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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 »

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 »

Various
Brown Acid: The Third Trip

Named after a bad batch of LSD that circulated at 1969's Woodstock Festival, Brown Acid: The Third Trip is the third in a series of critically acclaimed compilation albums by RidingEasy records. Featuring rare/unreleased tracks from bands like Factory, Grand Theft and ...view item »

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Paper Mâché Dream Balloon

For their new record, titled Paper Maché Dream, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard have cast aside the electricity that previously drove their massive psych-rock tracks. Instead, they present a suite of acoustic numbers, still thoroughly psychedelic but this time more reminiscent of a 70’s children’s ...view item »

Grumbling Fur
Alice

The latest outsider titans to contribute to Southern Records’ marvelous Latitudes series is Alexander Tucker and Daniel O’Sullivan’s ...view item »

Holger Czukay
Movie!

Holger Czukay, the bass player in goddamn Can in case you weren’t aware, released solo album Movie in 1979. It isn’t a soundtrack album, but Holger does pull in samples from what...view item »

XAM Duo
XAM Duo

XAM Duo takes one member of Deadwall and matches him up with a Hookworm. Then the pair improvised their way down some infinite komische highways at high speed, producing shimmering electro-psych that stands comfortably apart from the ‘main’ projects of the members. CD / double LP edi...view item »

Baba Zula
XX

In 2016 the wonderful Baba Zula celebrated 20 years of existence, in which they expanded their reputation, becoming forerunners in contemporary psychedelia and deserving an esteemed place in Turkish music history. Spanning two discs of career defining moments, the new one traces a vast and suitably colourful journey through thei...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Third World Pyramid

Their previous album 'Revelation' was to my mind one of the finest of their career so we are all hoping that the Brian Jonestown Massacre's late renaissance continues with this their 15th studio album. Anton hasn't exactly been sat around in the meantime, there's been tours, albums with Tess Parks, the ...view item »

Various
Brown Acid: The Fourth Trip

The Brown Acid series is dedicated to excavating rare and special hard rock and psych music that was private-pressed onto 45”s back in the day. With The Fourth Trip, the heavy jams just keep on coming, all made by bands doing it for the sheer love of the rock. CD / LP compilation on RidingEasy....view item »

Gnoomes
Tschak!

Russian psych rockers Gnoomes had access to a bank of presumably indestructible vintage Russian synths when making this record. Experimenting with these beasts has allowed them to marry their stargazing pulsating kraut rock with the sort of brave new world synth exploration found in the back tunnels of the War records back catal...view item »

Flying Saucer Attack
Mirror

'Mirror' was the final Flying Saucer Attack record before their long hiatus that was finally broken by 2015's 'Instrumentals'. It showcases a much more gentle and reflective side to FSA's oeuvre with wispy, folky compositions showcasing a band that seem to be drifting further into space than ever before. ...view item »

Sun Araw / Ralph White
Split

Been looking forward to this one. Seems like a while since Sun Araw last put out any solo material but he’s easily forgiven with this bitchin’ cover of ‘Thrasher’ by Neil Young. What more could you ask for? His cover of ‘Barstool Blues’ on tribute...view item »

The Time And Space Machine
The Way Out Sound From In

Ample Play Records release a heavy duty collection of Richard Norris’ recent Time And Space Machine Mixes on August 25th. A man of many guises, he has operated as a duo - as The Grid with Dave Ball, as Beyond the Wizard's Sleeve with Erol Alkan - but when it's time for some solo sonic action, he records and remixes as The Time and Space Mac...view item »

Mythic Sunship
Land Between Rivers

Straight outta Copenhagen fly Mythic Sunship, a heavy psychedelic quartet swimming in a lake of fuzz. Land Between Rivers is a riffed-up monster of an album, with track lengths that stretch out into the far distance and deep-dug grooves that just won’t let up. Released on CD and LP by El Paraiso Records....view item »

Pink Floyd
Germin/ation 1968

Fans of Pink Floyd who didn’t quite feel able to spring for their colossal recent The Early Years 1965 - 1972 box-set can rejoice: the six constituent parts of the set are now being released separately! Germin/ation 1968 includes a CDs, a DVDs and a Blu-Ray, featuring a wealth of rare and unreleased track...view item »

