JAMES WILLIAMSON: RE-LICKED

By Christopher Nosnibor

The biographical details have more or less passed into legend now: James Williamson was recruited by The Stooges towards the end of 1970 as a second guitarist, but their seminal 1973 release, Raw Power cemented Williamson’s reputation as an integral member of one of the defining bands of the 20th century.

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FOETUS: SOAK / JG THIRLWELL: THE BLUE EYES – ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK

By Christopher Nosnibor

I write unashamedly as a fan first and a critic second when it comes to JG Thirlwell’s work. But it isn’t because I’m blinded by awe that this man can do no wrong; I’m blinded by awe because he can do no wrong. No fence sitting here: JG Thirlwell is the only artist I can name who has produced such a body…

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BELIEVERS ROAST PRESENTS: THE EXQUISITE CORPSE GAME

By Oliver Arditi

The game of Consequences has a long history, probably in the order of two centuries, but quite possibly longer. Back when parlour games were essential lubricants to the passage of time, a progress not demarcated by the dazzling increments of the media age, such diversions had a far more prominent role…

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