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Loitered Lens: Demented Are Go

Welsh Psychobillies Demented Are Go inflict themselves upon Watford's Old Brewery for another evening of ill-mannered disarray....

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Reverend Horton Heat, Islington Academy.

During a dusty warm front in old London town, Reverend Horton Heat and his punkabilly ensemble took to the stage at Islington Academy...

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June Gigs, London [Thunder on the Left]

Makes you want to jump behind the wheel of the Mustang and hit the road on a prolonged killing spree. ...

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Legendary Shack Shakers UK Tour

The Shack Shakers will be riling up their legion British fans from the 21st to 27th October, rounding things neatly off at London’s iconic 100 Club....

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Kid Congo Powers : London Show

If you’ve not yet had the opportunity to see Kid play live I strongly suggest you remedy this by grabbing tickets as soon as you possibly can...

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Loitered Lens : The Sonics

Every number was another thick layer of royal icing on the garage cake ...

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Hank Ray : I Walked With A Holy Ghost Cowboy

The sound of someone blowing large smoke rings up the ass of Psychobilly and it’ll truly make you happier than a dead pig in the sunshine....

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Lux Lives – Long Live Lux Interior

We raise a large glass in honour of Lux coming into this world and into our lives. Long live Lux Interior. One very important message from the scriptures of Interior is to love life, live with a...

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Loitered Lens : Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons

Puss Johnson cut a dated dash in red boots, tight leopard print attire, high lacquered hair and leopard face paint. You know, like you have at kids parties....

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Reverend Elvis Interview [Part 2]

I don't follow any religion or political ideology or whatever. I can think by myself....

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Tokyo Rockabilly Club – The Book.

They played Rock ‘n’ Roll from a stereo and started to dance as if they were in a club, not in a public park in the middle of Tokyo. ...

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Reverend Elvis : Interview

'For getting drunk and angry: Psychobilly and Punk is still the best music in the world!'...

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Loitered Lens: Link Wray

I said, “Let me give you a hand” and proceeded to walk arm in arm with Link Wray, dodging the traffic, across Camden High Street...

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Kid Congo Powers : Interview [Part 2]

'I was in and out of the closet. I was a very flamboyant gay teenager and became a rock ‘n’ roller'...

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Reverend Elvis : Desperation

Think Death/Psycho/Gospel/Blues/Country Billy and then some. Everything Psychobilly should be, but isn’t. ...

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Kid Congo Powers : Interview [Pt.1]

When The Cramps asked me to be in The Cramps, I quit everything, threw my shoes in their air and my books out the window and said, I’m going with you!...

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Hank Ray : Interview [Pt. 2]

Berlin sightseeing? Guess I would take you on a “Dining ‘n’ Drinking with the Dead” roundtrip. John Heartfield, Bertholt Brecht, Nico. Something like that! I don’t dig tourists’ hotspots....

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Kid Congo Powers and the Pink Monkey Birds [Live]

Kid Congo Powers, once guitarist for The Cramps, (and Nick Cave), unleashes his six-string on Brighton's Green Door Store...

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Hank Ray : Interview [Part 1]

In advance of the release of Sinister Funtime, Hank Ray talks (at length) about music, The Cramps, labels and lyrics...

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Hank Ray and The Raymen : Sinister Funtime.

Sinister Funtime is twisted and wretched. The whole album is a crazed booze-fuelled sex-beat for delinquents everywhere. ...

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Danzig/Doyle to Play Misfits Set in the UK

Danzig and Doyle together again to play Misfits set in the UK...

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Tav Falco : Live in London

Tav Falco releases Live in London, a vinyl-only recording, on Stag-O-Lee records...

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Lux Interior : In Memoriam

On the anniversary of Lux Interior's death, Mr BAD gathers some loving memories of the Cramps frontman....

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Creeping Ivies: Stay Wild

Becca has a strong, more booming voice than the punk singers, at times reminiscent of PJ Harvey or Empress of Fur. Perhaps a bit of gravel or drawl would have added to the tone, but generally it was...

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The Raymen: Death’s Black Train EP

If you don’t buy it you will die, if you do buy it you will die. You may as well buy it and die happy....

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Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster: Electric Ballroom [Live]

As they launch into the second song of the set, the filthy 'Celebrate Your Mother', members of the audience are already flinging themselves around and being dragged, sometimes minus footwear, over...

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Great Walls of Fire! Psychobilly goes Chinese

Hot dang if these Asian dudes aren't slamming out some of that much talked about psychobilly music....

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Mad Sin: 25 Years ‘Still Mad’

Personally I’d rather see them live or listen to Burn and Rise, but this is an ideal Halloween present for any hardcore fan with a Mad Sin patch sewn onto their sleeveless denim jacket. And it’s...

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The Peacocks: Don’t Ask

Curiously, as they get older The Peacocks seem to mutate into a band that will appeal to a younger audience. The music may not be breaking any musical boundaries, but they retain their youthful anger...

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Missy Le Pink: London Crawlin’

Now that the crossfire has died down, Col. Jon pokes his head up from behind the outhouse to review Viva Le Pink's London Crawlin' EP. Warning: Contains the word 'Psychobilly'. ...

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