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Well what's he going to do about it? 
We like you to think most of the stories you hear are true, the red heels, the other red things, the red incident, the red wings and what kind of lake spawns creatures with ways in biochem and law anyway? And what do you call the law and the worm of worry and seven stars and does anything ever make much sense? Stay on the path now, which way to the gates? 

This week’s editorial is brought to you by To The Bones, we’re too busy coming down from Moscow shoot outs...

“Locked in a basement. No Telephone devise radiation-a/. Locked in a basement to work like bitches. On this planet,......- no no no no we wernt here. Leave a note on our cabin door. Listen to the creaks. Theres nothing. Up there.................Up there was where the lighting cracks and grey thunder was. In the South West of this country is where we be....on canal barges drinking cider, spending days generating enough electricity to power a rock album that will have all stereos wanting to get up and dance the blues. Electricty pilons on Mars, Pluto, Neptune and nothing in between destroyed for our own selfish  rock power trips. The record, friends and pilgrims has been completed and now sitting under wraps in an unknown location where the presidents go for safety while everyone gets vapourised in reaction to a politician saying to another politician my warhead is bigger than your warhead. But don’t worry, these fuzzy oh no no no no...........they wont. There's an anti force field we were offered on Pluto glowing angrily ..........glowing indeed.”

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 Organ My Space blogs (if they haven't mysteriously been taken down again), go see what others have to say, go have your say.... 

And now there's a new My Space page over at NO2PAY2PLAY, go get involved, go see what people are saying, go see who the bad people are and work out how to avoid them, how to shame them. Go question their morally bankrupt way of doing things, add the "Pay To Play? No Way" banner to your website, your My Space page, go start your own pages. Go tell 'em where to stick their Plum or their Stage Pass or their GuilFest. Nome of these pay to play forced ticket buy gigs are ever any good any way - the bills are always rubbish, the promoters never put any effort in to them, they don't care about the bands or the paying gig-goers, they book any old band who they can sucker money out of. Go read the arguments, go read what others are saying in the comments left with the blogs 
 

THINGS TO GET SHOUTING  ABOUT?
Well besides saying no to pay to play? how about...

RUBBISH ARREST OF THE WEEK

For recycling

One Wrexham woman found herself on the wrong side of the law when she helped herself to four plastic garden chairs from a privatised council tip. The Waste Recycling Group - instead of lending her a hand for helping push towards their target of 65% of all rubbish being recycled - phoned the cops.

One house search later and the chairs have been returned to their rightful place: a landfill, and the would-be Womble is waiting to see if the CPS is going charge her under the Theft Act.
 
John on the phone...

7th JUNE - Manchester Anarchist Bookfair - For all your anarchist requirements including books, pamphlets, t-shirts, paraphernalia, plus cafe and vegan food. Jabez Clegg, 2 Portsmouth Street, off Dover Street, off Oxford Road (opp Manchester University Student Union), M13 9GB. 11am-5pm, www.bookfair.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
 

  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

THE HUNGRY I – Beginning Is The End – A quite six minute plus instrumental piece, you might say bleak, you contradict that and say uplifting, you might talk of post rock and touches of Radiohead refinement and Boards of Canada subtly. Hard to know where we’re going with just this one rather enjoyable track – www.thehungryi.co.uk

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... 

Well the real album of the week is the re-issue from KOENJIHYAKKEI , find the review further down the page....

ALBUM OF THE WEEK
TORCHE – Meanderthral (Hydrahead) – One of them there slightly alternative, slightly stoner, rather out there bands who touch on good things that taste of the finest Melvins and plumpest Jesus Lizards. There we were letting it ferment and stew and cook and brew and we were somewhere around Amnesian on the edge of desert when the music began to take hold. I remember saying something like “I feel a little lightheaded; maybe you should type...” And suddenly there was a beautiful roar all around us and the sky was full of what looked like huge riffs, all swooping and screeching and diving around the room, which at the time was going about a hundred miles an hour with the top down to Pirana. And a voice was screaming: “Holy Jesus! What are these goddamn songs?” Then it was quiet again. My attorney had taken his shirt off and was hitting the repeat button “what the hell are you yelling about? Play it again” he muttered, staring up at the light bulb...  Why the hell did it take a whole play of the thing for it to hit home? This is an album from a band on the move, and a band just right enough to be totally confident. God's mercy on you swine, you know the bits in between, the great American dream and the Mint 400.  Here’s a few clues for you, never did swooping bats sound so good! Melvins good and riff colossus, all there ready to take you, go let it. 
            Footnote: We like the way the CD came face down in the tray – strange that we thought, CD face down, and it was shrink-wrapped as well, CDs are usually face up, then it all made sense and we realized why, these little artistic details matter and deserve noting... www.hydrahead.com / www.myspace.com/torche
 