Pink Floyd
Devi/ation 1970

Fans of Pink Floyd who didn’t quite feel able to spring for their hefty recent The Early Years 1965 - 1972 box-set can rejoice: the six constituent parts of the set are now being released separately! Devi/ation 1970 includes two CDs, two DVDs and a Blu-Ray, featuring a quad mix of Atom Heart Mother...view item »

eagle/deer
The Summer Of Sepia

A dense, sad and strange neo-folk record from Eagle/Deer. Summer of Sepia is a collection of American folk music driven by Sara Charles solo banjo and guitar playing and delicate vocals. Her haunting mountain tales and multi-instrumentalism bring to mind Sufjan Stevens, and this vinyl ...view item »

Frank Zappa
Hot Rats

An early piece of the strange and wonderful Frank Zappa puzzle, recorded as a solo album by Zappa in 1969. Hot Rats is a spiralling, mostly instrumental suite of music recorded with cutting-edge 16-track studio technology that allowed for greater complexity: you can bet Zappa loved that...view item »

The Heads
Relaxing With...

OOHHH!! This comes thundering out of your speakers like a angry rhino who's just come back from a hard day at the swamp to find you in bed with his wife, wearing his silky bathrobe and smoking his finest lifepipes. They are LOUD and brash . I thought they were American - imagine my chagrin once I found out they were (are?) from Bristol. They dab...view item »

Invaderband
Invaderband

New Northern-Irish alternative guitar music from the mind of Adam Leonard (of The Owl Service). Invaderband play choppy, post-punky songs, flavoured with old-school space alien action as on the lead single ‘Attack Of The Pod People’. This self-titled debut full-length is released on ...view item »

The Skull Defekts
2013-3012

What is it with this crazed Swedish band? They're well deranged like a voodoo Gothic tribal breakdown I reckon. Vocally they're like the demented hybrid of Mike Patton, Current 93, The Birthday Party, PIL & Scratch Acid and the music isn't much more normal, weighing in somewhere betwe...view item »

Alien Ballroom
Zero Pac A.D.

Agitated Records previously released a very limited and out-there LP from these lads under the name Koolaid (Global Tyranny), but having decided that there’s a surfeit of bands using the ‘Koolaid’ moniker they’re henceforth switchin...view item »

The Neighbourhood Strange
Let's Get High / One Last Chance

Vintage-style psychedelic rock’n’roll with a sunny disposition and an affected vocal style from The Neighbourhood Strange. Let’s Get High / One Last Chance, the Salisbury band’s second single, has lots of guitar that will delight fans of 60’s blues rock. It’s released in an edition of...view item »

Various
Keb Darge & Cut Chemist present The Dark Side – 30 Sixties Garage Punk and Psyche Monsters

One man funk funk library Keb Darge teams up with Cut Chemist again to follow up from their 2007 compilation and delve once more into the lost world of 60s garage music. Filled with rarities and the obscure from both players’ personal collections they aim to inspire their love for the genre and get you hoo...view item »

Damo Suzuki & Sound Carriers
Live at Marie-Antoinette

To this day, Damo Suzuki continues to tour the world, playing improvised sets with one-off ensembles of local musicians as he goes. On this Berlin date in 2011, his Sound Carriers include Ilpo Väisänen ...view item »

Temples
Volcano

Here's a new one from curly mopped psych pop fans Temples. Their previous record 'Sun Structures' was the type of psych record you could take home to meet your mum so we are expecting more radio-friendly vaguely '60s tunes to hum when you put the bins out of a night. Lead track 'Certainty' sounds like MGMT gone ...view item »

Muertos
EP1

Groovy, distorted psych punk on very gorgeous, and very limited, red and white splatter 10” vinyl. EP1 emerges from the deranged minds of trio Muertos. These tracks distill the atonal riffing and droning vocals of post-Velvet Underground garage into a pure snotty essence of amplifier ...view item »

PC Worship
Buried Wish

Here they are, the guitar band I always think make electronic music. It's in the name -- you expect retro synths and what you get is in fact weirdass indie rock, a little deviating from the proper stuff and a little fried for punk music. PC Worship continue to break the time continuum just a little bit by improvising s...view item »

All Them Witches
Sleeping Through The War

Sleeping Through The War by All Them Witches is a well-crafted rock record. The band wrote all the songs before spending six days in a Nashville Studio with Sturgill Simpson/Rival Sons producer Dave Cobb. The album, a result of overstimulated minds from relentless touring, has an energy...view item »

