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Heron Oblivion
Heron Oblivion

Heron Oblivion are a new group, assembled from members of a remarkable selection of bands: Comets On Fire, Howlin’ Rain and Six Organs Of Admittance are all represented, and Meg Baird leads the proceedings. This self-titled debut has a classic 60’s p...view item »

Neutral Milk Hotel
In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

The damn near-mythologised second album from Neutral Milk Hotel. Idiosyncratic stuff from 1998. Whether you’re die-hard for this one or rediscovering, let Jeff Mangum sing to you about semen-stained mountaintops and Jesus Christ between those stellar brass sections. Reissued on Domino on LP or CD....view item »

Various
The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 5

Those of you who still want to join the Fuzz Club get another chance with their fifth edition of Riffslemania, aka The Reverb Conspiracy Volume Five. Like the previous four, this is full of blown-up, fuzzed-up, bunged-up, backed-up, f*cked-up psych/garage/kraut riffery. The vinyl are a nice colour. One for the frea...view item »

Drums Off Chaos
Centre

The late Jaki Liebezeit is of course best known as the innovative and influential drummer of Can. In recent years he often discussed his self-styled binary theory of rhythm, put into practice on this percussion-only EP with the help of three other drummers. The style conveys echoes of various African, Asian and ...view item »

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Paper Mâché Dream Balloon

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

Black Lizard
Celebration Of A New Dawn

Celebration Of A New Dawn is the third album by self-proclaimed leading Finnish garage rock band Black Lizard. They’ve made what could be their best record yet, taking the best psych rock bits from the Nuggets compilations and ‘90s shoegaze as their influences to make an album relevant for today. LP on Fuzz Club....view item »

The Doozer
Figurines

Fraggle Rock connoisseur The Doozer (real name Anonymous Bearded Cambridgian) is ready with a sixth album on limited press with Feeding Tube Records. Figurines continues a trend of affable, feathery psych-pop with the same sort of twee, quotidian whimsy as Syd Barrett - his voice actually sound...view item »

Green Druid
Ashen Blood

The Earache label are rightly proud of having brought the sound of Sleep to the world and now they seem equally excited to be releasing Ashen Blood, the debut album by Denver, Colorado doom merchants Green Druid. The riffs are heavy and slow and the lyrics take their influence from HP Lovecraft’s horror no...view item »

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Quarters

King Gizzard return hot off the heels of their very overtly, if exceedingly awkwardly titled record I'm In Your Mind Fuzz. Quarters offers more of the same listless, meandering psych rock from the masters of the much travelled genre, with four songs that hit ten minutes and ten seconds apiece. A...view item »

Alvarius B / Sir Richard Bishop
Strange Fruit

Unrock here issue a very special record indeed, pairing Sun City Girls' Alan and Richard Bishop on a split 10". These figures need no introduction given their work within the celebrated avant-psych outfit in which they made their names. This release holds extra significance though, celebrating 2...view item »

Soft Hearted Scientists
Take Time To Wonder In A Whirling World

Some bug-eyed psych-folk from Wales here. Originally released in 2007, Soft Hearted Scientists’s Take Time To Wonder In A Whirling World gets a timely reissue by You Are The Cosmos. The recent rise of Richard Dawson may owe something to this album, though SHS’s brand of Brit...view item »

Spiny Normen
Spiny Normen

Never before released, it’s about time the mid-1970s LP Spiny Normen by heavy Houston psych-fuzzers Spiny Normen finally met contemporary UK mail-order record shop Norman Records by Norman Records. Recorded in a technical college, these eight tunes span hard rock, Jethro Tull-esque flute ...view item »

Carlton Melton
Mind Minerals

These psych freaks are named like a solo artist but make their noise as a bunch of plural. In 2015 they released arguably their most expansive record yet, a noodling monolith of tight rhythms and paths less travelled. They follow it up with Mind Minerals, an attempt at upgrading artistic impressions of futurism that's proudly label...view item »

Octopus
Supernatural Alliance

Octopus are a heavy psych rock band from Detroit and are not to be confused with several other bands from the annals of musical history with the same name. They are helmed by former Electric Six guitarist J Frezzato. Their intention is not just to peek inside the doors of perception, but to blow them wide open a...view item »

