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The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Axis Bold As Love

After the fury of Are You Experienced and before the glory of Electric Ladyland, Hendrix put to tape his most soul-searching and beautiful album. Anyone who sees Hendrix as a guitar-burning, drug-taking, rock god must listen to this album. Axis shows what a beautiful songwriter Hendrix was and how his guitar playing could be quiet and beautiful ...view item »

Spacemen 3
For All The Fucked-up Children Of This World We Give You Spacemen 3

Before going on to forming Spiritualized, Jason Pierce worked with Peter Kember (Sonic Boom/Spectrum) as Spacemen 3. Here we have a the first reissue since it’s original release in 1995. This album is of the first recording session they di...view item »

Curanderos
Curanderos

Bardo Pond always keep themselves busy and continually seek the other limits of the music they play. Curanderos is the supergroup formed by Bardo plus the ensemble Kohoutek, who help push things into extra avant territory. Two side-long pieces of sweet experimental jamming make ...view item »

Trad, Gras och Stenar
Tack For Kaffet

This is a particularly special record for Swedish underground legends Trad, Gras och Stenar, as it features their last ever jams with two band members who have since passed away. Tack For Kaffet, presented as a tribute to those members, is nevertheless full of improvisational life, with some moments of pure gorgeousness...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
This Is Why You Love Me

Anton Newcombe continues his tireless mission to reissue all the early The Brian Jonestown Massacre records with the re-release of the 1997 four track E.P 'You love me'. It's of the usual high standard you'd expect from these LA garage rocker/shoe gazer favorites and a excellent reminder o...view item »

Klaus Dinger & preJapandorf
2000!

We’ve never previously had an opportunity to hear this work by the late legendary Neu! drummer Klaus Dinger, which the motorik pioneer recorded with preJapandorf, a collection of various musicians. 2000! continues Klaus’s journeys into the infinity of sound,...view item »

PIKACYU*MAKOTO
Galaxilympics

Pikacyu*Makoto is the super-powered pairing of Acid Mothers Temple’s Makoto Kawabata and Afriampo’s Pikacyu, together whisking up a lovely suite of technicolour dream-psych on drums, guitar, synth and vocals. Galaxilympics is a really fun an...view item »

The Odyssey Cult
Vol. 1

The Odyssey Cult is a project of Ethan Miller, who you’ll know from bands like Howlin Rain and Comets On Fire. Here, ...view item »

The Odyssey Cult
Vol. 2

The Odyssey Cult is a project of Ethan Miller, of bands including Howlin Rain and Comets On Fire. For The Odyssey C...view item »

The Oscillation
Evil In The Tree

The Oscillation attempt the unthinkable by trying to compress their psychedelic onslaught onto that tiniest of 7" wax. Evil In The Tree features an eponymous track written in the same sessions as their Monographic LP, the band dedicating themselves to the same trance rock, building thei...view item »

The Heads
Dead In The Water

I guess these guys are yet another overlooked band in a sea of too many overlooked ones. I'm not sure what this album is supposed to be....it's almost as if it's a collection of live uninterrupted jams from various venues, but whatever it is - it smokes. I highly recommend this to fans of the neo-psych, stoner, sludge, etc. genres. If you are a ...view item »

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Third World Pyramid

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

The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Bout Des Doigts

Fronted by the infamous and only constant member, Anton Newcombe, Brian Jonestown Massacre have seen more than twenty members pass through their ranks down the years but the quality has rarely erred. Although their sound is now well defined, different influences are picked up through the years. Bout Des Doig...view item »

Chomper
Medicine Mountain

Chomper is a new band made up of hardy veterans of other bands, including such notables as The Men, Junk Boys and Guided By Voices...view item »

Joel Jerome
Cosmic Bear Jamboree

Joel Jerome, 'LA's Behind-the-Scenes Indie King' is back with Cosmic Bear Jamboree. Jerome evokes the slacker cool of the likes of Mac Demarco and Beck with ease, plus the vintage artiness of Ariel Pink. Featuring kaleidoscopic choirs, warm guitar licks and plenty-o' spacey reverb, his new album contains the hits '...view item »

