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Lumerians
Call Of The Void

The Void has clearly called up Lumerians and just told ‘em to keep on doing what they’re doing, man. The Californian space-rockers have heeded said Call Of The Void...view item »

The Heads
Rkt!

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

Various
The Rough Guide to Cambodian Psychedelia

This compilation, put together by the people behind the Rough Guide travel series, focuses on new Cambodian sounds of the '60s and '70s. Synthesising the American psych-rock so popular in the era with native musics and songwriting styles, these ten tracks are a window into an exciting time for the nation's music. Now they have b...view item »

Various
The Self Preservation Society

Throwback artisans ECC Records have spent three years curating this compilation. They’ve taken standards from The Best Era For Music - ‘Sunshine Of Your Love’, ‘White Rabbit’, ‘Kashmir’ and so forth - and got a load of young pretenders to ‘update them’, so to speak. The resul...view item »

Carl Weingarten
Living In The Distant Present

Carl Weingarten is a long underrated ambient slide guitarist. Hopefully, this reissue of his 1985 album, Living in The Distant Present, can change that. His music is deeply meditative, and will be comfortingly familiar to fans of new age music. Most impressively, Weingarten manages to find the ambient ...view item »

Negro
Clase media

Valencia’s Fernando Junquera, performing as Negro, is a solo guitarist whose mastery of his instrument allows his music to smoothly encompass a world of sounds, from American primitive to ...view item »

Benny Trokan
Gone / Turn Back You Fool

Gone/Turn Back is Benny Trokan’s first solo outing. He has previously played bass with The Jay Vons, Reigning Sound and Lee Field’s Expressions. Here he offers up two songs, one an electric twelve-string led west coast psych strummer and one that’s is more diff...view item »

Funkadelic
Finest

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

Goblin
Tenebrae

The cinephiles at Waxwork hop on the Goblin reissue train. This soundtrack to Dario Argento’s 1982 Giallo classic Tenebrae was composed by three core members of the group (Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli, and Massimo Morante). It’s a fun mix of ghoulish Italo disco, camp...view item »

Various
Nuggets: The Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968 (40th Anniversary Edition)

Lenny Kaye’s comp of 60s psych and garage singles originally appeared in 1972, and if anything has grown in importance as an overview of a well-defined golden era, when a sense of possibility abounded, and before everything got slick and serious. The 13th Floor Elevators, The Electric Prunes...view item »

Hedvig Mollestad Trio
Evil In Oslo

Hedvig Mollestad Trio are led by Hedvig Mollestad (surprise surprise), who is properly trained in jazz music: here though, she leads her trio into darkly funky territory that is more influenced by heavy psychedelic rock, somewhere her gnarly guitar chops sit very comfortably. Evil In Oslo is a live docu...view item »

O’Seis
Suicida / Apocalipse

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

Tangerine Dream
Quantum Key

Pushing through a curtain of archival reissues, here comes brand new work from the legendary synth-lords Tangerine Dream! The current, post-Froese line-up of the band have worked up some suitably epic and soulful electronic odysseys that should more than ...view item »

OHHMS
Exist

OOHMS are here with their second album which should be a right favourite in our office.  They make heavy heavy prog with nods way back to the '70s likes of Pink Floyd and the Soft Machine and the more bang up to date the Mars Volta. Tin hat time for those too fainthearted f...view item »

Pink Floyd
A Foot In The Door (The Best Of Pink Floyd)

A rather strange 'best of' Pink Floyd that veers around their career including all their big hits and classic songs and a few lesser known album tracks as well. This has been long out of print and has now been remastered 2018 style. If you are at all curious as to what the fuss was about then this is a good place to quickly get ...view item »

Koolaid (Holy Sunshine!)
Koolaid (Holy Sunshine!)

