Kadavar ‘Old Man’ video

New video taken from forthcoming album Berlin, issued August 21st on Nuclear Blast

Read our interview with singer and guitarists Lupus in Shindig! #49. Regarding ‘The Old Man’ he said: “We’ve also been listening to loads of old ’60s Turkish psychedelic stuff. We have this song called ‘The Old Man’ and the melody is very Turkish. “


Simon Love (featuring Stewart Lee) ‘The Meaning Of Love’ video debut

This is a fun one from indie sensation Simon Love. Our fave funny man and Shindig! reader Stewart Lee appears too. Here’s a few words from Simon:

Hello people of Shindig!,
This video came to me in a dream but in the dream I was a lot better looking. Please note my excellent dancing and shadow boxing skills at the end. I’ve since had a haircut.
The song title is meant to make you think that it’s going to be a deep, heartfelt song about what love means to me but is actually Stewart Lee reading out the Wikipedia entry for Love (edited by me a bit though) over me and band – The Old Romantics attempting to be The Mar/Bar-Keys.
It’s taken from my debut solo LP It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time which is out on Fortuna Pop in August. Buy it please.


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


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.



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)

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