July
July

Fabulous lost psychedelia from the 1960s. July lasted barely a year yet still managed to leave behind one of the most sought after relics of the psychedelia era. A mixed bag of psychedelic rock and pop that has elements of Syd Barrett whimsy with a harder rock edge that could recall Cream o...view item »

Saccades
Saccades

Saccades is in fact Nicholas Wood, he of The KVB. When that band took a break last summer, Wood snuck in a bit of recording time in order to craft his debut solo record, and now here it is! Compared to his other work, Saccades is brighter, dreamier and poppier, very eff...view item »

King Crimson
In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson)

In The Court of The Crimson King (An Observation by King Crimson) is an LP which deserves a place in every record collection. The cover alone gives it a presence on the shelves within the ranks of other LPs, but the real twinkling gems are, of course, the classic, heavy prog of 21st Century Schizoid Man, the del...view item »

Golden Retriever
Rotations

What is great about Golden Retrievers is that they are both golden in colour and they retrieve things (balls etc). But this is no canine, this is the synth and clarinet duo from Portland who here incorporate a full chamber ensemble into their sound drawing comparisons with Terry Riley, William Basinski and ...view item »

Sterling Roswell
Give Peace Another Chance (Remixes)

Sterling Roswell (The Darkside, Ex-Spacemen 3) takes his track Give Peace Another Chance from his 2014 album The Call Of The Cosmos and puts it in the hands of electronic producers Max 2Ksub, Martin Lefteri, and Tim Sheridan. B...view item »

Psychic Temple
IV

Chris Schlarb’s band Psychic Temple recorded IV, their fourth record (apart from their full-length cover of Brian Eno’s Music For Airports) in an LA studio in the old way, with big grand sessions. Guests like Terry Reid and Nedelle Torrisi...view item »

Art Feynman
Blast Off Through The Wicker

It’s definitely the time of the decade for lo-fi, bedroom-recorded, four-track, hyphen-loaded psych-rock records, but we still think you should give Art Feynman’s debut album a spin. Loaded with afrobeats, harmonic ninths, and shredding guitar solos, Blast Off Through the Wicker basically sounds like Mac DeM...view item »

Sir Plastic Crimewave
Feathered Serpents

Sir Plastic Crimewave is a veteran of a whole handful of heavy and avant-psych outfits (as well as the magazine Galactic Zoo Dossier), but Feathered Serpents is his very first time stepping out into the limelight for a solo LP! This one has been brewing for some time (15 years!), and is a sweet suite of...view item »

City Center
Zen Kids

This is ok actually - It's on K Records who I am happy are still releasing records. Its lo fidelity guitar stuff that doesn't really recall anyone - a bit of early TV on the Radio here a bit of The Microphones (esp. Mt Eerie) there. Atmospheric guitars, pounding drums, pleading chanting vocals. The B side has some absurd vocal effects which alwa...view item »

Grass Magic
Grass Magic

This is another one that originally came out on cassette but features an alternate jam not featured on the original release. This is way out there which is what you'd expect from Skaters, Jewelled Antler Collective and Davenport all lost in the zone on a farm in the vales of southeast Wisconsin back in 2004. Expect weirdo vocals, clattering rams...view item »

Sidewalk Society
Strange Roads

For those who find joy in the bubblegum, the psychedelic and the throwback, Fruits de Mer will be a household name, as might Sidewalk Society, an old-skool group with hints of Southern rock, Grateful Dead exuberance and a solid guitar-to-piano ratio. Their songs are semi-shambolic and super nostal...view item »

Anton Barbeau
Heaven Is In Your Mind

Anton Barbeau is a US born singer songwriter with crazy hair who has quietly been releasing power pop and psych rock and has collaborated with Game Theory's Scott Miller in the past so that makes him ok with me. Here he delivers an EP of one original and three covers one of which is the world's 14796436th versio...view item »