Shadow Band
Wilderness of Love

The emo psychedelics of Shadow Band lean heavily on the atmosphere you can craft out of disparity. On “Green Riverside”, frontman Mike Bruno places smoky guitar strums against the kind of swirling chords you’d find on a dungeon synth record, striking a balance between songwriter solace and medieval soundscape. ‘Wilderness...view item »

Jess and The Ancient Ones
Jess and The Ancient Ones

  Finnish label Svart have reissued and remastered Jess And The Ancient Ones 2012, self-titled cult classic. Initially regarded as proprietors of the 'occult rock revival' the band have since gone on to transcend the cliches of the genre,  but their debut LP still remains a celebrated favourite. As well as the original tracks, ...view item »

Ulan Bator
Stereolith

Ulan Bator have been creating avant-garde rock music from their base in Paris since 1993: Stereolith is their twelfth album. Stereolith is full of full-on krautrock rhythmic drive and inventive electronics, but notably keeps things tight, wi...view item »

Wooden Shjips
Vol.2

Mr Woody Wood Shjiper has a new compilation out of hard to get singles called Vol 2 (yes there was a vol 1...). This features the the Sub Pop 7", a couple of European tour singles, a track from a Yeti mag, the Mexican Summer 12" plus the odd alternate version/ live track which hasn't been out before. So for you eager beavers who got all t...view item »

The Underground Youth
What Kind Of Dystopian Hellhole Is This?

The Underground Youth deliver their eighth album, the cheerfully (and topically?) titled What Kind Of Dystopian Hellhole Is This? Those gloomy vibes are transmitted to the listener via goth-vocalled, shoegaze-guitared post-punk music. The songwriting standards are very high, ...view item »

The Paperhead
Chew

Nashville trio The Paperhead craft a deliciously off-centre brew of familiar acoustic backings, over which a rich palette of instrumental splashings lean in and out. This, their latest in a neat handful of albums, is reminiscent of Van Morrison’s more direct offerings, with a slightly melancholic Moody Blues swagger....view item »

Meatbodies
Meatbodies

The unholy din you're hearing on "Tremmors" is made by Meatbodies, a band with a full-bodied psych rock sound that matches their name for velocity and volume. Sounding at times like an amped up Merchandise who want you to hear every bit of them, they've made this self-titled record of screeching guitars, isolated vocal harmonies and garage rock ...view item »

Innercity Ensemble
III

With an all-star cast that incorporates Stara Rzeka, Kapital and T’ien Lai, the odds for Innercity Ensemble turning out quality music are high. And they don’t disappoint! III is sort of jazz-derived, but also totally grounded in thick heavy rhythms. Definite...view item »

Bobak, Jons, Malone
Motherlight

Here’s a hardcore rarity from the 1960’s psychedelic underground: the one and only album by the trio Bobak, Jons, Malone, which fetches colossal sums for original copies. But forget the collectors, this reissue allows you to just listen to the gorgeous music! Motherlight is a lovely set of sweet psych-pop, a...view item »

The Paperhead
Africa Avenue

Psychedelic students The Paperhead continue to pay their respects to the rock 'n' roll of the 1960s on 'Africa Avenue', playing their fuzzed-up guitars and acoustic strums like their hair is doing most of the work. It's their most directly pop work as a band yet, though the band still want you to think they're totally weird, so bring in som...view item »

Grails
Take Refuge In Clean Living

I like Grails in my life and here's some more. For me to like. I tell you what, the first track on here is an absolute belter and I think they know it, the little sheet included in the CD digipak has artwork based around it with nary a mention of the other songs. Actually the artwork in general is a weird mishmash of styles from cheesy stoner-rock ...view item »

The Holydrug Couple
Soundtrack For Pantanal

Soundtrack For Pantanal was recorded alongside The Holydrug Couple’s Moonlust album, and it applies the same kind of luscious psychedelic drone rock to a film. Except that this particular film does not actually exist… A shame, as I’d love to see the images that would fit with this lovely soun...view item »

Tentakel
Impulse / Inversion

Tentakel is Pontus Torstensson, who plays in acts like The Exorcist GBG. As a drummer, Torstensson is percussion mad, and this recorded debut for the Tentakel project is packed to the brim with rhythms and counter-rhythms: enough to drive dancers to happy madnes...view item »

