3 Nov 2015

This Week's Quick Links

Love's final studio album Reel to Real is finally being reissued. You can read about it here on Dangerous Minds, where you can also hear a previously unreleased bonus track "Graveyard Hop".

Martin Phillipps from The Chills offers some track-by-track insights on the new album "Silver Bullets".

Welsh psychedelic alchemists Soft Hearted Scientists have announced a deluxe reissue of their album "Tales From the Everyday Undergrowth" with an extra disc of demo recordings.

Underground psych-folk legend Nick Garrie is back in action, and Le Guess Who? are premiering a new song on their website. He'll also be playing at the next Le Guess Who? Festival.

The two-disc version of the new Bob Dylan Bootleg Series entry is now streaming over at NPR - sounds amazing!

Some precious 1972 live footage of the Shaggs has just found its way onto Youtube. Check it out on Dangerous Minds.

Kosmischer Läufer Volume Three is now available for digital pre-order. Vinyl pre-orders will become available once the Kosmo's have received the records, and are satisfied with the pressing quality.

Diane Coffee is the latest artist to be featured on NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts, complete with full band and string quartet. Looks cramped.

John Carpenter talks soundtracks on Insomniac.

And lastly, readers of a certain age should probably check out this mashup of the Doors' "Light My Fire" with the "Steptoe & Son" theme.

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