ORGAN: Five Music Things – A taste of Alison Cotton’s new album, some Vomitatrix, some Weasel Walter, Norwegian electronic project Lights A.M, more Cocaine Piss and who are Rot TV?

Shall we do it again, five more? The Five music things thing for whatever it still might still be worth. Five? There’s something rather compelling about five. Cross-pollination? Five more? and why do we do all this? Do we need to do the editorial bit again? Is there another way? A cure for pulling cats…

ORGAN THING: The Barney Bubbles Online Shop has opened. The influential artist and designer known for his work with Hawkwind, The Damned, Ian Dury, John Cooper Clarke and more has…

This just in, the press release says it all really, the much loved artist and designer, the new Barney Bubbles shop is open now, although mostly for shirts and such right now, we await the news of the prints and especially the gig posters and hopefully the Hawkwind gig posters, for now you can explore…

ORGAN: Five Music Things – Detroit’s rather witchy Varzum, Lyon’s Ashinoa, Hawkwind’s Niall Hone and his Lords of Form, J-Shadow connects his sonic explorations with astrophysics and a touch of Wet Leg as we ease into 2022..

All the striving and the doing it, on we go, 2022 is here and all the trumpets sumoned us, well hopefully not to anything more than more music. The first Five Music Things thing of a new year, the Five music things thing yet again (and again) for whatever it still might be worth. Five?…

ORGAN: Five Music Things – more from Brighton’s Public Body, Wardruna, some Gaygirl, Brooklyn audio visual artist Rachika Nayar, Sophie, Niesporczaki/Tardigrades and…

This five musical things thing is mostly about just that, five musical things that have passed by inthe last few days, five soundbites, five slices of musical information along with those oh so vital links and signposts On we go some more, on we go yet again, Burn down the internet some more, do it…

ORGAN THING: A collection of Robert Calvert remixes? A new album, the Hawkwind legend’s work revisited in just the right way, the right stuff indeed, The Last Star Fighter flies again…

Album review: Robert Calvert – The Last Star Fighter (Cleopatra Records) –  The nebula city is still sounding like the luminous (green) glow of a cutting edge video coin-game, the glorious thing about the music of Tom Mahler was the sparse sparse beauty of it all, the edgy sound of West London’s future shock, of…