Julian Cope
Drunken Songs

Julian Cope is an acknowledged expert in the field of intoxicated music enjoyment, so this album of drinking songs, Drunken Songs, is very welcome. There is a song written for Cope’s own funeral, a song called ‘Liver Big As Hartlepool’, and a big 20-minute jam to close out the album, a...view item »

Jawbones
High And Low And Low And High

Jawbones are a Berlin-based psych-rock outfit with a sound that flirts heavily with the sixties psychedelic originators without just being a pastiche act. High And Low And Low And High is their conceptually-driven debut record, released by Anton Newcombe (Brian Jonestown Massacre)&rsquo...view item »

Cobalt Chapel
Cobalt Chapel

Cobalt Chapel is a project that mines some interesting territory. Cecilia Fage and Jarrod Gosling play around with the kind of interpretations of British folk music that so many hauntologists have recently enjoyed, but with a pulsing electronic touch that, along with Fage’...view item »

Roky Erickson
All That May Do My Rhyme

All That May Do My Rhyme is the 1995 album of 13th Floor Elevators originator Roky Erickson. It’s a pleasingly laid-back set, leaning more towards folky rootsy rock music than the fried-out psychedelia of much of his career, though that is also present in small tasty doses. The album has been reis...view item »

Pink Floyd
A Momentary Lapse of Reason

The Pink Floyd vinyl reissuing machine rolls around to two of the group’s latter day albums, thus completing the roster. A Momentary Lapse Of Reason is their 1984 thirteenth album, and their first following the departure of Roger Waters. Lots more drum machines and other electronic techniques here...view item »

The Brainiac 5
Journey To X

How many musicians can you name from Cornwall? Ok, Aphex Twin, but any more? You in the back? The other one in Mount Kimbie, very good. Nothing else, eh? Well now you can add The Brainiac 5 to that list. After forming in the 70’s, being championed by John Peel and then spl...view item »

Spider Kitten
Ark Of Octofelis

Spider Kitten’s 8th full length outing stirs a big old cauldron with a broth made up of Pink floyd psych, Black Sabbath riffs, the pure weight of The Melvins and the dark theatricality of Nick Cave. Big chugging riffage topped with soaring vocal deliveries...view item »

Manuel Gottsching
Inventions For Electric Guitar

Solo outing number one from the Ash Ra Temple / E2-E4 legend Manuel Göttsching. Inventions For Electric Guitar, dating from 1974, pushes the instrument through a tangle of delays and echoes so that these pieces sound very far from solo guitar pieces. As hypnotic as anything Gö...view item »

TAU
TAU TAU TAU

Shaun Nunutzi heads up Tau, taking a well-earned sabbatical from touring his crusher monotony with Dead Skeletons. Following up from the Wirikuta EP, he works with Gerald Pasqualin for a quickly made, easily done 'n' dusted collection of psych folk tunes -- I imagine there might be some r...view item »

Us and Them
Fading WithIn The Dwindling Sun

Us And Them, an intimate-sounding Scandinavian duo, release an EP of their takes on English folk music. A Richard Thompson number and the traditional ‘Banks Of The Nile’, plus three Sandy Denny songs: this material is impeccable! Thankfully, these new versions do the songs justice, a...view item »

Sendelica
Nite Flights

In which the Scott Walker track Nite Flights gets a thorough re-working by the space-rocking band Sendelica. Its an imaginative spin, though the original’s Walkerness still shines through. On the B-side is Swordfish’s own tabla-heavy re-working of the ...view item »

Aquarian Blood
Last Nite In Paradise

Aquarian Blood are a band built around the husband and wife duo of Laurel Ferdon and JB Horrell, both of whom have played in a bunch of bands. When the other members of the group are added in, I imagine the whole of the Memph...view item »

CFM
Homegrown Paranoia

CFM is Charles Francis Moothart, and CFM is a fire-spitting garage-psych band project with a new 7” out now. Homegrown Paranoia’s three tracks feel like they are perpetually acce...view item »

Flying Hair
Haunted Hangout II

Flying Hair are a psyched-out three-piece who are as weird and fuzzed-out as their fellows, but with perhaps just a little more pop instinct. Haunted Hangout II is, despite the impression given by the title, their debut album, and it was previously only available in a limited run of cassettes. Now it gets a proper vinyl...view item »

