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Pics - Adrian Sherratt - 07976 237651 Andy Morten and Jon Mills (right) the editors of the music magazine Shindig, pictured at Andy’s home in Frome, Somerset (19 April 2015).
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Andy Morten and Jon Mills (right) the editors of the music magazine Shindig, pictured at Andy’s home in Frome, Somerset (19 April 2015).

EDITORIAL

Please contact regarding editorial, reviews,  feature ideas, submissions and just to say “Hi!”

PRs.  Labels. Bands. Movie Makers. Readers…  All welcome.

Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills

Editor-In-Chief

64 North View Road, London, N8 7LL, UK

jon@shindig-magazine.com

Could all queries regarding subscriptions, back issues, stocking the magazine, distribution etc please be sent to subs@silverbackpublishing.rocks


Andy Morten  

Managing Editor / Reviews Editor

6 Stevens Lane, Frome, Somerset BA11 4AY

andy@shindig-magazine.com



BUSINESS

Please contact regarding advertising, subscriptions, stockists and other business matters.

Alan Thomas

Advertising Manager

alan@shindig-magazine.com 

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Louisa Bell

Subscriptions Manager

subs@silverbackpublishing.rocks

Telephone: 020 3752 2263


Tom Saunders

Publisher

tom@silverbackpublishing.rocks 


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54 comments on “Contact

  1. Hi really sorry to hear of your plight….and I hope things turn around quickly.

    I’m just wondering where this situation leaves me as a subscriber to the now stolen and vandalised Shindig ! mag ?

    Cheers

    Col

  2. Good to see the Shindig! website up and running, guys! Looking forward to the next issue, (the REAL) Shindig issue # 47 (I’ve just returned the Enemy’s fake #47 to sender and told them I don’t want any further issues, asking my money back for the remaining period of my subscription).

  3. Hi Jon & Andy

    Great to see your new website and hear that in the midst of this painful and difficult time, new creative shoots will emerge once more. I have left you my old email address again, so you can add me to your new data base you are creating. I look forward to seeing Shindig rise again once more.

    All the best

    Manjunaga

  4. Go Fellas !! Love the mag, I hope that Shindig will still be available in the newsagents in Australia.

  5. I’m relatively new to Shindig!, got the “Interstellar Overdrive” special issue, then picked up the issue with the Pretty Things at a local bookstore. That prompted me to buy several back-issues just before I heard of all the turmoil. Will those back-orders still be fulfilled?

  6. As a previously loyal subscriber of many years please feel free to add my name to your contact/newsletter/future subscription list.
    I will be requesting a return of my unused 2015 subscription funds from Volc***.
    Good luck.

  7. I am a big Shindig fan since I discovered this back in 2011. Shindig is the best music magazine these days and will always be! Looking forward to the next issue of the real Shindig, not the fake one!

  8. SHINDIG is a real desert island nugget – supplying endless reading and often subsequent listening pleasure. Hard to put down and guaranteed to be picked up again once time allows. The best cure for forgetting daily stress that I know. I sincerely hope that a new publisher can be found for this magazine treasure!

  9. got an email asking if I wanted to purchase #48, so I went to supposed ordering window but none was there. It actually said to click on banner in right hand pane, there was none. So can you tell me how to order?
    Thanks!
    p.s. nice to see you back on the road.

  10. I truly wish that every issue of “SHINDIG” magazine would be released the same way that both “Rolling Stone Cover To Cover” and “Playboy Cover To Cover” were released as a “BondiReaderConsole” aka “SHINDIG” Cover To Cover. That’s every single issue from issue #1 to the present issue.

  11. Hi Jon,

    can you send me you Shindig post address. I would like to send you my last Stoned Circus 20th anniversary LP comp for review please ?

    best
    Stéphane

  12. Dear Jon and Andy.

    I have purchased every issue of Shindig! since The Charlatans cover (except for the LA issue, because I was moving and it appears to be sold out). I used to buy your mag at Amoeba Records in either San Francisco or Berkeley or Barnes & Noble in El Cerrito (near my friend Alec Palao’s house. Since I have now moved back to Dearborn, Michigan (10 miles West of Detroit) to care for my late parents house, I have only been able to find it at Barnes & Noble in near by Allen Park. Last time I went to purchase the latest issue of Shindig! and found Kaliedoscope in it’s place. Since it sported your logo on the cover, I dutifully bought it. As I looked through it, I figured something was amiss, but I was still confused. Now I can see what happened, by reading this blog. I am writing this to you Jon and Andy, because I have designed all of the SteadyBoy Records adverts that have appeared in your pages, as well as, many of their CD and vinyl packages. I think that I should let the folks at SteadyBoy know what has happened,

