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Dominic B. Simpson: Most Recent Articles

Pennyblackmusic Bands Night: Lexington, London, 31/5/2014
Dominic Simpson looks back on Pennyblackmusic's 15th Anniversary show at The Lexington in London, which saw sets from Madam, Morton Valence and Rotifer
Adam Donen: Shoreditch Church, London, 4/4/2014
Dominic Simpson watches experimental musician Adam Donen, who is now based largely in Berlin and becoming increasingly known as a classical music composer, play a rare rock show to promote his third solo album 'False Bay Echoes' at Shoreditch Church in London
Pennyblackmusic Bands Night: Lexington, London, May 31st 2014
We profile our Pennyblackmusic Bands' Night 15th Anniversary Gig, which will take place on Saturday May 31st at the Lexington in London and feature sets from Madam, Morton Valence and Rotifer
Lou Reed: The Journalists and the Media
Dominic Simpson reflects on Lou Reed's often prickly relationship with the journalists and the media
Velvet Underground and Nico: The Velvet Underground and Nico
In our 'Re View' series, in which writers look back at albums from the past, we are revisiting after Lou Reed's death in October a column from last year from Dominic Simpson on the Velvet Underground's classic 1967 debut album with Nico
  
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0 Degrees of Seperation: Vashti Bunyan, Juana Molina, Adem, Vetiver: Roundhouse, London, 13/1/2007 07/01/2007
Adam Donen: Shoreditch Church, London, 4/4/2014 03/05/2014
All Tomorrow's Parties: Minehead, Somerset, 8/12/2006...10/12/2006 12/02/2007
Altai Rockets: Interview 06/09/2010
And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dea: Interview with Conrad Keely 25/07/2005
Animal Collective: Profile 17/09/2005
Animal Collective: Scala, London, 25/10/2005 27/11/2005
ATP Recordings Night: Garage, London, 12/10/2005 27/11/2005
ATP Vs The Fans Part 2 - The Fans Strike Back: Minehead, Somerset, 8/5/2009...10/5/2009 22/05/2009
Bardo Pond: Interview 12/02/2007
Blonde Redhead: Conway Hall, London, 17/9/2004 24/09/2004
Bob Log III: Garage, London, 30/10/2004 16/11/2004
Charles Hayward: Cafe Oto, London, 23/1/2010 13/02/2010
Clientele: Interview 29/04/2010
Comets on Fire: Interview 31/07/2008
  
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Most Recent Reviews

Psyche Bugyo: Psychedelic Judgeman Comes, He Has the Cherry Blossom on the Shoulder - CD
Accessible and upbeat psychedelia/Krautrock on debut album from Psyche Bugyo, the side project of Acid Mothers Temple bassist and vocalist Atsushi Tsuyama
Halo Halo: Halo Halo - CD
Off-kilter and unique debut album from London-based trio Halo Halo, which is partially sung in Filipino and fronted by electric banjo-player Rachel Horwood
Acid Mothers Temple: Doobie Wonderland - CD
Stunning Krautrock and 60's prog rock-influential latest album from erratic but often brilliant Japanese psychedelic collective, Acid Mothers Temple
Doomed Bird of Providence: The Bell of the Jardines/The Death Flurry - CDS
Compelling new double A-sided single from unique-voiced London-based outfit the Doomed Bird of Providence, which looks at the gruesome fates that fell upon two different sets of early Australian explorers
Jackie O Motherf**cker: Earth Sound System - CD
Erratic and inconclusive latest album from Portland, Oregon-based experimentalists, Jackie O Motherfucker, which lacks the coherence of their previous offerings
  

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