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ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Don Falcone: Daevid Allen’s Weird Quartet and Weird Biscuit Teatime

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Don Falcone is a multi-instrumentalist and music producer who has been working with known psychedelic and space rock musicians since the 1990s with his band Spirits Burning as well as other projects. The late Daevid Allen, founder of Soft Machine and Gong, appeared on Spirits Burning's first album, 1999's New Worlds By Design, performing on much ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Deviant Amps: Strange Voodoo from Electric Salad Studio: Volume 1

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Deviant Amps is a psychedelic rock juggernaut from England that was founded in 1982 by guitarist and vocalist Paul Woodwright. While the band itself is an independent festival mainstay, Woodwright is also one of the organizers of Kozfest, which takes place just after midsummer each year and features some of the finest talent the world of ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Keiji Haino in London with Charles Hayward and John Butcher

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Keiji Haino
Copeland Gallery with Charles Hayward
July 8, 2016
Cafe Oto with John Butcher
July 9, 2016
London, England

Keiji Haino, guitarist and founder of Japanese experimental-psychedelic rock band Fushitsusha and reputed experimental musician who has recorded with the likes of Peter Brötzmann, Sabu Toyozumi, and Thurston ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Yaga Sunet: A Cut Through The Heart

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Yaga Sunet are a duo from North Somerset, England, whose music is rooted in traditional English folklore and heavy psychedelia. Featuring vocalist Zoie Green and guitarist Ben Balsom, this album is powerful and moving through to its transcendent final chord.

From the opening of the first track “Long Gone," as Green sings, “The sun ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Alan Davey: Sputnik Stan Vol. 1: A Fistful Of Junk

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The most recent solo outing by Alan Davey, Lemmy's former replacement in the space rock juggernaut Hawkwind, is a CD/colored vinyl LP that comes with a comic book. The artwork of the comic book is finely detailed and closely follows the lyrics of the songs, giving the reader and listener a vivid picture of the life ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces: Green

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Rik Wright is a Seattle based guitarist inclined toward the styles of the fusion-esque rock of Andy Summers and John Abercrombie as much as the post bop stylings of Miles Davis and Charles Mingus. On this album, as with his previous two outings, he teams up with reeds and flautist James DeJoie, acoustic bassist Geoff Harper, ...

ARTICLE: PROFILES

Dave Ball: Never Gonna Touch The Ground

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Born March 30, 1950 in Birmingham, England, Dave Ball began playing guitar at the age of 13, and, at the age of 15, left school to pursue music professionally. Two years later, in 1967, he formed the band Ideal Milk with his brother Denny, who played bass, and drummer Cozy Powell, recording a blazing set of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Alan Davey: Al Chemical's Lysergic Orchestra Vol. 2

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One of the longest standing members of the space rock juggernaut Hawkwind, bassist Alan Davey got his start in the late 1970s with his own heavy psychedelic rock band Gunslinger. His tenure with Hawkwind ran from 1984 to 1996, and then again, finally, from 2001 to 2007, leaving both times to pursue his own musical interests ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Beth Fleenor: The Discipline Of Being

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Reeds player, multi-instrumentalist sonic manipulator, and founder of the Frank Agency that was “established in an effort to open the lines of communication, dedicated to bridging the spaces between artists, presenters, and audience members," Beth Fleenor strives to move freely between musical genres uninhibited by categorical boundaries. She has worked extensively with musical luminaries including Wayne ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Dennis Rea: Zero-G and the Sea Prog Festival

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Based in Seattle, guitarist Dennis Rea has a long history playing creative and experimental music as well as progressive rock. In the late 1980s and early 1990s he lived and performed in China, putting together some of the earliest tours by Western musicians performing non-mainstream music, and in 2006 he published a book about his experiences ...