RIP – Sky Saxon Continue reading
Author archive: Lindsay Hutton
I’ve been off the air for a few days and during that time Miriam Linna launched Kicksville 66. A wonderful thing and from there you can exit to Nortonville!
I don’t think that anybody would argue with the fact that he was probably the foremost music writer in Sweden. Continue reading
An understated triumph. Continue reading
I hadn’t until recently until Marty Thau hooked me up with a copy of “Carl Sigman Songs”. A 3 cd set of material he wrote over a long, illustrious career. This has been put together by his sons to celebrate … Continue reading
… that hopefully you haven’t seen. Some great reading and some great writing: Amy Rigby’s Diary Wreckless Eric’s Diary The Houndblog JD King North Fork Sound These should keep you away from the DIY or whatever this holiday weekend…
All mp3′s from the original vinyl! Continue reading
Ten nuggets of loud, crunchy pop magic crossed with a spiritual hip hop persuasion await anybody who enters here. Continue reading
“why rock music was invented by a wee Glasgow plumber and a big tuechter farmer” sounds like it’s worth the price of entry alone.
Not in London. Not in Glasgow. Not in Edinburgh. The venue for this event is Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline, Fife. Continue reading