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Well it isn’t for the honour of paying to play in a field in Guildford is it? 
Keeping you safe from all big cat intrusions and any dangerous roads, and I hate noise and your uniforms and scandalous antidotes and so this week’s issue is a day late, blame the shirts and Red issues and things far more important. Trophies and.... 

Normal service will resume next week probably – whatever normal service is around here... 

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?

Well it isn’t for the honour of paying to play in a field in Guildford is it? 

PAY TO PLAY is showing up again, the ugly scumsucking face is on the rise one more and the leaches are taking their slice. And we’ll have a lot more to say about any moment now, the arguments (and attempts to censor that argument) have been raging all week via our My Space blogs, go read it all and add your thoughts, we’ll be saying a lot more here on these pages later on  - go read our My Space blogs (if they haven't mysteriously been taken down again), go see what others have to say, go have your say.... 
 

THINGS TO GET SHOUTING  ABOUT?
POWER TO THE STEEPLE - Early on Monday morning a stand-off was playing itself out on the streets of Brighton as sweating police and bailiffs scratched their meaty chins and wondered what to do as a group of squatters stood defiant, refusing the eviction order handed down to them on the 2nd of May. A large group of intrigued onlookers gathered on the busy road and people driving past beeped their support; as police retaliated with their usual blend of surveillance and harassment, arresting a passer-by seemingly for using deodorant! The occupiers, locked on and barricaded in, weren't intimidated and by late afternoon the police gave up and left them to it. 

The Methodist Church on London road was opened up for the Days of Action for Autonomous Spaces and has been used for the first time in years to host workshops, film screenings, free food and prop making. Despite attempts to contact the Methodists, who invest in companies such as BP, GlaxoSmithKline and Nestlé, the Christian corporation refused to honour their pledge to support "community development for justice, especially among the most deprived and poor". 

As supplies are hoisted in from supporters by basket, the "siege of London Road" looks set to continue. The occupiers vow to keep using the space for the benefit of the community and have been putting on regular free cafés on the street outside to spread awareness of their cause, as well as related housing and social issues. 

Watch this space for further reports www.myspace.com/88londonroadsquat
 
John on the phone...
SECTS AND THE CITY

CULT FRICTION AS POLICE HARASS ANTI-SCIENTOLOGY PROTEST...  City of London police have been cracking down hard on religious intolerance this week and on one four letter word in particular - CULT. And when does the word cult become illegal? Curiously only when it's applied to the Church of Scientology (CoS) - and in the Square Mile. 

Around two-hundred anti-Scientology protesters gathered outside the CoS London base on Queen Victoria Street last Saturday as part of a day of action. Sporting Guy Fawkes masks, many carried signs accusing the organisation of being a cult. They were greeted by a number of City of London Police. 

At 11.20, two officers approached one 15-year-old who was wearing a huge-nosed mask and holding a sign saying "Scientology is not a religion - it is a dangerous cult". He was handed a pre-printed warning by a WPC stating, "The sign you are displaying commits an offence under Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 .. you are strongly advised to remove the sign with immediate effect". He riposted with a verbatim quote from a verdict given by Justice Latey in 1984 "Some might regard this as an extension of the entertaining science fiction which Hubbard used to write before he invented and founded the cult, Scientology is both immoral and socially obnoxious." 

One cop (A747) told SchNEWS' man on the scene that, "the idea is that if somebody gets prosecuted there will be a test case" Police were clearly out to protect CoS's reputation with one officer telling us, "Our solicitors at the Crown Prosecution Service have advised us that any signs saying 'Scientology is a cult' could be deemed offensive." He added "They are being treated as a religious organisation for the
purposes of today".  Ten minutes later and the cops returned. The youth was chased up an alleyway and then forced to hand over his details for a court summons.

So why the sudden desire to defend Scientology so strenuously? One explanation is that a lifetime's exposure to masonic ceremony has made London's top cops a little more suggestible than the rest of us. Might they now be being sucked in by cult founder L. Ron Hubbard's daffy load of old cobblers? 

CRUISE CONTROL? 

A more mundane explanation is that CoS has been very generous to our friends in blue. They're not short of a few quid - after all Hubbard himself pointed out "If a man really wants to make a million dollars he should start his own religion." Basic introductory sessions for Scientology cost up to £80. the next costs £300 etc etc. In October, a £24 million Scientology centre opened in the heart of London's Square Mile, one of 30 "missions" in the country, including a massive HQ in East Grinstead. Up to 20 officers in the City of London Police – from  constables to superintendents - have accepted hospitality worth thousands from CoS, including invites to a £500-a-head charity dinner where the guest of honour was Tom Cruise. One senior police officer appeared in a Church of Scientology video and another, Chief Superintendent Kevin Hurley, spoke at the opening of the new "mission" saying the cult was "raising the spiritual wealth of society". 