Holy Motors
Slow Sundown

Are there enough dreamgaze bands with warped vocals to guide you through an everlasting half-sleep? Quoting Estonian reverb-junkies Holy Motors: never! Their debut album Slow Sundown is packed with dizzying guitars and gentle infinite soundscapes. It features their three singles, which have been zooming across the hip a...view item »

Pink Floyd
The Final Cut

The Pink Floyd vinyl reissuing machine rolls around to two of the group’s latter day albums, thus completing the roster. The Final Cut is their 1983 twelfth album, and their last one with Roger Waters. It features lots of Waters’ Falklands-related anti-war anger, giving a bi...view item »

Majeure
Timespan Redux

Oh the things you can do with an armful of analogue synths and a drum kit... ZOMBI's A.E. Paterra comes at us with an epic, relentless journey through the cosmos. And a very groovy cosmos it is. Psychedelic in intention, kraut in execution, deep space soundtrack in spirit, and all the better for it....view item »

Demian Castellanos
The KYVU Tapes Volume II

Cardinal Fuzz front this selection of exploratory ambiences by The Oscillation driving-force Demian Castellanos. The KYVU Tapes Volume II collects tracks Castellanos put to tape in the 90s and sees him setting aside the formal constraints of his main group. Entries like ‘Shimmer&r...view item »

MGMT
Congratulations

Lauded as the true heirs to Flaming Lips' majestic widescreen psychedelic pop throne (I'd like to see what that physically manifested itself as, can someone do me a drawing?), these guys put me off by dressing like berks and having some woeful R1 DJ voicing adverts for their last "opus" late at night whilst I was trying to watch something...view item »

Motorpsycho
The Tower

This is the first Motorpsycho album since the departure of drummer Kenneth Kapstad but as usual the long running group have used this departure to their advantage and here explore further new areas ranging from brutal stoner rock to shorter and more reflective material. Once again Motorpsycho survive a line up change to pro...view item »

Elephant9
Greatest Show On Earth

'Greatest' as in 'worst' but only if you don't like prog/jazz explorations with lashings of Keith Emerson style organ playing.  Elephant 9 certainly have 'chops'. They have been voted one of the best live acts in Norway and transcend jazz and rock with their wild improvisational playing. RIYL people playing...view item »

JuJu
Our Mother Was A Plant

Hot on the heels of their 2016 debut LP, Gioele Valenti’s JuJu are back with eight more wacky tracks. As well as plenty of the classic psych-rock subject matter - man’s relationship with nature, shamanism, that sort of thing - Our Mother Was A Plant also touches plenty on the refugee crisis currently having ...view item »

Nope
Walker

One of the most thrilling and intense bands residing in our fair, bustling city of Leeds is NOPE. I can claim to have watched these lads progressing from their early ragged long single jam sets into the lean psycho-kraut machine that they are today, still specialising in their customary twin-drum assaults but with a finesse and power few can mat...view item »

Black Salvation
Uncertainty Is Bliss

Black Salvation are a German psych/hard rock band formed from the ashes of In Solitude. Uncertainty Is Bliss uses the full depth of psychedelia, doom, blues and hard rock, together with mystical narratives to transport the listener to somewhere else entirely. A bewitching debut. LP and CD on Relapse....view item »

Control Of The Going
I Love You But It’s Going To Rain

Looks nice and good and appropriate for this month of valentine -- but their rock music is apparently one of sound walls. Tinged with the psych rock beloved by so many, I Love You But It's Going to Rain is the first record by Control of the Going and offers an emotively pronounced session of restruct...view item »

Various
Hexadic III

Six Organs of Admittance guitarist Ben Chasny has this compositional method called ‘The Hexadic System’. He’s done talks on it and written a book about it and, after two records composed by Chasny adhering to its principles, it’s now starting to be adopted by other artists. These other ar...view item »

The Velvet Underground
1969

This reissue of The Velvet Underground’s 1969 feels like walking into a living room full of old friends. All the favourites are there, drink in hand: “I’m Sticking with You”, “Rock and Roll” and “Andy’s Chest”, but they’ve changed a bit, as old friends do. There’s...view item »

Pink Floyd
Atom Heart Mother

Pink Floyd’s fifth album, Atom Heart Mother - the one with the cow on the cover - carries on the concept that began on Ummagumma with the full band featuring on side one and individual band members basically playing solo stuff on side two. It was Pink Floyd’s first album to make No....view item »

