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Electric Moon
Hugodelia

Recorded on an emotional evening in Feldkirch, Austria, in 2018 by German acid-rock act Electric Moon, Hugodelia is one of the greatest live albums this tight-knit group has ever produced. Over a dozen albums’ worth of experience in generating intricately woven yet unpretentious psychedelia has gone into a mesmerising performance! 
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UFO Över Lappland
UFO Över Lappland

UFO Över Lappland is a somewhat more literal name than it first appear to be (emphasis on the 'somewhat', mind). This group are actually from Lappland, and we understand how witnessing the majesty of the Aurora Borealis day in, day out might lead one to wonder every now and then if they were the work of some extraterrestrial beings. As for the music of this, their debut LP? With a name like that it was always going to be stoner rock.
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Sherpa
Tigris & Euphrates

Blissed-out Sherpa return to psych label Sulatron with Tigris & Euphrates. The Italian band’s second album slows down the pace of their triptastic, Krauty, East-gazing style. Though the melodic style is in a different tradition, they texturally almost come across like slowcore post-rock (Zelienople or Labradford) in the quietest sections.
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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, Psychedelic Monsterjam, Weltraumstaunen and Suedstern44. His long-awaited Sula Bassana album, Dark Days, is an embracing psychedelic soup of fuzz guitars, organ, synth and insistent rhythms. CD on Sulatron.

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 final part of a trilogy) is a grandiose project. And sure enough, the big bold tracks of OMEGA will take you on a trip all around the cosmos, with krautrock pulsations as your guide. On Sulatron.

Sula Bassana
Shipwrecked

On Shipwrecked, Sula Bassana uses an impressive selection of vintage gear to produce a singular take on deutsche elektronische musik. For this CD on Sulatron he references the past with an eye on the future. Mastered by krautrock icon Eroc, this is heady stuff. The artwork’s epic science-fiction vista should be enough to let you know what you’re in for.  

Zone Six
Zone Six

Zone Six’s very first album, self-titled and released in miniature quantities in the late 90’s, here receives a reissue! From the start, Zone Six were all about electronically-enhanced spacerock and the improvisation thereof, and this session reaches some seriously deep and heavy places. This is the rarer first version of Zone Six, without vocals. Reissued by Sulatron.
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Strobe
Bunker Sessions

Active from 1990 to 2001, Hertfordshire based band Strobe were renowned as one of the best space/psych rock bands ever. Here we have a previously unreleased album that was recorded in 1994 (around the same time as their 3rd album), recorded in a single session with no overdubs, so as close to “live” and raw as you get.
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Cobra Family Picnic
Magnetic Anomaly

New Sulatron / Cardinal Fuzz doings for you tenacious psychlords to dig into: Arizona's Cobra Family Picnic have been hanging around with all the best and brightest and most stoned contemporary psych bands, and now they follow up their EP with a full-grown album. It's noisy and turgid and ever-so weird, going in for the long, hypnotic squalor of bands like Suicide and Les Rallizes Denudes. Garage messiness shrouded in a smoky fire.
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Sula Bassana
Organ Accumulator

Bangs, whirrs and everything else on display here. The decade-deep Krautrocker conjures John Carpenter, Neu!, Massive Attack and the rest on this set of slow burners. ‘Nebelschwaden’ sounds a bit like Vangelis. CD edition on Sulatron comes in a 100% recycled sleeve and features tracks from the previously-vinyl-only Disappear. The wax is splatter vinyl pressed in an edition of 500 copies on Deep Distance.

Sun Dial
Made In The Machine

Dave Schmidt of Electric Moon and Interkosmos runs Sulatron Records and brings Neo-Psych to the forefront, the latest offering is the UK’s Gary Ramon fronted project Sun Dial returning with a follow up to their 2012 album Mind Control. They’ve been travelling through psych-space for 26 years, so are your perfect guides.
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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’s monochrome desert requires. Released by Sulatron.

Minami Deutsch
Minami Deutsch

Beware: krautrock is on its way back. And this time, it’s coming from Japan. None-to-subtly indicating their inclinations in their nomenclature, Minami Deutsch combine Japanese thoroughness with German thoroughness. The result is a hypnotically straightforward debut, with tireless drum(computer)s carrying distorted vocals and wavy bass lines.

Astral Son
Mind's Eye

Near regressive psych from Astral Son, a solo project by Dutch artist Leonardo. Sticking firmly to early Gong and the full blown 70s psych sound roots, no fancy schmancy new age production or instrumentation here, just a goooood and looooong trip. A purist’s delight. CD released on Sulatron Records.
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Sherpa
Tanzlinde

Sherpa are an Italian band who manage to be a damn sight more genuinely ‘psychedelic’ than a lot of bands who use the term. That’s probably because they don’t just lean hard on the fuzz pedals: they have eerily soft passages and touches of traditional Eastern musics as well, all impressively combined. Debut album Tanzlinde is out on Sulatron.
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Interkosmos
Hypnotizer

Interkosmos are a band who dearly long to be in outer space: specifically, space as conceptualised by 1960’s sci-fi films. How to get there? Through acid and psychedelic guitars of course! This album has been circulated online for some years, but this is the first proper (non-CDr) release, adding a bonus track for good measure. 500 CD copies on Sulatron.

Astral Son
Silver Moon

Astral Son’s album Silver Moon is, obviously, a psychedelic rock album (only metal has clearer genre signifiers). It’s a pretty premium one though, with the 60’s variety of psych evidently preferred: lots of dreamy vocals and shiny, colourful textures. Perfect for dropping out on a summer afternoon. CD release on Sulatron.
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Yuri Gagarin
At The Centre of All Infinity

Yuri Gagarin dive headfirst into the deep pool of psychedelic space-rock, blasting upwards and outwards in the direction of the kind of über-landscapes seen depicted on the album cover. Hawkwind fans will be happy with all these jams, which are centred by big riffs and boosted by cosmic effects. On Sulatron.

Otrovna Kristina
Otrovna Kristina

Otrovna Kristina are a Croatian hard-rock group, landing their debut full-length album on the Sulatron label after a digital self-release earlier in 2015. They certainly have the rock thing down, the Led Zeppelin-grade drums pounding out a bedrock for the riffs (and occasional scorching solos) to roam upon. CD on Sulatron.

Electric Moon
Theory of Mind

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

Electric Moon
Inferno

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