Two hours later, a similar demo was held, but this time outside the City Police's jurisdiction. A bunch of 'cults' on signs were evident but the Met, perhaps as yet unconverted, had no corresponding mind-yer-language problem. 

Whatever the dubious nature of the hand-in-glove relations between the City cops and the cranks, their pre-meditated use of police powers to crackdown on freedom of speech at demos fails to reflect the 'inalienable rights to expression' or brotherhoodly love preached by the cultists... 

* For more from the shadowy 'Anonymous' group keen to help out by bringing down the dodgy sect, see www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCbKv9yiLiQ

This is from this week's ever excelleny SchNews - What's that? - go see - www.schnews.org.uk

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
 

ORGAN @ RESONANCE 104.4FM – FM dial in London, worldwide via www.resonancefm.com, every Sunday night at 9.00pm (and no doubt repeated several times on the night loop through the week). Here’s who got played this week. 

1: TRANSISTOR SIX – Back Yard Rocketship (Blackbean & Placenta)
2: PORT O’BRIEN – I Woke Up Today (City Slang)
3: KEV HOPPER – Punch And Judy (download)
4: EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL – What Ghosts See (Cochon)
5: BUNTY CHUNKS – Calling All Cars (Noiseburger)
6: ULAN BATOR – D.Press TV (Les Discques Du Soleil Et De L’Acier)
7: SCARAMANGA SIX – I Can See A Murder (Wrath)
8: JO GABRIEL – Bulldozer (Ephemera)
9: EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL –  Uh Huh – Na Hu (Cochon)
10: BACK TO THE PLANET – Teenage Turtles (Arthur Mix)
11: BUTTHOLE SURFERS –  Lady Sniff (Download)
12: OPERATOR PLEASE – Whip It (Brille)
13: TRICLOPS – Iraqi Curator (Alternative Tentacles)
14: FLYING LUTTENBACHERS – Trauma 1 (ugExplode)
15: G.G ALLIN –  Caemelita (download)
16: BLACK BONZO – Thorns Upon A Crown (The Laser’s Edge)
17: BUNTY CHUNKS – Much Urdu About Nothing (Noiseburger)
17: RUSSIAN CIRCLES – Campaign (Suicide Squeeze)

Last week on the OTHER ROCK SHOW with Sean O on Resonance 104.F.M in London or worldwide via www.resonancefm.com

For full details of tracks played, along with descriptions, links, news and such so that you 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
Didn't actually hear anything actually worth the honour this week... we were distracted 

Last week's demo of the week - DEAD LEAF ECHO

Previous demo's of the week - I-DEF-I / DANGER INVITES RESCUE / A CUP OF TEA / NARRATION / HOT DAMN / KOPEK / DIE DIE DENEUVE / BOMB FACTORY / KONTAKTE /ATLAS / THE HAROLD WARTOOTH

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
HAIL OF BULLETS – Of Frost And Way (Metalblade) –Thrashing churning pounding heavy heavy heavy metal, dragging everything through the mud and second world war trenches and the winter of the Eastern Front and a war-metal onslaught for thrash-heads who like it old-school throat-raw and Lemmy-like. Pounding and seriously heavy as the battle rages on, songs of war and a pounding grueling thrashing old school death metal onslaught. Dutch band fronted by former Pestilence/Asphyx singer Martin Van Drunen. For followers of that classic Celtic Frost, Bolt Thrower meets Motorhead sound, indeed for people who can remember where they were the day they first encountered in League With Satan. The recommended sound of war and hell and old school thrashing death advancing once more – www.myspace.com/hailoffuckenbullets
 
ALBUM OF THE WEEK 2

THE NOTWIST – The Devil, You & Me (City Slang) – Is it really six years since their last album Neon Golden? Feels like the German band been around forever actually. They’re always good, always worth checking out, always interesting and always of the highest quality. This is a delightful album, the Bavarians have done it again – this time around they seem quieter, this time around they’re petal-delicate with their intelligent electronically-infused alt.indie songs, quiet songs, clever, finely detailed songs, minimal songs, almost whispers – whispers alive with light and colour and rich with fine fine delicate details – little treasures and jewels and flitches and glitches and whispered quiet restrained warmth – www.notwist.com or www.cityslang.com
 

