In our killer new issue, our intrepid writers take a look at Paul Revere & the Raiders in the Psychedelic era. Mark Lindsay opens up to Doug Sheppard about the making of their underrated late ë60s albums, while Bill Kopp examines the post-Raiders adventures of Drake, Fang & Smitty and their experimental psych-pop project The Brotherhood. Moving across the pond, we celebrate the world of Freakbeat with exclusive interviews with Dee Christopholus of Wimple Winch and Don Fardon of The Sorrows. And thereís more: Part 2 of our interview with Billy Harrison of THEM, big stories onë60s garage punks The Sloths, The Contrasts and Limey & the Yanks, psychedelic magic with The Creation of Sunlight and The Finchley Boys, and a lengthy story on the early years of ë70s UK punks,The Vibrators. Add in pieces on the likes of $27 Snap On Face, The Rolling Stones, Valiant Little Tailor, ë60s Virginiaís Raven Records, Bob Desper and Sir Royal Da Count and you may be looking at our best and most eclectic issue yet. Not forgetting our extensive review sections covering all the latest reissues, rockëníroll books and DVDs.