Khun Narin
Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band

It all began when someone posted a clip of this band on youtube with the caption  “MINDBLOWING PSYCHEDELIA FROM THAILAND”. What could be seen was a group of musicians who lived in a remote village hundreds of miles away from Bangkok playing some heavy, heavy psych. This led to American producer Josh Marcy contacting the band wit...view item »

Sarin Smoke
Vent

Sarin Smoke is a duo comprising the humans better known to you as Pete “Yellow” Swanson and Tom “Charalambides” Cart...view item »

The Telescopes
As Light Return

For the Telescopes Stephen Lawrie the familiar nostalgia circuit. He could, if wanted, get out on the road and play the shoegaze classics from the first couple of albums but no, this singular artist continues to stretch out into unknown waters. This new album features oscillating noise, feedback and out there detachment straddli...view item »

Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Barefoot In The Head

We sold a magnificent zero copies of the previous Chris Robinson and the Brotherhood album but we are nothing if not loyal to the former Counting Crows man. This is his third collection in two years and further pushes the musical envelope into country, blues, psychedelia and '60s inspired folk music.  ...view item »

Popol Vuh
Spirit Of Peace

Popol Vuh’s Spirit Of Peace was used in part by Werner Herzog as the soundtrack to his The Dark Glow Of The Mountains, where it's gorgeous sense of spiritual yearning fitted the picture well. And yet this rich album has been out of print since its 1985 release! Thankfully One Way Static h...view item »

Wolf People
Ruins

Wolf People return to Jagjaguwar after a three year gap. Known for their psychedelic, proggy and pretty much classic rock with a little Jethro Tull thrown in for good measure, Ruins is a bit heavier and weightier. Distorted megaphone like vocals and valve driven guitar leads. Noted inc=fluences ...view item »

Khruangbin
The Universe Smiles Upon You

Despite operating out of Texas, Khruangbin are deeply influenced by Thai music, specifically the Thai funk of the 1960’s. If you aren’t familiar with the genre’s sound, prepare to be impressed with the grooving joy it fills you with! The Universe Smiles Upon You, the band’s debut, is on Late Nigh...view item »

The Electric Family
Terra Circus

The Electric Family have been rolling down their rock rails for decades now, and new one Terra Circus arrives with the confidence borne of such a long time playing together. Sitars, guitars, organ and drums are all on fine form, on the band’s own songs as well as their Sisters Of Mercy and ...view item »

Merch
This Betrayal Will Be Our End

Merch is essentially a one man project, that man is Joe Medina. His mission, with the help of a revolving cast of characters, was to mix his childhood love of noisy punk with cello and jazz phrasings. This Betrayal Will Be Our End is the second album following the debut Crash Boom Bash. This Be...view item »

Silver Apples
Silver Apples (Rotorelief Edition)

Well here is a beauty of a thing: Silver Apples classic 1968 debut album, reissued on ‘ultra-clear’ vinyl in a highly psychedelic trip of a coloured sleeve. Gorgeous as an object, and of course the album itself is absolutely crucial, mixing Simeon’s DIY synthesiser monster with Dan Tayl...view item »

Wet Hair
The Floating World

Brand new one from this Iowa based veterans and you’ll be pleased to know that there sound is a hybrid of kraut rock and psych because there’s not enough of that sort of thing about. But this album oozes quality and has a kinetic sound which marries shimmering synths, exciting drum patterns and bass grooves. Said to be pos...view item »

Doug Tuttle
Peace Potato

The third full length solo venture from Wildildlife and Mmoss member Doug Tuttle. Performing and recording the entire album himself at home, Peace Potato is chocka with Beatles charm, George Harrison in particular, and summer afternoon dream state bliss...view item »

Jack Cheshire
Black Light Theatre

Heavily influenced by Can, Grizzly Bear, and Television london psych-folk artist Jack Cheshire has brought his long time collaborators together for his new album. Written within self imposed isolation and produced by Rob Ellis (Bat For Lashes/...view item »

Bell Gardens
Full Sundown Assembly

Kenneth Gibson (Furry Things) and Brian McBride (Stars of the Lid) have come together to produce this lovingly executed slab of orchestral pop. First things first, it sounds like neither of the projects t...view item »