ALSO CHECK OUT

HAYMAN, WATKINS, TROUT & LEE – Heyman, Watkins, Trout & Lee (Fortuna Pop) – Americana from Caledonian voiced London town and every bit as good as eating jam straight out of the jar. Fourteen slices of goodness, fourteen slices of refined fiddles and mellow folk and beautiful blues and encounters on the dirty tube trains and shopping for her shoes and Bethnal Green and.... It really is a unique combination of ingredients and it works so so well. And fine cover art from East London charity shops as well. Quiet refined enjoyment and the pure pleasure of making music about this city, oh and getting out of this city and a couple of very fine Townes Van Zandt moments. As fine as the single said it would be, fine fine mellow Americana from four friends in a house in London town – www.fortunapop.com or www.myspace.com/haymanwatkinstroutandlee

YAK – Iron Flavoured Candles (Aural) – Rather decent experimental extreme metal from Italy. They duck and dive and take on various degrees of Faith No More/Mr Bungle as they growl and thrash and take on a rap/funk edge here and a bit of hard-boiled jazz-math there. Takes a little perseverance, give it a chance to breathe and yes, a rather decent album - www.myspace.com/yaktv or www.auralmusic.com

36CRAZYFISTS – The Tide And Its Takers (Ferret) – Metalcore, modern metal, screamo beano, whatever you want to call it, 36Crazyfists do it all in a rather average identity-free faceless kind of way once more – so many others getting far less support and doing it with far more challenging desire, bands like I-Def-I for instance... www.myspace.com/36crazyfists or www.ferretstyle.com

FAUX PRIDE – Slapstick Bitch (Marionette) - Don’t you dare throw that pie! Faux Pride is a solo electronic musician/performer from the north of England. An abrasive caustic mix of breakcore, noise and extreme distorted electronic chop ‘n slice. Ambient violence and mostly instrumental electronic noise and fuzz and the occasional spoken word to mix with the beats... And rather good it is, delivered with a healthy attitude and some challenging energy – www.marionette-records.co.uk

VENOM – Hell (Sanctuary) - When that first blacker than black raw as hell seven incher first blistered out of speakers, hit the streets and spread like some kind of filthy wildfire it was nothing short of a revolution. To some of us it opened up a whole new world of possibilities. Before that first Venom single landed in such and unexpected way Motorhead (or maybe Tank) was as extreme as metal got. “This is dreadful, this is the worst noise I’ve ever heard, you’re going to want to buy this crap straight away if I know you” said the guy in the local record shop who did indeed know me far too well. He was right, the moment those filthy tribal drums and those raw ripping guitars of In League With Satan hit those pained record shop speakers it I was handing over the cash in a crazed frothing frenzy, yes! I’m in league with whatever this is!. Everyone else in the shop hated it (truth is most metalheads hated them back at the start), Man is the shop took it off with a look of disgust and put his Pink Floyd back on, the other customers were looking on with vile contempt, I couldn’t wait to get it home. Oh yes, I can remember every little detail of it - you see for some of us it really was that Kennedy moment, where were you when you first heard In League Satan? Before Venom there really was only Motorhead or full on punk rock - the idea of any kind of crossover was just not on (Algy Ward got dogs abuse for having the audacity to wear a Motorhead shirt when The Damned were on Top Of The Pops smashing things up). Venom opened up all seven gates of hell and a whole lot more and soon after there it all was - a whole new world of thrash and a metal revolution. Suddenly everything was crossing over and feeding off everything else and hey check of this demo and that zine and here’s a tape of some new band called Slayer, I’ll swap if for that Discharge bootleg, check ‘em out this is metal with attitude, have you heard this band Hellhammer? What about so and so and suddenly there was a whole new underground of dirty filthy extreme thrash punk metal possibilities, a whole other world of DIY and this was all ours. Venom pretty much were the catalyst for it all, for a time Venom were the only extreme band, for a while they were as raw and violently heavy and satanically good as it could possibly get - even the early US thrashers that they’d so obviously inspired couldn’t touch them – you either loved it or hated it. They were already sounding a little jaded by the third album though, other bands grabbed hold of it all and went way out past them, thrash evolved almost weekly and you know the rest... What I’m trying to tell you here is that back there, for a time, for some of us this band really seriously mattered. 
            So Venom have been around in one aborted bastardized form or another with various line ups, cash-ins and semi-reformations and not so good albums for around twenty-five years or so now. Here we are again with yet another comeback - another new album in 2008 really is nothing to get anywhere near excited about, the envelope is opened with a groan and oh no, not them again? And now we’ve lived with this album for a few weeks I guess Hell is kind of ok(ish) – I mean it sounds like Venom, (or maybe Venom by numbers?) that raw punky thrash metal thing that Venom are supposed to do. Fact is I really haven’t bothered with anything much after the second or maybe third album, none of the recent line up and reformations have excited these ears and this album just sounds like old Venom in a dated and a little past that sell by date kind of way – is this the sound of people cashing in on a legend again? The lyrics sound a little silly these days as well. Cronos is growling away and whoever the other two are they’re riffing and thrashing in a Venomish fashion and yes it sounds vaguely like it should do but oh dear – dated and really some things should just be left alone. And now this review is written I really don’t expect to ever feel the need to reach for this CD or even think about it again - which is kind of a sad thing for a band that once meant so damn much ... www.venomslegions.com

