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The Black Angels
Clear Lake Forest

Previously only available on limited 10" for RSD, features 7 entirely new tracks.  It follows their album Indigo Meadow (2013) where once again The Black Angels proved themselves the undisputed avatars of contemporary psychedelic rock. “Imagine tossing bands from the pantheon of American psychedelia like The Electric Prunes, C...view item »

Live In San Francisco

Ty Segall! That man! He's back! Not that he went anywhere but over the last couple of years he's been busy getting all popular and adored. It's hard work. Anyway, he's continued his quest for musical infamy with a live Fuzz album out on Castleface, recorded on his birthday. He s...view item »

Live at Roadburn

‘Live At Roadburn’ is Papir’s fifth full length album and first ever live album. Known and loved for their awe inspiring live performances and intense live studio albums, it makes perfect sense for these cosmic, Danish stoner rockers to produce a live album that captures their explosive blend of post rock drone, pounding bass l...view item »

The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 3

Some bygone righteousness on The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 3. Another top draw compilation from those cats at Fuzz Club, with four sides of pure mysticism. One for the serious revivalist, full of tripped out acidic guitars, spirit cleansing drones, horns, drums and all the requirements needed for enlightenment. Sounds of the past an...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Musique de film imaginé

The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcome here produces, not the soundtrack to a film, but a ‘soundtrack’ to the idea of a non-existent film in the vein of classic French New Wave directors. You know that'll sound lovely. Musique de film imaginé includes the vocals of SoKo ...view item »

Sun Structures

Are you wanting an unrelenting hit album that you will sing all through the summer? If so then this could be it. Temples early singles impressed; variously recalling Teardrop Explodes, Love, T-Rex, Tame I...view item »

10,000 Russos
10000 Russos

Hailing from the economically barren Portuguese coast, 10000 Russos create haunting, droning and scary psychrock. Inspired by didgeridoos and empty shopping malls, their self-titled debut brings six tracks and 43 minutes of thumping drums and unsettling groaning. In other words, a welcome guest in today’s psych-scene. Limi...view item »

Evil Acidhead
In The Name Of All That Is Unholy

Shockingly, given the name, this isn’t the kind of psychedelia that lounges bucolically in sunny pastoral scenes. No no, Evil Acidhead is much more of a bad-trip kind of project, which In The Name Of All That Is Unholy captures perfectly. 80’s cassette reissued as coloured (red or green) vinyl with a free po...view item »

Brian Ellis Group
Escondido Sessions

Don’t hear so much jazz-rock around these days do we? Well hear it now, with Brian Ellis and his Group. The Escondido Sessions grounds flighty jazz improvisations with a firmly rock rhythm section. Saxophones, but also guitar, organ and Moog synth make up the palette of this record. Pretty strong ...view item »

The Telescopes
Hidden Fields

The Telescopes have a rich history of walking the borderline of sheer noise and straight song-forms, never quite committing to either. Hidden Fields, their first record since 2013, finds them channelling wild drones into fairly songish songs, by their standards. A heady rush of devotional sonics, released by Tapete....view item »

The Soft Walls
No Time

The first album by Dan Reeves' Soft Walls was an instant office fave; I don't recall hearing it due to the paucity of copies actually available. Both formats sold out in two seconds flat. I've been given the task of throwing a few words about his newie on the increasingly popular Trouble in Mind, a label concerned with only the best in lo-fi psy...view item »

Fly Golden Eagle
Quartz Bijou

Fly Golden Eagle are a band who like to rock: psych rock. Quartz Bijou is their latest record, and it takes inspiration from Jodorowsky’s film The Holy Mountain, which can only be a good thing. The group have recently played as backing band to a number of releases recorded in their native Nashville, inclu...view item »


Classic sounding pop-rock (with an indie tinge) led by a Fender Rhodes organ. That instrument gives a certain hue to Gurgles' sound, refreshingly different to much of the Bradford scene from which they come. In fact, Gurgles feature a member of both Mucky Sailor and Nope, so pro...view item »

