Spindrift – Songs From The Ancient Age

Spindrift is dangling a switchblade in your face with Songs From The Ancient Age. From the dusty goth swagger of “Red Reflection” to the dangerous acid nightmares of songs like “Oblivious” and “Diamonds,” this collection documents Spindrift’s 1999-2004 transition from East Coast sonic provocateurs to LA psych specters, proving in the process that they haveContinue reading “Spindrift – Songs From The Ancient Age”

The Record Crates United Mixtape Episode 3 on Dunebuggyradio.com Tonight @ 6pm EST

It’s that time once again folks! Please tune into http://dunebuggyradio.com to hear me throw on some dreamy folk, spiritual jazz and all sorts of kosmic jams that’ll surely make your brain very happy. -KH

May Roundup (Part 2): Dead Sea Apes,The Myrrors, The Janitors, and More

What a month it’s been for new music, especially within the psychedelic-tinted genres and sub-genres. Here’s an additional rundown for this month with many of our favorite new releases (most of which are from Cardinal Fuzz Records), new songs and videos. Dead Sea Apes – The Free Territory Dead Sea Apes are no strangers toContinue reading “May Roundup (Part 2): Dead Sea Apes,The Myrrors, The Janitors, and More”

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)”

The Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus

If there is one band that is enjoyably hard to pinpoint or define, it’s The Choppy Bumpy Peaches. Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus finds the Luxembourgian group concocting a doomy, mind-altering blend of hard psychedelia, gothic post-punk and dark space rock. This uniquely merged sound is perfectly represented by the album cover, withContinue reading “The Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus”

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”

Violet Nox – Twin Flame

If Violet Nox’s new two-track EP is anything to go by, the band is only getting stronger and more cosmic with each passing release. Opening Twin Flame is the enigmatic “Swan Pond,” which immediately grabs you and thrusts your mind onto a vibrant and surreal sonic journey. The song begins with a subtle electronic pulse, tickingContinue reading “Violet Nox – Twin Flame”

Frankie Teardrop Dead – All You Need is Love and Fucking Peace

As cool as night and as slick as a razor blade, Frankie Teardrop Dead is a modern psychedelic rock tribe that seriously deserves a devoted cult following. Already two albums deep, this relatively young British band has already found a strong footing and staked their own unique claim within the acid rock genre. When youContinue reading “Frankie Teardrop Dead – All You Need is Love and Fucking Peace”

Record Crates United: Now Playing (Episode 3)

You’re gonna want to crank this one up: Heinous Crimes – Lies Nematode – Bugs Spencer Robinson and The Wolf Spiders – Poisonous Berry Quimper – False Serpent Open Doors *With incidental music by the Harlem Pop Trotters and Brian Bennett & Alan Hawkshaw  

Lime Eyelid – Week of Wonders

Lime Eyelid is a brand new low-fidelity psychedelic solo project by Josh Schultz, the drummer of Traveling Circle (an acid rock/prog outfit from Brooklyn). Week of Wondersis a heavily textured, intimate do-it-yourself styled album of bedroom-recorded spacy rock soundscapes that conjures the twisted spirit of both Alexander Skip Spence and ‘90s DIY mavericks like R.Continue reading “Lime Eyelid – Week of Wonders”