Richard Pinhas
Rhizosphere

Interest in modular synthesisers is at an all-time high, so it’s as good a time as can be for reissues of early standard-setting works. Reenter Richard Pinhas, who bought himself some Moog racks and released Rhizosphere in 1977. Looking for all-new sounds and timbres on each of the five pieces, Pinhas’ resul...view item »

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Sun Zoom Spark: 1970 to 1972

The weird anachronistic blues rock of Captain Beefheart is celebrated in 'Sun Zoom Spark', a monstrous boxset which collects four of his early 70s recordings: 'Like My Decals Off, Baby', 'The Spotlight Kid', 'Clear Spot' and a record of out-takes called all appear. 'Sun Zoom Spark' is a good find for newly initiated Beefheart fans who want ...view item »

Damon & Naomi with Ghost
Damon & Naomi with Ghost

As far as I can tell this unlikely collaboration was recorded way back in 2000, back when we didn't even know what an iPhone was. Very lovely it is, too, with Eastern psych rockers Ghost keeping everything tasteful and low-key and adding a real mystical feel to the pastoral folky goings-on...view item »

Serpent Power
Electric Looneyland

Electric Looneyland is the second album by Liverpool duo Serpent Power. Ian Skelly, previously of The Coral, along with Paul Malloy, previously of The Zutons and The Coral, have created their own world of psych-rock, horror and weird spaciness on Electric Looneyland, all stemmin...view item »

Spindrift
The West

If you were wondering which 'The West',  Spindrift's album title is referring to, it's the wild one. The band take the aesthetic of Ennio Morricone's Spaghetti Western soundtracks, the guitar twangs, the stumbling drums, the whole atmosphere, and form it into songs. Newly remastered an...view item »

Dr. John
The Sun, Moon & Herbs

Recorded in London but with a New Orleans spirit, “The Sun, Moon & Herbs” arrived towards the end of Dr. John’s voodoo-inspired period, its heavy, foggy atmosphere and nods to Cajun folklore capturing the magic and spirit of the city even from afar. Hypnotic percussion, invigorating choruses, and creepy-cum...view item »

The Exorcist GBG
II

Swedish dark funk trio return to Höga Nord Rekords for their second full length album, aptly named II. Take yur favourite funk licks and add in a bit of OvO madness, s...view item »

Sunroof!
Rock Power

Here's the latest album from Sunroof! (well actually a vinyl reissue of a 2003 CDr on his Rural Electrification Program label), which is of course one of Matthew "Skullflower" Bower's other projects, so you would be fair to expect some harsh and difficult noise here. You would be somewhat mistaken, though, as 'Rock Power' is in fact one of Bower...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
+ - EP

Shoegazer and sour psych rocker Anton Newcombe brings more songs to the table for his Brian Jonestown Massacre project here, offering up three songs recorded in that classic songwriter timeframe: on tour, between shows. The tunes on the '+ -' EP share the typical conventions of his band's sound but are also influenced by Eastern sounds. ...view item »

Jimi Hendrix
People, Hell & Angels

This is utterly amazing and almost incomprehensible to me that we can have a brand new release of professional musicianship of this magnitude at this time of our existence in the broad spectrum of the world as we know it today! And this was recorded in the late 1960's with various musicians, including the original drummer of the experience Mitch...view item »

Sula Bassana
Dark Days

Sula Bassana is the recording moniker of multi-instrumentalist Dave Schmidt. Schmidt is mostly known for Electric Moon but has also been involved with Zone Six, Krautzone, Liquid Visions, ...view item »

Bardo Pond
Volume 8

America's most stretched out jam band are back with another set of space rock drone anthems that are totally unafraid in 2018 to contain lashings of flute. Tune in, drop out and chop up as the grizzled rockers lead you towards a sort of drone rock nirvana where everything is waaay psychedelic and ever so wobbly. ...view item »

Sir Richard Bishop / Ava Mendoza
Ivory Tower (Hanuman)

On this limited vinyl split LP, Sun City Girls icon Sir Richard Bishop plays alongside another avant-garde guitarist, Ava Mendoza. Mendoza is a committed improvisor, rooted in wild and noisy punk experimentation and Bishop is the scene statesman who hasn’t forgotten how to freak out. They ...view item »

