Shindig! Magazine Issue 130 (August 2022) Arthur Brown
Herb Lester Maps and guides for the switched-on traveller.
Andy Ellison The stunt rocker briefly becomes a solo artist and film editor.
Kikagaku Moyo The Japanese psych-rock troupe bow out gracefully.
The Sons Of Adam The explosive story of the darlings of The Sunset Strip.
Helen Love “Bubblegum-punk-disco” from Wales? You better believe it.
Hatfield And The North The Canterbury Scene’s grand finale.
Arthur Brown How the underground R&B firebrand topped the chart as his trajectory was being derailed by success and darkness.
Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails.
Shindiggin’ What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable.
It’s A Happening Thing Ty Segall, Paolo Nutini, Kolumbo, The Black Angels, Drugdealer, Datura 4, Moundrag, Studio Electrophonique, Curation Records
Family Album Maajun’s little-heard 1970 statement of intent
Back To Back The Byrds, The Turtles and ‘You Showed Me’
Deep Cuts Cooling long-players by US soft-pop duos.
20 Questions “Experimental/commercial” producer, writer and now multimedia artist Mike Batt.
Reviews The best in reissues, new releases, books and live shows.
Prize Crossword Win a copy of David Leaf’s revised Beach Boys tome.
Vinyl Clicks Israel’s first rock star winds up in London in 1971.
Vinyl Art Maria del Mar Bonet’s self-titled 1970 Catalan pop gem.
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