Koolaid (Holy Sunshine!) by Koolaid (Holy Sunshine!) (some may know them as Koolaid, others may know them as Holy Sunshine!) is your true hippie go-to should you wish to relive your younger days as a progressive peace promoter. This record is available on vinyl LP and CD, and is released on K.Ultrax. ...view item »

Ulver
Shadows Of The Sun

Norse experimentalists Ulver rose to prominence as one of the most significant founding black metal acts of Scandinavia, before compounding their sound into traditional folk and industrial metal. With Shadows of the Sun, they were reincarnated as the electronica act they're now known as ...view item »

Crimen
Silent Animals

The latest freaky tome to be released by Fuzz Club is the debut LP by Italian trio Crimen. Despite Silent Animals be...view item »

Ultra Satan
Freedom Rock / Anti-Clock

Gothenburg’s Höga Nord Rekords (Andrew Weatherall, Dungeon Acid) drop their second 7” by Ultra Satan. The follow-up to ‘USA’/‘USB’ sees the maverick artist streamline his approach without losing any of his potency. It’s still cosmic...view item »

Hanterhir
The Saving Of Cadan

Hanterhir is by all accounts a massive project of musicians, oddballs and hangers-on, who hung out together in the deep Cornish countryside to make this outsized record. The Saving Of Cadan was a mammoth undertaking which brings together strands of freak rock, post-punk, hip-hop, electronica, psych-folk and more in the ...view item »

The Butterfield Blues Band
East-West

Paul Butterfield put the blues into blues harp. In the ‘60s, if you wanted harmonica-led blues music, then you listened to The Butterfield Blues Band. The US combo first made their mark in 1963, but it was their 1966 LP East-West that really caught people’s ears. The band featured guitarist M...view item »

The Book Of AM
Part V: Night

The Book Of AM is a project begun in 1977 with esoteric philosophical intentions, and featuring words and sounds from around the world and across hundreds of years. Part V, representing Night, for some reason was not completed and never appeared with the rest of the collection, but this crack team, using overdubs and additional...view item »

Dead Meadow
Howls From The Hills

2001 album by Dead Meadow, a psychedelic-stoner crew out of Washington D.C. Moving with the slow, determined focus that this music demands, the Meadow manage to be tight whilst sounding loose on Howls From The Hills, and it is certainly possible to sink deep into their jams. First ever vinyl release for...view item »

Cosmic Invention
Help Your Satori Mind

Masaki Batoh was more than a decade deep into his time with Ghost when he formed Cosmic Invention. Intended as a fun and carefree endeavour to contrast with the intensity of his commitments with Ghost, Batoh and his group made one LP, 1997’s Help Your Satori Mind. More than twenty...view item »

Goblin
Tenebre

While not technically a proper Goblin release this is by far my favourite Argento collaboration. Gone are the somewhat tasteless prog freak outs that Goblin usually produce in conjunction with Argento's movies. Here they instead serve up a heady mix of synth, disco and rock (with a small slice of proggy arrangements ...view item »

Kano
Runes

The first thing to say about this is that it’s not by the grime legend Kano. In fact, Runes is about as far away from ‘P’s And Q’s’ as it’s possible to get. Originally released in 1986 under the names of both Kano and Don Campbell - again, nothing to do with the Lover...view item »

Various
Static Fruit

Fruits de Mer and Static Caravan are two boutique labels with long-term vision and a deep engagement with their chosen fields of music. Here they share wax for the first time, each putting forward two acts: Art Of The Memory Palace and Cheval Sombre from the Caravan, Jack Ellister and Th...view item »

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

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

Earth Girl Helen Brown
Four Satellites Vol. 1

Four Satellites comprises of selected tracks from Earth Girl Helen Brown’s four EPs released through Empty Cellar Records through 2017 and 2018, each one named and themed by the planets Mars, Saturn, Venus...view item »

Us and Them
When I Was Walking

Having put out a lilting psychish-folkish album with Mega Dodo Records in 2015, Swedish duo Us and Them return to the label with a lilting psychish-folkish double-A. I’m going to take a punt and guess that they’ve lifted their name from the Pink Floyd song. 7”. Sleeves are hand-numbered so it&r...view item »

