Dedicated Hawkwind Resources
The official Hawkwind site.
The Plastic Fragment Of A Child's Toy - excellent resource curated by Stephen Dunthorne, which includes transcripts of press cuttings and scans/images of programmes, tickets and badges. A recent update seems to have broken many of the pages, but you should be able to view everything via the archived link above.
Spirit Of The P/age - written and compiled by Knut Gerwers, this is a career-spanning Robert Calvert resource packed with commentary, interviews and quotes. It hasn't been updated since 2012, but is still live.
Starfarer’s Hawkwind Page - the best of the original online resources, Steve Youles' "less-than-reverent fan site" was a vital source of information during the writing of DOTU, particularly its extensive press cuttings transcripts. No longer live, but can be accessed via the link above.
The Hawkwind Museum - run by Dave Law, this site eventually morphed into the official Hawkwind site, but before then, it was another smorgasbord of info, cuttings and ephemera which can be accessed via the link above.
Hawkwind Daze - Japanese fan site run by Koh Futami, still live and updated regularly. Some interesting info and pics re Hawkwind's Japanese releases here.
Hawkfan - an old online archive of Brian Tawn's legendary fanzine, including scans from issues 2-20. The early editions in particular include some great live reviews and interviews from the DOTU period.
Hawkbinge - highly entertaining podcast from veteran Hawkfan Andy Hood and HW neophyte Matt Longstaff, where they voyage through the back catalogue one album at a time. Full disclosure: DOTU is quoted from throughout the 70s episodes and they also let me babble my way through episodes 6.5, 10 and 18.
Hawkwind live recordings on YouTube - there's an impressive selection here, with many from the 1970s.
There are a number of lively and informative Facebook fan groups out there, with much sharing of images, memories and music. They include: Hawkwind Fans Worldwide; Hawkwind And Related Album History; Brian Tawn’s SCRIBE (Hawkfan); Robert Calvert; The History Of Hawkwind.
Other Hawkwind-related Links
Group X: In Search Of Hawkwind - Jim Skinner's psychogeographic tour around Hawkwind's Notting Hill.
Sonic Assassins blog - online companion to Ian Abrahams' book, including track references for every album.
Gnawing Medusa’s Flesh: The Science Fiction Poetry Of Robert Calvert - what it says, written by SF poet Steve Sneyd & David Jones.
Paul Hayles blog - features a fantastic and very detailed account of Paul's tenure as Hawkwind's keyboard player during their ill-fated March 1978 US tour. (Click 'newer post' after each entry to read the whole story)
Too Late To Be A Viking - entertaining memoir from Inner City Unit bassist G.P. Wayne about the band's 1979 tour with Sham 69.
Do not panic: Hawkwind, the Cold War and “the imagination of disaster” - ever wondered how Susan Sontag fits into Hawkwind's universe? An intriguing academic paper by Erin Ihde.
Dangerous Minds - lots of interesting Hawkwind-related articles on this excellent US site
Also Of Interest
Cries From The Midnight Circus: Ladbroke Grove 1967-78 - sleeve notes by Nigel Cross from the album of the same name, providing a useful overview of the Notting Hill music scene contemporary to Hawkwind
UK Rock Festivals 1960-1990 & UK Free Festivals 1969-1990 - comprehensive fan site featuring numerous recollections of Hawkwind playing live in the 70s and beyond
Moorcock's Miscellany - extensive forum dedicated to Michael Moorcock's works and interests
Breakfast In The Ruins - an excellent "Moorcock-flavoured" podcast from Andy Stimpson. I'm in this episode, chatting about the usual stuff and more, this one talking about Robert Fuest's film of The Final Programme, and this one talking about The Time Of The Hawklords, Michael Butterworth's post-apocalyptic novel featuring Hawkwind!
Feuilleton - blog by Hawkwind artist and DOTU cover illustrator John Coulthart
The Generalist - blog by Frendz/NME writer, countercultural archivist and dancer on the Space Ritual tour John May - lots of Hawkwind and Ladbroke Grove-related posts
David Wills blog - friend of Barney Bubbles, including many BB-related posts
Paul Gorman blog - biographer of Barney Bubbles
Strange Attractor Press - publisher of DOTU and many other exciting countercultural and esoteric titles!