Montero
Performer

This new LP from Australian ditty-spinner Montero was recorded with Tame Impala’s Jay Watson and Riccardo Damian, a man who has worked on records for Drake and Sampha. As one might expect from that cast list, Performer fronts cut after cut of expe...view item »

Last of the Easy Riders
Unto The Earth

Hm, not too sure how I feel about 'psych-infused country-rock', doesn't seem right to me. But, if psych-infused country-rock is your thing, then Unto The Earth by Last of the Easy Riders may be the perfect thing for your ears. Available on vinyl LP and CD, and released on Agitated. It's worth noting that the LP, is red, limited to 500 copies and...view item »

The Double
Dawn Of The Double

The Double (a duo featuring Emmett Kelly of Cairo Gang and Jim White of Dirty Three!) have identified Dawn Of The Double as a kind of twist to Rhys Chatham’s noisy minimal classic ‘Guitar Trio’: guitar and drums perpet...view item »

Early Mammal
Take A Lover

Early Mammal are a psychedelic blues four-piece from South London. Their influences range from classic acts such as Captain Beefheart and Aphrodite’s Child to more recent weirdness like White Hills. Take A Lover is the band’s third album and was recorded liv...view item »

Fu Manchu
Clone Of The Universe

Did you miss Fu Manchu? Well here they are, back again with their twelfth album after four years away. Clone Of The Universe is a fuzzed-up epic, particularly when it comes to the eighteen-minute goliath of a track that takes up all of side two. That track features none other than Alex Lifeson of ...view item »

Heldon
Un Reve Sans Consequence Speciale

Heldon’s fifth album 'Un Reve Sans Consequence Speciale', released in 1976, is being re-released on limited-edition clear purple vinyl, courtesy of Souffle Continu Records. It’s an intense record, weaving together meaty prog and industrial rock with spicy electronica, to a fiery, aggressive effect....view item »

Can
Delay

Mute brought back more Can than any krautrock fan could possibly handle with the 'Can Vinyl Box', which featured seventeen Can records reissued in one bundle; now each record is stepping out on its own. 'Delay' is a rarity in Can's catalogue, comprised entirely of outtakes from their time working with original vocalist Malcolm Mooney. ...view item »

13th Floor Elevators
The Psychedelic Sounds Of

Oooh: 'tis a gatefold I see before me? 'Tis, of those lads 13th Floor Elevators, who made the electric jug what it is today -- or not, but it certainly sounds fantastic on the LP, which comes with the plain old record (in heavyweight vinyl, so not that plain) and the mono version, with the tr...view item »

Papernut Cambridge
Mellotron Phase: Volume 1

Following on from 2016’s instrumental version of their Love The Things Your Lover Loves album, Papernut Cambridge’s Ian Button has teamed up with electronic music library Ravenwood Music to produce an album of instrumentals made (almost) exclusively using sounds from original Mellotron, Chamberlin, Optigan etc tape banks. ...view item »

Expo '70
Cleverly Mystique

Consistently warped, spacial and well suited to some retro Doctor Who episode is Expo 70's Krautrock offering - Cleverly Mystique. featuring otherworldly melody and a melancholic sense of dread throughout, this off-kilter and ambitious collection is revitalised onto vinyl 5 years after its in...view item »

The Myrrors
Lunar Halo

Tip: If you want to be psychedelic then replace the 'i' in your name with a 'y'. This is just what the Myrrors have done and it has stood them in very good stead. This latest release sees them in firm raga/freak out mode, an extended thirty minute transcendental improvisation cut over two sides of wax. ...view item »

The Final Age
The Final Age

The Final Age are a creation of Bristol based drummer Jesse Webb, who enlisted musicians from a host of disparate underground bands including Gnod and Kuro. What spilled out takes the listener into noisy guitar scree, pulsing synths and drums and wild forays into instrumental abandon, all grippi...view item »

Boris
Live at Third Man Records

Last year the long-running Tokyo heavy rockers marked the ten year anniversary of their landmark stoner opus PINK by playing it in full and at massive volume at Nashville’s Third Man Records. Happily, the Blue Room is kitted out with a snazzy analogue recording setup, so the set was committe...view item »

