The White Moose!

Don’t know Mattias Hellberg? He’s been in the bands Nymphet Noodlers and Hederos & Hellberg and played with both the Hellacopters (after Dregen left) and Soundtrack of Our Lives.

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This week’s listening

Lars Winnerbäck & Miss Li  – Om du lämnade mig nu

The White Moose – Good day

Wynonie Harris – Shake that thing

The Beatles – Norwegian wood

Jimmy Jones – Good Timin’

The Dilettantes – Subterranean Bazaar

The White Moose – Mermaid Stomp

This week’s listening

The O’Jays – Love Train

Soundtrack of Our Lives – Firmament Vacation

Nirvana – Serve the Servants

The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Before I Am Gone (You Better Love Me)

The Olympics – Secret Agents

Archie Bronson Outfit – Dart For My Sweetheart

Nirvana – Radio Friendly Unit Shifter

Soundtrack of Our Lives – Mantra Slider

Union Carbide Productions – Cartoon Animal

This week’s listening

Thee Manipulators – Ooga booga man

The Beat Up – Bad, bad feeling

The Strange Boys – Woe is you and me

Eels – Grace Kelly blues

Eels – I like birds

The Modern Lovers – Pablo Picasso

John Schooley

There are some great one-man bands out there, like King Automatic and Ty Segal.

But this guy easily beats them all.

Billy Childish

Billy Childish and the Musicians and the British Empire are playing at the infamous Dirty Water Club in Tufnell Park tonight. I think it’ll be my fifth time to see Wild Billy.

‘I’ve never heard of Billy Childish’, I hear you say. Really? You’ve missed out.

He’s a poet, painter and writer, but most of all, musician. He’s been in loads of bands. I think the most well known are The Milkshakes, The Mighty Ceasars, Thee Headcoates and The Buff Medways and he’s released over 100 albums.

If you, as I do, have a soft spot for 60s garage, 70s punk and a catchy chorus, then go out and buy a couple of Buff Medways or Thee Headcoates albums as soon as you can.

And did I say? He’s got a great moustache.