Category Archives: Psychedelia

Jason Zodiac: No Future

The following is an excerpt from Chapter 4 of Jamie Carter’s biography of Rock legend Jason Zodiac. With those memories running through the projector of my mind’s eye, I jogged up the stairs of Leicester Square tube station and headed … Continue reading

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Jason Zodiac: Dandy in the Underworld

The following is an excerpt from Chapter 3 of Jamie Carter’s unofficial biography of Jason Zodiac. In 1972, I was seventeen, just discovering girls, booze, and music. Good music, which in those days I considered to be Led Zep, Black … Continue reading

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The Search Begins

The following is an excerpt from Chapter One of Jamie Carter’s biography of Jason Zodiac. I took the M5 Southbound, past Bristol, to Junction 23 – and Glastonbury. I was due to meet Screaming Lord Smith on top of the … Continue reading

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The Search for Jason Zodiac continues

The following is an excerpt from Chapter Two of Jamie Carter’s biography of rock legend, Jason Zodiac. Gerald Moore, otherwise known as Doctor Chess, retired from acting in the late Seventies. According to the Fugue magazine files, he currently ran … Continue reading

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John Paul Catton: An Overview

At the mid-point of 2015, and with the first draft of “Voice of the Jewel” finished and clocking in at just under 100,000 words, I thought it was time for a look at where we’re at. The Sword, Mirror, Jewel … Continue reading

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A Beat Generation Guide to San Francisco

The following photoblog shows some locations associated with the American Beat Movement of the Fifties and Sixties … the locations consist of: City Lights Bookstore 261 Columbus Avenue at Broadway North Beach SF The Beat Museum 540 Broadway SF The … Continue reading

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Philip K Dick in Kanda

What’s the story behind the cafe in Kanda (central Tokyo) that has set up a display dedicated to the works of Philip K Dick, especially Blade Runner? The secret is that the cafe (The Christie Cafe) is right next door … Continue reading

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The Apocalypse will continue – after this word from our sponsor

Yes, indeed, I’d like to digress for a moment and mention what’s … happening over at the offices of Fugue magazine. Jamie Carter’s efforts have resulted in the unearthing of the album cover artwork for the only album ever recorded … Continue reading

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The Sunday Afternoon Teatime of the Soul

I shall be taking a break from reportage of our new Post-Apocalyptic nation for the next week and posting something different. This weekend, Jamie Carter’s feature on the secret history of The Clash is published in Fugue magazine, but before … Continue reading

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