New Shindig reviews are out!

The latest batch of reviews over at Shindig are up and they are essential reading. You can also get the details on how to order the brand new issue of the Shindig Magazine as well as their first compilation CD “We Set The Scene: The Gospel According to Shindig!” All very cool. All very necessary for the true connoisseur of all things rock and roll.
Later.

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  1. Greetings,

    SLOWBOAT FILMS is about to complete a feature length documentary about legendary primitive rock ‘n’ roll and garage label “VOODOO RHYTHM RECORDS” entitled “VOODOO RHYTHM – The Gospel Of Primitive Rock ‘n’ Roll.”

    The film features in depth interviews, live gigs and private home concerts of the following artists:
    Rev. Beat-Man, The Dead Brothers, The Monsters, King Khan, DM Bob, Thee Whatzloves, Zeno Tornado & The Boney Google Brothers, The Come ‘n Go, Dink Winkerton and a special appearance by The Velvet Hammer Burlesque.

    The film will premiere in NYC at the Tromadance film festival and will be available on DVD in March.

    Meanwhile you can view and download the film’s trailer at http://www.voodoorhythm.com.

    Simply click on the site’s movie section and become a believer…

    SLOWBOAT FILMS will also release a concert film, portraying the notorious Garage Massacre known as “THE MONSTERS”.

    For questions and pre-orders, please contact slowboatfilms@hotmail.com.

    Cheers

    M.A. Littler
    Slowboat Films

    “We just got this world, then the fireworks, boy. Just this world, then the fireworks, and we ain’t got long for this world.”

  2. THE DEAD BROTHERS
    He Who’s Not Busy Being Born Is Busy Dying

    WARNING: This is a schizophrenic film.

    Meet THE DEAD BROTHERS one of the world’s strangest and most inimitable bands.

    Rock ‘n’ Roll meets Gypsy Music meets Delta Blues meets Vaudeville Cabaret meets Hank Williams…and that’s only the film’s musical side!

    Thematically THE DEAD BROTHERS – He who’s not busy being born is busy dying, takes you on a rollercoaster ride that ranges from death to humour, from genocide to the Armenian Diaspora and from the need of creation to black slapstick humour and back.

    You believe all that does not belong together?

    We agree.

    The film is scheduled for completion in December and will be available for cinema, club and festival bookings in January 2006.

    Feel free to visit http://www.slowboatfilms.com/htm/media.htm to view and download the film’s trailer in excellent quality (Windows & Mac files are available).

    Sincerely,

    M.A. Littler
    http://www.slowboatfilms.com

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