Wild sounds from past dimensions!
'60s Mod, psyche and garage rock bands and other cultural artifacts.
In this issue: Southern California garage psych cult heroes Things to Come, notorious for mysterioso monster tracks like “Sweet Gina” and “Speak of the Devil.” They are joined on the cover by San Francisco’s seminal punk rock’n’roll villains Crime, the subject of a sensational new feature story loaded with scandalous revelations from the heyday of the ‘70s punk scene.
Other stories include: Canadian heavy psych monsters Bent Wind, New England ‘60s garage rocker Travis Pike, Boston punks Unnatural Axe, Texas punks The Skunks, glam rock mystery band Pandora, The Box Tops, San Diego’s Inmates, an archeological expedition into the Music Machine’s garage, and interviews with The Turtles, Christine Ohlman (the Wrongh Black Bag), and Keith Richards’ guitarmaker Ted Newman Jones. Plus the latest installment in Cyril Jordan’s ongoing Flamin’ Groovies saga, and our extensive review sections, the ultimate consumers’ guide to all the latest vinyl and CD reissues and rock‘n’roll-related books.