Electric Moon
Theory of Mind

Bring the psychedelics, because Electric Moon have a total trip of a record to present to you. Theory Of Mind’s four tracks all hover around the fifteen minute mark, during which the group slowly ascend to those third eye peaks. Magic eye painting on the cover too apparently, for full effect! CD release on Sulatro...view item »


Charming bit of fairly minimal psychedelia here from American duo Niao, which consists of George Glikerdas doing vocals, samples (I'm kinda struggling to figure out where these are) and keys and Gordon Spencer-Blaetz bringing the rhythms. Churning, primal rhythms they are too, with a slightly...view item »

Mystic Chords of Memory
Mystic Chords of Memory

Rough Trade have a couple of newies out this week. The 1st 'un is by Mystic Chords of Memory and it's rather lovely summery psyche/ folk lo fi pop. I reckon this will appeal to fans of the Elephant 6 stable as well as The Earlies and that kind of thing. Pretty stuff indeed.......view item »

Schwartz (Eruption)

Originally released in 1971 as this was the third and final album by the Roedelius / Moebius / Schnitzler line-up. It contains just two songs. Track one lasts 31:04 and track two runs 25:20. Both cuts are untitled. Part krautrock, part Avant Garde. Can't help but to notice some strange violin effects, distorted organ playing and a good share of ...view item »

Carlton Melton
Out To Sea

Out To Sea by Carlton Melton sees the band growing their psychedelic palette with a thundering rhythm section, cosmic guitar riffs, searing solos and analog synth action wrapped in an ethereal prog bubble. Fans of The Heads, Parson Sound, Bardo Pond and Faust...view item »

Ken Camden
Dream Memory

Kranky continues to pedal its alternative lullaby lifestyle with Dream Memory, a beguiling abstraction of guitar norms by Ken Camden, who attempts to bring together the disparate timbres of guitar and synth. This records alien technological drone is offered estranged vocal flourishes by Angel Olsen and Emily E...view item »

Kollektion 04: Bureau B By Richard Fearless

Richard Fearless, of Death In Vegas fame, bravely embarks on a very comprehensive compilation of the Bureau B archives, paring electronic wonders from 200 releases down to a 2CD or Triple LP collection. This, the CD edition, contains the whole lot, with a tracklist to die for, including Faust, ...view item »

Sonic Death
Soft Shock / Destruction of the World

Sonic Death are a Russian band, and Soft Shock / Destruction Of The World is their most widely distributed release to date, put out by both DiG Records and Köster Records. It is also their first foray onto vinyl, the 7” containing suitably energetic and crushing music for a band with the name Sonic De...view item »

Goblin Rebirth
Goblin Rebirth

Man, you just can’t keep Italian horror-progsters down can you? In addition to the group currently touring as Goblin, we now have the band’s original rhythm section from back in the day producing music as Goblin Rebirth. This album soundtracks a film so perfectly suited to Goblin tha...view item »

Hypnodrone Ensemble
The Shape Of Space

Likely guitar-drone lads Aidan Baker of Nadja and Eric Quach of thisquietarmy team up with not one, or even two, but three whole drummers to form the Hypnodrone Ensemble: any guesses how the group might sound? The Shape Of Space is their first record, a...view item »

Family Underground

This Family Underground 7" is gonna be great, I can feel it in me bones. So it's started and it's inflicting righteous damage upon me. 'Commiseration' sounds like Keiji Haino riding a synth shaped like a wah-wah pedal while Jandek strums away over the top, it's pretty ace but then it's finished. That must have been like 90 seconds? And it's sev...view item »

Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs
Evil Mothers

‘Evil Mothers’ is a new tune from the ever glamorous CB&V’s that DOES NOT feature on their debut album ‘Clarietta’. It’s an exclusive see. Expect a tuneful glam-stomper in that Reed meets Bolan style they’re are beginning to perfect. The recording is dodge but the tune is okay....I guess. The...view item »

