Dire Wolves – Grow Towards The Light

Jeffrey Alexander is an unstoppable force of talent, with a seemingly bottomless well of ideas. This well has been a consistent source of some of the most creative music of the last 20 years. Dire Wolves, one his latest artistic outlets, is already about 24-25 releases deep (according to Discogs, anyway) and each one offersContinue reading “Dire Wolves – Grow Towards The Light”

Happy Birthday to Miles Davis, Levon Helm and Jaki Liebezeit

If it didn’t bump right into Memorial Day, I’d say that we should make an international holiday on May 26th to celebrate the birth of these three musical geniuses. For now though, let’s remember these three true giants of music with these great performances: Miles Davis – Live in Vienna 1973 The Band – LiveContinue reading “Happy Birthday to Miles Davis, Levon Helm and Jaki Liebezeit”

Possum – The Hills (Video)

Possum’s upcoming Space Grade Assembly record is gonna be a scorcher for sure. With unhinged guitars chugging out monstrous riffs and shooting out acidic leads like a pulsar blasting jets of hot astral energy, Possum has already proven themselves to be a fierce cosmic storm with this single track alone. Just check out the wildlyContinue reading “Possum – The Hills (Video)”

March Roundup (Part 1)

Seeing that we’ve just sprung forward (2019 is zipping by, isn’t it?) let’s check in on some old RCU favs as well as a few newbies in another roundup! Prana Crafter – MindStreamBlessing As you might have read here previously at RCU, Pacific Northwestern musician Prana Crafter (AKA Will Sol) dropped one of the bestContinue reading “March Roundup (Part 1)”

Naujawanan Baidar – Volume 1

Sit yourself under a crimson sun, close your eyes and get lost in your own head as you sway to the mesmerizing rhythms of Naujawanan Baidar.  N.R. Safi (AKA Nic Rayne), the leader of The Myrrors (one of the top acid rock groups of today, in my opinion) conceived NB as a partial homage toContinue reading “Naujawanan Baidar – Volume 1”

Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O – Electric Dream Ecstasy [Acid Rock/Space Rock/Experimental Rock]

For over 20 years, Acid Mothers Temple, through a multitude of different line-ups, side projects and collaborations, helped pioneer the current revival of psychedelic rock. The most recent addition to the group’s intimidatingly dense discography is the totally game-changing Electric Dream Ecstasy. The Brazilian label Essence Music, released EDE on limited CD, limited black vinyl andContinue reading “Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O – Electric Dream Ecstasy [Acid Rock/Space Rock/Experimental Rock]”