Liking the Nuggets-style grooves of Quitty and the Don’ts, fresh out of Brooklyn, New York.
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Huge thanks to Derek from the excellent The Electric Mess for his help in putting together this mod’s guide to New York. Read on for what we have and if you can any comments or can add anything to it, please get in touch with us (we suspect this one […]
I’ll be honest, I don’t know how ‘new’ The Above actually are – but on the evidence of the video passed onto us, they are well worth checking out.
Ah, the Electric Mess, who you may recall from the You’ve Become A Witch single. They now have an album too, going by the name of Falling Off The Face Of The Earth.
Freakbeat at Outpost Lounge in New York gets our lowdown.
Remember the 1960s London map we featured a while back? Well, the same Herb Lester Associates have produced another vintage-style map, going by the name of Where The Sidewalk Ends: How to find old New York. This time, the imagery is the work of noted illustrator Jim Datz, with the […]
Anyone fancying dipping their toes into vintage Latin might want to check out the new Fania Records 1964-1980: The Original Sound Of Latin New York 2CD set, which is incoming on the Strut label next month. The period is important, taking in the emergence of boogaloo from the mid-60s, which […]
Sometime last year, we featured You've Become A Witch by The Electric Mess and now, some months later, the track is now available to buy via the UK-based Rowed Out label. That video, which you can watch below, is a low budget (and Dario Argento) horror-inspired affair that doesn't take […]