White Hills
Walks For Motorists

Psychedelic rock band seen on Jim Jarmusch’s cool as chips movie from 2014 Only Lovers Left Alive White Hills release their album Walks for Motorists. Available on CD, LP and limited edition double red translucent vinyl including 30 minutes of additional footage. One for the beard strokers who populate the ATP festivals an...view item »

The Cocoon
While The Recording Engineer Sleeps

A reissue of the wonderfully named, While The Recording Engineer Sleeps by The Cocoon who were a kind of Krautrock supergroup. It’s an album of psychedelic jazz with some rock elements and vocals. Gunter Hampel’s vibraphone playing gives everything a dreamy edge while some flute and ...view item »

Eat Lights Become Lights
Into Forever

Formed in London by Neil Rudd the Krautrock obsessed Eat Lights Become Lights have already wowed critics and fans alike with the few records they already have under their belt.   ‘Into Forever’ is the fourth album and another journey into more sonic territories, this time the feel of the album is a much more organic and ...view item »

Weird Owl
Interstellar Skeletal

Summer-evenings-in-California style electro-psychedelia is the sonic territory that Weird Owl like to work, and Interstellar Skeletal works it well. I think the album name and the album sleeve give you a good feel: colourful, space-themed, and fun. CD or ‘milky clear’ vinyl on ‘a’ Recordings....view item »

Obscure Knowledge

Guapo are a group dedicated to making prog-rock a non-ridiculous prospect in this day and age, mostly by applying a small dose of post-rock thinking into the mix. Definitely plenty for old prog fans to enjoy in Obscure Knowledge’s several movements. Available on Cuniform, as a CD or as a (obviously) gatefold LP....view item »

Jarvis Street Revue
Mr. Oil Man

Jarvis Street Revue hailed from distant Ontario, Canada back in the early 70’s, and the view from there is a strange one, cold and firm and psychedelic. The band’s only album, Mr. Oil Man, is an anti-establishment howl of frustration, reissued at last as a limited LP (only 500 copies) on Lion Productions....view item »

The Budos Band
Burnt Offering

'Burnt Offering' is the newest record from that ten-piece that just wants to have fun: the Budos Band. Riffs on riffs front this record of hazy psych-rock and proud metal worship, though the band retain their jazz and Afrobeat influences and pack their tunes with all the things that make them more like Fela Kuti. A weird, wonderful hybrid o...view item »

White Hills
Heads On Fire

Fresh from the roaring success of their split LP with The Heads, White Hills have seen fit to reissue their 'Heads on Fire' album on sweaty vinyl with extra Julian Cope-endorsed twiddles in the form of your download codez. I really like their shit (their music obviously, not their actual faeces) and the way they crank up their all tube (of course...view item »

Todd Rundgren, Hans-Peter Lindstrøm & Emil Nikolaisen

Old school rock dude Todd Rundgren releasing on the Norwegian Smalltown Supersound label? Something odd is afoot… Indeed, Runddans finds Rundgren collaborating with Hans-Peter Lindstrøm, of nu-disco fame, and Serena-Maneesh shoegazer Emil Nikolaise...view item »

True Prayer

Psych folk in all its fantastical glory from Santiparro. Whether you lean more towards the outer reaches of psychedelia or the soft strumming of an acoustic guitar, True Prayer delivers the aural banquet you've been craving. Features contributions from Will Oldham, Kyp Malone, Adam Wills, Melati Malay and Ben Bromley. O...view item »

Everybody's Boogie

Seattle heavyweight Sig Wilson (Holy Sons, Castanets, Scout Niblett) leads a blues rock trio with Brooklynites Brian Markham and Adam Bulgasem. Dommengang's debut album Everybody’s Boogie is a fuzzy, repetitive beast in the resurgently popular psych mould. CD in mini-LP style gatefold package and vinyl LP from Thr...view item »

