Sky Burrow Tales – Seafarin’ & Backporchin’

Travel across seas, through forests and into the stars, all while never leaving your home, with Sky Burrow Tales’ transportive debut full-length, Seafarin’ & Backporchin.’ Coming out on Feathered Coyote Records on February 5th, this album features swampy kosmiche soundscapes with melty Steve HIllage-like guitar solos, sitar-kissed acid folk meditations and laidback interstellar jams. EachContinue reading “Sky Burrow Tales – Seafarin’ & Backporchin’”

East River Caviar – How Asphalt Ages

East River Caviar’s debut slab of rural psychedelia, How Asphalt Ages, is as serene and stoic as the first magenta moments of an early winter sunrise. Hailing from Connecticut, ERC is made up of two guitarists, Sam Boston and Brendan Casey, who weave together tight fuzzed-up fantasias with nothing but their electric axes, bass andContinue reading “East River Caviar – How Asphalt Ages”

Song Premiere: “Shop Soiled” by Dead Sea Apes, Adam Stone and Black Tempest

It’s no surprise that the forced isolation of Covid and lack of shows have produced some spirited home-recorded albums and remote collaborations, but Dataland by Dead Sea Apes, Adam Stone and Black Tempest might be one of the best of the bunch thus far. Synths gurgle and throb over cold drones and mechanical beats allContinue reading “Song Premiere: “Shop Soiled” by Dead Sea Apes, Adam Stone and Black Tempest”

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”

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”

Single Premiere: “Rêve d’une Femme” by Alien Lizard

Gdańsk’s Alien Lizard has returned to grace our ears with their unique take on chilled-out psychedelia via their latest single, “Rêve d’une Femme.” Check out this hypnotic new track’s equally mind-bending video below: This new song, which is the lead single from the upcoming record, Veux​-​tu la Vie, swirls and saunters like a wine-drunk BrianContinue reading “Single Premiere: “Rêve d’une Femme” by Alien Lizard”

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 Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Gugu (video)

It’s Friday, so get comfy and lose yourself in the psychedelic surrealism of The Choppy Bumpy Peaches’ Jodorowsky-esque video for their latest single, “Gugu.” The video is every bit as hypnotic, strange and doom-y as the track itself. If you dig what you hear, you can buy the track right now. -KH

Primary Mystical Experience – Space Dust

Drift your way into the sonic nebula that is Primary Mystical Experience’s aptly titled Space Dust. Like a minimalist hybrid of Ashra and Phaedra-era Tangerine Dream, this record transports you into a rich cosmic soundscape through the use of nothing but modular synthesizers. Each track is filled with waves of chromatic pulses that cruise through pools ofContinue reading “Primary Mystical Experience – Space Dust”

Prana Crafter and ragenap – No Ear to Hear

You’d have a difficult time finding a songwriter who’s words were as elemental and cosmically transportive than Robert Hunter. Through just a few stanzas, the Grateful Dead lyricist could easily beam a listener from a place of intense introspection to a windswept rocky shore on some obscure corner of the globe (or on another planet),Continue reading “Prana Crafter and ragenap – No Ear to Hear”