Sula Bassana
The Ape Regards His Tail – Original Soundtrack

Sula Bassana’s accompaniment to the sci-fi film The Ape Regards His Tail matches the movie’s rich minimalism with a suitably spacey suite of music scored for Mellotron, Organ, various synthesisers and various other instruments that allow Sula to weave the kind of deep sounds that the film&rs...view item »

Karras
Municipal Dances

Karras is the pairing of two members of Maximo Park and The Rakes, stepping away from the smart indie rock their ‘main’ bands are known for with a debut album of instrumental pop, bustling with kitschy disco and pulsing krautrock influences. Municipal Dances show that the ga...view item »

The Myrrors
Hasta La Victoria

Meandering psychlords the Myrrors release so many sleepytime groove records you'd think they actually never for one second stopped jamming. They follow up Entranced Earth with another outing of evergreen patience, moving slowly through five open-world songs of stretched out guitar-wahin...view item »

Slomo
Transits

It’s been five years since we heard from Slomo, the “Highly Ritualised Somnambulant Glumbient Downer band from Yorkshire” but with a band name such as that, we wouldn’t expect them to rush things now would we?The duo of Holy McGrail and Howard Marsden previously released a couple of album...view item »

Stephen John Kalinich
A World Of Peace Must Come

Oddball 1960's poetry record from renowned Beach Boys lyricist performing some of his very own super idealistic poetry under hazy lights. If you like spoken word stuff about world peace etc then A World of Peace Must Come is the record for you. The main draw for Beach Boys ...view item »

Hey Colossus
The Guillotine

Some bands begin to edge out of the shadows, allowing the brightness of accessible production and relatable lyricism to evolve their work, while others sink deeper into darker and insular innovation. Hey Colossus are a group that are doing the latter, as proven by immersive and razor-sharp The Guillotine....view item »

Male Gaze
Miss Taken

Out on John Dwyer's Castle Face imprint here are a band who make the sort of lo-fi, in-the-red garage racket that you'd expect. The three protagonists have been rounded up from various punk bands to throw their energies into this six heeled outfit who have the pleasure of getting an impenetrable press release written by none other than Sir Henry...view item »

Spectre Folk
Vol. 4

Spectre Folk is a group comprising some guys who’ve truly done their time in the indiesphere: Aaron Mullan of Tall Firs, Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth, and Mark Ibold of Pavement, all backing the songs of Pete Nolan...view item »

Wei Zhongle
Nu Trance

Wei Zhongle are a trio operating on a number of axes simultaneously, pulling in dubby bass, a melange of electronics, occasionally klezmer-ish clarinet and ecstatically meandering vocals to make a curious brew. The LP version of Nu Trance is released on Hairy Spider Legs, the cassette version on NNA Tapes....view item »

Black Dirt Oak / Jantar
Presage

‘Presage’ is an LP split release from supergroup Black Dirt Oak (Pelt, No Neck Blues Band, Desert Heat, Rhyton and Pigeons) and Jantar (named after a rare folk music instrument from Rajasthan). The two sides exist in harmonic, aesthetic contrast with Black Dirt Oak’s dirty, bare bones onslaught of degraded electronics perfectly...view item »

The Cosmic Dead
Eccie Bam Yas, E?

The Cosmic Dead can always be relied upon to go mad with it, pushing the full weight of their Scottishness into their mind-expanding psychedelic rock. However, Eccie Bam Yas, E? sees them going mad in a different direction to usual, eschewing most of the noisey power for a fully-spaced out improvised set. Delivered, via...view item »

Chrome
Techromancy

Techromancy is the latest release from the post-punk visionaries Chrome. The release brings back driving rhythms and metallic riffs that fuse together with their forty-year old sound that has seen many line up changes. A hard hitting mix of space-rock, psychedelic and po...view item »

West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
Vol. 2

West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band formed with very clear goals in mind (just look at that utilitarian descriptive name), and they achieved them, even if they did not achieve fame. Vol. 2 is a bold and freaky set of lovely psychedelic music, deeply imbued with 60’s vi...view item »

