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Live Forever Genesis P-Orridge: Our Favorite 20 Tracks

If Timothy Leary’s infamous declaration of the late ’60s to “Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out” ever found an ideal human embodiment, it was not the craggy old professor himself (who later walked back the “Drop Out” part) but instead… Continue Reading →

Live Forever Andrew Weatherall: Our Favorite 20 Tracks

Andy Weatherall is the type of dude that you don’t realize has had a massive effect on your life until he hits the radar for something (in this case, dying tragically at too young an age) and you look over… Continue Reading →

An Exhaustive Ode To Australian Indie Rock

Vacationing on Kitty Miller Bay is still a goal of mine despite the horrific images of not only beds (shoutout Midnight Oil) but the land itself burning to a crisp along with animals and humans in the vicinity. A clip… Continue Reading →

On The Rumored Black Crowes Cash Grab Reunion & Brothers In Bands

The Spiritual Significance Of The Crow – It is usually believed that the crow is a symbol of bad luck and death, but it is not always the case. As we have already said, a crow may be a symbol of life magic and mysteries. It also symbolizes… Continue Reading →

New Orleans’ Flow Tribe Bust Out From The South

Every music writer and their mother’s cousin always writes about “The New Orleans Sound” as if that were a singular, tangible thing, as if it could all be boiled down to some sort of traditional formula that anyone born east… Continue Reading →

Jemma Freeman and the Cosmic Something

I first came to learn of Jemma when my friend Josh Gaffin at WSTQ in West Virginia spun “Helen is a Reptile”, a blistering tale of mental confusion fused with a sort of stony peculiarity. The ridiculously NSFW video finds… Continue Reading →

Wild-Eyed, Paisley-Clad Destroyer: Niche Appeal’s Five Favorite Ginger Baker Performances

We at The Niche would like to salute the wild-eyed redhead percussion destroyer known as Ginger Baker by offering up our favorite five Baker performances. It was tough to limit this to five, but hey man the nature of the… Continue Reading →

Thelma and the Sleaze: Onstage Fights, Alabama Living, and Riffs For Days

The band is named “Thelma and the Sleaze” and their album is titled Fuck. Marry. Kill. This should tell a lot of what you need to know about this Nashville-born touring machine, but it doesn’t tell you everything. Thelma and… Continue Reading →

Into The Interzone With The Psychotic Monks

“Life […] is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing” -Macbeth The Psychotic Monks, existing since 2012, rattle the cribs of infantile fans of the latest brand of wimp rock. I am digging deeper… Continue Reading →

Dead Grateful Dead Keyboard Players Volume 3: Vince Welnick

All of the many Grateful Dead keyboard player deaths are full-scale tragedies, but easily the saddest and most haunting would be that of the Dead’s final keys man, the Hawaiian-shirt-rocking former Tube Vince Welnick. For while most of the dead… Continue Reading →

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