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Monday, November 21 2011

Francis Plagne: Tenth Volume of Maps

Australian Francis Plagne makes most straightforward release to date.


Monday, October 3 2011

“Red Hood & the Outlaws” is Editor’s Choice of DC’s New 52

Red Hood & the Outlaws is the pick of DC's relaunch. Here's why.


Tuesday, March 8 2011

Michael Chapman: Fully Qualified Survivor

Chapman released this record in 1970. It's been out of print on vinyl for years. It's never been issued on CD in the States. Oh, and it's also one of the best psych-folk records recorded. Ever.


Thursday, December 18 2008

The Best Re-Issues of 2008


Wednesday, December 3 2008

Roy Harper: Flat Baroque and Berserk / Stormcock / Jugula

Though his meandering and idiosyncratic compositions have become a source of inspiration for neo-hippie folkies like Joanna Newsome, Roy Harper has been neglected in America for too long. New reissues may help right the wrong


Sunday, November 16 2008

20 Questions: Roy Harper

Roy Harper is a consummate musician's musician, straight out of the British folk scene. He chats with PopMatters 20 Questions, sometimes with tear in eye, sometimes with tongue in cheek, about film, literature, and music.


Sunday, October 19 2008

Hats Off: An Interview with Roy Harper

Jimmy Page wrote a song about him. Paul and Linda McCartney sang back up for him. And now, after decades of languishing as "the longest running underground act in the world", Roy Harper is reissuing his entire catalogue to a world that may just finally be ready for him.


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