The Gluts
Estasi

Italian crew The Gluts have a second album to show off, and it comes at you even noisier than ever. The good thing about The Gluts is that they know just how far they can push that pysch-rock-punk sound into the regions of noise-collapse, making for an intense rollercoaster listen. Estasi is out on Fuzz...view item »

Faust
Fresh Air

Brand new music from the avant-heroes that are Faust. Fresh Air, which was recorded during a US tour with various musicians on board, is really genuinely weird, which is exactly what you want from these old hippies. The LP edition comes with a bundled CD. Plus, if you are quick off the mark, you might be able to order o...view item »

Goat
I Sing in Silence

The frenzied Scandinavian crew who go by the name of Goat are getting just a little less frenzied with their new material, chiefly by moving mostly to acoustic instruments. I Sing In Silence is awash with flutes and wooden percussion, all tethered to a lovely vocal melody. This is laid-back psychedelic music of a high o...view item »

Heaters
Fuzz Club Session

Michigan based four piece Heaters pack a whole lotta surf fuzz energy. After a few full lengths on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records and Dizzybird Records London based label Fuzz Club had them over into their studio for some live sessions laid down on some truly analog equipment. Rough, ready, driving and warm as hell....view item »

W. H. Lung
Inspiration! / Nothing Is

Manchester’s W.H. Lung are the latest band to take up the mantle of the motorik pioneers, setting down infinite rhythm patterns and then building shiny-spacey rock structures around them. Inspiration! / Nothing Is is the debut release of the band, delivered...view item »

New Candys
As Medicine

New Candys’ 2015 record As Medicine here receives a welcome reissue on deluxe vinyl with new artwork. Heavy motorik psych-rock is the name of the game, with everything swimming around in an oozy sea of delay, decay and fuzzy distortion. You know the drill. As Medicine is reissued by the dependable Fuzz Cl...view item »

Fontän
Fontän

After taking a break in 2009, Swedish duo Jesper Jarold and Johan Melin’s Fontän returned in 2016 with two EPs for Höga Nord Rekords and have already got a full length coming in self-titled form. Follow their artwork and you’re in the right place, they make colourful, somet...view item »

Sunflower Bean
Show Me Your Seven Secrets

Sunflower Bean are a New York band with a sound somewhere between shoegaze and certain strands of post-punk. The Show Me Your Seven Secrets EP is their debut release, and it makes for a very strong introduction. Six tracks of thickly-produced, tight-yet-loose jams, pressed to clear vinyl on Fat Possum....view item »

Peacers
Introducing The Crimsmen

This all sounds like the kind of lo-fi damp basement fare that could have been projected out of the gut of someone like Neutral Milk Hotel. Gentle psych, acoustic laments and a dysfunctional recording process all add up to idiosyncratic and laconic lo-fi folk with nods to Syd Barrett and ...view item »

Harvestman
Music For Megaliths

Steve Von Till, one of the key figures within Neurosis, has a solo project named Harvestman, in which he unshackles his guitar from straight song forms and summons up images of arcane civilisations. Music For...view item »

Loop
Array 1

For two and half decade, alternative rockers LOOP have left a void in our hearts. And now they think they can make it up to us just by releasing new material. Which they totally can. Array 1 is the first of three releases planned for the coming year, and features 4 new songs. Expect to reminisce, recognize and be s...view item »

Casual Nun
Super Fancy Skeleton

Heavy music from Casual Nun, featuring heavy musicians from heavy music heavyweights Dethscalator, Kooba Tercu and Throne. Super Fancy Skeleton is a fierce flare of psychedelia for dropping out of regular existence to, with some crucial doses of noise in there too. Four...view item »

Crystal Jacqueline
Await The Queen

As one of the most successful singers on the neo-psych scene, Crystal Jacqueline is developing a stellar reputation for her immersive technique. Await The Queen couldn't showcase her talents better; it's a perfect example of the beauty made from ambitious songwriting and sensual vocals....view item »

