Garcia Peoples – 10-10-2019 Nublu, NYC

While Garcia Peoples’ studio work has been nothing short of revelatory, it’s their reputation as a live act that may be the biggest factor behind their quickly growing fanbase. No matter the setting, they never cease to melt faces and blow minds with their boundless riffage and sharp improvisational skills. The evening of October 10th,Continue reading “Garcia Peoples – 10-10-2019 Nublu, NYC”

Caedmon – S/T

Caedmon’s self-titled debut record is perhaps one of the strangest and yet most alluring entries in the acid folk genre. So much was riding against this band, it’s truly a wonder that an album was released at all. Firstly, the band sang Christian-inspired lyrics before “Christian music” was a popular genre. Secondly, their whimsical esotericContinue reading “Caedmon – S/T”

The Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Gugu (video)

It’s Friday, so get comfy and lose yourself in the psychedelic surrealism of The Choppy Bumpy Peaches’ Jodorowsky-esque video for their latest single, “Gugu.” The video is every bit as hypnotic, strange and doom-y as the track itself. If you dig what you hear, you can buy the track right now. -KH

Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin – Tenebre Soundtrack Tour

If you’re a fan of Italian prog rock or cult horror films, then the legend that is Goblin needs no introduction. For the uninitiated, Goblin is responsible for some of the most striking and incredibly memorable horror soundtracks of all time. In many cases, like with Dario Argento’s Suspiria and Profondo Rosso, the cult popularity andContinue reading “Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin – Tenebre Soundtrack Tour”

The Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus

If there is one band that is enjoyably hard to pinpoint or define, it’s The Choppy Bumpy Peaches. Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus finds the Luxembourgian group concocting a doomy, mind-altering blend of hard psychedelia, gothic post-punk and dark space rock. This uniquely merged sound is perfectly represented by the album cover, withContinue reading “The Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus”

Mandrake Paddle Steamer – Pandemonium Shadow Show

Mandrake Paddle Steamer were one of the countless UK underground bands that crept about in undeserving obscurity during the heady transitional period between psychedelic rock and prog during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. Over the last several decades, the group slowly developed a cult following, despite the fact that they only officially released aContinue reading “Mandrake Paddle Steamer – Pandemonium Shadow Show”