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Pink Floyd
London 1966/1967

This pair of vintage Syd-era jams from the film Tonite Lets All Make Love In London have been available in various collectible formats over the years, and now resurface as a ten inch. There’s not much evidence of psychedelic free rock that predates this, a fearless exploratory dive into uncharted territory armed with littl...view item »

The Velvet Underground
Loaded

Loaded was the fourth and penultimate album by The Velvet Underground and the last one to feature any of the original members, most notably, Lou Reed. It is, of course, an absolute classic and should be owned by anyone who has ever expressed even a passing interest in music. It features such greats as ...view item »

Dr John
In The Right Place

I once literally bumped into Dr. John in a corridor at Manchester University. He won't remember. This is a 2LP re-press of this 1973 album which turned out to be the biggest selling of his career. Cut from the original analogue masters, you'll hear Top 20 hits like 'Right Place, Wrong Time' sounding the way they are supposed to. ...view item »

Higamos Hogamos
Fuzzy Majesty EP

In a shocking development, Higamos Hogamos is actually not the name of a Selling England By The Pound-era Genesis song, and actually belongs to some sort of grooving psych band dead set on pushing the world’s most hypnotic genre onto an old-school disco floor. “Inwards Empire” opens up their new, w...view item »

Minami Deutsch
With Dim Light

Minami Deutsch is the kind of name of band that ensures I studiously ignore their output. This is probably the little Englander in me coming out. I don't know what it means and I can't say it all that well. Now if they were called Sausages then I might take a bigger interest.  The press blurb suggests that these are psych freaks who...view item »


Psych-Funk 101 (1968-1975)

Psych-Funk 101 (1968-1975) is the debut release from World Psychedelic Funk Classics and presents itself as 'a global psychedelic funk curriculum', complete with a 'course description' and 'supplemental listening' in its copious notes (found either on the handsome gatefold sleeve of the vinyl or the 36-page booklet of the CD). The title may...view item »

Klaus Schulze
La Vie Electronique Volume 1.0

Klaus Schulze’s 70s work is an innovative and immersive as Kosmische synth gets. La Vie Electronique is a series of outtake compilations that has run to 15 multi-disc CD volumes. This double LP brings half of the first volume to vinyl for the first time. It captures Schulze,...view item »

Elephant9 with Reine Fiske
Silver Mountain

There are officially too many elephant-associated music things. There’s Elephant Six, from whom I was anticipating this record, and there’s Elephant9, who it actually turns out to be. The difference cast isn’t really that significant -- like, both are very annoying -- but to expect weird psych folk that begun a whole indie rock...view item »

Kaleidoscope
Tangerine Dream (50th Anniversary Remastered Edition)

Here is a piece of classic psychedelia re-issued for the first time in five decades. The record has been one of the most collected over the years and here has been painstakingly re-mastered by none other than Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3 etc) for 2018 release.  Though this is simply a remaster of the original alb...view item »

Goat
Commune

Finally, Goat's "difficult" second album is upon us. Their debut 'World Music' catapulted the mysterious Swedish voodoo-psych outfit onto the world stage with its mixture of wah-fuzz riffing, energetically chanted vocals and mystical polyrhythms, with colourful and hyper-kinetic live rituals to match. The pressure is on, then, for 'Commune' to b...view item »

Jonas Munk
Absorb / Fabric / Cascade

There's so much to sing the praises of in this gentle giant of an ambient record from Jonas Munk. Let's start with “Absorb”, which is early morning kraut drone; its synths fade slowly in, like the rising sun getting incrementally lighter. Munk sets the pace with a subdued rhythm that acts as the first part of a day’s long ...view item »

Goat
Requiem

Whether you see them as commune-dwelling psychedelic voodoo psych mainstays or Sweden’s answer to the Wombles, Goat have managed to build up a huge following since their word of mouth smash ‘World Music’ with their mysterious melange of psych, world music and jazz-like structures. A cursory lis...view item »

Bart De Paepe
Pagus Wasiae

Bart De Paepe’s debut album for Belgian label Beyond Beyond Is Beyond, Pagus Wasiae, channels Tangerine Dream, Cluster, Taj Mahal Travellers and the most ethereal works of Pink Floyd. His dynamic use of synths, guitars and u...view item »

HIBUSHIBIRE
Freak Out Orgasm!