The Oscillation
Beyond The Mirror : Rare and Unreleased Tracks

The Oscillation here release all the Rare and Unreleased Tracks that they have accumulated over the course of their last three albums. Four of these songs have been scooped up from EPs and B-sides, but the rest will be all new to even the most ardent Oscillation fan. Beyond The Mirror...view item »

Crème De Hassan
Technique & Rite

Creme De Hassan is what happened when Ghazi Barakat of Pharoah Chromium met Paul LaBrecque of Sunburned Hand of the Man for a gnarly sonic showdown. Technique & Rite is the project’s first full length album, and it’s a hell of a thing, m...view item »

Loop
Wolf Flow

Wolf Flow compiles the three sessions that Loop recorded for the dearly beloved John Peel between 1987 and 1990. It functions almost as a best-of compilation of the band’s work, with tracks from all their albums as well as a rare cover of Suicide’s Rocket USA. Remas...view item »

Dope (Julian Cope)
Maxi 12

Dope is a new band from Julian Cope (it would be with a name like that wouldn’t it?), dedicated to that wild wild psych sound. Dubby-electronicsy-world-rock-guitar hybrid music, featuring a song actually called ‘Drugs 7”’. Oh Julian. This debut statement from the group is...view item »

Electric Wizard
Come My Fanatics

Electric Wizard can appeal to a lot of people. They have the heaviness for the metalheads, the psychedelic edge for stoners, and the weird noises and ambiences for Radiohead fans. This is their 2nd best album, and it also comes with their impressive debut. Come My Fanatics is a lot heavier than their debut, and i...view item »

Galley Beggar
Heathen Hymns

Gallery Beggar have released an eight-part record entitled Heathen Hymns. A solid and genuine release that captures so many different areas of psychedelic folk music, many of which have never explored before! This release has been described as unequivocal triumph for creativity and is available Vinyl LP and CD....view item »

Six Organs of Admittance
Burning The Threshold

The inside of Ben Chasney’s head must be like a forest. His music sounds like a brave guitar player treading through a maze of brown branches and red leaves, never breaking his pace. The result is, invariably, an album full of hypnotizing songs, and Six Organs of Admittance’ latest is no exception. ...view item »

Weirds
Swarmculture

Weirds make heavy grungey psych-rock in Leeds, DIY style, in a manner that takes no prisoners. Swarmculture is a strong expression of how Weirds sound live: big, loud, fast and riffed to fuck. With this release, we can look forward to Weirds spreading their word beyond the bounds of Wes...view item »

Flowers Must Die
Kompost

Flowers Must Die unveil their debut full-length album Kompost! This record finds the Swedish group delving deep into the psychedelic heritage of their homeland, melding it with an improvised approach towards sweet groove. It’s a dense but bright sound, full of colour and flair. Kompost is released by Rock...view item »

The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Are You Experienced

Classic rock doesn’t come much more classic than an album that features Purple Haze, Hey Joe and The Wind Cries Mary. The Jimi Hendrix Experience (the band that featured none other that Jimi Hendrix on guitar and vocals) announced themselves to the world with their...view item »

Cluster
Konzerte 1972/1977

Absolutely wonderful live material from Cluster here, captured at two 70’s performances. There is a real sense of joyful play here, with our heroes Roedelius and Moebius dabbling and tinkering intuitively with their equipment, The 1972 performance here is particularly heady, transcending t...view item »

Emil Amos
Filmmusik

Playing in a wide range of bands - OM, Grails, Holy Sons, and Lilacs and Champagne, multi-instrumentalist Emil Amos puts out his first full length as a solo artist. Set out as music written for film, the LP stylistically touches base with each of the projects he...view item »

Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel
I Can Spin A Rainbow

The busily creative Amanda Palmer here teams up with Edward Ka-Spel, who you’ll know from The Legendary Pink Dots, for their first full-length collaboration. I Can Spin A Rainbow is a work of subtle theatre, with both artists bringing their A-game in terms of lyrics, production an...view item »

