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Acid King
Middle of Nowhere, Centre of Everywhere

Acid King make stoner doom that's as old as time -- or, they've been going for two decades now, which is a long time to offer up a reverie of stark metal riffs, crashing drums and fate-deciding chords. Middle Of Nowhere, Centre of Everywhere is an attempt by the band to slowly expand their standard sound ...view item »


Papir
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 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 »


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 »


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Various
German Rock Scene - Clash Of Ages

The German Rock Scene compilation is largely the results of a trawl through the back catalogue of the Bacillus record label, a premium source of back-in-the-day psychedelic prog rock from Germany. The Clash Of Ages aspect of the title comes from disc 2, which complements the archival stuff with modern bands in a similar vein. T...view item »


Jerusalem In My Heart
If He Dies, If If If If If If

Radwan Ghazi Moumneh has had a long relationship with Constellation, Montreal's banner-label for post-rock and any experimental music that grows from its roots. He's produced records for post-punkers Ought and avant-jazz artist Matana Roberts, made albums with folk-warper Eric Chenaux...view item »


Singapore Sling
Psych Fuck

Icelandic group Singapore Sling pin their flag quite firmly to the mask with this title and that sleeve art: Psych Fuck emblazed in giant capital letters. There’s more to this record than a garagey torrent however: the group have a great feel for dark, simmering, Suicide-esque vibes. Out on the Fu...view item »


Lucid Sins
Occultation

Lucid Sins are an old-school leaning hard-rock group, laying down a heavy riff, casting dramatic, mystik vocals over the top and riding it out. There is even a Medusa cover on Occultation. 12” vinyl in a limited edtion of 500 copies, with exclusive sleeve art from excellent author Alasdair...view item »


Indian Jewelry
Doing Easy

Doing Easy is the eighth album by the duo of Indian Jewelry, containing more fine blasts of their trademark style: psych-rock, but informed by the aesthetics of noise. Which is to say, everything is beautifully overcranked into distortion. Edition of 1000 copies on orange vinyl, on Reverberation Appreciation Society....view item »


Sun Dial
Mind Control

Sun Dial here reissue their 2012 album Mind Control, considering that it’s psychedelic strength is too mighty to waste on just one release. Fair enough, it is a pretty wild trip, your usual rock set-up being complemented with violin, mellotron, melodica etc. Two bonus tracks as well! CD on Sulatron....view item »


Gong
Radio Gnome Invisible Trilogy

Following on from the recent reissue of Gong’s classic Camembert Electrique, which was praised for the quality of its sound and repackaging comes Radio Gnome Invisible Trilogy, an equally opulent box set containing three Gong albums: Flying Teapot, Angels Egg and You. Ex...view item »


Frank Zappa
Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison

Reissues afoot of two Frank Zappa albums on Universal. Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison features the typical Zappa-isms, with lots of highly technical guitar and rhythm lines, but also a large amount of very synthetic-sounding synthesisers. The title track is a bizarre suite of semi-ambience. Coloured v...view item »


Vibracathedral Orchestra
Unnatural With Pain-Relief

Yet more essential action from the revived Vibracathedral Orchestra. One side is a beautiful resonant jam (I mean, pretty much all VCO meets that description, but this is extra lovely), and on the other we hear the quartet going full throttle at Cafe Oto with assistance from actual drum demon Chris Corsano. Yes!...view item »


Al Lover
Zodiak Versions

Al Lover is a San Francisco-based producer. In recent times he has been exploring the links between psychedelic music. On Zodiak Versions he combines what he believes to be the two defining styles of underground music: Jamaican dub reggae and ‘70s krautrock. What we have here then, is rumbling dub bass lines and m...view item »


The Telescopes
Splashdown: The Complete Recordings 1990-1992

Early business from The Telescopes. Splashdown compiles all four of their Creation EP’s, a never-before-released theoretical fifth EP, their whole second album, some cover versions from compilations, and a previously unreleased Peel Session! Good lord! This comprehensive package can be yours for a very reasonable ...view item »


Krozier & The Generator
Tranceformer

Tranceformer is a sincerely bizarre record from Geoff Krozier & The Generator. Odd synth patterns spiral around in the background along with other random samples, while Krozier intones strange monologues / commands over the top in his Australian voice. Very rare in its original private-press edition...view item »


