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!
PP Arnold: The pop-soul legend reflects on her stillborn mid-70s band Axis.
The 2023 Shindig! Writers’ Poll: Our highlights of the year’s music, books, live shows, TV, radio and more.
1964-1984: A brisk trot through 20 years that changed music forever.
1964: The Fairies: Wild, untamed R&B from the blues heartland of, um, Essex.
1974: Big Star: Looking to the past while sounding like the future, the Memphis act crafts its second album.
1984: Plasticland: Out-of-time authentic lysergic emanations!
20 Questions: Folkie, psychedelic seer, bohemian, family man. Donovan celebrates 60 years in music with a deluxe box set of one of his most cherished albums.
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 bundle of Cambridge Audio and Qobuz goodies!
It’s A Happening Thing: Gruff Rhys, Emma Anderson, Project Gemini, Monde UFO, Raze Regal & White Denim Inc, Ruby J, East Village, Jim Jones, European club culture, Gulls.
Family Album: Chris Farlowe With The Hill’s From Here To Mama Rosa.
Songbook: Roger Nichols and Paul Williams’ ‘Do You Really Have A Heart?’
Deep Cuts: Rare, overlooked and unavailable library music albums
Reviews: The best in reissues, new releases, books and live shows.
Prize Crossword: Win the new vinyl edition of The Move’s Shazam.
Vinyl Art: Szörényi Levente’s Hungarian 1973 oddity Utazás.
Vinyl Clicks: Jeremy’s Secret’s The Snowball Effect.