The Red Crayola & Art & Language
Corrected Slogans

Corrected Slogans was the first collaboration between Art & Language and The Red Crayola. It was originally released in 1976 and was the first recorded material from The Red Crayola since 1968. upon its release reviews were positive yet oddly assumed the music was ironic. It kick-st...view item »

Terban Te Ban

Feverdreamt is a brand new project, reportedly only starting to make music at the beginning of this year. In that time, Feverdreamt has moved from heavy-heat drones to fully developed songs: vocals and all. Terban Te Ban, the project’s debut, is released as a CD in a handmade sleeve, by Blackjack ...view item »

Liebezeit Mertin

Aksak is the meeting of two mighty percussive minds: Jaki Liebezeit of the literal actual Can, and Holger Mertin of Drums And More. The two roll their pulsing rhythms around one another, Leibezeit working magic with a minimal kit while Mertin...view item »

White Noise Sound
Like A Pyramid Of Fire

Welsh, psychedelic noise makers White Noise Sound have paved their way across the UK and Europe in the company of artists such as Super Furry Animals, The Warlocks, Spectrum, Mark Gardener (Ride) and members of Spacemen 3, Spiritualized and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Their second album ‘Like A Pyramid Of Fire’, produced by DJ Phil...view item »

Black Moon Circle

Black Moon Circle are a three-piece Norwegian "spacerock" style unit, formed by Øyvin Engan (low end/vox) and Vemund Engan (cosmic axe) in 2012. The siblings were once in a local punk band but like many groups before them have found more pleasure in slowing, expanding and no doubt downtuning their oeuvre. Per Andreas Gulbrandsen is the gu...view item »


A live blast of psychedelia from Drugon. Formed by Mani Neumeier from krautrock lifers Guru Guru, Mandog’s Keiichi Miyashita and Takayuki Enomoto, and Makoto Kawabata from Acid Mothers Temple, the set is taken from a performance in Tokyo in 2005. It’s a propulsive work that touches on Guru Guru’s free jazz asso...view item »

Jack Name
Weird Moons

Castleface are putting out this new one from the mercurial Jack Name. At first glance Weird Moons sounds a little darker, or colder, than previously. Fans of label-boss John Dwyer’s music, or John Maus should take note. On CD and vinyl and coming down the highway ...view item »


With music that is more stretched out than the country they come from, Föllakzoid are now back with their third LP. On III, the band tries to focus on creating long and minimal soundscapes, combined with their musical ancestors, which yields a haunting and hypnotizing endresult. Now that's föllaked up....view item »

The Amorphous Androgynous
A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble (Exploding In Your Mind) – The Wizards Of Oz

The fourth installment of this collection of crate-dug cosmic space music from our friends down under. There are a host of treasures, rare and almost unheard. Put together by Gaz Cobain and Brian Dougans and featuring artists they love as well as some they’ve only just discovered. CD from Festival Records....view item »

Death, Decay and Renewal

Gatefold double 12” Vinyl LP. Holding various artists compiled by Chicago based avantgard musician and artist Plastic Crimewave released with London based perfumery Gorilla Perfumes (a new one for me as well). Artists include Werewheels, Cherrystones, Kawabata Makoto, ...view item »

The Silence
The Silence

Founded by three original members of Japanese, eighties, experimental rock band Ghost, The Silence features Okano on drums and percussion, Batoh on guitar and vocals and Ogino taking care of production and arrangement as well as selecting additional members Jan Stigter on bass, Ryuichiro Yoshida on flute and saxophone and himself on organ and pi...view item »

The Chemistry Experiment
Gongs Played By Voice

Pastoral prog from Nottingham-based quintet The Chemistry Experiment. Rather than literally enacting its title, Gongs Played By Voices adheres to the British prog tradition of discussing nature and the seasons with liberal use of fantastical lyrics and surreal storytelling. Actual gongs played by voices would’ve b...view item »