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86 MENTALITY – Final Exit (Deranged) – Raw feral heart-warming violently good old school hardcore punk rock from Washington DC. You’ve got yourselves fourteen slices of frontline no messing primal street punk shout-along goodness. Nothing you haven’t heard before, no musical revolution, just a healthy blistering DIY punk band hitting the spot just right. A mixture of live and studio tracks including a cover of Solder Boy that sounds far more English than the Varukers original. Absolutely spot on proper hardcore punk rock energy - think Negative Approach, think S.O.A and think good old English street punk bands, wholesome bands like Blitz and... www.myspace.com/derangedrecords
 

ARNDALES – Dog Hobbies (self release) – They’re menacing, menacingly good, regional treasures, stalker, very dangerous stretches of road, and I hate noise and scandalous hand made post cards. This is good, black crosses for eyes. Frantic, frenetic, edgy, disturbing, scratchy low-end menacing new wave. The whole presentation is something to be desired. John Peel would have played this lots, I guess we still miss him, when will they replace him?. This band should be on your list, these songs should be on the list, that line should be on your list. Time to kill in your office? Listen to this. Angular but not in that obvious way, solid, national statues more Fall than Franz. They’re from the Three counties, where ever that is, somewhere in Southern England, sounds more like a regional bus company. I’m out of milk again, and famous things in history. Great songs, menacing songs, new wave with excellent benefits and reading books, shared common interests, ancient Greeks, iced tea. Definitely not Ice-T. Plunged in to lots of things, they do a lot of things, they hope that bothers you. Members of Arndales have  been (or are in) Montana Pete, Gag, Art Brut, Thrilled Skinny, Arndale have things to say – pop that’s wrong, Wrong Pop. Before we ask the question and ask of self sustained adventure (like John Wark in Escape To Victory).Not a bad song on here, just answers to the new town problem, national airline meals and oriental murder mysteries. This is very good, menacingly good and rather recommended and you won’t have to wear a suit. www.myspace.com/arndales

AWESOME COLOR – (Ecstatic Peace) - Acid guitar, timeless progressive and edgy, from the Great Lakes (Michigan) or maybe they’re from Brooklyn now, they’re from America anyway and they sound like they could have been at Woodstock alongside the The Who, Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane and Sly And The Family but hey, they don’t sound the least bit dated. Fast, full, awesome indeed, eight miles high and Coltrane good. They’re loud, their colours are loud, they’ve got a Stooges edge, not that dumb bang in out garage clone side though – anyone can do that, this is the real psyched out progressive side of Stooges, the MC5 side of life, walking it, feeling it – this band rock, vibrantly awesome acid rock that sounds very much right here right now. Fuzzed out, heavy and right now. - www.myspace.com/awesomecolor – they’re touring the UK in June as well, get ready we say. 

THE GRESHAM FLYERS – Sex With Strangers (Cherryade) – Breezy mellow 80’s sounding duffel coat indie rock from people who like their C-86 and their not quite so edgy Wedding Present. Hooky, poppy, breezy, fluffy and all rather decent if you’re in the mood – www.cherryademusic.co.uk

ROBIN SAVILLE – Peasgood Nonsuch (Static Caravan) – Just really pleasant relaxing enjoyable tingly mellow eerie instrumental warmth and healthy sunny radiance. Acoustic guitar, gentle electronica, creaking synth delicateness, organic invites to swim in the quiet beauty of it all. Chimes and wistful loops and elegant bleeps, tranquil offerings, harvestings of musical delight, beautiful simple tines, simple as that – www.staticcaravan.org

