Best cult music sites on the Web

Perfect Sound Forever
A nice online zine dedicated to cult music of various sorts--Brian Wilson, sunshine pop, early jazz, avant garde, whatever. Some very nice articles.

Sunshine Pop: Do You Believe in Magic
Tracing the history of the happy, harmonic sounds of 1960s West Coast pop by the likes of the Association, Millenium, Sagittarius, Curt Boettcher and more. For more see TIP's Best Sunshine Pop Sites on the Web.

Spectropop: Spector, Brill, Gold Star and Girl Groups
A great site dedicated to the glories of U.S. 60s pop, including all mentioned in the subtitle, plus Sunshine Pop, Garage, surf'n'drag and more. Includes a mailing list.

The Girl Group Chronicles
Great site featuring historical and discographical info on the great girl groups of the 60s (sorry no Spice Girls). Plus record, books and movie reviews and a news section.

The Girl Group Chronicles
Great site featuring historical and discographical info on the great girl groups of the 60s (sorry no Spice Girls). Plus record, books and movie reviews and a news section.

Raymond Scott: Official Site
Lots of information about the composer and electronic music innovator whose tunes were the basis of many Warner Bros. cartoon themes.

Delia Derbyshire: Electronic Music Pioneer
Dig that crazy music at the start of Doctor Who? This site is dedicated to the woman who helped create it, along with much other groundbreaking electronic sound with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Features a bio, sound samples, news and interviews.

The Temple of Martin Denny
Dedicated to the High Priest of Exotica. Includes a Denny bio and discography, plus pics of all those exotic beauties who decorated his lounge music album covers of the 50s and 60s.

The Space Age Pop Music Page
A guide to the world of vintage easy listening music by the likes of Martin Denny, Arthur Lyman and Esquivel with artist bios and listening suggestions.

Score, Baby!
Your headquarters for articles and reviews on cult movie and TV soundtrack albums. Highly entertaining.

Exploitika Radio
"Playing the finest sleazy listening, loungecore,
funk, crime jazz and psychedelic grooves
from the soundtracks of 60's and 70's cult movies."

Film Score Monthly
Web site for the publication and record label that focuses exclusively on classic and rare film music. Read daily news articles and peruse the list of exclusive CD reissues.

Words of Innespration
Official site of former Bonzo Dog Band member, Monty Python songwriter and Rutle Neil Innes. Includes discography and news about current projects.

Basic Hip Digital Oddio
This is the place for Kiddie Records Weekly downloads, streaming lounge music and lots and lots of whistling records.

Spy Bop Royale
Everything you need to know about spy music, with discographies, cover art and more.

Sun Virgin: Yma Sumac Homepage
An abundance of info on the many-octaved Mexican singing godess.

Jean Jacques Perry
Official site of the French electronic music experimenter whose works have appeared on all sorts advertisements, pop songs (as samples)and even in the Disneyland electrical parade.

Jean Jacques Perry
Official site of the French electronic music experimenter whose works have appeared on all sorts advertisements, pop songs (as samples)and even in the Disneyland electrical parade.

The Space Age Pop Music Page
An excellent listener's guide to classic lounge and exotica music of the 1950s and 60s. Great bio info on the artists and lots of suggestions for listening.

The One and Only
Remember that lady all covered in whipped cream on the old Herb Alpert LP cover? Her name is Dolores Erickson and this is her official site. She's an artist, and you can see some of her works here, along with other LP covers she appeared on.