Acid Mothers Temple & Infinity Rising Zero / Perhaps – (split)

For a heavy macro dose of wild cosmic jams, look no further than the new split release by Acid Mothers Temple & Infinity Rising Zero and Perhaps. Released today by Centripetal Force Records for US orders and Riot Season for UK/European buyers, this split features a pairing made in acid rock heaven. Acid Mothers TempleContinue reading “Acid Mothers Temple & Infinity Rising Zero / Perhaps – (split)”

Greta Ruth – The Fawn

Some of the most intimate and delicate music you’ll likely encounter this year is Greta Ruth’s stunning collection of songs, The Fawn, which will see its first cassette release on American Dreams Records this week. Originally released on Corrector Records, The Fawn was recorded last year but its songs were all written between 2012 andContinue reading “Greta Ruth – The Fawn”

Howlin Rain – “Don’t Let The Tears” (Live at Palomino) Video

Kick off your weekend right by boogieing to this live in-studio video of Howlin Rain’s latest single, “Don’t Let The Tears,” from their upcoming banger of an album, The Dharma Wheel: The song’s fried solos and sly grooves are made for good times and ooze with an undeniable coolness. This slick vibe is only reinforcedContinue reading “Howlin Rain – “Don’t Let The Tears” (Live at Palomino) Video”

Smoke Bellow – Open for Business

On Open for Business, Smoke Bellow prove themselves to be absolute masters of musical hybridization. Released today on Trouble in Mind Records, Smoke Bellow’s Open for Business is a colorful pop record that cherry picks various tasty elements from a variety of contrasting styles, and melts them together into a totally new and wildly entertainingContinue reading “Smoke Bellow – Open for Business”

The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 54: Autumn Music for Autumn People

Tonight on Dunebuggyradio.com, we’re celebrating fall a little early. Tune in at 8PM EST/7PM EST to hear the earthy autumnal sounds of rare British and psychedelic folk music, plus a new single by Allysen Callery with Myles Baer and classic gems by the likes of Sandy Denny and Mountain Home. Don’t miss it. If youContinue reading “The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 54: Autumn Music for Autumn People”

Grandbruit – L’équilibre est Nécessaire

Armed with just an electric guitar and a few effects pedals, Grandbruit crafted a peaceful stream of ambient sound that is as stoic and calm as a winter day in the plains. Crafted during the depths of Montreal’s cold season, L’équilibre est Nécessaire is rich with icy celestial tones that wouldn’t appear out of placeContinue reading “Grandbruit – L’équilibre est Nécessaire”

Body/Dilloway/Head – s/t

As Body/Dilloway/Head, Aaron Dilloway, Kim Gordon and Bill Nace create dense patchworks of distortion and manipulated tapes on their upcoming trio collaboration on Three Lobed Recordings. Set to be released on November 19th as another addition to Three Lobed’s 20th anniversary series (with preorders starting today), Body/Dilloway/Head’s self-titled LP is made up of three sprawlingContinue reading “Body/Dilloway/Head – s/t”

Moebius/Rother/Story – Moebius Strips: Strip 30 

All kosmische musik fans need to hear the first single by Neu! and Harmonia’s Michael Rother and Tim Story, from Moebius Strips, an upcoming tribute to electronic music pioneer, Dieter Moebius. Moebius Strips is a “multichannel audio installation” piece curated by Story in homage to the legendary Moebius, who helped to change the face of GermanContinue reading “Moebius/Rother/Story – Moebius Strips: Strip 30 “

Future Museums – Harpoon of Sunlight

For a luminous listen that’ll reset your mind and soul, seek out Harpoon of Sunlight, by Future Museums. Being the first vinyl release on Aural Canyon, you know this record has to be special, but this might just be the strongest and most varied album the label has released in some time. Throughout the LP,Continue reading “Future Museums – Harpoon of Sunlight”

August 2021 Roundup

We are inching closer and closer into autumn, so we are inching ourselves closer and closer to our breezy acid folk and Brit folk LPs more and more. However, before we reach that wonderful stage of the year, it’s time to review some of the other killer releases we dug this summer. PLUS! All ofContinue reading “August 2021 Roundup”