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Cat: 706947 Rel: 10 Oct 18
 
Beta Band fanzine
Notes: Reproduction of Issue 2 of The Flower Press, the short-lived fan club fanzine designed and put together by The Beta Band.
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Cat: 712935 Rel: 28 Nov 18
 
Beta Band fanzine
Notes: Reproduction of Issue 3 of The Flower Press, the short-lived fan club fanzine designed and put together by The Beta Band.
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Shindig! Issue 93 (magazine)
Cat: 738134 Rel: 04 Jul 19
 
Feat Brian Jones, Roky Erickson, Badfinger & more!
Notes: Shindig! 93 features Brian Jones on the front cover - with an article celebrating his legacy upon the 50th anniversary of his death - and also has features on Roky Erickson, Nick Garrie, Badfinger, Rosalie Cunningham, and Happy End.
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Cat: 622270 Rel: 05 Sep 16
 
Feat, The Yardbirds, The Weirdos, The Carnaby, The Game and many more!
Notes: Two fantastic bands take pride of place of place on the cover this issue. The Yardbirds, one of the most innovative groups of the '60s, are re-examined via a fascinating interview with Paul Samwell-Smith, the band's bass player, musical arranger, and one of their key songwriters. The Weirdos were at the epicenter of the Los Angeles punk scene in the late 1970s, but their story has never been covered before with any depth or detail. We rectify that this issue with an epic feature story loaded with wild and weird photos.

Also in the spotlight are London '60s mods The Carnaby and The Game, Syracuse budget rock heroes The Penetrators, Texas garage-punks The Wig, Berkeley power pop icon J.D. Buhl, late '60s Manchester long-hairs Greasy Bear, and frilly-shirted pop-psych purveyors Fortes Mentum. Also, the story of Custom Fidelity Records, a riveting journey behind the scenes of the vanity record pressing industry in its mid-century heyday. Not to forget the latest installment in Cyril Jordan's ongoing Flamin' Groovies saga, and our extensive review sections, the ultimate consumers' guide to all the latest vinyl and CD reissues and rock'n'roll-related books.
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Cat: 670599 Rel: 22 Dec 17
 
Feat The Equals, Simon Stokes, The Goldebriars, Captain Beefheart & more!
Notes: In this issue:

THE EQUALS: The dynamic multi-racial London group famous for songs like "Baby Come Back" and "Police on My Back," but whose catalog runs much deeper, as our lengthy interview with lead singer DERV GORDON explains.

Also featured in this issue, Curt Boettcher's innovative folk-pop group THE GOLDEBRIARS, Southern California biker rock badass SIMON STOKES, THE BYRDS, THE BALLOON FARM (A Question of Temperature), pre-Dictators '70s rockers TOTAL CRUDD, Harvey Kubernik's examination of BOB DYLAN's John Wesley Harding album (which turns 50 in December), occult rocker GEOF CROZIER, Texas-to-California garage rockers THE VISIONS, New Jersey's MODS and the mysterious Revelation VII label, and a mad interview with the late, great CAPTAIN BEEFHEART.

Also we reveal the 12 "rejected" tracks from Lenny Kaye's original NUGGETS compilation, plus the FLAMIN' GROOVIES saga continues into the "Shake Some Action" years, and of course there's our acclaimed, info-packed reissue and book review sections.

- 152 pages
- Perfect bound
- Full-colour glossy cover
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Cat: 696068 Rel: 01 Aug 18
 
Feat The Other Half, Elvis Presley, Trevor White, Marc Jonson, The Olivers, The Choir & more!
Notes: This issue features a colossal story on West Coast psychedelic garage greats THE OTHER HALF (featuring future Blue Cheer guitarist Randy Holden). Also, ELVIS PRESLEY a reappraisal of the King's life and legacy by Harvey Kubernik with rare photos and interview quotes from people who were there when it all went down. We also have expansive interviews with TREVOR WHITE (A-Jaes, Jook, Sparks, Radio Stars), MARC JONSON (talking about his amazing Years album), DENNY CARLETON of THE CHOIR, and JACKIE McAULEY (Them, Belfast Gypsies, Trader Horne). Plus: Indiana '60s garage band THE OLIVERS, obscure Canadian pre-DOA punks THE SKULLS, a look at the making of MOBY GRAPE's Truly Fine Citizen album, Cyril Jordan's tales of THE FLAMIN' GROOVIES, and of course our marvellous reviews sections covering all the latest reissues and rock & roll-related books. (152 pages)
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Cat: 725852 Rel: 23 Apr 19
 