Hibushibire are a Japanese psych band who are precisely as wild as the name of their debut album Freak Out Orgasm! would suggest. The band engage with the various strands of Japan’s rich psych heritage throughout the record (which was produced by Kawabata Makoto of Acid Mothers Temple...view item »

The Great Electric
The Great Electric

I needed this. I needed the version of old-days homaging krautrock and kosmische that is, in fact, really goofy, living with a song in its heart, the trees swaying over it like a kindly guardian. The shiny, unabashedly silly sound of the Great Electric makes their rather well-worn aesthetic newly blissful, the melodies playing out with new, simp...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Who Killed Sgt Pepper

After years of hating the BJM, thinking they were total tosh, I finally gave in with 'My Bloody Underground' and thought they were pretty good. I started to see the fuss. Subsequent releases have been so so with the odd decent track here and there but let's say it's all been reasonably patchy. The opener to 'Who Killed Sgt Pepper' s...view item »

Neutral Milk Hotel
In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

I once nearly had a fight at a party due to my dislike of Neutral Milk Hotel. It seems I was the only one there who didn't think they were the best thing in the world ever (pre or post sliced bread). I accept people have different tastes and see different things in records - partly what makes this job so ...view item »

Caudal
Fight, Cry, Fight

Post-rock in the extremes of low-key, Caudal will lead you to believe they’re about to do something propulsive and off-the-charts before just keeping on with what they were essentially doing already. Therefore: tension, but also comfort. ‘Fight, Cry, Fight’ is the sound of a band looping some ideas around in a jam and seeing wh...view item »

Blown Out
Planetary Engineering

We’re all pretty hardcore Interstellar fans in this office (bless our sentimentally motivated film tastes), so to us space sounds like Hans Zimmer falling asleep on his organs as Matthew Mcconaughey attempts to locate his daughter in five-dimensional space. A lot of psych-rockers disagree with this reading of space (organs + mis...view item »

Expo '70
Kinetic Tones

The thing about Justin Wright’s take in ambience is that it’s rushing. Ok, I know it’s slow, it’s drone, but like the cameras in a particularly hectic episode of Masterchef, these synth drones are tense, trembling things. They’re always paving the way for a grand canvas of psychedelia; whirring kosmische ad...view item »

Phurpa
Sacred Sounds 18.12.16

Phurpa are pretty amazing. A Russian performance group / musical collective that perform and record authentic ritual music of Bon. Essentially, they are the only artists (that I know of) that are preserving the sounds of this ancient Buddhist tradition from Tibet. They use a combination of tantric...view item »

Om
Pilgrimage

I've just been to take the washing out of the tumble dryer and completely forgotten what I was supposed to be doing. All I could think of was the latest masterpiece from Om: 'Pilgrimage'. I'm now playing this CD for the 7th time. It's difficult to recall ever revisiting an album so frequently in such a small amount of time....view item »

Anthroprophh
SRR2.5 Special Love Songs for Hardworking People in Alarm Clock Britain

What a racket. Do we like rackets? Is that our thing? I asked Phil and apparently it’s our thing. With their front cover warmly plagiarizing the work of a certain famous industrial band you all apparently like a lot, Anthroprophh hardly pretend to be anything other than a loud band. Turn the damn thing on and you’re rewarded with a r...view item »

Rickard Jäverling
Album 3

Rickard Jäverling is a Swedish musician working in and around psych, prog, and Swedish folk. Album 3 is... wait for it.. his third solo album and released on Höga Nord. The album is more of a compilation than a conventional album, each track containing its own beginning, middle and end, makin...view item »

Dr.John
Gris Gris

Totally recommend this album by Dr John, its a real trip of funky voodoo psychedelic rock. Though recorded in California it is a real New Orleans sounding recording. Favourites are Mama Roux and I walk On Gilded Splinters, but every track is worthy. Its not the lengthiest album, but it packs in a lot of quality and ...view item »

