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April 11, 2019

It's late, but I'm sure you'll agree it's been worth the wait!
In this issue of Mad Music For Bad People we have The Jets, who are celebrating 40 years in the rock 'n' roll industry, we have The Psychonauts, Akademia Award winning psychobillies from Switzerland. Then we have an interview with Zack and  Liam from The Kings of Nuthin' who talk about the recent release of their newly found old material EP on the Crazy Love label and we have the hot boppin' Black Kat Boppers and voodoo trash rockers The Voo-Dooms. Finally and definitely not the least we have an interview with hi-energy s...

October 30, 2018

Apologies for the late arrival of issue 21 of Mad Music For Bad People Magazine, I could go into details about why it's so late, but you'd get bored so, let's just say that I spent too much time sat around eating hot dogs and burritos washing them down with generic brand alchol (or something).

Anyhoo...
Issue 21 hits the ground running with the welcome return to our pages of Vince Ray who gives us Rumble Ramblin's an article on Link Wray for our Stepping Stones To Psychobilly series. On the front cover we're featuring the fantastic Queen of Spaghetti Western Rockabilly Sarah Vista an...

July 5, 2018

Issue 20 of Mad Music For Bad People is about to hit the streets and in this issue we have  interviews with the new “killer on the keys” Dylan Kirk, psychotic Klown Titch from The Klingonz, The Gruffs, who are not the full shilling, The venomous Snakerattlers and Kolo from, those “men on the ground”,  Sultans Of Jungle.  If that isn’t enough we have an overview of Skinner’s Art, we dip our biscuit into the world of Tea & Fig Rolls promotions and Bracko gets the lowdown on the  last 15 years of Western Star studio.

March 14, 2018

In this issue The Nevrotix, The Test Pilots, The Teenage Zombies, The Hangmen, The Rattlers, Fat & Furious, Jack Rabbit Slim, Retrashade, The Black Angels and four pages of pics and reviews from the Psychobilly Kicks Back gig at The Fiddlers Elbow.

November 5, 2017

 In this issue of Mad Music For Bad People our cover artistes are, Welsh rockabilly legend John Lewis and from the Death Valley Surfers, Russ Surfer, both of whom are interviewed inside. We have an interview with Nev Preston from Steel City psychobillies The Radiacs and if you were ever wondering what happened to Kev Saunders after he left Frenzy, the answers are here as Kev talks about  his time  before, during and after Frenzy.  In a kind of double whammy there's an interview with Denver rockabilly singer/songwriter Jonny Barber and a separate interview with The Living De...

September 1, 2017

 On the front cover and inside we have the fantastic rockabilly family trio The Accidents, on the back cover we have Raygun Cowboys from Canada, who are over in the UK to play at September's Bedlam Breakout festival. Elsewhere in the magazine there are interviews with instrumental band The Razerbills, French rockers The Spunyboys, there's psychobilly from Stage Frite and the Numbskulls and scarecrowbilly from The Scarecrows. Plus we have an interview with Ginger Meadham about his Psychobilly Kicks Back cancer charity, loads of reviews and The Lowdown Report news column.

July 16, 2017

 We've crammed in a lot of stuff into this issue, there's outlaw country legend Bob Wayne, psychobilly legends The Highliners and The Surfin' Wombatz, neo rock 'n' rollers The Retrobaits and psychobilly new boys The Deathcaps. We have Vince Ray Talking Bollocks from the recent Viva Las Vegas and Bracco interviews Alan Wilson about his almost one man mission to bring back the 10 inch vinyl record. Then there's an interview with Julie of Big Girl's Blouse about the problems and solution larger ladies have in getting quality retro clothing. And if that's not enough,  we have an intervie...

