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Monday, 14 April 2014
Bucketfull Of Brains #83 is now available. The new issue can now be ordered by mail-order and there’s a PayPal button with a drop-down menu below. Please ensure that you pick the correct price for your territory. If you're in London you can pick up a copy in Sister Ray.
Prices inclusive of postage etc are UK ￡5.20, Europe ￡8.25, and USA / Rest Of The World ￡9.60
Posted by Nick Bob at 11:54
Friday, 4 April 2014
Bucketfull Of Brains #82 is now available. The new issue can now be ordered by mail-order and there’s a PayPal button with a drop-down menu below. Please ensure that you pick the correct price for your territory. If you're in London you can pick up a copy in Sister Ray.
The new magazine was as ever put together by Terry Hermon with editorial input from Nick West; many of our usual contributors are present and correct; Mick Dillingham, Phil Suggitt, Charles Pitter, Martin Dowsing, Simon Wright, Jud Cost, David Bash, Dennis Dalcin, Kevin Mathews, David M Snyder and Jeremy Gluck. We welcome Ieuan Franklin. Plus we welcome back Gurbir Dhillon.
There’s something of a UK home counties focus to this issue as we feature DANNY AND THE CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD, THE SNAKES, THE DREAMING SPIRES, THE EPSTEIN, and the Hastings-born exile WESLEY STACE. There’s also a clear Swedish tendency as BENJAMIN FOLKE THOMAS is interviewed, and there’s an account of Stockholm’s THE PLASTIC PALS recent New York jaunt.
Mick Dillingham looks at the splendid FRUITS DE MER label and talks to co-founder Keith Jones along with Greg Curvey of THE LUCK OF EDEN HALL and Nathan Hall of SOFT HEARTED SCIENTISTS. Plus Dennis’ Garage, various bits and pieces on THE TRONICS, SPRING RECORDS and more.
Prices inclusive of postage etc are UK ￡5, Europe ￡7.80, and Rest Of The World ￡9.20.
Posted by Nick Bob at 11:15
Friday, 23 August 2013
Bucketfull Of Brains #81 has just published. The new issue can now be purchased by mailorder and there’s a PayPal button below. Please ensure that you pick the correct price for your territory.
The new magazine was as ever put together by Terry Hermon with some editorial input from Nick West; many of our usual contributors are present and correct; Mick Dillingham, Phil Suggitt. Jud Cost, David Bash, Dennis Dalcin, Kevin Mathews and David M Snyder. Simon Wright returns to talk to THE FLAMIN’ GROOVIES on the night of their Scala show last month, and our old pal Dave Western took some excellent photos in the fading light of a gloomy day. Martin Dowsing provides a tranche of reviews, and we welcome new contributors in John Kieffer, Jane Parsons and Charles Pitter.
Artists featured include M.WARD, FAMILY, GREG ROBERSON, IAIN MATTHEWS, DREAM SYNDICATE, BEAULIEU PORCH, THE LUCK OF EDEN HALL, M. G. BOULTER, JOHN PARISH, ERIC VOEKS and ELLIOTT MURPHY. Plus Dennis’ Garage and bits (and we mean bits) on SHAGRAT RECORDS, THE REPLACEMENTS, THE SEE SEE, and other stuff probably.
Prices inclusive of postage etc are UK ￡.4.50, Europe ￡7, and Rest Of The World ￡8.25.
(To order back issues please visit bucketfullofbrains.com)
Posted by Nick Bob at 12:32
Monday, 22 October 2012
Bucketfull Of Brains #80 has just published. The new issue can now be purchased by mailorder and there’s a PayPal button below. Please ensure that you pick the correct price for your territory.
The new magazine was mainly put together by Terry Hermon and Phil Suggitt, and many of our usual contributors are present and correct; Mick Dillingham, Jud Cost, David Bash, Dennis Dalcin, Kevin Mathews and David M Snyder. Jeremy Gluck returns with tales of THE BARRACUDAS in Japan, Paul Martin brings extensive coverage of a fabulous new survey of GLAM ROCK picture sleeves. And Oliver Suggitt brings the wind of youth into the mix in writing about THE SPECTRALS.
There’s a chat with our jangly psych buddies THE SEE SEE, a wide-ranging interview with CHRIS STAMEY about BIG STAR, THE dB’s and his latest solo project. JONATHAN SEGEL talks about his solo projects and, of course, a bit about CAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN. GRACE SLICK tells the professor about Blows Against The Empire. JEFF LITMAN tells his tale. And we hear from Ramblin’ Steve all about the history and the ethos of the WHAT’S COOKIN’ club in East London.
Plus reviews and bits on SHAGRAT RECORDS, PROCOL HARUM, and other stuff probably.
￡4.25 to the UK, ￡6.75 to Europe, ￡8.25 to USA & ROW
Posted by Nick Bob at 11:21
Saturday, 28 January 2012
So, hello. Where’ve you been? Oh, where’ve we been? Around...
Is it that long since 78/79 landed? Guess so. Have you got it? No? Quickly here, there aren’t many left. What’s been happening? Well Richard Buckner and Sacri Cuori were pretty ace, alone and together. Danny Champ and Richard Warren. Jason McNiff just last Monday at the Borderline. Taking Ben Folke Thomas to see Glen Campbell. The Loft. Pete Wylie being Pete Wylie. Jones and Simonon and Primal Scream doing ‘Jail Guitar Doors’. There’ve been moments but it’s been a hiatus, and now before nature abhors this vacuum too much let’s see some activity.
First activity is announcements from the record label of no less than three upcoming releases between now and May:
First off is a reissue of Trent Miller’s Cerberus (BoB 112). Originally self-released on his own Hangman Label in autumn 2009 it’s now getting a new push with a listed release date of 5th March. Visit his website and learn more about it.
Then we’re very pleased to be giving a UK and European release to Edward Rogers’ Porcelain (BoB 121) originally put out in the US and Canada on Zip last autumn. This is Ed’s fourth solo album and as ever it features a plethora of New York’s finest. Due 2nd April.
And then, drum roll if you don’t mind, we’re extremely pleased to announce we’re putting out John Murry’s The Graceless Age (BoB 122) on 7th May. An extraordinary record. You may recall World Without End which John recorded with the old Memphis folkie Bob Frank; this is the solo album he’s been working on since. It involves a number of famed SF musicians including Chuck Prophet and it’s going to make some waves.
All that is just bare bones (and a few links) for today but over the next days and weeks we’ll surely be posting a lot of (metaphorical) meat.
Posted by Nick Bob at 16:37