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Ah, the hare has woken...
A florid absurdity, a long term solution to a short term problem? When routine bites where? Ten four gears and a George overdrive, little white things to keep my eyes open wide and bring the yellow tape to mark out the scene of the slaughter, on the run from the everyday and is any of it still about attitude? Is there any attitude left? Running out of breath, tick tock tick tock... Weapon of choice? A ball of contradiction where robot chefs cook up the same bands again and again. A more literate version of what?  Sold me chop Suey and left me for dead? Ordinary explainable earth?  Timer served out in a rent free oxygen tent with only a John Cooper Clark for sanity. I made myself coffee when it was supposed to be tea, shall we bother this week? At least the hare that boxes about has woken up and with a fury of activity and sworn to silence communication about going off on tour and things. Good morning. Acceptable behavior contacts and only one hour in the gates of hell so nothing is damaged yet...

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
THINGS TO GET SHOUTING  ABOUT?
Heat seeking cameras mounted on police helicopters, phone taps and car number plate tracking devices. Roadblocks too. These are being used, not for Norfolk Police's anti-terrorist unit, but its party busting squad. All five million quids worth. Not that they'll admit to that. When pressed about how much it costs to run a full scale operation every weekend, Superintendent Jim Smerdon argues that they don't bother counting the cost because "all those officers would be available for other policing duties if needed anyway" - so long as there wasn't a rave to bust. And with a nod to the BBC reporter interviewing him, Jim smiled as he mentioned that the police dog unit will be on duty that evening. 

It's that time of year when people think about how nice it would be to see the sunrise in the middle of the countryside whilst off their trolleys on a cocktail of chemicals. Norfolk has always been a popular destination for the free party - given all the land going 'spare' in that part of the country. No more endless drives around the M25 - "the party is in the corn field, down the road from that big farm and just 20 miles from the middle of nowhere". But the cops always seem to find them. At £1,500 an hour the police helicopter is on hand with its heat-seeking cameras and in no time 100 party goers find their night ending early. Now that's value for money! 

You might be thinking that Norfolk cops are rolling in the cash if they've got so many resources to chuck at busting a few harmless parties. But they're hard-up as usual - and looking for sponsorship. McDonalds is supporting their 'Force Link' info centre in their main offices and alarm makers ADT have picked up the tab for a four wheel drive vehicle for use in rural trouble spots. You can even sponsor the Chief Constable's annual golf day! 

Despite continuing police pressure there were still decent parties in the Brighton, Sheffield and Milton Keynes areas last weekend and the coming months promise much more.  Check www.partyvibe.com for info.
 
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ORGAN ON YOUR RADIO - WEEKLY on SUNDAYS AT 9.00pm via RESONANCE 104.4FM in London and worldwide via www.resonancefm.com   more details here
Last week’s ORGAN radio show on London’s finest radio station, RESONANCE 104.4FM featured the following pieces of music (Sunday, 9.00pm, FM in London, worldwide on line)

1/INTRO - TRANSISTOR SIX – Back Yard Rocketship (Blackbean & Placenta)
2: CURRENT 93 / SKITLIV – Who Will Deliver Us From Gold And Planets (Cold Spring)
3: EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCIENCE – Shoko Can (Cochory)
4: FRANZ YUZEF – Big Noise In A Toyworld (demo)
5: THE KINGSIZE FIVE – Capricorn (Little Genius)
6: FIGHT LIKE APES – Can Head (Fifo)
7: C.R AVERY – Birdcage (Bongo Beat)
8: FLYING LUTTENBACHERS – Trauma 7  (ugExplode)
9: MARY HALVORSON AND WEASEL WALTER – Lapsis Lazuli Nights  (ugExplode)
10: KIMYA DAWSON –  Beer (download)
11: TRIBE 8 – Castration Song #22 (Alternative Tentacles)
12: SEAR BLISS – The Venomous Grace (Candlelight)
13: LEGION OF PARASITES – Condemned To Live In Fear (Overground)
14: OUTSIDE ROYALTY – Falling (Bloody Awful Poetry)
15: PASTORS OF MUPPETS – Master Of Puppets (demo)
16: ZOMBIE ZOMBIE – I’m Afraid Of What’s There (Versatile)
17: TURD OF HURDLES - Bugs Are Not Robots (Demo)
18: THE FLESH HAPPENING – Anal Joy (demo)
19: PROJECT SERENDIPITY – Hiding In Folders (Hollow Soul)
20: LINUS – Choose Your Own Adventure (Elemental)
21: SKITLIV – Slow Pain Coming (Cold Spring)