Verma
Mul.apin

Psychedelic rock from Chicago. Verma were apparently so inspired by the ancient Babylonian map of the cosmos named the Mul.apin that they used to it guide their compositional process; even if that mainly translates to “make space-rock”. It did also lead them to give double titles to each track here as well t...view item »


Bernd Kistenmacher
Wake Up In The Sun

Bernd Kistenmacher grew up a little too late to roll with the Tangerine Dreams and the Klaus Schulzes of the German electronic music world, but he didn’t let that stop him: he just got hold of the same sorts of analogue synthesisers and got involved, ignoring the digital 80’s world a...view item »


Jess and The Ancient Ones
Second Psychedelic Coming: The Aquarius Tapes

Jess and the Ancient Ones make a surf and metal-tinged psychedelic rock sound and mix it with themes of an occultish nature. The Second Psychedelic Coming: The Aquarius Tapes is the Finnish band’s second full-length album and follows on from 2011’s self-titled debut and 2013’s Astral Sabat EP....view item »


Boogarins
As Plantas Que Curam

Brazilian psych-pop duo Boogarins are new to me but I’m immediately quite taken by this debut album. Apparently Fernando Almeida and Benke Ferraz are school friends from the central Brazilian city of Goiania who took to making bedroom recordings on borrowed equipment, working things out as they went along, and have ended up with a surprisi...view item »


Rodinia
Drumside / Dreamside

Rodinia have put together a wonderful rhythm-fest here for this LP. The two members started off with a jam on a stack of synth equipment, and later on added drums and other instruments. It feels like every aspect of the sound-field is in some way rhythmic, yet also a little ambient in texture. Drumside / Dreamside is release...view item »


Bernd Kistenmacher
Head-visions

Bernd Kistenmacher grew up a little too late to roll with the Tangerine Dreams and the Klaus Schulzes of the German electronic music world, but he didn’t let that stop him: he just got hold of the same sorts of analogue synthesisers and got involved, ignoring the digital 80’s world a...view item »


Hookworms
The Hum

Third album from Leeds-based psychedelic noise band Hookworms. With a new drummer on board, this is a more confident, leaner and meaner offering from the band Julian Cope described as a "...sub-Zabriskie Point ambient road-movie heat haze-o...view item »


Zeus B. Held
Vinyl Collection

Vinyl Collection compiles a stack of material taken from the three solo albums of Zeus B. Held, a German synth-head. With a background in prog, Held’s solo trips are fairly ornate, but there are also disco-like tracks, really weird tracks, and even a Beatles cover! 180g coloured v...view item »


Maserati
Rehumanizer

Maserati are all about that motorik, about the need to drive forwards no matter what the sound. Reuhmanizer mixes krautrock’s classic rhythmic instinct with chugging guitars and other ‘classic rock’ elements. The results are as much of a space fantasy as the one depicted on the cover. Out on Temporary ...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 »


The Velvet Underground
Loaded: Reloaded 45th Anniversary Edition

A comprehensive reissue package of The Velvet Underground’s album Loaded, which has been Reloaded for its 45th anniversary. The record has been remastered in stereo and in mono, and two live shows from the time are also presented. And lots of demoes and rarities. And an audio DVD with different mixes. Tha...view item »


Jean-Claude Vannier
L'Enfant Assassin Des Mouches

Über-rare in original pressing form (and relatively rare by now in its first Finders Keepers reissue edition), L’Enfant Assassin Des Mouches is a cult wonder. Super-fresh sounding French odd-rock / odd-pop from the 1960’s, with the mastermind Jean-Claude Vannier utilising proggish jamming and soaring ch...view item »


The Silence
Hark The Silence

Hark The Silence is the second record by The Silence, a Japanese combo. Following on from their debut, the band have decided to say ‘fuck the songs!’ and delve into weighty instrumental madness as often as possible. They get so into it that the record stretches across 2 LPs. On Drag City....view item »


Fuzz
II

Ty Segall’s proto-metal trio, Fuzz are back with their second album aptly named, Fuzz II. The band are in a musical time warp, ostensibly existing somewhere between 1968 and 1973, a time when guitars were fuzzy, and everything was real heavy. Their eponymous debut was a cracking homage to the rock...view item »


