft centres, maybe one of those super strength menthol ones? Those wussy little cherry ones wouldn’t do the job here. Wonder what he’s growling and singing about? Something about his pony being sick? Wonder why the riffs are like a million others we’ve heard before, wonder what’s for tea? Have we got any milk? Did anyone ask for any quarter? If I skip forward to track eight will it be just the same as track four? Yes it will be. Are there too many bands releasing too many pointless records? Soothers? What about Soothers, Soothers or Lockets? Fisherman’s Friends, that’s got to be the preferred option for your brutal metalcore throat problems? Get out of here with your honey and blackcurrant, Fisherman's Friends or nothing, crunch on them! www.myspace.com/noquartergivenmetal

THE HOTTNESS – Stay Classy (Ferret) Some kind of US modern hard rock screamo emo beano Southern rock hardcore let’s touch as many bases as we can Everytime I Die Queens Of The Stoneage US modern metal thing. They’ve been babbling on in my ear for some time now without ever hinting at a finger print of identity or a desire to be anything anywhere near different to something we haven’t heard a million times already and as professional and competent and together as they may be, just what the hell is the point in this record or band?  Swallow your gold, give up your soul, all you have to so is sound like that others, is that good enough? Losing the will here... www.ferretstyle.com / www.myspace.com/thehottness

DESTINITY – The Inside (Lifeforce) - More bludgeoning extreme metal and relentless sledgehammer to crack a walnut cram everything in with the screaming widdling guitar and the cookie monster vocals and the symphonic death metal and the moody keyboards and the same old textures and the stops and starts and crunches just exactly where they’re expected it be – all in line with the extreme metal rule book and look at that band photos, could be any one of a million bands. They’re from France and they’re no worse or no better than a thousands others and they could be from anywhere... the will is slipping further away... www.lifeforcerecords.com

Oh gawd, here’s the new Venom album.... sell by date anyone? Flogging a dead goat..

SATHANAS – Crowned Infernal (Pulverised) – More ripping hell and pulverising old school no messing wired up thrashing black metal. Delivered with just the right amount of aggressive raw crunching filthy-riff laden attitude. And no, that doesn’t mean bad production or muddy sound, quite the opposite, spot on production, quality and everything else – proper f.o.a.d metal and rip crunching goodness. Yes indeed, front line old school crunching extreme metal beauty and at last! After a week of dodgy new Venom albums and the same old same old same old, a metal band finally gets things right and delivers some dangerous grime-filled thrashing crunching in your face death metal attitude and  the forces of hell of unleashed some metal wrath – they’re from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we’ve found the will again and you can bug then via www.sathanas.net
 
Last week's album of the week - QUEEN ELEPHANTINE

Previous album's of the week - C.R AVERY / THE INDELICATES / KAREN DALTON / PAS CHIC CHIC / MATTHEW RYAN / LADYHAWK / SSM / BURMESE / CADAVER EYES / B FOR BANG / VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR / SON LUX / SURROUNDED / ALEC K REDFEARN & THE EYESORES
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  LIVE 
 No time this week, what with the Reds and the gates and hey look we'll write live reviews when we want to....
Live previously - VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR / 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

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  SINGLES
Single time...

SINGLE OF THE WEEK
THE KINGSIZE FIVE – I Am A Missile / Capricorn (Little Genius) - This is good, hang it on a hook behind your bedroom door – something a little different. Just different isn’t enough though, has to be good as well – this is different and good, that is a good thing - different. Who’s happy on a hook behind the bedroom door? Swing? Indie-swing and a gloriously good big band sound, this hasn’t been done for ages (Nik Turner and his orkhestra thing?). Swing jazz big band with a dark edge, a London collective of some ten to fifteen musicians and a vortex of swing, jazz, 50’s rock n’ roll and just the right amount of dirt under the fingernails attitude and punky/indie bite – trumpets, piano, melody, brass and actually this is as cool as f.... www.myspace.com/thekingsizefive

SINGLE OF THE WEEK 2
THE OUTSIDE ROYALTY – Falling (Bloody Awful Poetry) – Engaging early Roxy Music vibes and lush ambitious orchestration and what’s your name? Virginia who? Coffee or tea? They’ve been threatening something good for some time. They’re from Pittsburgh originally, London now and he does have an impressive Steve Harley, Bryan Ferry quality – lush, rich, warm, dramatic, fine fine songsmithery and this is nothing short of a timeless classic single – lyrics to lose yourself in, penetrating lyrics, clever tunes – oh yes, proper clever real timeless English pop (from Pittsburgh), just how it should be – wonderful two track single. www.myspace.com/theoutsideroyalty or www.bloodyawfulpoetry.com

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SPARKS – Good Morning (Lil’ Beethoven) - Gratitude for having thought of me, I know your time is tight, rumours in the bank or the petrol tank and the by now more than expected eccentric baroque pop goodness and bouncy infection and good morning Sparks uniqueness and if I should die while crossing the street and it should be number one al lover heaven and good morning, they need you, you need them, how are you? Good morning. Another fine fine Sparks single.  www.allsparks.com

DRESDEN DOLLS – Night Reconnaissance (Roadrunner) - Nothing is cooler than singers that come from good homes, we know who’s side we’re on, no one needs to forgive anyone here and dropped Tampax and lunch boxes from Boston are always good things.  Amanda Palmer could sing the phone book and still sound intriguing, in fact the two of them would turn the thing in to a work to behold and we’d sit there all day waiting until she got to our names. Dresden Dolls can do no wrong and this single may well be off the new album of old demos and songs that didn’t make 2006’s brilliant Yes Virginia album but hey, their odds and ends throwaway album sounds better than most band’s high point life-defining best album moment – “All the favourite bastard children of our work through the years”. No one can stop them, the script is a work of genius... More of that beautifully twisted cabaret pop and passionate wit, one of the finest bands in the world right now... www.dresdendolls.com