For full details of these tracks, along with descriptions, links, news and such so that our listeners can find out more, see the playlist pages here

 

  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
I-DEF-I – Whoooooooo, back on line and seriously cooking it up once more, this is what we’ve been wanting (and needing) from I-Def-I! What took them so long?! We knew they had it in there. Two new tracks from Manchester’s finest and this time around they really are making the cutting edge modern metal music that their early days threatened.  Now you may just know how much we championed the band in the early days - demos, tracks on compilations that got their first bits of serious radio play and media attention, that track on Organ Radio 21 that had Radio One straight on the phone... That last album was a little disappointing though – not a bad album, pretty good album by most band’s standards, left us with a feeling that they were holding back, a little afraid of really going for it, playing it a little safe and just a little conservative when it really did feel like they had something more in there somewhere. Here it is then! The next step, the step we were waiting for - two slices of front line forward looking modern metal and some complex melodic forward looking front line biting metal – better than anything we’ve heard in recent times from any of those hyped US bands that labels like Roadrunner keep on feeding us and if the rest of the new material is as good as this then time the big league opened the door and let them in. Yep, sounds like I-Def-I’s time is just about here – Seriously colourful adventurous modern crunching metal intelligence and front line big league worldwide class from Manchester – we knew they could do it, we damn well told you they could – www.i-def-i.co.uk or www.myspace.com/idefi (none of this new stuff is on their pages yet though, these new tracks blow away what you'll find up there right now)

DEMO OF THE WEEK 2
DANGER INVITES RESCUE – Danger Invites Rescue – Self titled dour track EP, clever instrumental post/prog rock/metal from (somewhere in) the United States. A healthy Isis, Tool, Russian Circles, Pelican kind of thing – colourful, forceful, refined instrumental rock, bit of a hard edge, nothing violent or noisy though – soothing and progressively melodic enough to keep your average Rush fan more than happy – refined, sublime, the power of quiet and this is rather impressive open shot from a band who are clearly going to be worth keeping an eye on. Clearly a labour of love and they’re on their way to creating something rather graceful here, four fine tracks and you can download them all for free right now via a link on their My Space page – take the time, a band well worth checking out, we look forward to more – great track called Blue Mars, fine eight minutes of refined intelligent instrumental post/prog goodness. GO get your own copy via the links you’ll find at www.myspace.com/dangerinvitesrescue

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GONE TIL WINTER – Melodic technical-metal from Manchester, female voiced smoothness, and I guess they do it rather well – all technically tight and epic and some kind of Evanescence meets Opeth or Dream Theatre kind of thing. If you like the idea then here there are – www.gonetilwinter.co.uk

Last week's demo of the week - A CUP OF TEA 

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

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
JO GABRIEL – Fools And Orphans (Ephemera) - Her previous two mostly instrumental albums (reviewed a couple of weeks back) were delicious appetizers. No, that’s wrong, far far far more than just appetizers, that was very rude of us – beautiful instrumental rays of delicate glowing musical sunshine, wonderful things, we expected more of the same, we were looking forward to more of the same. We’ve been saving this up until the right moment for first listen and that moment that demanded we stop everything and partake in the anticipated delights. We really didn’t expect all those delicate shinny lyrical trinkets catching the warm sunlight. We didn’t expect a whole album of beautiful songs and words and a voice every bit as beautiful as the rightly anticipated instrumental warmth.  Beautiful delicate songs, strong songs, quietly strong songs, twelve gorgeous piano led pieces of aural delight and honey poured in to a glass, songs and tunes alive with delicious detail. Delicate organic cello and concertina and Siamese cat-yowling and the habits of shadows. Songs that sit in the sun and uncoil with happy lazy cats and distant singing birds and oxygen and dancing light and a spell of delirium. Oh look, this is just too beautifully good to be here trying to write about it with mere words, I really don’t want to have to, this is magical, this is special. If you want lazy signposts and shortcuts think Kate Bush or Tori Amos or Colt or things on 4AD or labels like Projekt, mere signposts to point you in a general direction though, that’s all. Fools and Orphans is a beautiful album, as fine as the finest Abyssinian – go explore and lose yourself in it, go and treat yourself. She’s from New York, she’s like that person you find singing in secret in an old dusty theatre when she thinks no one is listening and this is why we do this Organ thing, this sets things of fire and makes me feel... this is a wonderful album -  www.myspace.com/jogabriel or www.jogabriel.com
 
