The fate of the music underground tunnel where radio monopolies were confined these threatening cultural revolutions. Nova catching mix of cult songs like White Rabbit, the acid trip of fifteen years before Jefferson Airplane and Devotion by John McLaughlin, one of the pioneers of jazz-rock fusion. 1981 and the lyrical and modernist breakthroughs of the new wave, Tuxedomoon. And his French electronics Heldon, with already big his New York Material, the group of Bill Laswell, a fellow traveler.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a band emerged from the bitter end of the '60s, a group seeded by the ideals of the hippie/acid scene with feelers reaching into the spacy side of Krautrock, while germinating an aggressive sound all its own. Hawkwind's ability to forge their own path, yet remain open to incorporating new styles of music that grew up in their wake, is legendary, and never more apparent than on this double album. Originally released in 1996 and recorded live during the band's 1995 Alien 4 tour, this is not the sound of a 25-year-old band limping around stage lost in space and time, but a defiant celebration of everything Hawkwind had accomplished and were still set to do…
Cats In Space’s debut album ‘Too Many Gods’ was released in 2015 and rightly won the band many rave reviews. Since then they have toured supporting Thunder, done a joint headline tour with Space Elevator, appeared at Hyde Park supporting Phil Collins this summer and have a spot at the legendary Cropredy festival. Now they are set to unleash that difficult second album…no not for these cats as they have musical ideas and tunes many bands would love to have.
Netflix series. After crash-landing on an alien planet, the Robinson family fight against all odds to survive and escape, but they're surrounded by hidden dangers. Creators: Irwin Allen, Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless Stars: Mina Sundwall, Molly Parker, Toby Stephens