Six Organs of Admittance

Some scuzzed out mutations from Six Organs of Admittance. Hexadic is the new full length from the man that is Ben Chasny. Apparently, he's pioneered some new fangled compositional devices for this one, cause he had to write something heavier than Nick Clegg's woebegone conscience. Chocka with super f...view item »

The Black Angels

The Black Angels are a psychedelic rock band from Austin, Texas. Passover is their debut album. The band describe themselves as playing “Native American drone ‘n’ roll”. This psych-rock classic is available on a limited edition cassette of 1500 hand-numbered copies in a c...view item »


Finnish psych supergroup Atomikyla unites guitarist/vocalist J Vanhanen and bassist T Hietamaki from Oranssi Pazuzu with drummer J Ramanen and guitarist/vocalist V Ajomo from Dark Buddha Rising for a thunderous foray into nightmarish bad trip territory. The quartet take the heaviest elements of both outfits and meld them into a single ...view item »

Electric Moon

German psychedelic rockers Electric Moon present an official CD release of their 2011 album (previously available on CD-R and LP) which takes the listener on a journey through the mind’s eye and deep into the heart of the universe. Engagingly loose and spacious, ‘Inferno’ evokes the sounds and atmospheres ...view item »

Kooba Tercu
Kooba Tercu

Self titled debut album from Kooba Tercu. Consisting of Johnny Tercu and his ‘crew’, they come across as a sort of Greek demented version of Henry Townsend with added distortion. Deeply rooted in the current state of affairs in Athens there’s a distinctive no-future aura around the record. Out on vinyl LP from ...view item »

Julian Cope
Trip Adviser (The Very Best Of Julian Cope 1999-2014)

Julian Cope, he of the infinite interest in all things psychedelic, compiles what he reckons to be his greatest material from the period 1999-2014. Sixteen tracks of Cope! All sorts of madness lies within Trip Advizer (nice title Julian!), which is released on Lord Yatesbury, a spin off...view item »

Pick Sick (Remix) / Self Harm

Plank are a bunch of new lads on the block crafting sweet variants on Krautrock themes. Made up of guitarist and synth player Dave Rowe, bassist Edward Troup and drummer, Jonathon Winbolt-Lewis Plank! are a fantastically metronomic and fiendish tight band. As far as I know this is their debut 7" and it's a fine start. A-side 'Pick Sick (Remix)' ...view item »

Stealing Fire From Heaven

Some brooding psychedelia full of detours into scratchy guitar riffs and some doom metal style vocals. Stealing Fire From Heaven is a dark place to be full of menacing drums, swirling delay and brooding guitar. 11PARANOIAS create an underworld of angst which grasps you tight and won’t let go.   ...view item »

Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart
Providence College, Rhode Island, April 26th 1975

Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart were childhood friends. Both men viewed music from a different perspective than most - twisted, original, musically adept. Beefheart had fallen out with Zappa after Trout Mask Replica was released, Beefheart accusing Zappa of marketing him as a freak. The Pair reunited ...view item »

Sleep Of Monsters
Produces Reason

From the singer of Babylon Whores, Ike Vil, comes this new occult rock album by Sleep of Monsters, rumoured about but only just released in the UK. With Sami Hassinen on guitar, drummer Pätkä Rantala, and keyboard player Janne Immonen alongside Mäiha on bass and guitar mastery from Uula Korhonen. Vinyl and CD....view item »

The Yellow Moon Band
Barehed / Reign

On Yellow vinyl (the good people at Static Caravan don't just throw these things together), having never heard these before for some reason I was expecting this to feature Warp like electronics but no its a 1 minute progressive metal jam. Cream, Led Zep type of thing. Not for me. More to my liking is the B side which is much more tuneful slice o...view item »

Expo '70
July 18, 2004

Tenth anniversary edition of July 18, 2004 by Expo ‘70. Heavily influenced by Kosmiche and the surrounding ambient music, it’s a journey into the potential of guitars and FX. Think the beatless excursions of Popol Vuh and Ash Ra Tempel. Out on Cassette and vinyl LP from Sonic Meditations....view item »