Thousand Foot Whale Claw
Black Hole Party

While it may be based in the heart of Texas, there’s neither much yee- nor -haw! to the releases of Holodeck Records. Indeed, the Austin label tends towards 80s-flavoured techno and synthwave tracks from the likes of Marie Davidson and S U R V I V E. They stick to their g...view item »

Blacklab
Under The Strawberry Moon

Winners of my favourite album art for the year, please say hello to Blacklab, an Osaka local band who make barely decipherable evil. With a few of the layers in their musical trifle consisting of fuzzy texture, they top everything off with a big helping of doom. The lo-fi production and noisy carelessness that sums up ...view item »

The Red Krayola
Parable Of Arable Land

Ye olde psych-rockers Red Crayola played the loosest, most free-form version of their genre possible, letting each of their instruments stray far from one another and allowing their rhythms to interlock only in crucial moments. 'Parable of Arable Land' was originally released in 1967 but is getting a reissue from Charly records, and offers ...view item »

Icarus Peel’s Acid Reign
The Window On The Side Of Your Head

Icarus Peel’s Acid Reign take their cues from classic rock trios such as Cream, The Groundhogs, The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Taste. Icarus Peel himself felt that a different home was needed, away from his band The Honey Pot and his coll...view item »

Hontatedori
Konata Kanata

Hontatedori is comprised of Tokyo-based musical trio Taku Unami, Moé Kamura and Tetuzi Akiyama. Although certainly recognised as individual performers of some stature, ‘Konata Kanata’ is nevertheless their sophomore album following 2013's self-ti...view item »

Jackie-O Motherfucker
Bloom

Tom Greenwood and Michael Whitaker, the constant that Jackie-O Mothetfucker revolves around take their time over things these days. Both living in rural corners of California, the pair made their first album in seven years, Bloom slowly. It took three years to record, with Greenwood and Whitaker assembling a cast of new musician...view item »

Slipstream
Maybe the Day Will Come / Like No Other

Slipstream are a spin-off from Spacemen 3 and Spiritualized’s mid-90’s line-up, and to this day they continue to keep the flame of that particular brand of psychedelic rock music burning. Maybe The Day Will Come / Like No Other is a double A-side single that offers tantalisi...view item »

Soft Candy
Bixarre Luv Pyramids

Soft Candy get strong comparisons to the likes of The Byrds, White Fence, and The Zombies, but I would definitely chuck The Beatles in there as well. Delicately crafted, and deeply psychedelic baroque pop, warbling vocal leads and group chanting over a bed of th...view item »

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Electric Ladyland

Hendrix on 180 gram! Yes, you heard correctly. This double LP vinyl package has been lovingly put together by the Voodoo Chile's down at Legacy. You don't want to get stuck in Cross Town Traffic and miss this one. You don't need even need to go All Along The Watch Tower, but you do need to snap it up quickly. It's Jimi...view item »

Dead Moon
Strange Pray Tell

This is great. Considering the low fidelity and the loose arrangements, the quality of the songwriting is amazing. This is what X could have been like if that meddling Manzarek hadn't taught them how to play "Soul Kitchen". Listening to it in the car today, one of my friends asked to hear "Play With Fire" a second time. He also quite likes NOFX ...view item »

Weeed
This

Now This is more like it. Portland’s Weeed return with another dispatch of long-form Black Sabbath worship. Four lengthy jams on this LP which combine all manner of stonerisms - psych, Kraut, noise, metal, even a little gnawa - without ever bringing things on too heavy. Plenty of fun to be had her...view item »

Big Blood
Operate Spaceship Earth Properly

Psych/folk crackpots Big Blood return with Operate Spaceship Earth Properly. Thematically it explores science fact and fiction, and the blurring in between. Imagine the ‘70s acid folk of Comus combined with some heavy riffage, then send that to planet weirdo and you’re part way there. LP on Feeding T...view item »

You Said Strange
Salvation Prayer

We didn’t actually, but that’s fine. You Said Strange, the newest paid-up members of the Fuzz Club, cut their debut LP with Dandy Warhol Peter Holmström after the bands toured together back in 2015. No prizes for guessing who Salvation Prayer sounds like. Fortunately fo...view item »

