Ringwear Rock: An Interview with Jeffrey Alexander of The Heavy Lidders

If you’ve been a fan of modern underground psychedelic music within the last 20 or so years, chances are you’ve come across at least one band or project Jeffrey Alexander had a hand in. Whether it be the kosmische jams of Dire Wolves Just Exactly Perfect Sisters Band, or the elemental freak folk of BlackContinue reading “Ringwear Rock: An Interview with Jeffrey Alexander of The Heavy Lidders”

The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 50 with Osmium House and Tarotplane

Dune Buggy Radio took a well-deserved summer vacation this month, so we’ve been off the air for the last few weeks. However, we’re returning in style to celebrate our 50th episode, which will be airing on Dunebuggyradio.com tonight at 8pm Eastern/7pm Central.  To celebrate this milestone, we are honored to feature exclusive live sets byContinue reading “The Record Crates United Mixtape – Episode 50 with Osmium House and Tarotplane”

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”

June 2021 Roundup

June brought us some of the strongest releases of the year, so it was impossible to cover them all. However, here are a few others that we absolutely need to highlight before we dive into the month of July. Davide Cedolin – Embracing The Unknown On Embracing the Unknown, Davide Cedolin assembled a dreamy psych-folk soundscapeContinue reading “June 2021 Roundup”

Expo Seventy – Evolution

Need to have your synapses completely torched? Just try jamming out to the acid juggernaut that is Expo Seventy’s Evolution. Released on Essence Music in a variety of different editions and formats, including a special art edition (which features a unique color vinyl and cover variant, a bonus live CD-R and handmade wearable trippy glasses,Continue reading “Expo Seventy – Evolution”

Dancing With The Noise: A Conversation with Ben Chasny

(photo by Elisa Ambrogio) On June 25th, Three Lobed Recordings will release what is the twentieth full-length album by Six Organs of Admittance, The Veiled Sea. With acerbic electric guitar attacks, industrial dance beats and a total cacophony of punchy in-your-face sounds and effects, this might be the most striking and singular album within theContinue reading “Dancing With The Noise: A Conversation with Ben Chasny”

Dire Wolves Just Exactly Perfect Sisters Band – Lost Bolinas Sessions

If there was ever an artist that was perfect for a Bandcamp subscription, it’s Jeffrey Alexander. With a seemingly bottomless well of an archive with over 20 years’ worth of material from his solo ventures, various bands and side projects, you’ll certainly get the best bang for your hard-earned buck. Subscribers can gain access toContinue reading “Dire Wolves Just Exactly Perfect Sisters Band – Lost Bolinas Sessions”

Zarpa – Los 4 Jinetes del Apocalipsis

Originally recorded in 1977, Los 4 Jinetes del Apocalipsis, the debut album by Zarpa (AKA Zarpa Rock), an early Spanish heavy metal group, is a window-rattling blast of monster riffs and acid-induced darkness. Reissued onto vinyl for the first time by the great Guerssen Records, Los 4 Jinetes del Apocalipsis is an in the redContinue reading “Zarpa – Los 4 Jinetes del Apocalipsis”

March 2021 Roundup

Life’s been chugging right along here at RCU towers. The weather’s getting warmer, vaccines are rolling in and the possibilities for healthy and safe concerts seem to be just on the horizon. Despite all of the changes, we’ve still had our ears glued to the stereo with plenty of new and recent releases. Here’s aContinue reading “March 2021 Roundup”