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76 blogs about Music. Page 4 of 4.

  1. Shindig!
    A music publication put together with genuine understanding, sincerity and utter belief. We bring the scope and knowledge of old fanzines and specialist rock titles to a larger readership. 🇬🇧 More info

    Shindig! Broadcast #126 – Our monthly Soho Radio show
    This is a great show. Join JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS as he talks you through the early years of Shindig! accompanied by the music that helped it evolve Tracklist Alan Moorhouse ‘Psychodale’ The Worst ‘Creepy Thing’ …
    By Jon 'Mojo' Mills, 196 words
  2. Simon Panrucker!
    This is my creative playground where I share stuff I make to put a smile on my face, and hopefully yours too. 🇬🇧 More info

    Bristol Beacon Housewarming Gig
    I’m excited to announce that I’ll be playing at Bristol Beacon’s Housewarming party! It’s the venue’s reopening celebration after yonks being closed for refurbishments. The event is FREE (but you need tickets) all day from …
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  3. Spongefile
    Deep dives with simple explanations. By Tina Aspiala. 🇫🇮 More info

    Bastl Kastle 1.5 cheatsheet and guide
    Alternative panel for the Bastl Kastle (MODE and BIT IN references could be on the side panels)The Kastle is a complex oscillator that fits in the palm of your hand and can connect to a …
    By Tina Aspiala, 1,081 words
  4. The Squire Presents
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    (RSD Special) The Jennifers – The Complete Recordings
    Its April so that means that it is Record Store Day once again. Therefore, it is time for me to pul together a release I would like to see put out today but most probably …
    By The Squire, 705 words
  5. Steve Huff Reviews - HiFi Reviews
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    The Borresen X1 Speakers are INSANE! Review.
    The Borreson X1 Speakers are here and the are INSANELY GREAT! See my full review of these made in Denmark hifi audio speakers to see why they are so very special. [...] The post The …
    By Steve Huff, 56 words
  6. streams of expression
    By David Grundy,. 🇬🇧 More info

    History Project Event
    My new book on queer poetry in Boston and San Francisco, Never By Itself Alone: Queer Poetry, Queer Communities in Boston and the Bay Area will be out from OUP soon (index just completed!).In the …
    By david_grundy, 157 words
  7. Sweeping The Nation
    UK-originating new music-slanted hullabaloo. Est. 2005. By Simon. 🇬🇧 More info

    New sounds in digest: 23/4/24
    Not much time to write blurbs due to work, other sites and being full of cold, so you'll have to do without the descriptions for now, just accept that in their own ways these are …
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    A blog about music by Richard Williams. 🇬🇧 More info

    Chan Romero 1941-2024
    There was a time when Chan Romero’s “The Hippy Hippy Shake” was a song you had know. It was to the Beat Boom as “I Got My Mojo Workin'” was to the R&B scene. When …
    By Richard Williams, 513 words
  9. This is a Recording
    Brief reflections on random records from my collection. 🇬🇧 More info

    All Wrapped Up
    Here's another of the compilation cassettes I bought this summer, having taken home a Denon twin-deck hi-fi cassette player from the local charity shop. All Wrapped Up is a 1983 compilation of singles by The …
    By misteraitch, 269 words
  10. This Way Up
    Reviews - Comment - Stuff - Nonsense. By John Connors. 🇬🇧 More info

    Top of the Pops 6 April 1989
    Words: Chris Arnsby Simon Mayo: “Hi. Welcome to Top of the Pops. BBC1 and Radio 1 together one more time. In order of alphabetical things coming up today we have Paula Abdul, and Cold Cut, …
    By John Connors, 813 words
  11. Tim Worthington's Newsround
    Writer. Occasional Broadcaster. Somewhere between Jennifer Eccles and King Midas In Reverse. 🇬🇧 More info

    Top Of The Box Vol. 2
    From Play School Play On to Russell Grant’s Zodiac Jukebox, the story behind every album released by BBC Records And Tapes.Between 1967 and 1991, BBC Records And Tapes released more than seven hundred albums. These …
    By Tim Worthington, 294 words
  12. Vehlinggo
    Film/TV scores and soundtracks, synthpop, synthwave, disco, and all that other stuff that makes you dance, cry, and fall in love. By Aaron Vehling et al. 🇺🇸 More info

    It’s Been a Dream, But It’s Time For the Next Chapter
    I was going to wait to do this until Nov. 19, 2024, the 10th anniversary of this site’s launch. However, now’s the right time., this music website updated with various degrees of regularity since …
    By Aaron Vehling (Vehlinggo), 887 words
  13. The VPME | New Music From The Von Pip Musical Express
    The latest new music releases, gig reviews and interviews. By Andy Von Pip. 🇬🇧 More info

    The Joy Hotel : Jeremiah
    The Joy Hotel, a musical collective hailing from Glasgow, has unveiled news of their inaugural album, “Ceremony,” alongside their debut single, “Jeremiah.” The track delves into the intricacies of grappling with uncertainties and navigating through …
    By Andy Von Pip, 251 words
  14. Way Too Damn Lazy To Write A Blog
    Musings On 20th Century Pop Culture by Psychotronic Paul. By Paul F. Etcheverry. 🇺🇸 More info

    Happy Natal Anniversary to Silent Comedy Queen Wanda Wiley
    Born on this day in 1902: the "daredevil comedienne", stuntwoman and comic actress Wanda Wiley, star of very funny films for Century Comedies and Bray Productions. Starting her movie career doing stunt work in westerns, …
    By Paul F. Etcheverry, 879 words
  15. We Are Cult
    Your companion for all things cult. 🇬🇧 More info

    Don’t Stop the Music: A Year of Pop History, One Day at a Time
    James Collingwood wrote on We Are Cult: Don’t Stop the Music: A Year of Pop History, One Day at a Time ❉ Brilliantly simple as an idea but also ambitious, Justin Lewis creates a glorious …
    By James Collingwood, 963 words
  16. Your Heart Out
    An irregular music and more publication. By Kevin Pearce. 🇬🇧 More info

    Out of the Darkness (Part Five)
    One of the saving graces in this new dark age is an eternal awareness that whatever happens there is still so much inspiration to discover in our world of music and books. Sometimes the fun …
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