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Covering music from the fringes since 1993.

Available online from Issue 31

March 2005

92 Pages

Nearfest 2004, Progday X, Marillion interview, Daniel Denis of Univers Zero, Tunnels interview (Marc Wagnon & Percy Jones), Nick D'Virgilio, The Orkustra

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The Hook - Hooked

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One of the best parts of picking up modern reissues of obscurities from the 60s is that so many of them have interesting liner notes detailing the near-misses and might-have-beens of that distant...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

The Muffin Men - Baker's Dozen & Live @ The Cavern

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The Muffin Men are a UK based act that is heavily versed in the fine art of being a Frank Zappa tribute band that features old Mothers vocalist Jimmy Carl Black. Baker's Dozen serves as a...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2005-03-01)

The Muffins - Double Negative

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I suppose any time a band that has been around as long as the Muffins puts out a new album, there’s going to be some disagreement among fans about its merits. Whether they changed too much or...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

The Shiver - Walpurgis

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It’s generally not a good sign when a band’s best material is written by other bands. The Shiver is a case in point. This Swiss band’s forte was covering British blues-rock, but...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

The Yellow Balloon - The Yellow Balloon

Cover art The Yellow Balloon is basically the story of one producer & songwriter Gary Zekley who, disappointed with the results after having Jan and Dean record one of his songs, decided to record it again...  » Read more
(Posted by Peter Thelen 2005-03-01)

Thee Majesty - A Hollow Cost & Thee Fractured Garden

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The incarnations of Genesis P-Orridge continue to manifest in many different and sometimes compelling ways. Two of the composer’s spoken word series are reissued here by Voiceprint in part to...

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(Posted by Jeff Melton 2005-03-01)

Tortoise - It's All around You

Cover art As much as the somewhat vague moniker “post-rock” gets tossed around, there is probably little disagreement that Tortoise is one of the genre’s most important practitioners. Certainly the...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

Triakel - Sånger från 63°N (Songs from 63°N)

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This is a collection of songs that originate in the Jämtland province of Sweden, most of them traditional, some more recent but in a traditional style. The trio of singer Emma Härdelin,...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

Various Artists - Psychedelic Underground 8 - 10

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One of the fundamental limitations of mining and other industries that rely upon non-renewable resources is that those resources will eventually run out. You would think the same rule would apply...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

Väsen - Keyed Up

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After many years as a quartet, Väsen returned to their original trio configuration for last year’s Trio (

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

Vinegar - Vinegar

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This band from Cologne selected their name to set themselves apart from bands that sounded “sweet” and forged a decidedly unconventional course with their music. After roughly a year of...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

Virus - Remember

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The German band Virus is mainly known in progressive rock circles for their 1971 debut album Revelation. By the time they recorded this live radio concert in 1973, they had abandoned...

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(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

Xhol - Hau Ruk

Cover art When you think of German rock of the 70s, you’re likely to think of extended spacey jams with effects devices in evidence and a bit of jazzy flavor. Xhol’s first album (under that name at least)...  » Read more
(Posted by Jon Davis 2005-03-01)

Yohimbe Brothers - The Tao of Yo

Cover art DJ Logic and Vernon Reid (ex Living Color) are collectively known as Yohimbe Brothers and this is their second release. On their first excursion together the duo established an enthusiastic level of...  » Read more
(Posted by Jeff Melton 2005-03-01)
 

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