Goblin to perform Dawn Of The Dead

CLAUDIO SIMONETTI’S GOBLIN TO PERFORM DAWN OF THE DEAD LIVE

29TH OCTOBER 2015, 7:30PM

BOXXED, 104 – 108 FLOODGATE ST, BIRMINGHAM, WEST MIDLANDS, B5 5SR

£20.00 + B/FEE

‘When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth…’ 

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Lunar Festival and The Electric Cinema are teaming up on Thursday 29th October to present a very special cinematic event, as Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin arrive in Birmingham to perform a live soundtrack alongside a screening of George Romero’s original 1978 horror masterpiece Dawn Of The Dead. Read more Goblin to perform Dawn Of The Dead

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Shindig! 50th Issue, Party & Podcast

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Shindig! 50th Birthday Issue

It’s a big one for anyone; us particularly, considering what 2015 threw up. And here we are, alive and kicking at 50. The issue hits the shops on September 10th (when we will also unleash our Podcast with interviews and chat with TEMPLES, GHOSTBOX and WHITE FENCE recorded at Green Man). On October 8th we’ll have a fabulous party at Rough Trade East in London’s hip East End with THE PRETTY THINGS (sign up here).

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Please enjoy our video preview of issue #50

starring…

THE FACES
Flying: The First Steps of a ’70s rock institution

JOHN RENBOURN
The master guitarist in his own words

DAN PENN & SPOONER OLDHAM
Legendary southern soul songwriters

AUDIENCE
London art-rock favourites

ARTHUR BROWN
The God Of Hellfire reflects on 50 years of music

NICOLAS GODIN
Air man in fab Bach Off

DIANE COFFEE
Foxygen drummer’s second solo album

ROBERTA FLACK
The First time

THE OPTIC NERVE
New York folk-rock

GRAVEYARD
Sweden’s award winning rockers

SIMON LOVE
Potty mouthed brilliance



and much, much more!

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The Faces “1970” – Cover Stars of Issue #50

We just love The Faces, and we know you do too. They really were the most relaxed, yet feral, band of their era. Mark Raison and Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills met Kenney Jones two weeks back (for the now written) cover story that charts the band’s formation and rapid rise.

Enjoy a live ’70 show recorded at The Marquee and a cool early interview with the band below, alongside information on the forthcoming boxset.


 

FACES: YOU CAN MAKE ME DANCE, SING OR ANYTHING (1970-1975)

image001The Collection Includes Newly Remastered Versions Of All Four Studio Albums

With A Bonus Disc Of Rarities 

Limited Edition Vinyl Version Boasts Remastered Sound Cut From The Original Analog Masters And Packaging That Meticulously Recreates The Original Albums Read more The Faces “1970” – Cover Stars of Issue #50

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WIN a set of tickets to see The Grateful Dead concert film ‘Fare Thee Well’ live in the cinema

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As readers of this issue will know, on Monday July the 6th 250 UK cinemas will be broadcasting a satellite screening of The Grateful Dead’s “Final Concert’. We have two pairs of tickets up for grabs in any of the participating cinemas.


To win, please answer the following question: “Which Wake Of The Flood song was debuted live in September 1972?”

Email your answer to win@shindig-magazine.com with “The Grateful Dead Comp” in the Subject Line. The deadline is Monday June 29th. We will notify the winners on the 30th.

 

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10 Of The Best: The Supremes’ Deep Cuts

 

To celebrate the publication of Shindig! #48 here are 10 overlooked tunes from the catalogue of America’s most successful girl group of the ’60s, The Supremes, as chosen by the Shindig! team. Check the pages of the magazine for detailed track-by-track annotation and comments by none other than Mary Wilson herself.


 

1. YOUR HEART BELONGS TO ME (Single, 1962)

Read more 10 Of The Best: The Supremes’ Deep Cuts

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