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  The Psychotronic Music of Neuronium   Michel Huygen & I have been in contact for over 30 years. I’ve been reviewing and playing his music all along and the Eurock files are filled with information, photos and art work … Continue reading

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    In the annals of European music, one concert stands out as preeminent still today, ranking as legendary in terms of crystallizing a transcendent moment in time for an era and its music. The two performances held on Friday … Continue reading

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“In 1970, there were no German record companies interested in German music. We showed the German people that they could trust their own music.” Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser (MOJO magazine, April 2003) The history and music of Germany’s Krautrock era has more … Continue reading

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  Of all the original UK progressive bands, VDGG was perhaps the least pop conscious of the lot. No matter how out-there most prog bands got, they always made at least a symbolic nod to pop in a song or … Continue reading

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  My favorite Bay Area 1960’s psychedelic band was Mad River, who coincidentally hung out with my favorite 60’s poet/author, the iconic Richard Brautigan. Mad River was formed at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH in 1966. They recorded demos … Continue reading

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In the beginning, there was the music of nature. First came the thunder, then rain, the oceans and rushing rivers. Following that was the wind, birds, bees and pounding heartbeat of man. Since 1971, Luis has dedicated his life to … Continue reading

PPU Update

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“Similarly to how their heroes in the Velvet Underground initially worked with Andy Warhol, the PPU worked in conjunction with an artistic director, the art-historian and critic Ivan Martin Jirous, a.k.a. “Magor” (translation: “Blockhead”). In 1976, Magor and the PPU … Continue reading