RIP CRUNCHER’s footnote - Ahhh no.. You warned me about this didn't you? New Venom album, Chrrrrist. Well they've had about 25 odd years to learn how to play their instruments but I ain't sure that's good thing. That cacophonous bloody row they created when they didn't know a fretboard from a frying pan was what gave 'em that 'Crunch appeal' in the first place. Don't hold back though ~ I've been sayin' for years they should've hung up their goats heads 10 minutes after recording A.W.W Satan. They'd have gone down in infamy instead of the embarrassment they will now. Give it both Organ barrels, you're farrr too polite to some these time wasting arsewipes these days. 
Eurovision. Yeah, I've a warped fascination for this crap. In Holland they're even worse, used to go to a 2000+ Eurohonk party in Utrecht with the naked mud wrestling, Beer fountains, dwarf throwing etc etc...oh yesss. Terry Wogan it definitely wasn't. That Irish f***in' turkey got voted off in the semi's the other night so it's up to FINLAND again. You've gotta hand it to the Fins, they're still coming to terms with the NWOBHM and they're still the only country to send a rock/metal band EVERY year. Won it with the latextastic LORDI of course. TERASBETONI this year, who I'm damned sure will have sent you a CD at some point, you’ll  probably find it at the bottom of one of your piles somewhere. Harmless, Eurorock which sounds better in Finnish...just a pity they couldn't have forked out on some plastic swords and flame throwing codpieces.

Rip Cruncher is getting excited about Eurovsion again, who knows why? We got the 43 track compilation album in the post this morning. And what is going on with Serbia? We got the new Opeth album here as well, not sure which is worse? If only we had the time  eh? We are constantly baffled by the contents of our post bag and the things you people choose to send us....
 
Last week's album of the week - EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL

Previous album's of the week - JO GABRIEL / PROJECT SERENDIPITY / 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
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ALBUM REVIEW ARCHIVES

  LIVE 
 No time this week, what with the Reds again 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
GRANTURA – In Dreams (Ruffa Lane)

I’ve only heard songs as good as this before in dreams... 

You see down here in the filth and the dirt where you need a very broad back to even think about running a record label and trying to do it all in something near what you think is the correct way, down here where you want to treat people and bands and listeners right and want them to do the same by you,  down here where you put your trust in people and you don’t tie them up in evil music industry bullshit and unreasonable demands and they go and repay your trust by shafting you completely when they think they’re finished using you and think they don’t need you anymore, where they treat you like a complete and utter sucker and your left thinking ah f*** it, why the hell do we bother? Why do we go and get involved and invest so much time, so much effort and so much emotion and just end up disappointed and raging against the machine once more – when are we ever going to learn not to bother and that there’s no sense it all and nobody remember things and the road is not worth it. Why are we here putting out records and writing about bands (and fighting for them) all hours of the day and night? Why does any of it matter? Why do we bother? Why don’t we go eat instead? Because of beautiful bands like Grantura and moments like this fine new single that’s why. And I’m damned is I’m going to let all the crap ruin the pure enjoyment and the pleasure of music and songs as rich as this and they’ve put voices in heads that can’t be turned off and with what we know now would we do it all again? This is why we feel the need to write about bands, to put out records for new bands that no one else seems to care about, to drag our unpaid selves to a radio station every week for the pure buzz of playing and sharing this music that we’re privileged to have come our way and if the shoe was on the other foot and if you’re going to fall I’ll catch you so keep on dreaming...

This is the second single we’ve heard from London’s Grantura, and In Dreams is every bit as gorgeously fine as the first, in fact it may just be even better and I’ve only seen days like this before in dreams and this world is ours to make....  beautiful harmony driven alt.country pop from London that really does have the power to switch those voices off, those voices that you hear inside.  This is why things are too strong to break...   Here’s a live review we wrote earlier in the year, you probably didn’t take much notice of it at the time, you really should check this band out, they’re just pure liquid enjoyment....