Sleepy Sun
Marina

Its not the best first impression when you are handed a copy of a record with the words "you'll hate this" but despite initial concerns for my sanity I don't mind the first half of this. Its sweet stoner rock if such a thing can exist with churning riffs and good male/female vocals recalling some kind of 70's hippy haven that probably never exis...view item »

The Rolling Stones
Their Satanic Majesties Request - 50th Anniversary Edition

Following the hullabaloo about the 50th Anniversary edition of the Beatles 'Sgt Pepper's...' we now get a bespoke four disc re-vamp of their great rivals the Rolling Stones similarly ambitious Their Satanic Majesties Request. This was the album in which they experimented with psychedelia, sound effects ...view item »

Bart De Paepe
Pagus Wasiae

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

Heroin In Tahiti
Casilina Tapes 2010 | 2017

Hailing from Rome, cult duo Heroin in Tahiti fuse analogue synths, garage-y guitars and skittering drum machines to gloriously lo-fi effect. This collection of previously unreleased tracks covers material recorded in their studio from a 7-year period. Their unique psychedelic vision touches on everything from beat poetry, house ...view item »

Sun Araw
Guarda In Alto (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Sun Araw, king of the deep-space psych-dub herbal drone, turns his lysergic attentions to the film Guarda In Alto, a parallel-universe fantasia directed by Fulvio Risuleo. Here we get large dose of avant-house and computer music as well as our usually scheduled Araw programming, with gr...view item »

The Doors
The Doors

There’s so much to be said of The Doors but the only words truly worth listening to are those that the band recorded to wax and there cannot be any better starting point than their eponymous debut album. An electrifying LP with heavy hitters such as Break on Through (To The Other Side) and Soul Kit...view item »

MV & EE
Alpha Lyrae

Psychedelic couple Matt Valentine and Erika Elder make up MV & EE. Together they blur their guitars together to make a rather free-form slice of New Weird America. 'Alpha Lyrae' has shades of acts like the No Neck Blues band, created from a cacophony of folk and noise that rarely becomes clear, though it's sometimes laid back and easier...view item »

The Heads
Enten-Eller

Heavy psychedelic gang The Heads just barely released these recordings back in 2012, as a limited CDr edition. But all agree that the sounds on Enten-Eller were worth wider documentation, so here is a vinyl edition on Rooster! Dating from a 2005 rehearsal gig (with an audience of 3) and a 2010 practice session, these ja...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Groove Is In The Heart

While you wait for the forthcoming Brian Jonestown Massacre album Don’t Get Lost to drop, you can enjoy this tantalising preview single. Groove Is In The Heart is a psychedelic swagger of a track, featuring vocals from bot...view item »

Evil Blizzard
Everybody Come To Church

Evil Blizzard recorded this latest missive straight down the line in one studio day. The group specialise in totally fried psychedelic space-rock, with particular emphasis on the low-end, as they have four bass players (they are also known for their masks and baby-head-theremins, but you can’t see those on record). Eve...view item »

Dungen & Woods
Myths 003

Marfa Myths is a festival in Texas curated by the Mexican Summer label. There you will find all you’d expect from a festival in terms of bands playing live and such, but there are also some special events. One of those events is a recording residency. In 2017,  Swedish psych rockers Dungen collaborated with Brooklyn&r...view item »

Lion
You’ve Got A Woman

You’ve Got A Woman by Lion was revived in early 2017 when Chicago indie band Whitney plucked it from obscurity and covered it. This version, the original, was released in 1975. Lion feature two major players in the world of ‘70s Dutch prog rock - Peter De Leeuwe, the drummer from ...view item »

The Goa Express
Goa / Kiss Me

Toot toot! All aboard The Goa Express! Now leaving for Sixtiesrevivalville, USA.   Actually, they’re not from the USA. They’re from Burnley. Reminds me of that Arctic Monkeys song about Rotherham. Anyway, if you like your tubs thumping, your guitars fuzzing and your drawls drawling then you&rsquo...view item »

