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[Music:Expose]

Farewell: Uppers Music Editor Bill Luther steps down

[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - The In Kraut Volume Three CD (Marina Records)

The third installment of the excellent 60's/70's Teutonic music series "The In Kraut" arrives!
[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - In the Naked City (Kent CDKEND 299)

"There are eight million stories in the naked city". Bob Rockchild has listened to a compilation of soulful urban dwellers
[Music:Reviews]

The Five Aces - Shout & Shimmy (Saagaloo Records)

Harmonica, Hammond, recorded on reel to reel, a cover of “I’m Gonna Do It By Myself”. Some of the details about this record that should spark an interest and make any fan of proper music curious. Read on!
[Music:Reviews]

VARIOUS ARTISTS-Take My Tip
-Fairytales Can Come True
-British Blue Eyed Soul 1966-1969

A slew of new CD compilations of British 60's sounds
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From our vault
Some articles you might have overlooked
[Gallery:Pictures]

Euro Lambretta 2000

Lambretta Club Stockholm went to England. Two-stroke mayhem!
[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - King New Breed Rhythm & Blues (Kent CDKEND 210)

Some real r'n'b nuggets from the King and Federal labels. Richard Karström updates his want list.
[Culture:Websites]

retromodern.com

Looking for a Barcelona Lounge Chair or maybe a Kartell Umbrella Stand? Look no further...
[Music:Expose]

The Filth and the Glory
- Lost Treasures of New Wave

New on Uppers, but old in the game, Mike Travis gives you a run down of his favourite singles from that musically schizophrenic era that some call new wave
[Travel:Airborne]

Beauty and the Boeing

Is that a stylish commercial airliner in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? By Karsten Östlund.