Syd Barrett
The Madcap Laughs

‘The Madcap Laughs’ is the debut solo album by the English singer-songwriter recorded after Barrett had left Pink Floyd. That appears to be the pree release we were given. It is, intermittently, one of the finest albums of its era. Not slick by any stretch of the imagination but full of left field ideas.   ...view item »

Syd Barrett
Barrett

‘Barrett’ was the eponymous Pink Floyd frontman's second and last solo record, produced by his fellow bandmembers Rick Wright and David Gilmour. It's a collection of blues jams and psych rock that recalls artists such as the Byrds. The record has been reissued courtesy of Rhino Records.    ...view item »

The Common Cold
Shut Up! Yo Liberals!

Rooted in the North-West’s musical tradition, The Common Cold take their influences from The Fall, Neu!, British psychedelic rock band Kaleidoscope, their US contemporaries Quicksilver Messenger Service and the literary work...view item »

Funkadelic
Finest

Probably the greatest compilation of George Clinton’s iconic funk ensemble Funkadelic, Finest covers 1970 to 1976 and mixes classics with obscurities. Tidal Waves Music have repressed this out of print rarity to very limited deluxe double vinyl LP, complete with the original psychedelic ar...view item »

Demian
Demian

Demian, like Steppenwolf before them, take their name from a Herman Hesse novel. They are what became of classic Austin, Texan ‘60s psych-rock band Bubble Puppy. They changed from blistering psych rock to a heavier sound that was peddled by the likes of ...view item »

Harumi
Harumi

LOST CLASSIC ALERT! Mysterious Japanese artist Harumi recorded this album in 1968 with legendary producer Tom Wilson (Velvet Underground, Bob Dylan) at the helm. The album’s uniqueness comes from Harumi’s wild ideas being restrained a touch by...view item »

Stephen Bailey
Silo

The Australian public’s insatiable thirst for psychedelia has spawned a solo LP by Mt. Mountain frontman Stephen Bailey. Silo is full of pretty, melodic, well-crafted psych-pop. Tame Impala, Galaxie 500, that sort of thing. The people have spoken. Out via ...view item »

The Left Outsides
All That Remains

Feeding Tube and Cardinal Fuzz have united for a limited vinyl pressing of the new album by undervalued UK duo the Left Outsides. Theirs is a unique take on folk rock with a vocal, harmonium and viola blend which along with more traditional rock instruments creates a misty folk classicism that most recalls Opal,...view item »

Can
Monster Movie

I’ve been asked to write about a bunch of Can albums because apparently I’m the man in the know. So all of those years of unemployment I spent getting high listening to Can weren't totally wasted, tell that to your careers officer. Choosing your favourite Can album is like choosing a favourite child. Put simply it’s plainly wro...view item »

Can
Unlimited Edition

Look at the sleeve. Look at the sleeve. All sleeves should be that cool surely? Phil used to bore me to death about how he had the 1974 Limited Edition with the rodents on the front destroying some gaff. But he just had to have this mysterious double album version from 1976 that expanded on his infernally inadequate volume. When somebody on ebay...view item »

Sun City Girls
Torch of the Mystics

Sun City Girls were responsible for getting yours truly into the conceit of experimental music, while also keeping me at a sizeable distance for many, many years: for every classic piece of Weird they released there was something that made me want to wretch, or something I didn’t understand, or something with a scary title; for every &lsqu...view item »

Causa Sui
Live in Copenhagen

Oh how I bet our Ian wishes he could have been there. Two performances from the approaching legendary Euro-kraut group Causa Sui at release parties for albums in 2013 and 2016. As they rarely play live this is the opportunity to catch them in their element, stretching and twisting their songs out of all recognition. ...view item »

Mark McDowell and Friends
Dark Weave

Mark McDowell and Friends are a bunch of psychedelic folkers. Dark Weave combines ‘60s psych folk, drone and haunting ballads played on acoustic guitars, analogue synths and sitars. The globetrotting troupe recorded their fifth album in San Francisco, Bristol and Wales. Limited edition green vinyl LP on Friend Of The Fish....view item »

