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From The Velvets To The Voidoids by Clinton Heylin So, who has time to read these days?  Well, I do…barely.  I recently plowed through a book that offered plenty of insight into a few of rock music’s more lively and mysterious chapters, From The Velvets To The Voidoids by Clinton Heylin, noted scribe of, among […]

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Somewhere shy of the live feedback outbursts of Quicksilver Messenger Service and The Grateful Dead, yet heavier, more demented and sludgier than The MC5 or The Stooges, lays Chicago’s Plastic Crimewave Sound.  Named after their vocalist, Plastic Crimewave, the crew draws from ’60’s garage punk psychedelia, the stoned-out desert mirages of Kyuss and Fu Manchu, […]

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