Moon Duo
Jukebox Babe / No Fun

This twelve-inch sees the Portland psychedelicists tackling a pair of proto-punk classics. Alan Vega’s Jukebox Babe stands as a tribute to the late Suicide singer. While this version retains the rockabilly skeleton of the track, it’s as if the song has been transplanted from Vega’s gritty New Y...view item »

Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope

A much required vinyl pressing for what the press release calls 'one of the great psychedelic rock albums of all time'. Kaleidoscope emerged out of the West Coast of America in the late '60s with a drenched reverby sound that must have had influence on the Doors and later era line ups of Love...view item »

Imajinary Friends
Imajinary Friends

Concise, krautish art rock from San Fran trio The Imajinary Friends, also featuring many actual extant friends. There are plenty of positive vibes coming off this one, their first release in over a decade. Groovy, clambering basslines, jangly guitar and various synths make up the tone of most of these; the lot culminates in a dr...view item »

Tom Carter
Long Time Underground

Tom Carter has played in all sorts of combinations over the years, most notably his veteran duo Charalambides. But Long Time Underground finds Carter recording alone for the first time in his career. Recorded live in the studio, these pieces for his powerfully mournful guitar style are ...view item »

Dommengang
Love Jail

An album as breezy as the artwork suggests, Love Jail sees Thrill Jockey’s Dommengang bang out ten pieces of timeless Americana. The trio produce a powerful but pleasant noise, with fuzzy guitars cosying up to a tight and groovy rhythm section. Tracks like ‘Color Out Of Space’ will be ...view item »

The Vacant Lots
Departure

This psych-rock duo from Burlington, Vermont seem to have been doing everything right so far. They've already got singles on Mexican Summer and Reverb Appreciation Society and an appearance on the cult 'Psych for Sore Eyes' 2x7" comp alongside Hookworms and Lorelle Me...view item »

Matt Edible & The Obtuse Angels
Stairgazing

Matt Edible & The Obtuse Angels play a sort of swirling psychedelic rock balladry, guitars and organ tones jostling with leaping vocals to occupy the forefront of the mix. Rhythms trundle on like obedient old dogs and chords drift lazily into one another, each song seeming never to touch the floor....view item »

Various
I Said, She Said, Ah Cid: The Exploito Psych World Of Alshire Records 1967-71

Very fine archival compilation on the Alshire label, whose business model involved getting crack LA session musicians to record sweet sweet sessions which were then released under a variety of different aliases and contexts. The music is just fabulous though, and there are three full discs of it here on I Said, She Said, Ah Cid, as well...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 »

Hey Colossus
Radio Static High

Hey Colossus have become more and more of a multi-faceted band as time has gone by. Radio Static High finds them managing to hold back the apocalyptic riff-monster and allow their tracks a little more room to breath and expand. The results still sound blasted, but in a fresh new way. Out from the Rocket label....view item »

Pretty Lightning
The Rhythm Of Ooze

Some may call it psych, some may call it rock, some may call it drone. I would call it all three. The Rhythm of Ooze is the ten-track release from Pretty Lightning and is a cracking addition to most - if not all - collections of any of the above mentioned genres. Available on vinyl LP and released on Fuzz Club. ...view item »

Nicklas Sørensen
Solo 2

Nicklas Sørensen is the guitarist of band Papir, but there’s plenty more to him than that. He also produces solo work, and guess what? Solo 2 contains just that. Sørensen has plugged his guitar into the lineage of gorgeous melodic minimal kosmische music, using elect...view item »

Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe
Cocaine Cat

We all know who Anton Newcombe is  - he's the one out of Brian Jonestown Massacre. We know less about Tess Parks but according to Alan McGee "Tess is an amazing lady” so this should be an interesting collaboration. They recorded this in Berlin and I *think* it's a taster for a forthcoming full length. Brian Jonestown-related stuff alw...view item »

Nick Oliveri
Human Cannonball Explodes

Big sweaty pop metal from Queens of the Stone Age related dude. The picture on the sleeve has posed the query why do they need to take their tops off? You don’t get Tindersticks taking their tops off but in this genre it seems ok to do such a thing. Th...view item »

Various
Sweet & Sour Psych

Run out of trip tapes? Need some more sound for the ol' vinyl vortex? Well Suspect have got your back, pulling together the many faces of the modern psych scene, including the all-too-familiar features of Novella, The Oscillation and The Soundcarriers, but also groups with such titles as 'Dave's Doors of Perception'. Almost worth it just fo...view item »

The Galileo 7
Tear Your Minds Wide Open!