Seabuckthorn
A House With Too Much Fire

Andy Cartwright makes good songs with his hands and guitar, making spindly and sporadic music in the tradition of American primitivism but with the occasional use of bowing and textural atmosphere -- he's made nine albums, at this point, so it's good to switch things up. On A House With Too Much Fire he implements banjo, clarinet a...view item »

Tame Impala
Live Versions

As wonderful as they are, there is an argument as to whether a Tame Impala live album is strictly necessary, especially one which has already come out twice, the only difference being the colour of vinyl. A cursory listen through the tracks though reveals a band at the peak of their powers, re-creating quite accurately the complex, sonically adv...view item »

Tame Impala
Currents (Collectors Edition)

Like Tame Impala’s ___ album Currents? Well if you do, here’s your chance for deeper insight into the record, with a ...view item »

Dead Meadow
Howls From The Hills

‘Howls From The Hills’ was one of a meek thirteen releases put out on Talotta Records, a label launched by Fugazi’s Joe Lally way back when. What was Lally into, you ask? Swirling psych; wah pedals; slowly unwinding riffs; vocals that sound like fog. Dead Meadow wouldn’t sound out of place rig...view item »

Vive la Void
Vive la Void

Moon Duo keyboard player Sanae Yamada takes time out from the day job to lay down this solo LP under the name Vive la Void. The seven tracks of this eponymous album don’t stray too far from the MD blueprint while also incorporating more of a synthwave/darkwave influence. Lead single ‘Red Rider’...view item »

UUUU
UUUU

UUUU is what happens when you get Edvard Graham Lewis (Wire, Dome), Thighpaulsandra (Coil, Spiritualized), Matthew Simms (...view item »

Nazoranai
The Most Painful Time Happens Only Once Has It Arrived Already..?

In an attempt to hurt music and all those who make it, noise provocateur Keiji Haino has asked collaborator Oren Ambarchi to stay on board in his band, and enlisted Stephen O’Malley, who’s up for recording with anyone as long as they use the word &...view item »

J Fernandez
Memorize Now

Despite the obscure name, obscure sleeve, there was some internal logic to me picking up this record and taking a look at it this morning. I’m glad I did. J Fernandez (or Justin to his mates) disregards the current penchant for using a band name for his solo evocations making it harder to seek out but the music contained within is a lovely...view item »

O’Seis
Suicida / Apocalipse

No, this isn’t the latest incarnation of (Thee) Oh Sees. In fact, it’s a previous incarnation of Os Mutantes. Three of those who would go on to form OM - Rita Lee and the Baptista brothers - were members of O’Seis. 1966 single Suicida/Apoca...view item »

GNOD
Be Aware Of Your Limitations (Live at Roadburn 2017)

We have UK exclusive on this pressing of 300 copies of Gnod's incendiary live set at Roadburn in 2017. The Manchester collective were artists in residence at the festival and this is one of four shows they played. Consisting of two near twenty minute side long jams, their inventive nihilistic first set that day ...view item »

Pink Floyd
The Dark Side Of The Moon

As literally one of the best-selling albums of all time (741 consecutive weeks in the charts!), you probably already have a copy of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon don’t you? But this new reissue has been remastered, and is pressed to 180g vinyl, and comes in a rather fetching package with a few extra bit...view item »

Peter Harris
Adverts!

Eccentric artist and musician Peter Harris, from London band Piper’s Son, doesn’t know how to describe the music on his new solo album, Adverts, so I’ll have a go. It’s a teeny bit Elliott Smith and a teeny bit Roy Harper, with some cosmic oddball element...view item »

The Heads
Rkt!