Has A Shadow
Sorrow Tomorrow

Hailing from Guadalajara, Mexico, Has A Shadow release their second full-length dark offering of gothic, grunged-out post-punk on a black, 180gm slab of vinyl. And CD. Theirs is a sound that haunts and stalks the night, with stark, eerie vocal chants and murky bass rhythms serving as undercurrents to moonlit riffs and scuzz of &...view item »

Knifeworld
Home Of The Newly Departed

Home Of The Newly Departed is Knifeworld’s album from 2015, now receiving a release on vinyl to complement the previous CD. The material here originally saw the light of day on the two EPs Dear Lord, No Deal and Clairvoyant Fortnight, as well as an old B-side. That’s what we like to see, go...view item »

MV & EE
Root / Void

MV (Matt Valentine) and EE (Erika Elder) have been partners in life and music for a good long while now: they know themselves, each other, and their sound inside out. Root / Void strays away from the heavier psych-jams they’ve often produced, instead rocking a mor...view item »

Francis Vincent Zappa Conducts The Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Orchestra & Chorus
Lumpy Gravy

A brace of some of Frank Zappa’s many (many) albums are receiving heavyweight vinyl reissues from Universal. Lumpy Gravy is Zappa’s debut solo album from 1967, released under the name Francis Vincent Zappa and utilising the talents of The Abnuceals Emuukha Electric O...view item »

Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
We're Only In It For The Money

A brace of some of Frank Zappa’s many (many) albums are receiving heavyweight vinyl reissues from Universal. We’re Only In It For The Money is his third album with The Mothers Of Invention, and it’s got a wild blend of psych-rockin’, weirdo voice / tape experimentation, skitty bi...view item »

Harmonia & Eno '76
Tracks and Traces

Gronland have taken it upon themselves to reissue the Harmonia 76 release 'Tracks & Traces', a vital collection from the post Cluster collective which also encompassed the myriad talents of Brian Eno. Now, I've been recently relishing the wave of quality Kraut re-issues from Bureau B & 4MWB and now this smashing collection! Tagging on 2 rel...view item »

Blonde On Blonde
Rebirth

Blonde On Blonde were a Welsh psychedelic / prog band active for a couple of years from the late 60’s on. Their second album, Rebirth, has been allowed to sink into obscurity, with this being the very first time it has been officially reissued on vinyl. High energy melodic super-rock: what’s not to like? Rei...view item »

Sex Swing
Sex Swing

More kraut racket for your worn out ears but this time with legs. This collective contain members of Part Chimp, Mugstar, Dethscalator and Earth and this is a brazen and rackety take on the Suicide/Silver Apples blueprint with squawking sax adde...view item »

The Wharves
Electa

The Wharves come from loads of different places and combine a kind of fuzzed out folk and minimal psych which is comparable to both of Kim Deal's post Pixies projects (the Breeders and the Amps...view item »

Richard Pinhas
Reverse

French experimento-prog legend (and Heldon member) Richard Pinhas has been collaborating left right and centre for the last few years, and for new solo record Reverse, he’s brought many of those heavyweight friends into the mix. We’re talking Oren Ambarchi, Masami Ak...view item »

Dungen
Häxan

Dungen’s album Häxan (their first entirely instrumental record) began as a score to the 1926 film The Adventures Of Prince Achmed, but ended up wandering off course into more abstract and witchy territory. The results are lush and super evocative. Bonus fact: the whole album was put together using on...view item »

Ashtray Navigations
To Make A Fool Ask, And You Are The First

Leeds’ very own genuinely-psychedelic noise explorers Ashtray Navigations are releasing their latest statement on the Blackest Ever Black label, but that doesn’t mean they’ve gone industrial techno. No, To Make A Fool Ask, And You Are The First is full-bore AshNav, moving through stran...view item »

Chocolat
Rencontrer Looloo

Chocolat describe their new album as a coming together of “hard jazz and surf metal”, which puts them into pretty rare territory. Rencontrer Looloo, recorded after some time away, finds Chocolat merrily doing their own th...view item »

Various
Forge Your Own Chains

What with the Psych Funk double LP coming out recently you may feel that your psychedelic funk and soul urges have been saciated. But think again fools! Now Again have gone one step further and released 'Forge Your Own Chains' which is a double LP of heavy psychedelic ballads and dirges 1968-1974. Make of that what you will but from what I've heard...view item »

