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That Indie Thing - Week 33, 2017


Catch up with or listen again to That Indie Thing broadcast 21/22 August on Sin Radio, Defiant Radio and WMR.

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FMF Episode #25 [8.21.2017] – The 2017 Solar Eclipse

Intro Background Music: The Deli – Moonlight

DJ:   Are you ready? It’s time for that rare experience of witnessing an eclipse! We put together an episode for you to listen to before the big moment, timing it our just right so that it peaks at the total eclipse moment!   900 more words


Can't Seem to Make You Mine -- The Seeds (1965)

Sky Saxon (1937-2009)

Singer, songwriter of “The Seeds”, an influential ’60’s garage and “proto-punk” band. (There is certainly some psychedelic sound involved, too.) 10 more words

LISTEN: Steven Marshek's Cure for the Summertime Blues

Is rock n’ roll relevant? It’s a question worth asking. One argument against: contemporary Christian church services.

That the idea of guitar-bass-drum music is sterile and safe enough to serve as a segue between collection plates, sacraments, and some slick, young pastor’s prosperity gospel, is certainly an argument for putting the genre out to pasture. 342 more words

Lotion - Gold Phoenix (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Every band should get to have their AC/DC moment. The Cult did it better than most, certainly better than Accept did it, Rose Tattoo did it in it’s native accent and Humble Pie seemed to do it through the use of time travel. 144 more words


“Cranking” is an original composition in which I try to combine the feel of 60’s instrumental guitar rock with a somewhat more sophisticated musical and harmonic language than was typical for that genre. 8 more words


Live Review: The Zine Music Social @ The Amersham Arms - Lan Dyons & The Wet Nurse, Wake Up Leo, Fucking Skeletons + Jean Genie's Massive Hugs

The drummer of one band is in A&E with a badly swollen shoulder, the singer of another has been struck down with food poisoning, a tube has blown in the guitar amp and the doors are due to open in five minutes.   294 more words