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DETROITROCKSAMPLER

DETROITROCKSAMPLER

Julian Cope, November 2010ce

Continuing in that same blistering vein as the others in Cope's SAMPLER series, DETROITROCKSAMPLER offers listeners 38 classic sonic slabs from the period 1966-76, the main text also exploring the peculiar social and political reasons why this North American city's music was, compared to other contemporary cultural centres, so deeply and riotously intense.


HARDROCKSAMPLER

HARDROCKSAMPLER

Julian Cope, August 2008ce

Previously an album of the month, this HARDROCKSAMPLER was compiled by Julian Cope in Feb 2008CE.


LIVIN’, LOVIN’, OVERDUBBIN’ ... Sly Stone: The Slippery One Who Got Away

LIVIN’, LOVIN’, OVERDUBBIN’ ... Sly Stone: The Slippery One Who Got Away

The Seth Man, May 2007ce

The definitive Sly Stone history, as told by The Seth Man.


MC5 2005

MC5 2005

Dorian Cope, July 2005ce

The MC5's story has had a suprising few chapters added to it since Dorian Cope originally wrote about them for Unsung in 2000ce. Here she reappraises The MC5 * A True Testimonial and writes about the recent live incarnation as the MC5-DKT.


DANSKROCKSAMPLER

DANSKROCKSAMPLER

Julian Cope, July 2004ce

Previously an album of the month, this DANSKROCKSAMPLER was compiled by Julian Cope, in May 2004CE, for the sole purposes of shining a light on lost Danish music.


The Illustrated Armand Schaubroeck

The Illustrated Armand Schaubroeck

Julian Cope, January 2003ce

A 20 year love-affair reconciled (and re-visited).


Flower Travellin’ Band

Flower Travellin’ Band

Julian Cope, October 2002ce

This article has been removed due to its currently being updated and re-written by Julian for his forthcoming book JAPROCKSAMPLER.


MC5: A True Testimonial

MC5: A True Testimonial

The Seth Man, September 2002ce

The Seth Man reports back from the film's premier at the Chicago Underground Film Festival.


Michael Karoli 1948-2001

Michael Karoli 1948-2001

Julian Cope, December 2001ce

Julian Cope pays tribute to Can’s legendary guitarist, who passed away on 17th November 2001CE.


Acid Mothers Temple

Acid Mothers Temple

Julian Cope, May 2001ce

On the brink of their UK tour, Julian Cope pays tribute to Acid Mothers Temple in an article that originally appeared in Mojo magazine.


Blue Cheer

Blue Cheer

Julian Cope, May 2000ce

The next big thing? Read what Julian has to say about the sonically sensational Blue Cheer.


The Groundhogs

The Groundhogs

Julian Cope, March 2000ce

Here is Julian’s article on The Groundhogs that appeared in The Guardian on 25 March in anticipation of their appearance at Cornucopea.


Ash Ra Tempel

Ash Ra Tempel

Julian Cope, March 2000ce

In (enormous!) anticipation of Ash Ra Tempel’s performance at the Royal Festival Hall on 2 April 2000ce, here is an excerpt about one of our favourite-ever groups from Julian’s Krautrocksampler.