Interview with Tambourinen’s Grant Beyschau

Grant Beyschau of The Myrrors released a total kosmische monster of a solo album on cassette back in May under the name Tambourinen. Earlier this month, the great people at Centripetal Force and Cardinal Fuzz Records did the lord’s work by reissuing it onto vinyl. Wooden Flower is a riff-fueled interstellar trip of howling gutsyContinue reading “Interview with Tambourinen’s Grant Beyschau”

Prana Crafter – MorphoMystic

On Prana Crafter’s latest record, William Sol seems to be channeling and processing the storm of today’s societal and worsening environmental climate through his guitar playing. . The ever astral Sol treats the album as one long, continuous song. Each track seamlessly flows into one another, as if we’re being guided through a single meditativeContinue reading “Prana Crafter – MorphoMystic”

Dire Wolves – The Compleat Trancing Master

“We want you to get out of your heads,” states the liner notes in Dire Wolves’ new massive collection of rarities and unreleased recordings. Throughout this 3-CD set, Jeffrey Alexander and co. not only accomplish this, they blast listeners straight out of their COVID-isolated homes, up through the atmosphere and into another galaxy. Across theContinue reading “Dire Wolves – The Compleat Trancing Master”

White Manna – ARC

There is no band quite like White Manna, and never has that ever been more clear than on their mind-blistering new album, ARC. Since 2012, White Manna has been an ever-developing entity, consistently pushing the boundaries of genres and music itself and proving time and time again that they are a true embodiment of theContinue reading “White Manna – ARC”

Michael C. Sharp – Trip Further

Michael C. Sharp’s Trip Further is a voyage through vast oceans of cosmic keyboards and astral guitars that Harmonia would have been proud of. Sharp, a Texan multi-instrumentalist and one of the main heads behind Sungod, has gone above and beyond to create a collection of soundscapes that feel both profoundly exploratory and effortlessly relaxing. Songs likeContinue reading “Michael C. Sharp – Trip Further”

Tarotplane – The Feedback Sutras

On the days that you just wish you could be on any other planet than Earth, Tarotplane is the artist to listen to. His guitar and synth meanderings can, without fail, transport you through space and alien worlds. The excellent Feedback Sutras is certainly no exception. The record is built out of two sprawling guitar andContinue reading “Tarotplane – The Feedback Sutras”

TENGGER – Nomad

TENGGER have returned to ease your mind and bring you some much needed peace with the soothing Nomad.  The South Korean/Japanese wedded couple that make up TENGGER are extremely adept at crafting music that feels both natural and electronic with a deeply spiritual core. The songs on this new record are perhaps the greatest example ofContinue reading “TENGGER – Nomad”

Dire Wolves – Flow & Heady

Flow & Heady shows us a heavier, fiercer side of the Dire Wolves Just Exactly Perfect Sisters Band’s sound, and it’s very much welcomed. Recorded in September at The Festival Of Endless Gratitude in Copenhagen, Jeffrey Alexander and his gang are joined here by Bell Lungs on vocals, violin and bird calls and The Myrrors’Continue reading “Dire Wolves – Flow & Heady”

Mosses – T.V. Sun

T.V. Sun by Mosses is certainly one of the most surreal, hallucinogenic records of the year…and likely of the last decade. Mosses is just one of the many recent projects of multi-instrumentalist, Ryan Jewell. You may know of Jewell from providing dynamic drumming for the likes of Ryley Walker, Chris Forsyth and Elkhorn (to nameContinue reading “Mosses – T.V. Sun”

Dire Wolves – I Just Wasn’t Made For These Set Times

The latest in a trilogy of albums, which were all sourced from the same sessions, I Just Wasn’t Made for These Set Times is the Dire Wolves (Just Exactly Perfect Sisters Band) at the top of their game. I have always found that the Dire Wolves were one of the few modern bands that genuinely channeled theContinue reading “Dire Wolves – I Just Wasn’t Made For These Set Times”