Archived since Vol 2, Issue 1 Complete Archive Monthly
Shindig! magazine is an eclectic cornucopia teeming with obscure TV and film, psychedelia, folk, garage rock, folk rock, progressive rock, funk and soul. Expect to find a treasure trove of intriguing tales in the magazine teeming with stories from the golden ages of music. Shindig! is the forum of choice for those who worship the forefathers of modern music. Join the community and enjoy a magazine teaming with the glories of 60’s and 70’s music, film, tv and much more! Legendary clubs, festivals and events, counterculture and everything in between is covered as well, with devotion, dedication and integrity. Over the last 20 years Shindig! has amassed a loyal following of readers from all walks of life, join them today!
The Playn Jayn Straight outta London’s psychedelic pub-rock
scene of the ’80s.
The Soup Dragons The DIY garage-infused beginnings of the Glasgow
The Teardrop Explodes As a Kilimanjaro-sized career overview arrives, we go
deep inside the complex and contrary story of the Merseyside
act that brought psychedelia to the masses like no other.
The Creeps The Swedish garage purists who wooed all that witnessed them before mainstream success became inevitable.
Thoughts & Words Your letters, tweets and emails.
Shindiggin’ What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable.
Subscribers’ Prize Draw Subscribe now and you could win a set of 14 Dark records
It’s A Happening Thing Permanent Clear Light, Edgar Jones, Sam Blasucci, The
Bevis Frond, Calibro 35, The Crystal Teardrop, The Saxophones,
Paul Moody, Enys Men, The 13th Floor Elevators, Full Time Hobby
Family Album The Direct Hits’ 1986 mod-pop outing House Of Secrets
Deep Cuts Choice international garage revival singles of the ’80s
The Cramps How B-movie trash style and ’60s garage-rock
created a monster
20 Questions Musician, publisher, writer and renaissance man
Mike Stax tells all
Reviews The best in reissues, new releases, books, and live shows.
Prize Crossword Win Barclay James Harvest’s Once Again on vinyl
Vinyl Clicks The Birdmen Of Alkatraz’s 1989 garage-psych gem
From The Birdcage
Vinyl Clicks Colin Lloyd Tucker’s 1984 oddity Toybox
Subjects: Film, Film And Performance, Music
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- First Issue: Vol 2, Issue 1
- Latest Issue: Issue 140
- Issue Count: 146
- Published: Monthly