Heaters
Holy Water Pool

The Heaters are keen to let you know that they are big fans of ‘60s surf bands. However, it’s not something you’d necessarily know from their Holy Water Pool album. In parts it is reminiscent of Pink Floyd and any surf influences are heavily wrapped in swirling, epic indie rock. Availa...view item »


The Orange Revival
Futurecent

The Orange Revival make psychedelic, droning blues rock. Futurecent is a slab of acid-soaked fuzz, buzz and thump that recalls The Stooges and Brian Jonestown Massacre. To add more authenticity to their sound Sonic Boom of Spacemen 3 and Spectru...view item »


Trader Horne
Morning Way

Morning Way, the only album ever made by Trader Horne, is considered a major (and majorly unappreciated) example of 1970’s British psychedelic folk. First of all, just look at that cover art! The music is similarly colourful, varied, and wonderfully odd. Reissued by Earth Recordings on CD or red coloured vinyl....view item »


Jimi Hendrix
The Cry Of Love

A repressing of the first Jimi Hendrix record to be released after his death, 'The Cry of Love' shows off the guitarist going deep into his extensive guitar lexicon, performing as if with some sort of prescience of his instrument. The record initially came out in 1971 and was affectionately released by Hendrix's old collaborators: Eddie Kramer a...view item »


MV & EE
Alpine Frequency

Alpine Frequency by MV & EE has been likened to a pair of Neil Young’s patched-up jeans, suggesting that, unlike their previous work, it is a collage of sound. A patchwork quilt of sounds brought together to make a sprawling double LP. They mix psychedelia, appalachian folk and aspects of indi...view item »


Miminokoto
Otomejima No Otome

Miminokoto are a trio with some serious pedigree, bringing together members of Acid Mothers Temple, Astral Travelling Unity and Che-SIZU for a blasted sounding psych-rock trip. These guys know how to do it. Otomejima No Otome is pressed to some very fetching 180g pink a...view item »


Majeure
Termination Shock

‘Termination Shock’ is the third album release from ambient synth composer Majeure (aka Paterra from Zombi). Comprising eight tracks of intimate, minimalistic ambient synth tracks, the record is part new age, part kraut rock with endless textural layers of 90’s/2000’s inspired synths which Paterra describes as his coldest...view item »


Natural Snow Buildings
Terror's Horns

Very exciting times as a brand new Natural Snow Buildings announce a new record on Ba Da Bing! Terror's Horns is a relatively brief excursion for the duo, and is a little less droney than most past efforts. The vocals can recall bleak English folk, but the music is a wonderful, multi-faceted blur. Gorgeous st...view item »


Johnny Kafta Anti-Vegetarian Orchestra
Johnny Kafta Anti-Vegetarian Orchestra

Johnny Kafta Anti-Vegetarian Orchestra is an unusual project name isn't it? I guess Johnny Kafta really hates vegetarians…? Well, whether he does or not, the self-titled album of this group of his expresses strong vibes of free-rock, honed carefully (through improvisation) in the Lebanon. LP on...view item »


Magic Bus
Seven Wonders

Magic Bus have something of a mysticism to them, inherited from 1970's era English folk-rock along with much of their sound. Seven Wonders is taken from their latest album Transmission From Sogmore's Garden, with an exclusive track on the B-side. This 7" single release continues their relationship wi...view item »


Tir na nOg
Ricochet

Tir na nOg are an Irish psychedelic, progressive rock band who have been a bit quiet for 40 years or so.This is a 7” of their new single, Ricochet, from their upcoming album The Dark Dance, their first album in 40 years.It’s a dark, building slice of psychedelia and is backed with a ...view item »


Mueller_Roedelius
Imagori

Mueller_Roedelius are Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Christoph H. Mueller, coming together for the first time to create Imagori. It’s an album of electronic music but it feels intimately hand-crafted. The tunes are deep and warm with some rich piano and lots of percussive flourishes. It’s like electronic...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 »


Krokodil
Sweat and Swim

A rare example of Swiss Kraut-Prog, Krokodil made a few albums prior to Sweat And Swim, their 1973 final effort. This album is a double, and fits a whole lot of hard rocking action into that space, tempered by touches that might be called freaky. The feeling is of a vehicle driving relentlessly forwards...view item »