Night Flights
Night Flights Vol: 1

This ambient act have studied the likes of Brian Eno (who liked to write about aeroplanes himself, in his way), Tangerine Dream and Stars of the Lid, making a record of organic and wonderfully dated compositions through synthwork and soundscaping. 'Night Flights Vol. 1' is recommended for all those in need of a spaced out meditation or two -- or...view item »

Sixty Minute Zoom

Here's an all important delivery of spaced-out, sci-fi prog rock for y'all. Zoltan's 'Sixty Minute Zoom' is unapologetic about its synth-soundtracked fictions and geeky narratives, instead folding them into twenty-minute suites based on dystopian novels from the '20s. Electronic prog rock isn't much cooler than middle-class rock band prog r...view item »

Into You

‘Tis the season for re-releases here at Norman Records. Into You comes to you from 1978, with swell guitar licks, dreamy riffs and, despite the fact its been aging for over 30 years, a really fresh feel. Although McKay never intended to go big - they only sold the 300 pressings locally and gave them to friends - t...view item »

Ellis Island Sound

Ellis Island Sound always have to be merging one genre with another, and what results is a musical marriage so preposterous it takes a dude in a suit with a handlebar moustache to pronounce "Well, this is preposterous!" to understand just how preposterous it is. Their last record, 'Regions', was billed as a meeting of Can-inspired krautrock and ...view item »

A Magic Whistle
Secret Museum of Kind Men Vol. 4

A Magic Whistle is Andy Puls and he’s knocked it out of the park again with a pair of belters. Interpreting music from Tajikstan and Georgia - melding banjo and synth, voice and drum. The B-side is heavy on the whistles and pump organ. Best enjoyed loudly with tea and substances on a rainy...view item »

Summer in the Sun

Bradford based odd fuzzy poppers Gurgles return with a brand new cassette on their own Saltaire Recordings (ah Saltaire - nice innit?). It's produced by MJ from the Hookworms and it is limited to just 30 copies. Not only that, I can safely say that it's the only item we have in stock which comes wrapped in a leaf. ...view item »

This Spooky Shit

Spaced-out, electronic rambling from Leeds duo 3eese. Sometimes I worry that in our our age of hyper-availability and exposure there are no more really weird records and then something like this arrives. Modulated cornet playing over John Carpenter-worshipping synths, demonic vocals and drum machines, like some psychedelic mirag...view item »

Jakob Skott
Taurus Rising + Amor Fati

A fresh mango of positivity from Jakob Skott. Taurus Rising + Amor Fati is a double release from this single man project. You need to understand his love of synths, I mean, he's really, really, really into synths - and drums. Lots of major scale madness, sounding like a mix between Neu!, Holy Fuck and Lightning Bolt's m...view item »

Pick a Piper / Squalloscope / Love Cult

A 7” vinyl split, the like-minded Pick a Piper, Squalloscope and Love Cult produce a claustrophobic bedroom ruckus held together by shuffling percussion and icy vocals. The tracks are all diverse, but throughout, organic and electronic textures are jumbled together for a surreal, hazy vibe. Lovely screen-p...view item »

The Great Electric

The Great Electric’s own definition of their sound is something like Neu! If they wore Clarks. They could have been joking, but it’s pretty spot on. Somewhat of a supergroup, the band are made up of members of Hefner, J Xave...view item »

Acid Baby Jesus
Selected Recordings

The Greek psych rock crew have a few more in the vault for y'all with 'Selected Recordings', which collates together all their lost nuggets over the last two years into one neat package. Drenched in all sorts of things to give off a universal distance between the band and their listener, Acid Baby Jesus' music stays up in the sky, with us on the...view item »

The Keys
Ring The Changes

The totally pleasant Keys make psych rock as if it were commissioned by lazy day stoner Mac Demarco himself. 'Ring The Changes' is blissful and easy-going, as evidenced by single "Bad Girls" (which sounds literally nothing like M.I.A.). 'Ring The Changes' doesn't sound all that new, though, its infecting melodies, nostalgic choruses and 60s voca...view item »

