Shindig! Issue 139
The Rain Parade LA’s early ’80s psyched guitar heroes go back on the road.
Trifle Nineteen-Seventy jazz-fusion from both the underground and the mainstream.
The Masters Apprentices The second half of our exclusive story of the shape-shifting Aussi rockers.
The Sonics The first? The wildest? The best? The Northwest legends who blew garage-punk. Wide open and created a sonic template and a legacy that will never die.
Nuggets Inside Elektra Records’ game-changing 1972 compilation in the words of those who were there.
Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails.
Shindiggin’ What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable.
Subscribers’ Prize Draw Subscribe now, and you could win signed Small Faces vinyl and merch.
It’s A Happening Thing Emma The Murlocs, The Reverberations, Giovanni Tommaso, Holly Henderson, The Golden Grass, Vanity Mirror, Fanny Adams, Danny Wilson, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Blood Sweat & Tears, JIM.
Family Album Linda Lewis’s soulful, folky debut ‘Say No More…’
Deep Cuts NYC indie Laurie Records’ wildest 45s
Andrew Lauder The United Artists A&R legend brings The Flamin’ Groovies to the UK
20 Questions Hawkwind’s leader and sole constant of 54 years, Dave Brock
Reviews The best in reissues, new releases, books, and live shows.
Prize Crossword Win The Velvet Underground’s Loaded on clear vinyl
Vinyl Clicks Le Orme’s 1973 prog milestone Felona e Sorona
Vinyl Art Roger Moon’s 1975 obscurity Nobody Knows My Name