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TIME HAS COME – White Fuzz (Regain) - Scatting scathing grinding jump-on-the-tip-of-a-hot-pin extreme death metal flavoured mathcore twitch ‘n yell noise and relentless raging steaming musical violence. Screaming bloody gore and wrecking ball goodness from Hamburg Germany. Only they’re not relentless, they have the guts to know that less is sometimes more and quiet reflection can add to the intense power and when they do switch the noise and speed on again they do it with Locust/Meshuggah colour. Serious creative thought and boundary pushing going on here, extreme metal that comes with added imagination and twists that take you down different roads and how ever fast you try to run from them you’ll always be running in slow motion. – www.regainrecords.com or www.myspace.com/timehascome

THE IKE REILLY ASSASSINATION – Junkie Faithful/Sparkle In The Finish (Rockridge) - Now I’m not going to pretend to know the first thing about The Ike Reilly Association either (see, point proven, don’t even know the name of his band!) - got this double CD set here, apparently two critically acclaimed US albums packaged together as one release up front of a summer footstep or two in to the UK.  Never heard of him or his band. Two fine albums in one CD case and some extremely rounded American singer/songwriter alt.rock goodness. Mellow wordery, experimental lo-fi details and an edge of attitude. Fine production (lo-fi can be a misleading term) - dirty hair arts school turpentine – think Beck for Tom Petty fans who like a hint of Dylan or McGuinn and a touch of Blues Explosion and lines that spit and jagged melody in the Illinois wind and just damn good alt.rock wordplay.  Wiseguy American bar room rock? Disaffected godless goodness? The American rock dream alive and well?   Yep, they were right, sometimes an album from someone you never heard of just lands out of the blue with no warning. Two impressive alt.rock alternative American singer/songwriter rock albums that are well worth your time and beer money. www.ikereilly.com or www.myspace.com/ikereilly

SPARKS – Exotic Creatures Of The Deep (Lil’ Beethoven) - The Mael Brothers and what a strange animal they are. 21st album and not so much a re-invention as a re-inventing audience, this is the same Sparks as always, wonderful pop. No strange animal here, the strange thing is that others don’t do it and that you constantly fall for all the other crap in the other songs. I like Sparks, I liked them back there on Top Of The Pops, I liked them on the fairground rides when they were number one all over heaven, like them now after all this timeless time. Wry adventure and no amount of subtle wit and good morning, I hope its just your laugh that’s infectious.  Thirsty Seven years fresh and sounding as fine as ever, everything as super fine and let the monkey drive, he hits the breaks a couple of times but everything is fine. That Baroque deco-ness and high Empire State towers on street corners. Lighten up Morrissey is just mischievous - there’s a canvas, smile and just say cheese and let them treat you oh so casually. Sparks are incredibly likeable, how can anyone not like Sparks? Is it only the laughing that stops the crying? Hiroshima, heaven, arch fusion, celestial synth lines and the political science of pop art and their music is sounding as inviting, inventive, infectious and as brilliantly different as ever... www.allsparks.com

THEY CAME FROM THE STARS I SAW THEM – We Are All In The Gutter But Some Of Us Are Looking At (Thisisnotanexit) – Super animated intergalactic prog-pop and funk and kraut-disco and fizzy hooks and a musical smile and it may always be twenty-five to six but that is the best time to kick out the jams. Damn, Six fifty five here, we’re late, turn back the hands of time and funk-Gong and Magma and Go-Team good and is it me or are they a lot more fun this time around. Hula dancers, custard pie fights, songs about monkeys and typewriters and punk-funk fusion and Suicide and Chic and post-modern cross pollination and left of centre prog-pop genius from outer space to deepest London with Francis Bacon and Britney and Whiney and Steven Hawkins and Kaptain Zapp and heavy tropicalia and do you feel like dancing? The hot inc indeed  www.myspace.com/theycamefromthestarsisawthem