    Also, you should know that I just designed not only the poster for The Charlatans 50th Anniversary concerts at the Red Dog Saloon and Piper’s Opera House in Virginia City, Nevada, but the CD jackets for two important new SteadyBoy releases. The Charlatans live “Playing In The Hall” album and the new Davie Allan & The Arrows “The King Of The Fuzz Guitar” album. Davie is also celebrating 50 years in the music. Freddie “Steady” Krc is playing drums with The Charlatans, so that Dan Hicks can be up front and Austin de Lone will cover for the late Michael Ferguson on piano. Lots more that I could tell you, but perhaps I should write you in an email. Alec Palao, has also compiled a vinyl “best of” album for The Charlatans called “The Limit Of The Marvelous” on the Big Beat/Ace label.

    One last question for now. Will I still be able to purchase the latest issue of Shindig! (with The Grateful Dead on the cover) or has that channel of distribution gone with Kaliedoscope? Help!!!

    You friend, Dennis Loren

  13. Hi Dennis. You’ll be glad to know – and you can learn more if you read through the “Thoughts & Words” area of the blog – that Shindig! is back in our possession with a nice new publisher. We should be available in all of the same places as we were before and will continue as we were. This was a major hiccup that we fought through and got through. Phew!

  14. Latest issue of the magazine is excellent and not just because it has a letter from me in it!

  15. Glad you are back!Will you still be in Chapters stores in Canada?
    Thank-you for putting out such a great publication.
    Jeff

  16. Hello, Stranges things happened this time your story with Procol Harum song look a like the 70s Tour by the Michael Clarkes BYRDS same cover but without genius . As 62 years old music freak I know that kind of breakage (as French I’d could wrote braquage aka Hold up) could also happen but you’ll still better than that.

    Keep on running

    Franck Roquancourt

  17. Hi, tried to order issue 52 but I’m getting an error message along the lines of “cannot determine a shipping method/cost” even though I’m in the UK, you may want to take a look, cheers.

  18. I placed an order for 1 years subscription but was never asked for a mailing address but only billing. It is to be mailed to my son’s home. Please let me know how to get this address in my order.

    Thank you,
    Joyce Adams

  19. Just subscribed- already got some issues, just what we need to read- it’s like visiting my old record shop in Southampton in the ’80’s- who sold me Pearls before swine, chocolate watch band, Zappa etc (Alan on Cobden Bridge Road) or visiting Mark and Hugo in Balham (Magic Mixture) in the ’90s (where I would fill cd sleeves with what ever was around- Red Chair Fadeaway, Morgen, Laghonia, etc and got sold all manner of goodies) and I was a customer! Looking forward to my trip to Bexhill to see family and visit Nick Saloman’s shop (Bevis Frond). Looking forward to my next issue! just wish I could get some of the older ones…..

  20. Hi, I have recently had a book published called Punks on Scooters. It is my autobiographical account of the Bristol mod revival 1979-1985. I was wondering if you would be so kind as to review it if you think its worthy. I can send you a copy.
    I’ve never approached a magazine before, so i hope i’m not going about this the wrong way.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Punks-Scooters-Bristol-Revival-1979-1985/dp/1910089443/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1476205710&sr=8-1&keywords=punks+on+scooters

    Many thanks
    Mike

  21. I purchased a years subscription but only received 1 issue. I changed addresses but indicated this when I signed up. Please let me know how to remedy this

  22. What is wrong with your website: i have been with you since no1 and have bought most directly from you through your site. i am a subscriber and receive your news letters and updates twice every month. So why is it when I go to log in on your website I get rejected and told my email is not recognized. How the f*** does that happen. Then I try to pay on Paypal and it goes back to the login page. Please get it together man. This is not the first time either.

    A dedicated follower of music down the ages.

    Cheers!

  23. Apologies for my last post concerning purchasing magazine via Silverback. That was my bad. Uou were all good and I was bad.
    Aploogies!

  24. Just to follow up: I was easily able to purchase mags through Silverback, just wasn’t used to the order of things. All good now.

    Sorry and cheers!

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