May 23, 2017

In issue 15 of Mad Music For Bad People we have interviews with the evolving Crystal & Runnin' Wild from Belgium, the Crampsy Labretta Suede & the Motel 6 from New Zealand, and the rockin' Delta 88  from Devon. Paul Scoulding tells us why his much loved band  Mojokings are retiring and Kev King of The Surfin' Wombatz tells us about his Christian and psychobilly lives and why they're not the polar opposites you might think. And in the return of our Hey DJ! spot the charming MZ Siren tells us about her surf, garage and instrumental DJ career. If that wasn't enough we also have a covert...

April 1, 2017

Issue 14 of Mad Music For Bad People has interviews with two bands who have just released new recordings. Jeroen Haamers of our front cover band Batmobile tells us about their new release (among other things) and we chat with Stuart Osborne of The Guana Batz, who have been "held down to vinyl [again] at last", about their new 7" EP. Plus we've got an interview with Vicky Tafoya all about her bands The Big Beat and Vicky and The Vengents. We have interviews with Lord Herbert Sarongster III of Rochee and The Sarnos, The Bullets and Devils Deuce and finally we have a photo spread from t...

February 9, 2017

In this issue we have  interviews with  Marc Paddlecell leader of the  horror, ska, swing, psychobilly band Paddlecell, Italian blasphemic garage punk, blues band The Devils and British psychobillies Bastard Sons Of Cavan. And as Empress Of Fur prepare to return to the studio to finish off recording material for  their first album in years, singer Venus Raygun tells us all about it. Peter Greenberg, now with Barrence Whitfield And The Savages and formerly of punk bands DMZ and Lyres, talks about The Customs and their inclusion on the American Neo Rockabillies LP 30 yea...

December 22, 2016

In this issue we have:-

 Barrence Whitfield,  Norm & The Nightmarez,

Donna Dunne & The Mystery Men, Dave Phillips reminiscing about Tainted Love,

a fantastic article on the rise, fall and rise again of western swing and Stepping Stones To  Psychobilly tackles Pat Boone and The Phantom. Plus there's a whole bunch of reviews of the latest platters.

November 1, 2016

In this issue:-

Vince Ray talks with The Stray Cats' Slim Jim Phantom.

Hillbilly Moon Explosion tell us why they have such an odd name.

Billy from the unstoppable Epileptic Hillbillys tells us why you can't keep a good man down.

Bowo from Indonesia's Prison Of Blues tells about their first trip to the UK.

And in an epic interview Sarah Vista talks about life as a Cowgirl and if that wasn't enough there's a short interview with Emma Goss, who plays bass for Sarah and The Montecristos.

And in a personal piece Julian lewis tells us why he doesn't wear band patches.

 On top of all that we have...

September 15, 2016

In this issue...

CorrupTed...

Gutter Demons...

 Banane Metalik...

 Little Lesley & The Bloodshots...

 The Cavemen...

 Mr. Ducktail...

 The Phantom Cowboys...

 Plus a photo review of the recent Hot Rod Hayride by the G-Man...

August 5, 2016

MAD MUSIC FOR BAD PEOPLE number 9.
Featuring interviews with The Delta Bombers, Bongo from The Deltas, The Jack O' Bones, Howlin' Bones, Bloodshot Bill, Howard Raucous of Raucous Records, Wall Of Death motorcycle rider Danny Dare and Billie B. and her Buick Combination.

 The Howlin' Bones.

 The Jack O' Bones.

 The Deltas.

 Billie B.

                      Howard Raucous.

 The Delta Bombers.

 Bloodshot Bill

June 7, 2016


Issue number 8 of MAD MUSIC FOR BAD PEOPLE.
Featuring the Terrorsaurs who have just flown back from the USA where they've been gigging, laying down tracks for a new album and freaking out the local cops. Deke Dickerson has been Talking Bollocks with Vince Ray, rhythm & blues band The Sharptones talk about barns, pasties, sheep and R'n'B, The Spacewasters give us some "proper garage rock 'n' roll" and in what is probably the craziest article yet, we have Almon Loos aka Silvertooth Loos & The Witch in his own words. On top of all that we have the fantastic artwork of Nano Barbero, a p...

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