MAYBESHEWILL – Not For The Want Of Trying (Field) - Glitch and drive from the East Midlands, fractured laptop post rock oriented (mostly) instrumental bite and how many days of static? A (post) metal riff or two to lead in to the euphoric bits and the restrained bits and the bits that get all edgy and jagged and the moody bits. All very nice, glitch glitch, piano piano, glitch glitch glitch... www.maybeshewill.net or www.field-records.com

BLUES AND SNAKE – Blues And Snake (Lockjaw) - Now then, where were we? Somewhere outside of Wigan when the bats swooped in again, heading for the Mint 400 and no point in bringing them up with my accountant right now, he’ll see them soon enough. Wonder if these guys know To The Bones? They need to get together for some North West chaos, it’d be a shitfest of beautiful noise, broken strings and broken vans  – urgent country garage blues and wired lo-fi punk rock from the North of England, they’re probably been smoking too many things that they shouldn’t be smoking – in between the bouts of speed punk garage rock that is. And is that a macho slice of sexist crap there? Probably just wishful thinking, we’ll let it pass, probably never had a blow job in their collective lives. Messy fractured wired blistering garage punk rock rawness, dope fiends and chicken worriers the lot of ‘em, we like it, we’ll forgive them the bit about getting down of your knees. www.myspace.com/bluesandsnakeband or www.lockjawrecords.co.uk

P.PAUL FENECH – Skitzofench (People Like You) - Spit in yer eye attitude from the last man standing, seventh solo album from P.Paul Fenech, infamous Meteors leader/founder. More of that head-clearing psychobilly and old school no messing gruff-voiced rock n’roll. Stripped to the bone and clearly enjoying is all as much as he ever did (he’s apparently a veteran of some 5000 shows now – that’s even more than us!). I’m no great big authority when it comes to yer psychobilly scene, I don’t know if these songs are his or if they’re covers or what, apparently there’s a load of guest musicians on here, nothing credited on the sleeve notes of this advance promo copy – what I can tell you is this sounds good – Overkill, Walk The Line – this album sounds fresh, and he’d have every right not to be sound this fresh by now, I mean solo albums from people who been around can be tired old things. No messing, no compromise, no time to be nice about things and clearly no intention of crawling away yet - the world is still big enough, still stomping like its the Klub Foot and the Clarendon and here it is, good stuff, I’d almost let him spit in my one good eye (almost)... great album, nice one. www.myspace.com/paulfenechuk or www.peoplelikeyourecords.com

DRESDEN DOLLS - No, Virginia (Roadrunner) - OK look, it really is pretty much impossible to conceive of them ever making a wrong move and this may be a collection of old songs that didn’t make the last album and things from way back that have now been recorded “properly” - this is The Dresden Dolls and who knows why these songs weren’t good enough first time around, time and space surely must be the only reason. Dresden Dolls can do no wrong and this may well be 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 whole script is a work of stripy-legged genius... More of that beautifully twisted cabaret pop and passionate wit, one of the finest bands in the world right now... oh and they even made Pretty in Punk sound good - www.dresdendolls.com

TO BLACKEN THE PAGES – A Semblance Of Something Appertaining To Destruction (Colony) – Three long brooding dark moody pieces of awe-shifting sonic rumble and dark dark monolithic slabs of giant instrumental sonic simplicity – dark minimal passages of bigness, about forty-five minutes of it rumbling and brooding and slowly simmering just under that boiling point – www.toblackenthepages.com or www.colony-records.com

WEDNESDAY 13 – Skeletons (D12)  Rob Zombiefied industrial bat-bothering glam metal skeletons and all American massacres and the beautiful people and six inch nails and I guess his brand of dark dirty shock rock and horror pop is harmless enough – for all you Buffy fans and goth pop metal popcorn and candyfloss lovers. Serve him right if a giant fly pulled his arms and legs off and I just got to the ballad and time to hit eject  – www.myspace.com/officialwednesday13