Red Kunz
Teeth, Hair & Skin

Interesting-sounding collaboration gathering together the talents of John Sherman and Aaron Beam from heavy-rock heroes Red Fang with Luc Hess and Louis Jucker from noise-rock Swiss types Kunz. Written and recorded in a single beery week, this one is released on Division Records and lands on 18th August. Tracks:...view item »

Conrad Schnitzler

Electronica has a friend in Conrad Schnitzler. The krautrock pioneer has carved out a bit of history for himself being one of the key players in ambient electronic crew Tangerine Dream, and he also played in Kluster with members of the quite bizarre Harmonia. Occasionally, he hid away from the scene to tinker with soe of his own tunes, and 'Grun...view item »

Conrad Schnitzler
Gelb (Bonus Version)

Krautrock's tangerine darling, Conrad Schnitzler, loved to make solo records and then name them after colours, and this was a long time ago, so take that, Weezer. 'Gelb', or yellow to us ignorant Brits, is comprised of recordings from 1974, and shows him out of sorts with a far less disciplined approach -- here, he improvises a bunch of sho...view item »

Ya Ho Wa 13
Savage Sons of Ya Ho Wa

Ya Ho Wa 13 are quintessentially psychedelic. Recorded by members of The Source Family, a far out commune/cult of the type you always imagine when you think of when you picture early 70s cults, only without the enigmatic frontman and spiritual leader Father Yod. Heavily influenced by Neil Young, this is a more conventional recor...view item »

Mark McGuire

Following the release of the critically acclaimed Along the Way, Mark McGuire’s new vinyl ep focuses on the 12-minute title track. Named after clouds that emit light during the night, Noctilucence is inspired by the quiet tension that we all feel on nighttime strolls. Revisit the haunting and elaborate co...view item »

Psych-Funk 103: Sa-Re-Ga! Psychedelic Funk India

A platter of hallucinatory spices from various Indian artists. As a follow up to their other guitar-centric odyssey's, Psych-Funk 103: Sa-Re-Ga! Psychedelic Funk India spans through the 70's until '83. It's full of tripped out guitars, super tight drums and raw vocals and horns. Out on CD from World Psychedelic Funk Classics....view item »

First Contact

Contact are one of those bands who accidentally traded their synthesizers for lazer beams and now have to make do with the gooiest electronic sounds you can possibly hear. Call it sci-fi, call it prog rock; they're making music that makes you think of the waveform. 'First Contact' is their debut and deftly weaves together wonderfully silly melod...view item »


The new single from Stoke on Trent band Psyence is an unhinged, dark, metal-inspired acid trip of a record. It starts off mellow enough, then descends (ascends?) into excellent multicoloured super-noisy mayhem. Groovy yet face melting; Stone Henge meets Donington. Get it now on limited red coloured vinyl, out on Salvation Records. ...view item »

Pink Floyd
The Endless River

Pink Floyd are back with their first studio album in 20 years. It's a predominantly instrumental, ambient affair with only the final track, "Louder Than Words", featuring lyrics, and is in part a tribute to their deceased keyboardist Richard Wright. The double LP doesn't feature Roger Waters, however, because he's too busy doing other stuff.....view item »

Probe 10
There Is a Universe

A pie of fun and bewilderment from Probe 10. There Is a Universe is a trip down into the archives of proggy nonsense, harking back to times most definitely past. It's a mixture of jazz-rock-fusion, funked out horns and inter-planetary synths. It sounds like The Crusaders and Yes doing the score for a sci-fi action thril...view item »

Soon Over Babaluma

'Soon Over Babaluma' was Can's sixth album and its first after the departure of Damo Suzuki. With vocal duties split between Irmin Schmidt and Michael Karoli, 'Soon Over Babaluma' saw the band take a more ambient and spacey direction, albeit with the usual dedication to sheer experimentation and sonic imagination (from the reggae-esque o...view item »

