Shindig! Broadcast #25 with Judy Dyble


Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills and Thomas Patterson play the music behind Shindig! magazine. Judy Dyble from Fairport Convention / Trader Horne pops in to discuss the London counter culture of the ’60s

As always we had a ball. Yes, the fader wasn’t on to start with, a song cut out and so on… Bah, mere teething problems. Once we started getting into it we were cooking with gas. What music! What music! Judy was absolutely lovely too.

We’ll be back at Soho Radio on July 14th. And remember, any bands or singers who inhabit the Shindigverse are welcome to come on air to be interviewed and play… we can accommodate sessions… And labels, send lovely vinyl our way. We aim to grow this show… from small things etc etc

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Shindig! Broadcast #24 debuts on Soho Radio

This is a big one for us and very exciting… Every four weeks we will be playing out live on Soho Radio doing what we have always done… but LIVE… as the early errors on this fab show will attest. Tune in now!



Not everything was played, but you’ll get the idea. We took in way too much. Read on to see the tracklist. Read more Shindig! Broadcast #24 debuts on Soho Radio


Shindig! Broadcast #22

Jon, Paul and Andy flick through the contents of issue #54 and pull out some incredible tunes… and they chat too

Shindig! Broadcast #22 by Jon Mojo Mills on Mixcloud


Shindig! on Green Man Radio

Jon and Andy had a lovely time at this year’s Green Man (full review to run in issue #50) and were invited by friend Will Hodgkinson to come onto his “’70s Acid-Folk Hour” show on the festival’s own radio station. (Listen here.) They popped in, philosophised and then headed off out into the temporal sun to enjoy yet another fine Welsh ale. 11900015_10206903973175383_3995401922685020408_n



Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills on Dinner Specials… With May Pang & Cynthia Neilson Live


What a busy day for the Shindig! PR Machine.  Not only has the magazine and its story ran in The Guardian, Editor-In-Chief Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills has just finished chatting with May and Cynthia about the perils of editing a magazine from the heart. There’s some interesting Beatles chat once Jon leaves too.  

Listen to the show here