Via the introduction of housing acts and accusations of sub-Hendrix wanks, Paul Allen anthroprophhesises our impending dystopia
The album format will never die, says JR Moores, not where psych rock is concerned. With Deep Hum, Bardo Pond, Death Pedals and more
The nihilistic outlook and black humor of noise rock works well in the U.K. where sarcasm is king, ex-factories of the Industrial Revolution era decorate the skyline in a state of dilapidated disrepair, and the weather is usually grey.
After two successful seasons, the eccentric sketch show adopted an ambitious concept for the third – at the expense of its best gags
JR Moores looks back on the Australian psych lords’ annus mirabilis and proposes and few theories on how they proved so productive
From a tragic mythical creature to a time travelling Aaron Burr, the tracks on these seven releases unveil epic narratives
As The Wildhearts' Endless, Nameless Turns 20, JR Moores looks back on Britrock's greatest moment of nihilistic self-sabotage
Taking a break from copywriting for the Betterware catalogue, JR Moores recommends suitable gifts for your psych-rocking loved ones
Necro Deathmort’s music defies categorization as fiercely as David Lynch’s nonlinear narratives defy any single “correct” interpretation...
Speaking to JR Moores about 25 years of noise-rocking with Shellac, Steve Albini recalls avoiding publicity, bearing witness to the rise of Britpop and harbouring an irrational hatred of Billy Joel