Three Dimensional Tanx
A Compulsion For Propulsion

Favoured by the Spacemen 3 and one-time backers of Damo Suzuki, Lancastrian group Three Dimensional Tanx clearly know their onions when it come to ...view item »

White Manna
Pan

White Manna are fuzzing out again! Time to dive into Pan, their newest record, filled with distorted psych rock. Mixed by Phil Manley, the album is packed with raw energy. Cruise through the ancient forest of Northern California while sounds distort into colors and light. Released on vinyl in a bunch of...view item »

TOMAGA
Memory In Vivo Exposure

Tomaga's new material sees a deepening of their signature rhythmic atmosphere, opening in a chiming hypnosis reminiscent of traditional Balinese gamelan. Stripped back, metallic percussion and subtle musicality follows and makes up the album's bulk, ending in a near ambient, contemplative atmosphere....view item »

Frank Zappa
Chunga's Revenge

A typically straight-laced affair from Frank Zappa here. First pressed in 1970, Chunga’s Revenge marks the beardy weirdy’s first album with a Mothers Of Invention lineup that included former Turtles Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman. Musically it’s &hellip...view item »

Three Dimensional Tanx
Three Dimensional Tanx

It's reached that point in the week where I'm running out of time and still have a handful of reviews to squeeze out before the update, so you'll have to excuse the rushed nature of these next few. Three Dimensional Tanx play a kind of neon psychedelic power pop with really bright, clear tones, loads of indulgent wah guitar and often a kind of m...view item »

Holy Motors
Sleeprydr

Holy Motors are a band specialising in atmospheric songs that just sound cinematic and cool: Sleeprydr has twangy guitars and smoky vocals and an all-round atmosphere of film noir cool. It’s pretty great going for what is only the band’s second single: roll on their forthcoming debut album! 7” on Wharf...view item »

Culto Al Qondor
Templos

After a brief stint in the mid-2000s under the name Qondor, members of Peruvian psych-rock groups La Ira de Dios and Serpentina Satelite reform as Culto al Qondor and drop an LP on Drone Rock Records (GNOB, Stupid Cosmonaut). ...view item »

Goat
Goatfuzz / Goatfizz

A special edit of Goatfuzz, a key track from recent album Requiem, here specially tooled for maximum effect as a single and paired with a new and exclusive number called Goatfizz. Which makes for a very appealingly titled 7” altogether. Goat are as madcap as every here, so jump on board! Vinyl on...view item »

Alex Puddu
The Mark of the Devil

This is the third and last of the Trilogy cult composer Alex Puddu concocted with Italian vocalist Edda Dell'orso. This is a dark and lustful (ooph!) walk through prog rock, psych blues and what is described as dope-groove.. This showcases Puddu at his most experimental and is a must for fans of '60s/'70s soundtracks.  ...view item »

Expo '70
America Here & Now Sessions

This rare line-up of Expo ‘70 features two drummers, which instantly makes it twice as good. The America Hear & Now Sessions captures all that was recorded by this particular version of the band: a flare-up of deep jamming for fans of thickly-textured psychedelia. 300 copies, split over a black vinyl / red pac...view item »

RF Shannon
Trickster Blues

The 2017 debut LP from RF Shannon gets a UK release via Fuzz Club (Sonic Jesus, The Underground Youth). Band leader Shane Renfro has come up with eight evocative psych-pop cuts for Trickster Blues which will appeal to those of a Tame Impala/...view item »

Motorpsycho
Roadwork Vol. 3

Roadwork Vol.3 by Norwegian psychedelic prog rockers, Motorpsycho captures the band stretching themselves to magnificent lengths, adding improvisation to create fantastic versions of classics such as Hogwash and STG. The material was recorded at Amsterdam’s Paradiso Club in 2002 and was prev...view item »

Motorpsycho
Roadwork Vol. 5

Roadwork Vol.5 by Motorpsycho was recorded on the road in 2017 and features new drummer Tomas Järmyr and multi-instrumentalist Kristoffer Lo. Like previous volumes in the Roadwork series, Vol.5 showcases the band’s experimental and improvisational side. Lo’s addition to the line-u...view item »

