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This is a very nice site. It is the Official Bob Mould website. Biography, Discographies what he is listening to and reading, all things Bob.
Go Loaf! - The Official Archers of Loaf Homepage filled with items and info, all you need to know and more. (I love the over use of the word 'Official' on the web)
This guy Johan Dijkhuis, of Groningen, The Netherlands has this excelent site devoted to Melanie [you know, Melanie Safka the semi-folk-rock-mama from the sixties]
JFA still lives. Go see the site made by band member Brian Brannon. Get the history and the latest.
Every thing you ever wanted to know about todays best rock. The solid and the actual: they produce, and it's in spades. Listen to the site:
The Guided By Voices Web Site
This guy, Tony Jacobson, has an alphabetical listing of music related web sites. It is very excellent, cool and useful. Need to find a bands web site? Check him out.
Tony's Music Links
Scenes, Zines and barnaclesA nice web-zine all about the music that is. They seem to be similar in nature to this horrific life, the life of Sled Bag. Have a look and read the writin' on the wall (screen).
New York and New Jersey concert listing:
Son of The Concert Calendar
all things garage
all things punk rock
World Wide Punk
New Jersey radio that rules: wfmu
Record companiesBloodshot Records
Cow punk label out of Chicago. Waco Brothers, Grievous Angels, Moonshine Willy, Whiskeytown, The Meat Purveyors and various other bands . . .
Canadian label that hosts the likes of Hayden, Whiskeytown, and Home Grown.
Last Beat Records
Home of Clowns for Progress and the Darlingtons, from Texas.
DIY music site. Very informative for the home recorder types.
An incredible site of more on line record labels than you can shake a stick at.
Record Labels on the Web
Where all 8-tracks go when they die:
This is what it's all about, David Mortons home of devices gone by.
Dead Recording Media
art, but there's a good mis-heard lyric section
(semi) Non-music related linksBrendan deVallance & Nixie Nox's site of art, home, writing and 8-Track tapes. Hey wait a minute that's music related . . . .
John Barker dot com, master of his own domain
Abrasives magazine "Hard and ultra-hard materials have been identified as one of the primary field where processing improvements and more advanced products can be anticipated. Such products will have an increased "technological knowledge content" and will have to be manufactured using processing technology that is more advanced and better controlled. . . . "
other perverse stuffslash