Allan Crockford shows off his songwriting chops on Kent band The Galileo 7's fifth album, a rollicking psych-pop record packed to the rafters with stormy guitars, body-rocking bass and tongue-in-cheek lyrics. Recorded live to tape, you can hear just how tight the foursome’s harmonies are, unfettered by production wizardry....view item »

Seven That Spells
The Death and Resurrection of Krautrock: OMEGA

From the prog-vintage style sleeve art to the band and album titles, it's fair to say that Seven That Spells new album The Death And Resurrection of Krautrock: OMEGA (the f...view item »

Moon Duo
Catch As Catch Can / Set It On Fire

I'm partial to Moon Duo... If you don't already know then this is Ripley Jonson from Wooden Shjips on guitar/vocals and Sanae Yamada on keyboards. I dig their authentic old analogue sound. Good and grubby sounding gear. 'Catch As Catch Can' is pretty driving with its drum machine rhythm and fuzzed up guitar. The vocals are pretty indecipherable ...view item »

Sekel
Sekel

The key words when needing to describe this band are 'punk' and 'Sweden', so you can pretty much come to your own conclusions about the nature of this record. This ten-track release is a cracking addition to most - if not all - punk/kraut music collections and is available on vinyl LP and released on Fuzz Club. ...view item »

Exploded View
Summer Came Early EP

Exploded View are the the group that Anika formed on the fly in Mexico, and they now follow up their splendid debut record with a four track EP. The tracklist mixes outtakes from Exploded View with new 8-track recordings, intuitively created in the studio with that delicious flavour very much intact. ...view item »

The Darkside
Complete Studio Masters

The Darkside emerged in Rugby from the ashes of Spacemen 3, led by Pete "Bassman" Bain. They weren't a million miles away from their parent band, though more upbeat and conventional, less minimal and monomaniacal, with more reflections of sixties psychedelia. They released a pair of albums and a...view item »

RMFTM
Subversive III: Spelende De Mens

RMFTM (that’s Radar Men From The Moon for names-in-full fans) close out their trilogy of Subversive albums with ...view item »

Prettiest Eyes
Pools

Latest LP Pools from Los Angeles based three-piece Prettiest Eyes. Their psych-rock sound is a little more menacing than their name suggests, packing a punch with elements of noise and industrial thrown in. These guys come recommended by John Dwyer of Oh Sees. Pools is out on LP or CD on Castle Face....view item »

MAGMA
Retrospektïẁ

In the world of Zeuhl gods Magma, things tend to occur on a large scale, and that’s certainly the case with this remastered Southern Lord boxset. The three volumes of Retrospektïẁ captured a trio of 1980 concerts at the Olympia in Paris. We begin with the debut appearance of Th...view item »

Fifty Foot Hose
Cauldron

Fifty Foot Hose are an experimental psychedelic band from California. Cauldron was originally released in 1967. This reissue is the first since its initial release. The band took the rock music of the day added experimental electronics, jazz and far-out song structures. The result is one which still sounds pretty left field toda...view item »

MC5
Kick Out The Jams

Kick Out The Jams was MC5's first album. It was recorded live in front of a large audience in October 1968 in Detroit. Though the band claimed it was a recorded document of "the revolution" they were right, not in the meaning they intended, however. It did revolutionise American rocknroll and music forever. They manage to infuse the same kind of...view item »

Zombie Zombie
Livity

Zombie Zombie return from some time doing film scores and er, music for a circus show, with a fully-fledged studio album in the form of Livity. It's a deep experimental trip as usual for these guys, featuring remarkable combinations: some vintage French prog here, some free-jazz sax blast there, some hip-hop swagger on ...view item »

Various
Warfaring Strangers: Acid Nightmares

Warfaring Strangers: Acid Nightmares is a compilation of what happened when the 60’s drug dream started to turn dark and demented: rock bands started losing it maaaan, and the good vibes turned heavy. For the listener of course, that means all manner of weird and gnarly fuzz-psych trippiness, and Numero Group have done an excellen...view item »