Emerald Web
Whispered Visions

New Age power couple Kat Epple and Bob Stohl named themselves Emerald Web because it sounded cooler than their earth names, and made music on synthesizers to sooth and startle; synth was the centrepiece, but the duo were interested in piling organic instrumentation onto their electronic foundations. 'Whispered Visions' took over three ...view item »

Opal Collection

Opal Collection is the new vinyl LP from Maston. Continuing the current dream-psyche-indie-rock vibes, Opal Collection is akin to the likes of Real Estate and Mac DeMarco. Think guitars drenched in reverb and lyrics brimming with nostalgia, OC will whisk you away to the west coast in the summer time. O...view item »

The Wharves
At Bay

A three-piece who act like a ten-piece, the Wharves make lush psych-rock with plenty of that stuff we like to call fuzz. They've got the same full-bodied vibe contemporary psych acts have been touting, but they also owe a lot to '60s pop and '70s prog, making them a bit new and quite old. 'At Bay' is their debut record. ...view item »

Lola Colt
Away From The Water

London sextet Lola Colt have a debut album here, produced by Bad Seed Jim Sclavunos. They've been making waves with their dramatic psych-droning darkpop sound led by a steel-lunged hippie-rock diva which is a bit Grace Slick, a bit Florence, a bit Siouxsie & the Banshees, a bit PJ Harvey. Their debut single was very impressive so hopefully t...view item »

Kollektion 02: Roedelius Compiled By Lloyd Cole

Hans-Joachim Roedelius was the overlord of Komische act Harmonia, as well as being one of the bandleaders for Krautrockers Cluster. 'Kollektion 02' is a celebration of his work courtesy of mega-fan Lloyd Cole, who hand-picked his favourite Roedelius' synth/organ compositions for all to behold. Get on this, my kraut nerds....view item »


Who's up for some B-sides and loose ends? Hopefully, Cave fans: these kraut-psychers released their colourful new record 'Threace' last year, and they're following it up with a record of unfinished ideas that didn't have anywhere in particular to go. 'Release' brings together tunes that didn't quite fit on anything else the band has cooked up th...view item »

Tropa Macaca

Software venture deep into experimental purism with the co-release of the fourth rekkid from ambient noise makers and all round good lads Tropo Macaca. ‘Ectoplasm’’s opening fifteen minute opus flirts with post-techno concepts and presents an ever evolving looped based experimental wig-out in the vein of early ...view item »

The Bevis Frond

Is the rumour true that Bevis Frond could afford to keep his music career going by a payout he earned after he fell down a hole in the street? Not sure but glad he's around anyway. Once part of the English psych scene that revolved around the excellent magazine Bucketful of Brains, Frond is ripe for rediscovery by the types of kids in thrall to ...view item »

Sterling Roswell
The Call of the Cosmos

Spacemen 3 drummer dude Sterling Roswell joins the crew at Fire Records for his newest solo offering, 'The Call of the Cosmos', which comes full of flying saucers, alien abductions and next generation psychedelia. 'The Call of Cosmos' is guitar pop that goes down a space wormhole, with a surprisingly shiny and ambient vibe sprinkl...view item »

Land Observations
The Grand Tour

The album was recorded on the edge of the Bavarian Alps on just one electric 6-string guitar - exploring the potential of the instrument in relation to layers, rhythm, melody and timbre. The recording process utilised a selection of vintage amplifiers and studio equipment, intentionally enjoying the warmth of analogue tape for assisting ...view item »

Holger Czukay
On The Way To The Peak Of Normal

This is a reissue of the third album by Can’s Holger Czukay. A quick google search reveals to me that he was the one with the moustache. It isn’t exactly a lavish package, but if you are lucky there will be a record included and thats the main thing. It comprises of two lengthy pieces that marry electronics ...view item »

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