The Heads fans rejoice as some of their more hard to find releases from the early 2000s are now compiled on one 3LP collection. Comprising of the first 3 releases The Heads put out on the Rocket label, this finds the band at their most freeform, a psychedelic sprawling mass of grooves and noise rock fun.      ...view item »

Møtrik
Safety Copy

Jealous Butcher have previously released records by The Decemberists, but we’ll forgive them for that if they keep dropping stuff as a good as this. Møtrik are a krautrock four-piece from Portland who stick to the genre’s principles. Motorik grooves, harmonically ambiguous syn...view item »

Howlin Rain
Howlin Rain

Howlin’ Rain are the kind of band that Uncut magazine love. Their music draws its influences from classic ‘60s and ‘70s rock such as The Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Allman Brothers, Blue Cheer and Bob Dylan...view item »

Dungen & Woods
Myths 003

Who’s idea was this? I don’t know whether I’d like to shake or wring their hand. Carelessly meshing together all and any definitions of psych rock, the Mexican Summer Myths’ festival series collates Swedish jammers Dungen and folksy coo crew Woods into one album of live ventures. A wahing and sun-soaked ascent to the cosm...view item »

MIEN
MIEN

If you’re an old fan and know what happened to the Horrors, please write in and let me know. Who they are. For I have never listened to them. Sorry, but fourteen year-old me was still playing Starsailor albums on repeat. Regardless, a Horror has crept his way into psych rob...view item »

Nest Egg
Nothingness Is Not A Curse

I actually almost can’t  bring myself to type “motorik” for the millionth time in my existence but phew, there you have it, I pulled it out of the bag. Psychlords, meet Nest Egg, a disciplined rock ‘n’ roll band very much worthy of your Fuzz Club squad. What if Fuzz Club was a football team, though? Would they ...view item »

Spacemen 3
Dreamweapon

Dreamweapon by Spacemen 3 documents the time they played live in the foyer of Watermans Art Centre in Brentford at a screening of the Wim Wenders film Wings of Desire. The audience didn’t care for it too much but the 45 minute set of droning guitars will sure please fans of the band. This reissue includes outtakes from 198...view item »

Tori Kudo
Live At Harness

Tori Kudo is best known for leading the ramshackle and often magical Japanese collective Maher Shalal Hash Baz. This tape captures an acoustic Tokyo performance with Mikiko Suzuki, featuring versions of songs from MSHB alongside covers of Beefheart, The Only Ones...view item »

Taj Mahal Travellers
August 1974

Reissue of album by Japanese experimental group Taj Mahal Travellers, though they only managed to travel to the Taj Mahal in 1972, 3 years after their inception. 90 minutes of improvised ambience and drone, under the coordination of Kinji Hayashi. Released on Aguirre with liner notes by The W...view item »

Triptides
Visitors

Six albums in now for LA psychedelic pop people Triptides and it seems like only yesterday they were unleashing the fifth of those 'Afterglow' and there are parts of this new album when I'm wondering if they should slow down a bit and sharpen their songwriting to the levels they reached during 'Sun Pavillion' and 'Azur' their two best albums in ...view item »

Minami Deutsch
Minami Deutsch

It makes sense! If I use enough exclamation marks it makes sense! Minami Deutsch are taking the genre’s origins at face value, dedicating themselves to the grooves they’ve wrought and letting their rigid vocal interpolations ring out overtop, with some classy reverb as the piece de resistance. Amidst the workout aesthetic they’...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Hold That Thought

Are you ready for not one but two Brian Jonestown Massacre albums this year? Well get in the swing by buying this 10" which contains a taster track off each record. Another big year for the never pausing collective and look there is Anton on the cover looking like someone has just sat on his sitar.  ...view item »

Bonnacons of Doom
Bonnacons of Doom

Whoever it is that’s behind Bonnacons of Doom - members of Forest Swords, Mugstar, Youth Movies...view item »

Love
Forever Changes (50th Anniversary Edition)

One of the greatest albums of all time reaches 50 but, with multiple re-issues down the line already, what will they squeeze out of it this time? Well you get mono and stereo mixes, an alternate mix, and a disc of outtakes - some of which are actually pretty darned good. Superb pastoral psychedelic pop that has influenced generations. Every home...view item »

Pink Floyd
The Division Bell

This 1994 album by these moody rock monsters shows the remaining trio of Rick Wright, Dave Gilmour and Nick Mason concentrating on serious music with lyrics all about communication. Musically they have settled into their adult rock niche pretty nicely. Here it is re-issued in a 2LP gatefold edition.   ...view item »