BO-PEEP – Is It Good For You?!! (Flightpath) – Three girls from the Fukuoka underground of Japan and some edgy spicy energetic indie-grunge pop rock. Tough-brittle delivery and no idea what she’s singing most of the time, I guess this mid-paced stripped down indie-grunge would sound like any number of bands from anywhereville if it wasn’t for those infectious high-pitched Japanese crazy girl vocals. I kind of like it, kind of makes me want to put my hair in bunches and dance around the room – www.myspace.com/bopeepjapan or www.flightpathrecords.com

BULBUL – Bulbul 6 (Exile On Mainstream) – Some kind of funk rock/metal band from Austria. Dangerously “oh-look-at-us-aren’t-we-wacky”, they do have their moments though. what with their monolithic rhythms and their occasional bouts of moody circus darkness and trapeze girls falling in to lion pits. The press release talks of complex virtuosity and things like Melvins or Slint, nothing really grabbing these ears that much though, and complex virtuosity is something we usually like to feed on around. I don’t know, we’ll leave it with you to go explore - www.mainstreamrecords.de

CRYSTALLION – Hattin (Dockyard) – Bombastic euro metal and preposterous flying on the wings of destiny over the sea to the end of time (or something like that).  Battle metal, melodic neo-prog metal, gothic keyboards, riding crusades out beyond the siege of the desert sun and rising up toward the top of the sky - strong enough to die, let them hear our battle cry - you know the score, all nonsense and this really isn’t our cup of tea. I guess these Germans do it all very well, now get it our of here please before we fall off our horse in fits of laughter – www.crystallion.net

MINDLESS SELF INDULGENCE – If (The End) – So this is the much hyped new album from Mindless Self Indulgence is it? Oh... 
 
Last week's album of the week - HAIL OF BULLETS / THE NOTWIST

Previous album's of the week - EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL / 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
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ALBUM REVIEW ARCHIVES

  LIVE 
Now we really have got some live reviews done this week, now where did we put that Zag And The Coloured Beads review? And that Queen Adrena one....
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
THE MASS – Holocene #6 (self release) - Ah at last, we have out mitts of this one. Now you know how much we love The Mass and their tight tense sound. The mass are from San Francisco, their two albums Perfect Picture and City Of Dis are vital parts of your life is you share our taste for way out there left-field extreme jazz/punk flavoured prog metal then they’re for you. Think Slayer for King Crimson fans, great big monolithic slabs of churning metal intersperse with manic honking jazzy Van Der Graaf Saxophone - a generator indeed. Blasphemously good, ripping and thrashing and jazzing right at yer. Four tracks released by the band as a very limited CD single, just 200 of them. Comes in great artwork as well. OK maybe not quite up there with the last album, but this four track is well worth hunting down – www.themass.us

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SPIRITUALIZED – Soul On Fire (Spaceman) – A classic piece of anthemic life-affirming goodness, nothing less than you’d expect – www.spiritualized.com

Last week's single of the week - GRANTURA

Previously - BLACK MOUNTAIN / CARIBOU / 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...
KOENJIHYAKKEI - Everyone need some Skin Graft! Scroll down to the next bit and read the album review, then come back here and treat yourself to the pick of the Skin Graft vaults. Find some classic downloads here on the Skin Graft page that will serve as an introduction to all kinds of good things  -  KOENJIHYAKKEI, FLYING LUTTENBACHERS, PRE, CHEER ACCIDENT, YOU FANTASTIC, RUINS, COLOSSAMITE, MADE IN MEXICO, AIDS WOLF, ARAB ON RADAR, US MAPLE and more, there's a whole tresure box of brilliance waiting for you here, glorious hardboiled no-wave pronkoid punk/prog noise and everything on Skin Graft is worth your ear and a slice of your heart... this is the best label in the world. Hell, RUINS! Hard Rock Medley is there waiting for you!! If you don't know this stuff then you're about to hit the motherlode, you better damn well come back and say thank you! You owe us for this one! 

