More Klementines – Who Remembers Light

For a slow-burn kosmische assault to the senses, try More Klementines’ Who Remembers Light. This Connecticut band plays extended teeth-rattling jams that harken back to the gritty space rock sound of Guru Guru. Made up of Jon Schlesinger on guitar, lap steel and vocals, Steubs on mandolin, second guitar and bass and Michael Kiefer onContinue reading “More Klementines – Who Remembers Light”

Primordial Undermind – An Imaginal Abydos

An Imaginal Abydos is Primordial Undermind’s first new studio album in eleven years, but it’s also one of their best, proving that good things do indeed come to those who wait. Primordial Undermind is a long-running experimental rock outfit, started originally by Eric Arn in LA in the early 90s. Since then, the group hasContinue reading “Primordial Undermind – An Imaginal Abydos”

The Living Sky Launch Their Earthy Brand of Psychedelia with Their Debut Record and Live Video

Minnesota’s The Living Sky take Pink Floyd-like surrealism and the wild spirit of free-form Kosmische musik, and combines them with gritty shoegaze, frying all brains within earshot. The band, which consists of Jason Millard and Matthew Himes, creates howling cyclones of radiated fuzz, Psilocybin grooves and hazy motorik garage nuggets like some sort of SimplyContinue reading “The Living Sky Launch Their Earthy Brand of Psychedelia with Their Debut Record and Live Video”

Single Premiere: “See Through,” by Slow Dawn

Centripetal Force and Cardinal Fuzz Records have teamed up again to unleash yet another absolute cosmic ripper—Into The Machine Haus by Slow Dawn. Dropping on May 13th, but available today for preorder on extremely limited vinyl (250 copies!), this album is a roaring blast of darkly heavy acid rock. The Ottawa-based band funnels everything fromContinue reading “Single Premiere: “See Through,” by Slow Dawn”

Blue Rumble – s/t

Blue Rumble’s debut album is a glorious throwback to the period in the late ’60s and early ’70s when acid rock and prog first began to mutate together into the beast that would eventually come to be known as metal. Hailing from Zürich, Switzerland, Blues Rumble features Andrea Gelardini on guitar, Sébastien Métens on bass,Continue reading “Blue Rumble – s/t”

New Garcia Peoples: “Cold Dice” > “Tough Freaks” > “Stray Cats”

*Photo by Mayuko Fujino Garcia Peoples is a band that never ceases to evolve. Each release finds the group expanding their sound and exploring new and daring directions. This has never been more clear than with their upcoming album, Dodging Dues, which comes out January 14, 2022, on No Quarter Records. With Superwolves’ Matt SweeneyContinue reading “New Garcia Peoples: “Cold Dice” > “Tough Freaks” > “Stray Cats””

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)”

Blues Ambush – self-titled

When thunder ripples through the sky, the sea begins to froth and boil and all of the local kids stop dead in their tracks and boogie in a trance-like state, you know somebody near by is playing the new Blues Ambush album. For those that are unfamiliar, Blues Ambush is a monstrous power-trio from Philadelphia,Continue reading “Blues Ambush – self-titled”

Jeffrey Alexander & The Heavy Lidders – “Black Peter”

The upcoming self-titled album by Jeffrey Alexander’s psychedelic supergroup is overflowing with strong highlights. Today, they are sharing what is possibly the total cream of the crop, their version of Grateful Dead’s “Black Peter.” Check it out below: The Heavy Lidders is Alexander, of whom you may know from Dire Wolves, The Iditarod and BlackContinue reading “Jeffrey Alexander & The Heavy Lidders – “Black Peter””

Possum – Lunar Gardens

On their latest record, Lunar Gardens, Possum proves itself to be a major significant force within the current psychedelic rock universe. Hailing from Toronto, Possum has shown a great deal of growth since 2019’s Space Grade Assembly. They surf through the common ground shared between cosmic jazz, Krautrock and psychedelic pop with surprising ease. TheContinue reading “Possum – Lunar Gardens”