Julian Cope
Jehovakill

While Peggy Suicide debuted the “mature” Julian, this three-sided follow-up went all-out, with the emphasis on the ‘out’. Largely inspired by Krautrock, Jehovahkill captures all the intensity and variety of that genre, from eccentric acid folk to full-on psych bombast. The subject matter takes in stone circles, Christ, an...view item »

Can
Future days

This job can truly be a bind at times. “We need all the Can albums reviewing” Phil says. Sigh...well if I have to. To make this chore easier we’ve got an album each and I’ve lucked out with ‘Future Days’ their glistening and gliding 1973 album which was the last one to feature vocalist Damo Suzuki. It ...view item »

Death And Vanilla
Death And Vanilla

This is mint! We bought a bunch cos it's great and if none of you buy one then I'm gonna have 'em all as it's really that good. If you're into '60s psych pop completely influenced by library music and sophisto French pop then...view item »

Psicomagia
Psicomagia

Oh yes, the music gods are smiling on me this morning. Not everyone in this office is a fan of the ol’ psych-rock/jazz crossover business but I love this stuff. I’ve not encountered California’s Psicomagia before but right from the start these guys are hitting all my pleasure buttons. The basic line-up seems to revolve around T...view item »

The Perth County Conspiracy
The Perth County Conspiracy

The Perth County Conspiracy were a psychedelic folk group from the 1970s whose records now fetch big bucks. If you don’t have big bucks, then the people at Flashback have conveniently reissued their eponymous 1970 LP at an affordable price. Despite coming only a few weeks after their Columbia...view item »

Hendrix
Band Of Gypsys

The last full-length recording by the obscure and unpopular Jimi Hendrix. This was Hendrix's first recording without The Experience giving him the chance to test his genius in a different context. Don't worry, his...view item »

The Lucid Dream
SX1000

Not since Paul Weller created 'Modernism: A New Decade' as there been such a stylistic shift as this. Previously the Lucid Dream were Carlisle's biggest psych rock export but here have soaked up 80s UK acid house and produced an unlikely dancefloor-ready track at odds perhaps with previous work but showing a gen...view item »

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Flying Microtonal Banana

They have released a small galaxy of records in their brief time as a freak rock unit (n.b. that’s what I’m going to start calling certain psych bands from now on to make things less tiresome) but King Gizzard can always be relied upon to do something a little bit different each time -- which is a relief, because most bands of their ...view item »

The Black Angels
Indigo Meadow

Austin’s legendary Black Angels are back this week with their latest neo-psych opus ‘Indigo Meadow’, recorded by Paper Chase visionary John Congleton in Texas and boasting 13 songs of their ‘60s-style psych garage and trademarked “h...view item »

Wooden Shjips
V

In which the Shjips, according to the press release at least, trade in some of their trademark hypno-guitar drone for a more laid-back sound. Born out of contemplative takes on the various political and ecological madnesses of last summer, 'V' is intended as an antidote to current travails, "a respite from the insanity". Get in early enough and ...view item »

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Clear Spot

Don Van Vliet’s reputation mostly rests on the mind-bending knottiness of Troutmaskreplica and similar work, but he could also dial down the weird and dial up the blues. 1972’s Clear Spot is his most successful attempt to nail a compromise between groove-driven blues rock and his inimitable creative eccentricities. T...view item »

FACS
Negative Houses

Scattering the ashes of the moody Disappears contingent into a new band, FACS will of course use their dejected, mundane rock to quietly upset you. I’ll level with you: this goth boy band is pretty much just Disappears redux, minus one Damon Carruesco, who left the band and all the gloom endearing it behind. What you’re hearing in &l...view item »

Kingdom Come
Journey

2 years ago Why have I only just discovered this? Sounds like hawkwind,  krautrock, and some other madness.great acid music 14 likes replies ...view item »

Anthroprophh
Omegaville

Titans of idiocy Anthroprophh offer Paul Allen -- a serious psychedelic stalwart in the Heads -- the chance to make true on the most ludicrous of thoughts his brain is channeling energy for. ‘OMEGAVILLE’ is a wacky trip through a cosmos busy with banality, his usual brand of fuzz here entirely unfiltered as he growls, squeals and squ...view item »