The Kitchen Cinq
When The Rainbow Disappears: An Anthology 1965-68

The Kitchen Cinq are very much an in-the-known band, beloved by those that know, but generally lurking in the shadows, including behind frontman Lee Hazlewood’s solo career. When The Rainbow Disappears: An Anthology 1965-1968 collects the whole lot of their sparky garage-rock’n’roll, i...view item »


Can
Landed

Following the release of the Can Box, Mute are reissuing all of Can’s albums separately. Landed is Can’s 7th studio album and was originally released in 1975. The album was produced by the band and they utilised a 16-track recorder for the fi...view item »


Herbcraft
Wot Oz

Herbcraft are a psychedelically-inclined group (no shit), and they recorded Wot Oz almost by accident. Originally the session was just a warm-up, but soon it turned out the jammed-out material was too good not to do something with. Sounds like the product of a mind overheated on a hot August afternoon: e.g. it sounds ve...view item »


Sankt Otten / Majeure
Split

Available as either Digipak CD with 3D print or 180gram vinyl in gatefold sleeve with free digital download and 3D print from Denovali. A split record from Majeure (Zombi’s A.E. Pattera) and German duo Sankt Otten. File somewhere between your blade runner soundtrack and ...view item »


TAU
Wirikuta EP

Psychedelic trip-tunes here from TAU, formerly of Dead Skeletons. His EP Wirikuta is deeply inspired by the desert, specifically the deserts of North-West Mexico, where it is implied that he has had some wild experiences. Some of the tracks build on traditional medicine songs, some build that vibe up fr...view item »


Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Batlight Clearkid

Here we have a collection of Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band live recordings dating from the 70’s: premium times for the Captain. John Peel himself compiled the collection that appears on Batlight Clearkid, and the fourteen tracks are presented on 180g yellow vinyl with an array of rare ...view item »


Pridjevi
Pridjevi

Pridjevi are a Croatian crew, formed of three songwriters who have audibly psychedelic interests. Sung entirely in Croatian (good thing too), this self-titled debut is a lovely whirling thing, hypnotising listeners with circular rhythms, acid rock guitars, and a haze of indefinable background sound. On Trouble In Mind....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 »


Gurgles
Gurglefirst?

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 »


Supercluster
Waves



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 »


Raccoo-Oo-Oon
Raccoo-Oo-Oon



Pow Pow
Last Days on Earth

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Niao
Prayer

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 »


Kluster
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 »


Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe
I Declare Nothing

Anton Newcome of The Brian Jonestown Massacre has been working with Tess Parks for a little while, and the collaboration has now borne fruit in the form of I Declare Nothing, ten sprawling tracks of hazy tone, languorous vocals from Parks over Newcombe&...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 »


Various
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 »


Crazy Dreams Band
War Dream

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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
Commiseration

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 »
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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 »


Guapo
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
Runddans

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 »


Santiparro
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 »


Dommengang
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 Bevis Frond
The Auntie Winnie Album

The Auntie Winnie Album was the sixth album to be released by psychedelic rock act The Bevis Frond. Originally released in 1989, it is ripe for rediscovery. The Bevis Frond is essentially Nick Saloman who writes, produces and performs everything with bits of help here and there. He is one of the most un...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 »


Feverdreamt
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 »


Zombi
The Zombi Anthology

Zombi, a duo from Pittsburgh, were hugely influenced by the band Goblin who wrote the score for the original Dawn Of The Dead film. It was also where they got their name, the Italian release of the film being called Zombi. The Zombi Anthology features the multi layered looping of synth, bass an...view item »


Liebezeit Mertin
Aksak

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
Andromeda

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 »


DRUGON
DRAGON

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 »


Follakzoid
III

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 »


Various
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 »


11PARANOIAS
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 »


Allah-Las
Worship The Sun

Last time out Allah La's had nailed that 60's worshipping garage sound but didn't quite have the songwriting to match. That record sounded totally beautiful though and its a shame to read the studio they used has closed. Still, 'Worship The Sun' still has that authentic West Coast sound that references The Byrds, Love and The Animals and will si...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 »


Blank Realm
Go Easy

From Australia but by the Pere Ubu-style noise quirk you may think that they’d emerged from an industrial US city, Cleveland or Detroit for example. On ‘Cleaning Up My Mess’ (a dirty job but someones got to do it) there is a mass of ...view item »


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