Monthly Archives: October 2011

(Don’t) Yap that, fool!

You might think with a title about “yapping”, this post will have something to do with doglets. Maybe this guy: And it’d be fair enough to think that. After all, the original Round & Round ethos, long before Siggy and … Continue reading

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Carrie!

Look, everyone knows that Sleater-Kinney were the best girl band of the nineties. But that’s not where the talent ends. Check out Carrie Brownstein in this anti-hipster gem…

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Psyche Blues Bonanza

At the height of the psychedelic age, record companies thought it would be a good idea if the old bluesmen psyched up their old hits for the hip young things. It sounded like a terrible marketing ploy and blues purists … Continue reading

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Siggy’s Album Of The Month

What’s a wee girl cat to do? Sigourney just can’t decide what her favourite disc is this month. She’s been swinging to the garage rock of ‘Them In Reality’ – a 1971 post-Van Morrison album that’s surprisingly decent. But she’s … Continue reading

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Yma launch 14/10/11

I was going to title this post with a pun on Yma Sumac’s name. Unfortunately, I’m not entirely sure how to pronounce it and so the pun might not make any sense at all. For the record, I pronounce it … Continue reading

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Muppet Gig Posters

Digging these retro style posters for The Electric Mayhem by Michael De Pippo. He’s done one for each of the band – check them out on his website at michaeldepippo.com

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Busy, Ball-y, Bikkie…

It’s been a lean couple of weeks on the blogging front at Round & Round. Those of you who are familiar with the staff members might, quite justly, assume the reason to be our laziness. Let’s face it, we chose … Continue reading

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