White Manna
Bleeding Eyes

The times really are good for modern psych rock fans at the moment, with bands like White Manna turning out quality records on a regular basis. Bleeding Eyes is a potent se...view item »

Circle
Terminal

You can count on Finland’s Circle to provide the goods, always pulling together the finest and weirdest bits of rock etc. history into their (surprisingly cohesive) whole. Terminal is full of proggy flair, krautrock space-power, psychedelic flavour, heavy metal heft and much else besides, making for a dense and wo...view item »

The Cosmic Dead
Psych Is Dead

The Cosmic Dead stand out from the crowd of present-day psych-rock explorers, in that the Glaswegian band do actually sound genuinely unhinged. Psych Is Dead finds them going all the way out over the course of three lengthy tracks, each apparently improvised on a cocktail of booze, heat, and intergalactic vibes. Out on ...view item »

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Murder Of The Universe

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have already pretty much mastered that pulsing garage rocky sound, but they are still aiming to release five (yep, five) albums in 2017. Murder Of The Universe is the second, and it seems to be aiming to summon up the spirits of the 70’s hard rock gods, even going so far as to ...view item »

Grails
Chalice Hymnal

The mega Grails return! Whilst this project may have seemed quiet for the last 5 years, the members have been busy writing Chalice Hymnal whilst working with their other projects OM, Watter and Lilacs & Champagne. Chalice Hymnal manages to throw them all to...view item »

Moon Duo
Occult Architecture Vol. 1

Part One of a two part record by Moon Duo, the motorik duo of Sanae Yamada and Wooden Shjips man Ripley Johnson. You know how this game works by now: drum machines grooving endlessly beneath a constantly shifting carpet of fuzzed-guitar. Yum! Occult Architecture Vol. 1 ...view item »

Singapore Sling
Kill Kill Kill (Songs About Nothing)

Singapore Sling are one of Iceland’s premier purveyors of psychedelic music: they’ve been vibing hard for nine albums and seventeen years now. Kill Kill Kill (Songs About Nothing) is a particularly messed-up version of their sound, with their gnarly rock chug bein...view item »

Cluster
Kollektion 06 :1971-1981 Compiled By John McEntire

John McEntire of Tortoise and The Sea And Cake was given free reign to compile his choicest Cluster cuts from the years 1971-1981, and what cuts they are. The magical komische sound of Cluster floats lighter than air, but these electronic spirituals seep deep in...view item »

GNOD
Mirror

More new music from the ever-adventurous Gnod, in the form of 3 stretched-out tracks. Politically-generated rage was the key to the creation of the tracks on Mirror, and the ferocious momentum and bruised anger they carry will prove infectious. Both vinyl and CD versions are packed in mirrorboard sleeves, and the CD / d...view item »

All Them Witches
Dying Surfer Meets His Maker

Having released much of their previous material themselves, All Them Witches are putting their latest psych-rock epic through the New West label. Locking themselves away in a Tennessee cabin for 5 days, they’ve emerged with Dying Surfer Meets His Maker as a result. Whilst there is a definite groove; switching betw...view item »

Wand
1000 Days

Three full-length albums in little over a year, that sounds like magic. Wand have kept on rolling, and their new album 1000 Days is their newest trick. With playful vocals accompanying entrancing beats, the album takes off where they left off. And by the time you're done listening, their fourth album should be...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 »

Earthless
Meets Heavy Blanket In A Dutch Haze

Some live psych show-boating comes courtesy of Earthless here, who unleash their brand of uncompromising stoner rock onto the world. They enlist Dinosaur Jr's J. Mascis and Heavy Blanket's Graham Clise to get the guitars going, suggesting they'll hire anyone who likes their guitar to scream with dissonance. Shred slowly, my friends....view item »

Queens Of The Stone Age
...Like Clockwork

I’ve a bit of a soft spot for these Californian rockers. ‘...Like Clockwork’ is their sixth studio album on Matador as they appear to have parted company with Interscope. There’s some decent tunes on here, certainly radio friendly such as obvious single ‘My God Is The Sun’. T...view item »

Kluster
Zwei Osterei

Personally, this is my favourite album by Kluster. Although I prefer the later material done by Moebius and Roedelius as Cluster, as well as solo Conrad Schnitzler, this record still has its appeal. The three musicians, with the help of producer Conny Plank, make improvised in...view item »

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