Major Stars
Motion Set

Having been active since the last century, veterans Major Stars prepare to release yet another rough' n 'ready slice of psychedelic-rock. As the ninth offering from the Massachusetts-incepted outfit, Motion Set recognises its predeceasing catalogue whilst still exploring new ideas and st...view item »

The Silence
Nine Suns, One Morning

Amounting to the third album of Tokyo-based outfit The Silence is Nice Suns, One Morning. As it shifts across an array of styles and variations of modern rock, the offering prioritises free-flowing improvisation over the cull of safe and easy songwriting - amounting to a highly creative recor...view item »

Aidan Baker & Tomas Järmyr
Werl

Ex-Nadja heavy droner Aidan Baker and explorative drummer Tomas Järmyr whipped up some sonic rituals in the studio recently, and the results stretch across two CDs here. Werl is real expansive, the two musicians dancing around one another in passages that alternate between droning ...view item »

The Mystery Lights
The Mystery Lights

The Mystery Lights see themselves at the vanguard of the New York City music scene, bucking the apparent trend of “no good NYC bands”. They buck this trend with high energy guitar rock-and-or-roll, tight and fast and a wee built soulful when they want to be. Their self-titled debut full-length is out on WICK Records....view item »

Icarus Peel
Forget-Me-Not Under Pussy Willow

Icarus Peel is the leader of The Honey Pots, but he has a busy little sideline in solo albums, of which Forget-Me-Not Under Pussy Willow is the fourth. It sounds as old-tyme English as the sleeve art looks, with an eccentric darkness that feels like a twingle in Peel’s eye. 180g v...view item »

Mass Datura
Feel Me Human

Mass Datura hereby reveal their first ever physical release, the single Feel Me Human (with previous digital-only single Dream Thief installed on the B-side). Tuneful indie songcraft with the unexpected presence of pedal steel and Mellotron in the mix as well. 7” released by All Types Of Slime Recordings....view item »

Votaries
Psychometry

Votaries sound like a band who fell into a space-drugs wormhole so deep that they’ve emerged with a permanent layer of early-90’s shoegaze-haze draped around every sound they make. On Psychometry they make this work massively to their advantage, with big thick drone-rock tunes to lose oneself in. Released by...view item »

Pussy
Pussy Plays

A deeply rare psych-pop obscurity from 1969, barely ever available to begin with and only sort-of reissued in 2009 by Record Collector magazine. But now, one can actually straightforwardly buy Pussy Plays, the only full-length record ever produced by Pussy. Contains everything that you love about the 60’s. Cream c...view item »

Various
The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 4

The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 4 is a powerful round-up of the vividly flourishing European psych scene, put together by the Fuzz Club label, who certainly know what they’re doing. Twelve tracks, from artists including Soft Walls, The Oscillation, My Invisible Friend and Pre...view item »

The Lucid Dream
Compulsion Songs

One of those rare outfits producing music from the depths of the Cumbria, The Lucid Dream are up to their third full-length album. Compulsion Songs has a little of the weirdness you’d expect from such isolation, freely mixing krautrock, dub, garage-noise and plenty more. I was occasionally reminded of Clin...view item »

Mugstar
Magnetic Seasons

Since 2003 Mugstar have been making their distinctive krautrock influenced psychedelic music. They impressed John Peel and collaborated with Can’s Damo Suzuki. On Magnetic Seasons, on double vinyl LP and CD from Rock Action, they capture the heavy instrumental post-rock so...view item »

Silver Apples
Decatur

Silver Apples‘ fifth album The Decatur, which was released in 1998, dispensed with individual tracks and just dived straight into a single-track, 40-minute-plus cosmic odyssey that gets into some pretty weird and wild places. This reissue marks the first time it has ever been pressed to vinyl, with both regular bl...view item »

The Orange Drop
Stoned In Love

As a heady, melting blend of neo-psych and garage-rock drunk on reverb, The Orange Drop transports listeners back to the summer of love in this edition. Stoned In Love, its 180 gram vinyl limited to only 250 copies worldwide, is the...view item »

Antonio Carlos & Jocafi
Mudei De Ideia

The debut album of Antonio Carlos and Jocafi, who managed great success with their psychedelic take on samba and funk music in Brazil in the 70’s. Mudei De Ideia was initially released in 1971 and is reissued now by Mr Bongo, packaged in the psych-haze variation on the sleeve art (much nicer than ...view item »

