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COMPETITION TIME!
 
Selda Bağcan- legendary Turkish psych-folk pioneer, sonic and political radical, thorn in the side of the Turkish govt, and inspiration to Dr Dre & Mos Def -is playing at KOKO London this Sunday, 18th Feb (more details here
There's a chapter on her in Daniel Spicer's forthcoming The Turkish Psychedelic Music Explosion - out next month from Repeater, and reviewed in this month's Wire magazine. 
We've got 2 tickets for the gig, and 2 copies of the book to give away (worth over £100!).
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To commemorate the passing of Mark E Smith, below is Mark Fisher's analysis of The Fall's Grotesque (After the Gramme), from The Weird and the Eerie (2016).   “Body a tentacle mess”: The Grotesque and The Weird: The Fall The word grotesque derives from a

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