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Psychic Lemon
Psychic Lemon

Cambridge psych-rock released via Brighton’s Drone Rock label. The name Psychic Lemon really is a name to live up to, and this band happily deliver on their obligations. Wah, fuzz and reverb is draped all over these jams: proper tune-in-and-drop-out kind of stuff. And the record is pressed to, yep, ‘Psychic Lemon Yellow’ coloured vinyl.
  • Vinyl LP (DRR004)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Label(s):
  • Drone Rock Records

Sex Blender
Hormonizer

Sex Blender (what a name that is) are a bunch of psych-rockers from Ukraine. On new LP Hormonizer (also a great name) the Lviv-based quartet come through some top-quality instrumental rock numbers. Generally speaking the lengthy tracks here balance Sleep-inspired stoner metal with Krautish wig-outs. Listen loud for maximum Sex.
  • Vinyl LP (DRR022)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy
  • Label(s):
  • Drone Rock Records

Stereocilia
The Silence That Follows

So what John Scott does when he’s in Stereocilia mode is make a bunch of loops, drones and textures out of his electric guitar until he ends up with these really dense soundscapes. It’s a trick that he repeats on his excellent new LP The Silence That Follows. Anyone familiar with Cankun will know what we’re on about. There’s a bit of Tangerine Dream to this thing as well.
  • Vinyl LP (DRR023)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Label(s):
  • Drone Rock Records

Movion
Blank

Brighton’s Drone Rock Records continues to live up to its name by releasing music associated with a) one or more drones and b) rock. This time it’s instrumental trio Movion of Turin, Italy, stirring up a batch of psychedelic and slightly droney post-rock with the thrillingly-titled Blank. Better than naming it after the album track ‘Stereo Individuals’, I suppose.
  • Vinyl LP (DRR019)
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  • Limited edition

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). Templos contains four lengthy exercises in drone rock (who’d have thought, eh?) and rhythm-driven psych. It’s a cut above your average delays-and-drums affair - the beat work particularly interesting, bringing to mind a  combination of Neu! and Cankun.
  • Label(s):
  • Drone Rock Records

Caudal
Fight, Cry, Fight

Berlin-based post rock trio Caudal complete a loosely connected trilogy of albums with Fight, Cry, Fight. This one is released through Drone Rock Records, whilst previous albums, Forever In Another World and Ascension were released on Oaken Palace Records and Consouling Sounds respectively. Whilst you can expect their usual post-rock/krautrock experimentalism, here they come via more concise songs. It was expertly mastered by John McBain. Regardless of the facts laid bare here for you, this is probably worth buying for the cover alone.   
  • Vinyl LP (DRR015)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Last copy