The Valkarys
Since I Was Fifteen

The Valkarys are part of an ever-growing quantity of psyched-up garagey rock bands, a style they do very well at. But what is more individual about them is their audible fondness for the sounds and styles of desert-USA as imagined by Westerns. This is what gives the Since I Was Fifteen EP a real flavour of its own. 10&r...view item »

The Junkyard Liberty
Chains

Due for release on Friday 11th November, debut LP “Chains” comes in the form of a very limited edition transparent blood red vinyl. Released, aptly, into a political landscape of upheaval and unrest, “Chains”, with its provocative slant, is set to strike a chord with people the world over. The ten tracks, whose retro riff...view item »

Blown Out
Sun Rot

Blown Out fans, here’s a chance to reacquaint yourselves with the band’s origins: Sun Rot, their first ever release, is now getting a vinyl reissue, four years and three sold-out cassette runs since ...view item »

Al Cisneros
Ark Procession / Jericho

Al Cisneros is of course best known for his work as singer and vocalist in stoner rock legends Sleep and Om, but lately he’s been going it alone with some dubby post-industrial dark ambient type sounds. That’s very much what you’re getting on...view item »

Ray Barbee
Tiara For Computer

The Tiara For Computer, the latest LP from Ray Barbee, we find the skater, photographer and most importantly (for our purposes) musician playing around with synths. Along with a band including John Herndon (Tortoise) Barbee has created a weird, fun record that skirts between instrumenta...view item »

King Crimson
Discipline

Discipline was King Crimson’s eighth album. It was originally released in 1981 following a baron seven year stretch from the band. Guitar noodler extraordinaire, Robert Fripp was the only original member left by this point, however, former Yes drummer, Bill Bruford remaine...view item »

Heldon
Heldon IV

Presumably the fourth Heldon album, also known as Agneta Nilsson. First released in 1976, this chunky bit of French psychedelic rock has been reissued by Bureau B. The band dart between synth-jams, gentle ambience, and genuine guitar led freak outs. Not sure what's going on on the albu...view item »

Heldon
Third

The third album from French psychedelic rockers, Heldon reissued by Bureau B. Here you'll find two discs (CD or vinyl) of long, dark jams, all heavy on the guitar and synth. On the album Heldon ringleader Richard Pinhas is quoted as saying "dark is not nega...view item »

Triptides
Visitors

Freaky-deaky LA group Triptides drop their sixth LP via the nice French imprint Requiem Pour Un Twister. They're not reinventing the wheel, Triptides they do offer up a way with melody, harmony and songc...view item »

The 4th Movement
The 4th Movement

The recent revival of interest in 1970s Detroit proto-punk trio Death has lead to a re-release for an album the brothers Hackney made under the name The 4th Movement. Originally self-distributed in 1980, The 4th Movement sees the group retain the fuzzed hard-rock sound of Death but narrow their lyrical ...view item »

Wargirl
Arbolita

New Cali group Wargirl debut with an impressive five-track EP. Arbolita is a tremendous New-Wave record that blends a classic punk energy with dub, Motown, disco, psych-roc...view item »

Various
(The Microcosm): Visionary Music of Continental Europe, 1970-1986

Acting as a sequel to Light in the Attic’s I Am The Center, The Microcosm delves further into experimental new age electronic compositions from the 70s and 80s. Mapping a peaceful yet strange world between prog, psych and ambient electronica. With pieces from Vangelis, Roedelius, ...view item »

Lay Llamas
Thuban

Rocket darlings Lay Llamas continue to travel the planets in search of the grooviest freaksters baby. Thuban is a little more grounded, finding earthly rhythms from all over to celebrate and experiment with, doing the usual psychedelic hypnosis with a spoken word feature from the Pop Group...view item »

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Gumboot Soup

Clogging up pressing plants everywhere once again are King Gizzard. Their last one came on so many formats that we almost had a nervous breakdown so we are pleased that this comes on just two. Orange vinyl or CD. Simples. Expect more enthusiastically diverse psych rock from the band who never know when to stop. ...view item »