BLACKWINDS – Flesh inferno (Regain) - Some kind of relentless buzzsaw wasp stuck in a jam jar growling gothic death metal plague of noise. Not bad, nothing you haven’t heard a million times before though – oh, here comes the dark moody church bell and darkness bit and god knows what he’s on about – dirty linoleum and stale butterfly cakes or something like that. Good enough I guess - atmospheric gothic death metal and the spittle calls of Hades or Woolworths or the man from Del Monte and listening to this will no doubt turn us all in to spitting demonfrogs trapped forever on the lily pad of eternal damnation and is that the door bell? Excuse me, got to go  – www.regainrecords.com
 
Last week's album of the week - PROJECT SERENDIPITY

Previous album's of the week - QUEEN ELEPHANTINE / 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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ALBUM REVIEW ARCHIVES

  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

LIVE REVIEW ARCHIVES

  SINGLES
Single time...

SINGLE OF THE WEEK
KILL THE CAPTAINS – one of those bands who appear to be strolling and skipping along all nice calm and collected and then with no warning or anything fall up some stairs that you’d have sworn weren’t there a moment or go (or at least didn’t see coming yourself). More wrong pop them, that and swallowed words and scrambled truth and mistaken identity god complexes and faces your saw on the news.  All double jointed and clever pop and Les Savy Slint Peru Ubu from Sheffield – good good good and every bed unmade – www.myspace.com/killthecaptains

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A SILENT FILM – Sleeping Pills (Xtra Mile) – Pleasant indeed, rather decent rather different indieness and delicate weapons hidden under the hats and all clearly on the right side of what is right and where they want to be and another band who have that Editors thing going on – doing it their own rather pleasant enjoyable rather different way though. They’re from Oxford. Could be Leave The Capital again, maybe it is? An enjoyable debut single on a nice sunny day and all is well with the world – www.myspace.com/asilentfilm

SCHITZO FUN ADDICT – Theme One (Fruits De Mer) – Well you know we’re disciples of the mighty Van Der Graaf Generator around here, not sure what this rather polite and pedestrian version of Theme One is meant to achieve though – I guess there’s potential to do a hell of lot with George Martin’s tune here in 2008, the theory is a good one and how we’d love to tell you the practice is as good as that theory. This is a pretty straight forward politely paced cover from the sometimes rather more interesting Schitzo Fun Addict. Not as good as Cozy Powell’s version and no, can’t see what the point actually is here. The other side of the single in an Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake thing... limited to three hundred seven inch vinyl copies and out on May 19th if you’re interested (and I guess a lot of you will be, thus the mention here) then here’s the link, off you go – www.myspace.com/fdmer or www.schizofunaddict.com

Last week's single of the week - THE KINGSIZE FIVE / THE OUTSIDE ROYALTY

Previously - DEAD OR AMERICAN / 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

SINGLE REVIEW ARCHIVES

'THIS WEEK’S FREE DOWNLOAD...
Now the point of this little bit is to send you off to treat yourself to some timeless treasure, a lost classic or a band that you just may not have got around to exploring yet – isn’t the web a beautiful thing and here, as we get ready to announce more dates and such, is where you get to explore the very best band of them all – the band who keep us doing this Organ thing, the band who provide our fuel our heart and far far more besides – ladies and gentlemen come join the pond and let us share with you some of the unique beauty that is CARDIACS  - www.cardiacs.com/downloads. You can also hear (but not download) their latest releases and some old favourites via www.myspace.com/cardiacs

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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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PAST ISSUES....

ORGAN 255 - THE KINGSIZE FIVE, THE OUTSIDE ROYALTY, PROJECT SERENDIPITY, MARY HALVORSON and WEASEL WALTER, ZOMBIE ZOMBIE, LANGHORNE SLIM, THEATRES DES VAMPIRES, NOZZLE, GRAVE, VILE VILE CREATURES, SENSER, TRISTRAM CARY, A CUP OF TEA, O, THE SUN PAULO, EARTHLING SOCIETY, WHITESNAKE, NO QUARTER GIVEN, THE HOTTNESS, DESTINITY, SATHANAS, DRESDEN DOLLS, SPARKS, BLACK ARC, AFD SHIFT, OPETH, STUMP, KEV HOPPER, SUN EATS HOURS..... 

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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