Tess Parks Announces New LP and Debuts New Single, “Happy Birthday Forever”

After a brief hiatus, psychedelic singer-songwriter Tess Parks dropped a new single, “Happy Birthday Forever,” today to announce her next solo album, And Those Who Were Seen Dancing, on Fuzz Club Records and Hand Drawn Dracula. Check it out below: Available on May 20th, this record finds the London-based artist getting her groove back afterContinue reading “Tess Parks Announces New LP and Debuts New Single, “Happy Birthday Forever””

Garcia Peoples – Dodging Dues

Dodging Dues proves that the possibilities are still endless when it comes to Garcia Peoples’ sonic horizons. Garcia Peoples have had a prolific output over the last few years, with each release documenting a different facet or a new stage in the evolution of their ever mutating sound. However, this record might be the biggestContinue reading “Garcia Peoples – Dodging Dues”

Color Green – So Far Behind

Color Green is back with the smoothly mellow “So Far Behind.” Color Green is a Californian cosmic folk rock group fronted by Noah Kohll and Corey Madden, and their dreamy debut EP was one of the top releases of the last year. On their new single, their production may be a little more polished, butContinue reading “Color Green – So Far Behind”

Song Premiere: “Light Cones” by White Manna

With “Light Cones,” White Manna prove themselves once again to be a major mercurial force within the world of modern psychedelic rock. Check it out below: “Light Cones” is a whirling cyclone of interstellar rock and a massive highlight from White Manna’s upcoming LP, First Welcome, which will be co-released by Centripetal Force and CardinalContinue reading “Song Premiere: “Light Cones” by White Manna”

Aaron Dooley – Ütiwaah

Aaron Dooley becomes the very definition of cosmic music on his latest release, Ütiwaah. For the last few years, the Colorado-dwelling Dooley has been forging deeply astral sounds under his own name and while in the band Osmium House. On this track, he reaches entirely new interstellar horizons with the help of a large crewContinue reading “Aaron Dooley – Ütiwaah”

Old Million Eye – The Incandescent Switch

If you’re in need of some music that is cosmic to the core, then Old Million Eye’s The Incandescent Switch is the record for you. Fronted by Brian Lucas, whom you may also know from Dire Wolves, Old Million Eye constructs vast soundscapes out of dense layers of ethereal keyboards and astral guitar. The musicContinue reading “Old Million Eye – The Incandescent Switch”

Howlin Rain – The Dharma Wheel

Howlin Rain’s latest effort, The Dharma Wheel, is the band’s most fully realized hallucinogenic take on roots rock, and boy, does it ever slam. It’s too bad the term “cosmic American music” was already taken and applied to a different style, because it could also be the perfect description for the sound of this record.Continue reading “Howlin Rain – The Dharma Wheel”

New Garcia Peoples: “Cold Dice” > “Tough Freaks” > “Stray Cats”

*Photo by Mayuko Fujino Garcia Peoples is a band that never ceases to evolve. Each release finds the group expanding their sound and exploring new and daring directions. This has never been more clear than with their upcoming album, Dodging Dues, which comes out January 14, 2022, on No Quarter Records. With Superwolves’ Matt SweeneyContinue reading “New Garcia Peoples: “Cold Dice” > “Tough Freaks” > “Stray Cats””

Howlin Rain – “Don’t Let The Tears” (Live at Palomino) Video

Kick off your weekend right by boogieing to this live in-studio video of Howlin Rain’s latest single, “Don’t Let The Tears,” from their upcoming banger of an album, The Dharma Wheel: The song’s fried solos and sly grooves are made for good times and ooze with an undeniable coolness. This slick vibe is only reinforcedContinue reading “Howlin Rain – “Don’t Let The Tears” (Live at Palomino) Video”

August 2021 Roundup

We are inching closer and closer into autumn, so we are inching ourselves closer and closer to our breezy acid folk and Brit folk LPs more and more. However, before we reach that wonderful stage of the year, it’s time to review some of the other killer releases we dug this summer. PLUS! All ofContinue reading “August 2021 Roundup”