Wooden Shjips
Dos

I've been winding the artist formerly known as Phat Bjarry up about his "incurable obsession" with Wooden Shjips for ages now and the joke's worn so thin i'm able to poke my spotty arse right thjrough it. You see, as is normally the case, if he likes something, i'll insist it's cobblers. Like a retarded child. Actually don't mind 'Dos'' the new alb...view item »

Ty Segall & Mikal Cronin
Reverse Shark Attack

I've heard a few things by Ty Segall this year, most notable being a split with kindred spirits 'Thee Oh Sees'. I'm not sure of the origins of this Kill Shamen LP (is it new or old? I don't know) but i can tell you that it's his best recorded output to date. This may have something to do with it being a collaboration with Mikal Cronin (Okie Dokie a...view item »

Mind Over Mirrors
Bellowing Sun

An incredibly ambitions album/installation from synthetisist Jaime Fennelly. The piece was commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago where it will be performed under a large spinning version of its artwork. It's a textural and rhythmic of the organic, and is every bit as psychedelic as that would imply....view item »

Entourage
Ceremony of Dreams: Studio Sessions & Outtakes, 1972-77

Experimental ambient trio The Entourage Music & Theatre Ensemble released only two LPs during their active years of 190 and 1983. Tompkins Square have managed to collect 30 unreleased tracks that include alternate takes and early versions, alongside notes from the last surviving member Wall Matthews. Stunnin...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Aufheben

Here's our Anton and his latest batch of buddies back for another go. And there's a cock on the first track! Right at the end, if you listen carefully. Otherwise, opener 'Panic in Babylon' is an odd slice of Arabian sounding pop which neither inspires nor particularly upsets though little impr...view item »

Hookworms
Hookworms

Here's what our Mike had to say when the tape first came out on Sun Ark in 2011:   Yeeeeah!! Here we have the long-anticipated audio cassette from Leeds's finest psychedelic upstarts, Hookworms, who are full of nice people who've played in other bands as is the Leeds 6 way. Out in an edition of 150 so you'd better make sure ...view item »

From Beyond
The Band From Beyond

From Beyond trace their supernatural origin back to Houston, Texas. The spooky forest and neon text on the album’s cover art has an eerie, Twin Peaks-y atmosphere to it, while the early 90s hard rock style of the music also pulls off a sinister vibe with John Carpenter-esque keyboards and a lot of reverb on the le...view item »


Tokyo Flashback

Tokyo Flashback is a compilation by the legendary P.S.F. Records label, the number one location for underground experimental psychedelic rock from Japan in the nineties. The first volume was released in 1991, and it contains tracks by Mainliner, Michio Kurihara’s White Heaven, and...view item »

The Telescopes
Stone Tape

Drone drone drone. The Telescopes have had the sort of career that its difficult to draw on a map. They were once pretty popular shoegazers and we all remember the time they went a bit jazzy. But over the last few years they have been making the sort of very noisy drone music that could appeal to fans of anyone from ...view item »

Kensington Gore
Hexagon

Stephen Wood and Scott Gubbels make up Kensington Gore, a duo who dabble in driving electronics, spacey soundscapes and motorik propulsion. Hexagon is dark and has an oppressive terror brought about by stabbing synth work, however, this is matched by a lightness of touch, production-wise, and a certain melodic nouse. Thu...view item »

Goat
Fuzzed In Europe

Masked myth-makers Goat have pulled all of the psych rock fables, playing its light pop version as paying tribute to its noisy, distorted hellscape. Fuzzed In Europe is a collection of six tracks pulled from endless recordings of their continental tour, deciding upon the ones that sounded estranged f...view item »

Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd’s 1975 album Wish You Were Here followed up the mega-selling Dark Side Of The Moon, a tricky task that the band approached with lengthy instrumentals and some heavily cynical lyrics: excellent. This new reissue has been remastered, and is pressed to 180g vinyl, and comes in a rather fetching pa...view item »

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