Landing
Bells In New Towns

Landing have been at it for twenty years but 'Bells in New Towns' proves that they are still as strong as ever. They play a textured form of post rock, motorik kraut and blissed out shoegaze that is lush and shimmering bringing to mind other long running US outfits such as Yo La Tengo and Bardo Pond...view item »

Monster Magnet
Mindfucker

New Jersey rockers Monster Magnet are back in demure form as ever, with their family-friendly tenth album 'Mindfucker'. Jokes, obvs. This record is as savage and raw as you'd expect from the stoner-rock five-piece, with seductive splices of proto-punk, neckbreaking guitar riffs and psych-laced solos....view item »

Various
Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973

This Light In The Attic compilation looks rather fantastic, historicising folk music from the tail-end of 1960s Japan. Cited as a period of growing political and cultural action amongst the country's younger demographic, Even A Tree Can Shed Tears arguably acts as a retrospective to music that was at its time unprecedented, wi...view item »

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
I'm In Your Mind Fuzz

The psych rock well is running dry at this point so there's only a limited amount of names albums in the genre can have: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have opted to just add the word "fuzz" to the end of any sentence -- their newest effort, I'm In Your Mind Fuzz', might cause a squiggly green line in Microsoft Word, but is actually anothe...view item »

Bitchin Bajas
Bajas Fresh

Bitchin Bajas centre around guitarist and organist Cooper Crain, also of Chicago Psych/drone band Cave. In the 4 years since their last album, they have released collaborative efforts with Natural Information Society, Olivia Wyatt and Bonnie ‘Princ...view item »

Om
Advaitic Songs

Fuck. I love Om! I saw them play live at Supersonic a while back with our Ant and they blew both of our faces right off. They were totally the highlight of the festival and even though we were picking up face scrapings for the rest of the night I wouldn’t have changed a thing. Pilgr...view item »

The Ruby Suns
Sprite Fountain

New Zealander Ryan McPhun who basically is the Ruby Suns takes this sound and runs with it even into the sort of dark places Dirty Projectors fear to tread. The sort of clever clogs pop music that may well appeal to ambitious fans of Field Music.  ...view item »

Can
The Singles

Spanning the entirety of their hugely influential career, Mute have put all of Can’s singles into one place. A lot of these tracks haven’t been made available since their original individual releases. From the obscure to the surprisingly accessible, this collection is great for newcomers and diehard fans alike. On tr...view item »

Boris
Pink - Deluxe Edition

OK onto Boris who has a new album out on that fun Southern Lord album. So we were listening to this the other day and it mightily rocks indeed. It's much more melodic than I thought it would be and it sounds like a direct mash up of The Stooges, Melvins and My Bloody Valentine (again). If you want some decent ro...view item »

FEWS
Means

This debut release from FEWS borrows the structures and experiments of post-punk, but replaces any brooding seriousness with a playful melodic sensibility. Means, on the Play It Again Sam label, is ten tracks of bold, exuberant and psychedelic guitar music made for both dancing and headphone app...view item »

Harmonia
Documents 1975

Unfortunately (and inadvertently) timed to coincide with the death of core member Dieter Moebius, here is a set of previously unreleased recordings by Harmonia. Documents 1975 has live and studio tracks never before heard by the komische-loving public, all bounced down to cassette tape. On Grönland...view item »

Harmonia
Musik Von Harmonia

Always good to have these German jewels in print. Gronland are reissuing the first two Harmonia studio albums, to the joy of all. The 1970’s group combined Cluster with Micheal Rother of Neu!: three professionals in the art of ascending to higher musical planes through shi...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 »

The Horrors
Skying

One of the more interesting musical developments in recent memory was The Horrors' transformation from a hopeless mess of hair to the machine that produced the sporadically brilliant future shoegaze of 'Primary Colours'. This, surely their most anticipated album, opens in worrying style with the Psychedelic Furs-m...view item »

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