Monthly Archives: July 2013


Here’s a short documentary by Lander Lenaerts about the Belgian Popcorn scene. I’ve alway been interested in what the essence of the scene was all about. Frequent questions have only recieved the vaguest of answers. This goes some way to … Continue reading

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Mick Farren R.I.P.

Tonight we are sorry to announce the death of that great anarchist musician, writer and all round agitator Mick Farren. Member of the legendary Deviants and the Pink Fairies, as well as a prolific writer and thorn in the side … Continue reading

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The World Of Twist

Whilst perusing the internet last night I came across this great picture… …and it instantly reminded me of The World Of Twist. This is because it was used in homage on the cover of their “Sons of the Stage” single: … Continue reading

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Beware the Beatles…

From an anti-beatles pamphlet 1965:

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45 of the Month – July

In 1965 Tennesee Ernie Ford made a new version of his hit “Sixteen Tons”. Sometimes termed the go-go version, it’s a real floorwinner. Apparently Ernie didn’t care for the new version, can’t say I agree…

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A word to the wise…

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