A few weeks back, a plastic jar of gobstoppers arrived at the record store with all the usual promo parcels. Came with some rich, velvety-colored storybook banners which even the resident graphic designed doffed his (non-existent) hat to. Spot color inks, he said. Now, we’ve gone over this a hundred times – I’m still a […]
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I drew the line at coprophilia.
Keep your ears tuned to the small towns. The future of music is living in South Dakota.
Dirt Child way gives the lie to the legion of white indie boys who go on, and on, about how there’s no good Australian hip hop. For sure.
1. The Walker Brothers – Nite Flights The Walker Brothers were a huge Sixties sensation, arguably bigger than The Beatles in the UK for a while in their heyday. As with many boy bands in the Sixties, fame didn’t last forever and they split ways in 1967. Probably due to poverty more than anything they […]