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Propels the reader into the British indie music scene of the late 1980s, rock and roll excess, the last gasp of independent record labels and the burgeoning techno/sample craze via two seminal bands of the era.
The global post-industrial underground scene, with a focus on the dark ambient, death industrial, heavy electronics and power electronics.
A rare insider’s view of the post-industrial music underground.
A unique take on the Beatles and their most controversial and divisive LP, reflecting the true spirit of the LP.
A critical analysis of the career of the Manic Street Preachers and their 2001 record Know Your Enemy.
“The Mondo Cane films were an important key to what was going on in the media landscape of the 1960s, especially post the JFK assassination. Nothing was true, and nothing was untrue…” J.G. Ballard from his Introduction
“Morrissey perhaps was seduced by LA like most people who are not from here, lured by the nostalgia of old Hollywood or perhaps simple sunshine.”
The first book devoted to power electronics, written by artists, fans, and critics.
A book about Joy Division fans written by Joy Division fans.
Michael Moorcock is one of the most popular and influential fantasy writers of our time .
The very strange but nevertheless true story of the dark underbelly of a 1960s hippie utopia.
An album by album look at the role of the occult in popular music.
A rocking life railing against the machine, in the company of Johnny Cash, Frank Zappa, Chuck Berry, Gore Vidal, Pete Townshend and others.
A collection of candid interviews spanning 24 years with unique and free-thinking artists.
The definitive rock’n’roll novel, written by a definitive, award winning, best-selling rock’n’roll critic.
A deranged gonzo romp through some of the planet’s finest discos and gutters … in 50 easy to swallow doses.