GRANTURA – Borderline, London, 12th Feb – First on to an audience half of whom are clearly there just for them (and calling out song names and...) the other half still coming in and catching on straight away. Six spectacularly ordinary-looking blokes, this band, in spectacularly unassuming clothes. And that just makes what they do even better.  They amble on and pick up semi-acoustic guitars, a mandolin, a tambourine, a simple walking bassline begins, and by the second song you're grinning from ear to ear.  It's old-fashioned honest Americana, fine harmonised country rock, something placed off to one side, up on an obscure shelf, and way off the vocabulary of a currently gigging indiewhatever band.  It's impossible to describe just how far away the delightful Grantura are from any drab pub rock (Old Grey Whistle test circa 1974) notion of the style (those dreadful old clips that the BBC keep dragging up, the ones that yawnful old Whispering Bob introduces) – Grantura sound new-minted, as if from the fresh first years of classic American bands like the country side of The Byrds, The Band and such – you can almost smell the grass and the sunshine in the February gloom of London (can’t wait to see them again in a summer festival field). Simple songs classically, cleverly put together, then played utterly from the heart – beautiful harmonies and gentle waves washing over – Waves itself (the recent single) is a highlight. Think of that glorious Coen Brothers film O Brother Where Art Thou? and the Soggy Bottom Boys endearing themselves to all who hear...  That mandolin sounds just fine, that laid-back stripped down rhythm giving space for the guitars to arrive for their perfect moments. And there is a hint of an English heart in there that gives them something just a little different – Anglo-Americana then...  The varied audience is completely won over, and there's a revelation: this kind of music was made precisely for little venues and imperfect PAs, and it's way more powerful than, say, raging metal. Hey look, they’re from London, their fine debut single came out late last year, they’re even more enjoyable live - fine fine easy, clever, crafted, highly enjoyable alt.Americana with that little something extra – momentum temporary halted by awkward equipment problems can’t hold back their magic, all is forgiven the second they pick up the music again – fine fine band, pure enjoyment, simple as that 

GRANTURA’s new single IN DREAMS in out on Monday May 26th on Ruffa Lane Records. Both tracks are gorgeous and this is why we write about music and do all the other things we do. 

- www.myspace.com/grantura
 

Last week's single of the week - BLACK MOUNTAIN / CARIBOU

Previously - KILL THE CAPTAINS / THE KINGSIZE FIVE / THE OUTSIDE ROYALTY / DEAD OR AMERICAN / PULLOVER / HAYMAN, WATKINS, TROUT & LEE / EFTERKLANG / NAVVY / MAPS / M83 / CATNAP / WHAT WOULD JESUS DRIVE? / FRIGHTENED RABBIT / CAVALERA CONSPIRACY

SINGLE REVIEW ARCHIVES

'THIS WEEK’S FREE DOWNLOAD...
Been busy this week what with Pay to Play and Moscow and te hangover and here you go - www.freespaceinvaders.org

Hang on, stop playing space invaders, here we go....

WIRE - The opening track of Wire’s new album (Object 47) is now available for free download as an MP3 from the front page of the pinkflag website www.pinkflag.com/index.php – The track is called “One of Us” and in days of yore we might have considered this track the 1st “single” from the album so this is no 2nd grade “b side” or live rendering, it’s the genuine article! Object 47 is set for release on Pinkflag on the 7th July 2008. Wire will be playing festival dates throughout Europe and will tour USA in October. Check pinkflag.com for details. - www.pinkflag.com or www.myspace.com/wirehq
 

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ORGAN 257 - EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL, BLACK MOUNTAIN, CARIBOU
Plus MATT KINNISON, DROP LEAF ECHO, KELMAN, A HUMAN, PAUL HANDYSIDE, SENNEN, MAINLINE, THE EXPLORERS CLUB, MOONSPELL, PLANET OF ZEUS, ANIMAL ALPHA, BEEHOVER, MAX SHIRE, SKINLAB, IHSAHN, EARLY GRAVE, FRIGHTENED RABBIT, A NEW DAY, NADA SURF, KELLEY STOUT, BUTTHOLE SURFERS, THE FLYING LUTTENBACHERS, BACK TO THE PLANET...

ORGAN 256 - JO GABRIEL, TIME HAS COME, THE IKE REILLY ASSASSINATION, ART ATTACK, THEY CAME FROM THE STARS I SAW THEM , SPARKS, WEDNESDAY 13, I-DEF-I, DANGER INVITES RESCUE, GONE TIL WINTER, MAYBESHEWILL, P.PAUL FENECH, BLUES AND SNAKE, DRESDEN DOLLS, TO BLACKEN THE PAGES, CARDIACS, BLACKWINDS, KILL THE CAPTAINS, A SILENT FILM, SCHITZO FUN ADDICT... 

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...
 

 

 
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