Tony Leone, Scott Metzger, Jeff Hill – Sounds from the Bardo Vol. II

Turn off your mind and relax with the latest guided meditation/audio visual album released by the good folks at Psychedelic Sangha. Following up Prana Crafter’s soundscape on Sounds from the Bardo Volume I from December wasn’t going to be an easy, yet with music provided by a unique collaboration of bassist Jeff Hill (Steve Earle),Continue reading “Tony Leone, Scott Metzger, Jeff Hill – Sounds from the Bardo Vol. II”

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”

Song Premiere: “Pilgrim’s Progress” by White Manna

It’s no surprise that the next White Manna album will be a mind-scorcher, so I’m sure many of you are just itching to hear it. Thankfully, the band has been generous enough to let loose another preview track from Arc: the rippin’ “Pilgrim’s Progress” and its equally incandescent video. Give it a watch below and crank yourContinue reading “Song Premiere: “Pilgrim’s Progress” by White Manna”

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”

May 2020 Roundup

Man-oh-man, the physical and not-so-phsical record crates have been quite full over the last month. Here’s a quick run down of some of the sounds that have turned our heads and grabbed our ears over the last 30 days or so…  Munehiro Narita – Live Performance: San Francisco Let’s start things off with a bang,Continue reading “May 2020 Roundup”

Sadaharu Ohm – Last Ones Ever

If the trend of private press record collecting has taught us anything, is that some of the best, most unique sounds are often the ones that are the hardest to find. This is indeed the the case for Sadaharu Ohm’s epic rural psychedelic opus, Last Ones Ever, which sat shelved and totally unreleased for an entire decade.Continue reading “Sadaharu Ohm – Last Ones Ever”

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”

No Ear To Hear: Prana Crafter and ragenap’s Tribute to Robert Hunter

“Inspiration, move me brightly light the song with sense and color Hold away despair more than this I will not ask” -Robert Hunter The recent passing of the Grateful Dead’s lyricist, Robert Hunter, sent shockwaves throughout the world. Hunter’s poetic words have touched a multitude of lives over half a century in ways that fewContinue reading “No Ear To Hear: Prana Crafter and ragenap’s Tribute to Robert Hunter”

Bardo Pond – Adrop/Circuit VIII

Bardo Pond certainly needs no introduction here, but for anyone who’s is still uninitiated, they’re one of the greatest pioneering forces in modern acid rock. In the nearly 30 years since their debut, the band has helped to set the standard and push the boundaries for countless shoegaze, space and stoner rock acts that followed inContinue reading “Bardo Pond – Adrop/Circuit VIII”

Osmium House – Live at Glitter City

Yes, one of the greatest hopes for the future of acid rock, Denver’s own Osmium House, has returned with a head-spinning live album that’ll surely open up your third eye. The album is comprised of two sprawling improvised epics, “Twisting Mystic Minds of The Ministry” (Parts One and Two). Part One begins with synth moodscapesContinue reading “Osmium House – Live at Glitter City”