PREVIOUSLY - WIRE / BUTTHOLE SURFERS  / CARDIACS / STUMP, KEV HOPPER / PUSSYCAT TRASH

'RE-ISSUE/best of OF THE WEEK
KOENJIHYAKKEI - Hundred Sights Of Koenji (Skin Graft) - Superlatives slosh around music reviews way too much, these days. Unique, amazing, the stunning new album from Indie and the Schmindies, buy it now, blah blah blah. It becomes a background drone of hyperbole, dulling our wits with disappointment. Meanwhile... meanwhile, out there lost in clouds of obscurity are things fully deserving of such promises.  Some of them might even blow your tiny mynde. As mine was, on first hearing Hundred Sights Of Koenji a few years ago. 
   It had everything: demented energy, classical beauty, massive organs and cathartic lyrics in an alien language borrowed off mad seventies band Magma. It blew away, wiped the floor with and generally showed up as feeble gutterings every supposedly progressive band of the time. It seemed like the only people on the planet who thought this were me and the chap from Guapo who lent me the CD (he had to come around and prise it out of my paws to get it back).  Released in 1994 on the hard-to-find Japanese label God Mountain, originals of Hundred Sights Of Koenji occasionally could be found for silly money on ebay, until joyously re-released by Skin Graft Records this month. 
     Nothing has caught up with this album, though Koenjihyakkei's most recent, Angherr Shisspa came microscopically close.  If you know drummer/composer Tatsuya Yoshida's other band, Ruins, you might be slightly prepared for their over-the-top complexity and energy. Ruins however, are just a two-piece, and Koenjihyakkei are the whole shebang. A four-piece in this incarnation, the ensemble playing and choral workouts are powered by massive, bold melodies. The opening track roars in like some city-flattening natural disaster, drawn beautifully - for all that it wants to be the next chapter in the Magma mythology, Koenjihyakkei is entirely suffused by classical and pop Japanese culture.  Proudly so, with Japanese folk music woven into one track, and the bombast of Godzilla film scores running through the whole thing.  With a massive dollop of ELP and The Nice in its DNA, too, and no demarcation between any of it: it's fusion, all right.  Huge, controlled energy, organic wildness of precision playing, great swathes of luscious female vocals, and male voices that play it both straight and beastly... frantic, beautiful, dazzling music with the imagination and strangeness and sheer skill of the finest manga.  Towards the end of final track Sunna Zarioki you just have to smile at the totally ridiculous balls of it, the power and, yes, fun... The lyrics may well be obsessively evolving/reworking Magma's Kobaian mythologies, may indeed be true to Christian Vander's precisely worked alien grammar, but I suspect it's more about the sensual delight of speaking in tongues, rolling the words out the mouth.  Join in - the lyrics are printed in the booklet. 
Hundred Sights of Koenji is one helluva important re-issue.  Later Koenjihyakkei albums are a delight, but this is the one we were all hoping for, and it sounds fresher than ever; it would sound fresh even without the re-recorded drums and remastering by Tatsuya Yoshida.  It's a pioneer moment, and you can hear it in the wild performances, the relish with which a small cabal of very talented people make the music no-one else was doing, and they longed to hear. The results are guaranteed to astonish.
www.skingraftrecords.com

SEBADOH – Bubble & Scrape (Domino) – Re-issued with a load of bonus tracks and such and we’re damned if we do and we’re damned if we don’t. By ’93 the rather influential band were a little more rounded and dare we say relatively conventional? Their songs sounded like alternative grunge flavoured indie rock songs should – they were still experimenting in there within the structures of those songs – experimenting with sounds and textures and notions of lo-fi and yes you might argue that Bubble & Scrape was their best album just because of that rounded focus and restraining discipline. I mean they still tasted of Sonic Youth and a poppy Syd Barrett via a folky The Byrds and here and there of The Stooges and things like Elixer Is Zog are still way out on the edge – this album was never about compromise, it was about discipline and the pure art of songwriting and this is a good place to let your curiosity get the better of you. Bubble & Scrape is probably where they really came together as a band, rather then a group of songs from Lou and another load from Eric, The lo-fi edge is still there, the mid point between the lo-fi early days and the slick albums to come – yes, this is probably the best Sebadoh album, and yes, it does still sound good and fresh here in 2008. www.sebadoh.com / www.dominorecordco.com

PREVIOUSLY - THE FLYING LUTTENBACHERS  / SUN EATS HOURS / 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 258 - HAIL OF BULLETS, THE NOTWIST, HAYMAN WATKINS TROUT & LEE, 36CRAZYFISTS, YAK, VENOM, FAUX PRIDE, GRANTURA... 

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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