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Published 8 May 2014

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Shindig! 39
Published 8 May

THE END
Shades Of Orange: from the heart of Swinging London via The Rolling Stones to cult adoration

THE PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY
It’s A Happening Thing with LA’s psychedelic folk-rock congregation

BONNIE DOBSON
Walking out in the morning dew with Canada’s first lady of folk

THE SOUNDCARRIERS
The kings (and queen) of retro-futurist analog grooves tell all

Plus: CHRIS FARLOWE • NYMBUS • EXPLODING GALAXY and much more!

Included in this issue: REVERBERATE MAGAZINE
featuring the latest sights and sounds from the ever-expanding new wave psych scene.

Plus: Competition to win a TEAC LP-P1000 - CD/radio/record player

 

 

 

Shindig 39