BLACK ARC – Coast As Cover (Headroom) – Some people out of Fony and Hiding Place switching bandwagons and opting for some of that there epic melodic indie rock. You’ve heard it all before, Coldplay with a bit more bite – I guess they do it well enough. All very nice and pleasant should you want it, harmless and fluffy and inoffensive radio friendly and here’s the link – www.myspace.com/blackarc

OPETH – Porcelain Heart (Roadrunner) – First single off the “highly anticipated” ninth studio album Watershed (is it really that many? Seems like only yesterday their demo tapes were turning up here). I guess things are sounding good in terms of the Swedish band’s new album then? Somewhere in the parallel multiverse that is clean-cut complex technical neo-progressive metal there are people who love things like Porcupine Tree and the more recent output of bands like Rush or Pink Floyd who will be more than happy with these latest Opeth recordings. Yep, I can respect Opeth’s clear ambition and genuine need to be truly progressive, good luck to them. Leaves these ears a little cold though – I prefer my prog with the danger and bite of something like the excellent new Van Der Graaf album, I prefer my prog metal with the dirt under the fingernails that comes with say the new albums from Ansur or Triclops, kind of need the journey to not be with squeaky clean first class seat and the safety harness way of clean-cut Opeth... Everyone to their own, I guess this is Opeth on top top form, and I guess you fans will be more than happy – www.opeth.com or www.roadrunnerrecords.co.uk

AFD SHIFT – Listen Then Leave (ELT) - They’re from some part or other of the English midlands, someone else said they sound like The Prodigy meets Hawkwind meets Happy Mondays, guess there’s a grain of truth in that statement. Not inspiring these ears enough to add anything more, if you’re curious then www.myspace.com/afdshift

Last week's single of the week - DEAD OR AMERICAN

Previously - PULLOVER / HAYMAN, WATKINS, TROUT & LEE / EFTERKLANG / NAVVY / MAPS / M83 / CATNAP / WHAT WOULD JESUS DRIVE? / FRIGHTENED RABBIT / CAVALERA CONSPIRACY / SILVERY / PICTURES / STE McCABE / THE DEATH SET

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'THIS WEEK’S FREE DOWNLOAD...
STUMP? KEV HOPPER? Ah yes, back there when band’s really pushing at the edge were a rare thing in this country, a glimps of Cardiacs on the Tube, a bite of Blurt on John Peel’s show, people trading rumours about this band or that, rare bands who dared to step outside the box. Back there there was a band called STUMP. It has just been brought to our attention that a STUMP retrospective three CD box set collection is on the way. Back in the days when you could believe the NME, someone over there said “The spirit of Pere Ubu and Captain Beefheart wildly over this…but Stump don’t dabble lightly, theirs is a genuine attempt to shape a new language from out of the mouths of old mavericks” -  Listen the likes of The Young Knives and Futureheads, and you are listening to the evolution of the sound created by bands like Stump twenty years ago.  The band’s recorded works have been unavailable for a rather long time so you will delight in the news of the release of The Complete Anthology, a 3-CD set. That will be available in June 2008. Meanwhile go explore the world of Stump and post-Stump and find a whole load of rather good and rather different downloadable solo material from Kev Hopper over at www.spoombung.co.uk

Previously - PUSSYCAT TRASH

'RE-ISSUE/best of OF THE WEEK
SPIRITWO videoeyesSUN EATS HOURS – Ten Years (Rude Records) – A double disc ten year best of retrospective CD/DVD from the tuneful melodic sunny breezy uplifting hardcore/punkpop outfit from Italy. They sound pretty North American to these ears and these pleasant uplifting nineteen audio tracks are right up there with the best melodic hardcore punk-pop bands. The dvd is packed with live footage, videos interviews and more. All rather good if melodic breezy hardcore pop is your thing  – www.suneatshours.com

PREVIOUSLY - LEGION OF PARASITES / ALABAMA 3 / AHLEUCHATISTAS / WIZARDS OF TWIDDLY / DEEP PURPLE / CANDLEMASS / MORVISCOUS / CURRENT 93 / TYPE O NEGATIVE / N.W.A  / STRIBORG / THE WEIRDOS / THE MOB

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PREVIOUSLY - L. GABRIELLE PENABAZ @ FIERCE / 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 254 - NARRATION, HOT DAMN, QUEEN ELEPHANTINE, ANSUR, LEGION OF PARASITES, TRICLOPS!, DIVINE CHAOS, BIRDEATSBABY, DEAD OR AMERICAN, PUSSYCAT TRASH, ART ATTACK, MAYDAY, CRASH ROMEO...

ORGAN 253 - C.R AVERY, THE INDELICATES, KAREN DALTON, JO GABRIEL, FLOGGING MOLLY, KOE, ELVIRA MADIGAN, THE HELLACOPTERS, EVERON, ALABAMA 3, VAN DER GRAAF, PULLOVER, GLASSGLUE, THE DOMINO STATE, SKANKT, PUSHBIKE ARMY, SPIRIDION... 

ORGAN 252 - PAS CHIC CHIC, TRIBUTE TO NOTHING, PSYCHOCHARGER, SIDEBLAST, NAVEL, KOPEK, RIOT NOISE, ANDI SEX GANG, BURNING SKIES, HERRSCHAFT, BARELY BREATHING, MELEEH, HAYMAN, WATKINS, TROUT & LEE, ROYAL TREATMENT PLANT, NATIONAL RECORD SHOP DAY, L.Gabrielle Penabaz...

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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