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”

The Record Crates United Mixtape Episode 15

Tune in to Dunebuggyradio.com tonight at 8pm EST for the latest episode of The Record Crates United Mixtape. I’ll be spinning tracks by the likes of Endless Boogie, Gene Clark, Primary Mystical Experience and many others. Drift in.

Free Moontime Band -FTMB

Armed with barbed riffs, tantalizing hooks and a pugnacious attitude, Chicago’s Free Moontime Band is a group that every acid rock fan could get behind. FTMB, which was released over Black Friday, is overflowing with gnarly garage scuzz, passages of spaced-out jamming and pure, raw nerve. Tracks like “Weekend Freakin” or “Rat” begin with primalContinue reading “Free Moontime Band -FTMB”

Plates of Cake – Decline and Fall

Brooklyn’s Plates of Cake is the best kind a group. The kind that sounds quite different on every song, while still retaining a voice that is uniquely their own. This is most evident on their brand new release, Decline and Fall.  From maudlin bedroom pop to Paisley Underground reinventions and the occasional mod-garage banger, this recordContinue reading “Plates of Cake – Decline and Fall”

Vetiver – Up On High

When you listen to Vetiver’s latest record, Up On High, you truly feel like you’ve come home. Andy Cabic may have formed Vetiver some 17 years ago, but this album proves that his talents haven’t aged a bit. Every song here hits the mark and hits it perfectly. Without question, Up On High is a showcaseContinue reading “Vetiver – Up On High”

Summer Worship: The Record Crates United Mixtape Summer Special on Dunebuggyradio.com Tonight @ 8pm EST

Tune in tonight at 8PM EST at http://dunebuggyradio.com and dig some summer grooves. We’ve got plenty of sounds of the season, including some sweltering jams, surreal surf rock, psychedelicized Afrobeat, and much more. You’ll want to crank this up to soundtrack your road trip, your beach party or your mind-expanding BBQ. Drift on in, won’t you? -KH

Reverends – The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday

On The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday, Atlanta’s Reverends blends sunny psychedelia with shoegaze’s droning iciness, which is perfectly represented by the cold and surreal album cover. Lead by Rev. Dandy Lee Strickland, the band cranks out melancholic dirges here that feel both isolated and yet also dreamy, like the after effects of a burned outContinue reading “Reverends – The Disappearing Dreams of Yesterday”

July Roundup – Part 2: Bitches in The Beehive, De Lorians, Hurricane Heart Attacks and More

July has been one hell of a great month for new music. We just had to squeeze in another one of these before it was over. August is already looking to be a cracking 4 weeks as well… Meadowsilver – “Hushabye Mountain” We may be in the middle of a heatwave, but that doesn’t meanContinue reading “July Roundup – Part 2: Bitches in The Beehive, De Lorians, Hurricane Heart Attacks and More”

July Roundup: The Blind Owls, Dangerbyrd, Minda Lacy and More

We’ve got a lot of ground to cover—no time for intros now! The Blind Owls – There Goes Your Girl Proving that you don’t need to be in the late 1960’s to create a perfect track for Nuggets, The Blind Owl’s excellent “There Goes My Girl” is a sweltering freak-beat sonic attack that you mightContinue reading “July Roundup: The Blind Owls, Dangerbyrd, Minda Lacy and More”

May Roundup: Ash & Herb, Steve Gunn & Harmonica Lewinski

If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen a few of these short reviews recently, but ICYMI, here’s a little roundup. Expect another roundup to follow later in the month with some completely new reviews. Ash & Herb – Salt Lick/Tables of Grass Fields If you have been digging the likes of PranaContinue reading “May Roundup: Ash & Herb, Steve Gunn & Harmonica Lewinski”