Silver Apples
Clinging To A Dream

Who would have thought that in 2016 we'd be seeing a new Silver Apples album and that it would be produced by Graham Sutton (Bark Psychosis etc). But this is the information we have been presented with so we must go with that. Silver Apples surviving member Simeon Coxe (now 97) has recorded all this at his place...view item »

Vibravoid
Wake Up Before You Die

Düsseldorf-ians Vibravoid shake up the modern kraut/psych world a bit by injecting 3- 4 minute pop song sensibility and energy. With sitars and mellotrons galore Wake Up Before You Die brings the sunshine, and The Beatles back. Head on back to 1967 and the summer of love, what is all this white stu...view item »

Exploded View
Exploded View

Exploded View is the latest project of Anika, the haunted-voiced German artiste. The group is the result of a trip to Mexico, where Anika played shows with a lineup of Mexican musicians who turned out to be great creative partners: they improvised each of these dubby post-punk cuts live in one take only! Debut a...view item »

RMFTM
Subversive II: Splendor Of The Wicked

Part 2 in a promised trilogy of albums from Radar Men From The Moon (or RMFTM if you are in a hurry). Subversive II: Splendor Of The Wicked starts off with a steady droning, but soon surprises with a big groovy motorik-party beat. And from there, we’re off into a psychedelic melange of heavy propo...view item »

Pink Floyd
The Early Years 1965 - 1972

Pink Floyd were never ones to do anything by halves and in typical fashion they seem to have come up with the most preposterous bpx set of all time. This 27 disc box set includes all manner of items but only one disc represents the Syd Barrett era  -the rest concentrates on those 'difficult' post Barrett ye...view item »

Kayo Dot
Plastic House On Base Of Sky

Toby Driver's avant-metal crew Kayo Dot continue to fly in the face of expectations, if any remain, with the wonderfully titled Plastic House On Base of Sky. If you recall, they've sounded comparatively whimsical in their latter years, with the humour-tinted extreme metal epic Hubardo p...view item »

Whyte Horses
Pop Or Not

Whyte Horses are a Manchester project helmed by Dom Thomas of Finders Keepers, who is all about exploring global vinyl archives to find unheard wonders. That feeds into the band, whose sound combines an implausibly wide array of genres into an energetic melange that j...view item »

Holy Wave
Freaks of Nurture

Here we have the third album proper (following some singles and b-sides compilations) from Holy Wave, a Texan gang much enamoured with surf and psych music. On Freaks Of Nature they like to lean back and let the songs drift forwards, the guitar haze and the vocal harmonies merging into a warm drone. Released by Reveal....view item »

Jimi Hendrix
Smash Hits

This version of the previously released Smash Hits comes with an alternate cover, was mastered from original analogue master tapes and appears to come with original poster art. By the way, few of these tracks were ever actually released as hit singles, and fewer ever actually charted on commercial AM radio, after Purple Haze. You had to hear it ...view item »

Flying Saucer Attack
Chorus

Chorus compiles a handful of singles, rare compilation tracks and an entire Peel session from experimental rockers Flying Saucer Attack. This is the second of Domino’s set reissuing tough to find works from the band. The balance of heaviness and lightness in the soaring Feedback So...view item »

Rangda
The Heretic's Bargain

All I know is that it’s heavy...Rangda’s surreal The Heretic’s Bargain incorporates surf guitar, free-improv shronk and all type of post-rock weirdness. Chris Corsano, Sir Richard Bishop and Ben Chasny have now completely nailed the dynamics in their raw guitar and drums trio. Drag City are put...view item »

Desert Mountain Tribe
Either That Or The Moon

Acid scorched psych rock from the London based Desert Mountain Tribe. Either That Or The Moon sees them combing slow riffing, heavily reverb lead guitar and snotty, swaggering vocals. Their dense, jam-band sound reminds us a little of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Pressed to 180 gram vinyl LP and...view item »

K-X-P
III Part 2

Another installment in K-X-P’s continuing quest to produce a catalogue high-grade, minimally-titled, rhythmically-intense synth-kraut albums. III Pt. 2 follows up on last year’s III Pt. 1, and was recorded in the same sessions. Another dark and immersive ride from these Finns. CD release on Svart....view item »

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