Feat Lost & Found, Lenny Kaye, The Renegades, The Debutantes & more!
Notes: The landmark 50th issue of 'Ugly Things' includes the tragic mystery story of the Lost & Found from California, an expansive interview with writer/musician/archivist Lenny Kaye (Nuggets, Patti Smith Group), beat group maniacs the Renegades, and girl garage group the Debutantes. Other interviews include glam rock hero Alan Merrill (Vodka Collins, Arrows) and Mike Tingley, who tells the story behind his sought-after 1968 baroque pop album 'The Abstract Prince'. Plus Bob Mosley of Moby Grape, Dutch beat punks the Selfkick and Dat En Wat, Howlin' Wolf, the Doors Waiting For the Sun, the Pretty Things Last Stand, and Cyril Jordan explaining folk-rock in his imitable style. Not to forget the popular review sections covering the latest reissues and rock-related books.
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Cat: 651978 Rel: 06 Jun 17
 
Feat JG Biberkopf, DJ Stingray, Marlene Engel, Grebenstein, Interstellar Funk, Brain Case & more!
Notes: Zweikommasieben is a Swiss magazine that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary club culture since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays and columns as well as photography, illustration and graphics. In addition, Zweikommasieben organizes concerts, parties, club nights, matinees, raves and other fun events in various cities.
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Cat: 693409 Rel: 03 Jul 18
 
Feat Alessandro Cortini, Anna Homler, Christoph Fringeli, John Maus, Peter Rehberg, Russell Haswell & more!
Notes: In the 17th issue of zweikommasieben something that has been apparent from the beginning of the magazine - whose credo is to study the present - only seems increasingly true: in the supposed present, temporalities overlap and intersect. They burst out, reaching at once backwards and forwards.

The magazine features interviews with John Maus about the six years between the release of his last two albums, with Anna Sagstrom and Daniel Iinatti of Country Music discussing accelerationist force of globalization or with Alessandro Cortini on the private retrospective of 1970s Italy in Avanti. In those conversations the nature of time shows itself as enigmatic, fragmented and displaced.

On top, this issue features interviews with Anna Homler, Errorsmith, Further Reductions, Gabber Eleganza, Jasss, Ossia, Peter Rehberg and Renick Bell; conversations with Russell Haswell and between Christoph Fringeli, Simon Crab and Nigel Ayers; a portrait on Mmodemm; an essay by DeForrest Brown Jr.; columns on gender in dancehall ("Basslines"), authenticity of field recordings ("Track Down Fiction"), pictures from Georg Gatsas ("We Are Time") as well as poetry with "Sound Texts"; and contributions by Angoisse, Ipek Gorung & Ceramic TL and Jay Glass Dubs.

In zweikommasieben #17, the nature of time also shows itself in the design-a design initially looking for an aesthetic of speed but ultimately as much a reflection of pausing as of deceleration and acceleration. And in this attempt to give form to time, there's also the primordial-musical moment.
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Cat: 711924 Rel: 05 Dec 18
 
Feat Acolytes, Nkisi, DJ Heroin, Sue Tompkins, DJ Lycox, upsammy & more!
Notes: Latest issue of Zweikommasieben Magazine. It features interviews with Acolytes, Nkisi, DJ Heroin, Vladimir Ivkovic, Eartheater, Lorenzo Senni, Sue Tompkins, DJ Lycox, upsammy, and a portrait about Queeste. Furthermore, you'll find the essays "Echoes and Minerals," "I Dance Alone," "Platforms Beyond Prediction," and "Still Standing," as well as contributions by Tomoko Sauvage, Pierre Berthet, and Belia Winnewisser & Vinzenz Meyner in the magazine. Finally, there's the usual suspects aka the columns that are "Basslines," "Soundtexts" and "We Are Time."
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Cat: 735425 Rel: 25 Jun 19
 
softcover book magazine
Notes: For its 19th edition, Zweikommasieben presents a view on ambiguity as a hallmark of contemporary art and music, especially within its scene and culture. After all, one would be hard-pressed to classify the work of its artists in terms of a singular activity, style, scene, or context.

Felicia Atkinson for example, who has contributed a series of collages to this issue of Zweikommasieben, is not simply a musician, but also a poet, visual artist, publisher, label owner, and more. The DJ and producer Parris, who was interviewed for this issue, places himself in a musical "no-man's land," although he grew up listening to grime and dubstep. The feeling of not belonging has been an issue for Phillip Sollmann aka Efdemin throughout his entire career. Until recently, Sollmann was set on keeping two fields of interest- a career in techno and his pursues in sound art projects is separate from each other. In the interview he talks about how realizing that such a clear distinction was not necessary and how the resulting aesthetic cross-fertilization has had an impact on himself. Finally, Caterina Barbieri, Cam Deas, Kali Malone, and Robin Buckley aka rkss, who all pop up in this issue of Zweikommasieben in one way or another, all understand their craft as a rupture with established musical genres and associated aesthetic norms, albeit in different contexts and using different means.

There is no doubt that ambiguity, uncertainty, tension, and conflict lead to friction, but at the same time ambivalence, complexity, and multiplicity generate enormous aesthetic potential.
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