The Mothers Earth Experiment
The Mothers Earth Experiment

This self-titled offering from The Mothers Earth Experiment is a well-informed and sprawling offering, containing worldy influences ranging from spheres of jazz, psych, metal and electronica. As a six-track offering its message is artistic freedom, and a debut album it forms an extremely solid foundation to build upon....view item »

Black Cube Marriage
Astral Cube

Black Cube Marriage is a mighty Rob Mazurek ensemble formed out various members of Marriage, Rob’s famed Sao Paolo Underground, and extra players like Steve Jansen. With eleven people on board, the group can summon up the cosmic freedom of...view item »

Flying Saucer Attack
New Lands

Released in 1997, New Lands is the eight-track pioneering record from Flying Saucer Attack. A solid and creative album that brings together different elements of their dreamy yet distinct shoegaze sound. Underneath a few of the tracks is a constant mumbling drone to keep you on edge and this quietly influential ...view item »

Feral Ohms
Feral Ohms

Feral Ohms is a trio with ferocious members drawn from bands like Comets On Fire, Drunk Horse and Nudity. This self-titled debut album is a dirty slab of rock music done right, e.g. ...view item »

Warp Transmission
Tamam Shud

Warp Transmission are a Finnish group who are deadly serious about fiercely-blasted dark psychedelia. Taman Shud, which was first released as a cassette, is so full of overdrive, effects and distortion that the textures start to mutate into something alien. Remastered for CD and vinyl and released by Creepy Crawl. Pow!...view item »

Vermont
II

Sophomore efforts are always difficult, but Vermont simply continues where they left off. On II, German synthesizer-whisperers Marcus Wogull and Danilo Plessow (from Motor City Drum Ensemble) once again show a world brimming with vintage analog electronics, wh...view item »

Pond
The Weather

Pond present The Weather, a concept album dedicated to their hometown of Perth and its colonial city brethren around the world. It has a bright and exciting psychedelic flavour: you can almost hear the influence of their producer, Tame Impala...view item »

Lecherous Gaze
One Fifteen

Lecherous Gaze are a total hard rock & roll band from California, featuring alumni from bands like Witch, Saviours and Annihilation Time. One Fifteen is a heavy and psychy set from a bunch of guys who live, eat and breath hard rock. Chugging riffs and flaring solos ...view item »

The Wytches
All Your Happy Life

Second album from The Wytches, the darkly psychedelic English rock and roll band. All Your Happy Life manages to sound groovy and guitar-gnarly even while the band seem lashed with despair. All Your Happy Life was recorded and mixed by a Grinderman (in the form of Jim Sclavunos...view item »

Kuro
Kuro

Kuro are a duo made up of Lyon-based Agathe Max, and Bristol-based Gareth Turner. Both of whom have more than enough extensive musical knowledge to create the progressive and intuitive record also called Kuro- a dark and deep mix of ambient and psychedel...view item »

The Bevis Frond
Bevis Through The Looking Glass

Bevis Through The Looking Glass was the third album by Londoner, Nick Saloman's band The Bevis Frond and was originally released in 1987. It features guitar solos that would make J Mascis jealous and catchy melodies to make The Beatles rethink their status, all wrapped in a big psychedelic blanket....view item »

Kiran Leonard
Bowler Hat Soup

Boyish new crooner Kiran Leonard brings out his debut LP of sentimental singer-songwriter psychedelia this week on Hand of Glory. A writer of heartfelt songs with a bold, plangent delivery over a widescreen bedroom-indie backing, Leonard has, at the tender age of 18, come up...view item »

Moon Duo
Circles

Moon Duo have long since shaken off the pesky “side-project” tag that plagues anybody who’s in another more famous band, and are here dropping their third full-length LP and s...view item »

Neu!
Neu!

Neu! were formed by Michael Rother and Klaus Dinger after the pair left Kraftwerk. Their eponymous debut was released in 1972. Opener “Hallogallo” is a 10-minute long repetitive beat with manipulated guitar sounds floating over the top. They neatened up the metronomic clack that fellow Krautrockers, ...view item »

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