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Described by frontman Bobby Gillespie as “an anarcho-syndicalist speedfreak road-movie record”, Vanishing Point – which was born heavily out of in-studio improvisation – is a groundbreaking experiment in sonic nihilism. 769 more words
Having revived two of the regular threads over the weekend, I may as well go for the hat-trick.
I could tell you that I’ve not written one of these for a while because I’ve been considering which artist to focus on next, but I don’t for a second think you’d believe that, knowing how lazy I can be when it comes to writing regular posts. 534 more words
When timeless in sound and vision…
‘Kowalski’ by PRIMAL SCREAM
Probably the nastiest groove PRIMAL SCREAM, featuring killer bassist Mani in the
line-up back then after… 231 more words
Shake, Rattle & Rock 'n' Roll: A Review Of Martin St John's Psychedelic Confessions Of A Primal Screamer...
When I first heard about Martin St John’s Psychedelic Confessions Of A Primal Screamer: The Tambourine Years 1984 – 1987 I thought it would purely be for the demographic who once owned a pair of leather trousers, consider… 951 more words