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November 2019

Cabbage's 'Majestic Soundscape to Sonic Depravity' playlist

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Published: 8:30 am, April 11, 2017
Cabbage's 'Majestic Soundscape to Sonic Depravity' playlist
Cabbage are playing Handmade Festival later this month: a three day event in Leicester that hosts sets from a number of Dork's fave bands: Superfood, Willie J Healey, Shame, Fish, Kagoule, Get Inuit - the list goes on and on. To celebrate, they've put together a 'Majestic Soundscape to Sonic Depravity' playlist.

Hawkwind - Orgone Accumulator
Our biggest inspiration. Hawkwind combine a truly dedicated psychedelic lifestyle with unadulterated rock music. Something which is unappreciated in 95% of ''psychedelic'' bands today.

Richard Hawley - Open Up Your Door
Quote a fine song unquote, by Asa Morley.

Bill Ryder Jones - Satellites
Bill is one of a kind and a massive inspiration to this band, now a close friend who we've been lucky enough to share the stage with. We couldn't not include our favourite tune by him.

Terry Reid - Seed of Memory
Devils rejects credits, just in front of Lynyrd Skynyrd's free bird making this list. Enuff said.

Die Antwoord - I Fink U Freeky
The power couple supercharging South African culture. Best listened to at witching hour. It's so revolting to listen to; it's infectious.

Link Wray - Switchblade
Our leader of the six-strings. Long live the music of Link Wray.

God - Meat Head
You get them button up to the top tossers who dedicate their life to 'soul nuggets'. This is a noise rock nugget for the sonically depraved.

Captain Beefheart - Further Than We've Gone
Suicide 'drive off a cliff' song.

Belinda Carlisle - Circle In The Sand
My queen, the most rock'n'roll frontman in the history of music. This song is pure Carlisle.

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong - Dream A Little Dream Of Me
All contemporary music has a lot to owe to this generation. End of film credits type song, so the end of our playlist.

God's 'Meat Head' isn't on Spotify, but you can find that here.

Handmade Festival takes place from 28th-30th April in Leicester. Visit for all the info.

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