Archived since Vol 2, Issue 1 Complete Archive Monthly
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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!

Latest issue
The Stooges Photographic eyewitness accounts from their incendiary live shows
Grand Drive  The out-of-time UK Americana act finally gets it dues
Graham Bell Troubled, fearless, talented, yet doomed to remain a nearly-man
KPM  Behind the golden age of the British library music institution
Joe Meek  The final group productions: How the genius producer crafted some of the wildest records of the Beat era
Ronnie Bird  : The raw, authentic sound of French  anglophile ’60s beat

Thoughts & Words  Your letters, tweets and emails
Shindiggin’  What’s hot on the Shindig! turntable
Subscribers’ Prize Draw  Subscribe now and you could win the monster new Stooges book
It’s A Happening Thing 10 Uni Boys, Thomas Walsh, Large Plants, Say She She, exotica/lounge revival, Reflective Detectives, Essential Forever, Adam Camm, Vinny Peculiar, Tele Music, Marvelous Kid
Family Album Moby Grape’s 1968 sophomore outing Wow
Deep Cuts  Syd Barrett soundalikes from across the musical spectrum
20 Questions  Journalist and editor Allan Jones reflects on 50 years
of prog, punk and the printed word.
Reviews  The best in reissues, new releases, books and live shows
Prize Crossword  Win The Creation’s complete ’60s recordings on CD
Vinyl Art  How CA Quintet recreated Hell in 1969
Vinyl Clicks  Mike Absolom’s Hector And Other Pecadilloes

Subjects: Film, Film And Performance, Music

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  • First Issue: Vol 2, Issue 1
  • Latest Issue: Issue 143
  • Issue Count: 149
  • Published: Monthly