Saturday, April 30, 2011

The Atomic Bitchwax


"The Atomic Bitchwax are a rock/jam band formed in a basement during the mid 90s by then 25 year olds Chris Kosnik of Atlantic records "Godspeed" and Ed Mundell of A&M records "Monster Magnet" from Long Branch, New Jersey. The bands first two albums, I and II, had a heavy psychedelic sound with roughly half of their songs containing only minimal vocals and the rest were instrumental... Their music is a combination of 60s psychedelic rock, and 70s riff rock filtered though the progressive rock influences of today..." - Last.fm

Mammatus


"Taking their name from the heaviest cloud found on our home planet, Mammatus harness instruments and amplifiers with the brave intent of transforming the natural beauty and massive fury that lies in the earth into acoustic energy. Using crude, self taught methods of instrumentation, they bang away for long periods of time employing ridiculously heavy riffs paired with harrowing widdly wah your face off guitar wankery, brain bending electric noodling, and ogre-esque drum bashing..." - Last.fm

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Liquid Visions - Endless Plasmatic Childhood Overdose (2000)


"3 extended live recorded psychedelic space rock jams from Berlin based band featuring ex-members of Growing Seeds and Weltraumstaunen. Contains a version of Hawkwinds Masters of the universe" - Psychedelic Music

Musica Transonic - Hard Rock Transonic (2002)


"MUSICA TRANSONIC were formed by three ardent, impressing individualities under Japanese psychedelic rock scene - Asahito NANJOH (bass; ex-High Rise), Makoto KAWABATA (guitar; ex-Acid Mothers Temple), and Tatsuya YOSHIDA (drums; ex-Ruins) - as an improvised, free-styled psychedelic progressive rock outfit in 1995. They have very unique style that each player produces heavy, loud, confusing psychedelia based on simple riffs with insistence on musical attitude and with support of the others, simultaneously..." - Prog Archives

Monday, April 25, 2011

Jesus With Me


"Somewhere in the late 90’s 4 Russians met in NYC and formed this jam group for the higher spirit, following the road and/or spirits of Amon Düül I, Faust, High Rise, Keiji Haino and Ya Ho Wha 13. And the music indeed has the mad fuzz, bass, noise wall psychedelic extremeness of some Japanese psych (Acid Temple, High Rise, White Heaven, some of Haino’s groups), and some spiritual musical breakthrough with the music focus of YaHoWha 13, some slightly chaotic trippy patterns of Amon Düül I, mixed with an improvisational focus of the more advanced experimental Kraut in general. The guitars are penetrating in its improvising towards the infinite, with fuzz noise that keeps up the trippy effect, while the bass is almost swimming while moving-mountains-wise, with the drum in a freeformed slamming mania..." - Last.fm

Friday, April 22, 2011

Major Stars


"full-on hard rock jams, featuring extended skronky guitar solos, wah-wah-inflected Hendrix-ian guitar solos, piercing metallic guitar solos, and what-on-earth-is-that-noise guitar solos..." - AllMusic

Monday, April 18, 2011

The Heads


"In the early 90's, in a back street garage somewhere in Bristol, Simon, Hugo, Wayne and founding member Dave Spencer would jam for hours and then retire to Simons house for tea and a 'chat' until we could barely communicate. These were happy days and we really didn't give a fuck about anything other than getting in that garage, away from the scum outside, and turning those amps up to 11..." - MySpace

Friday, April 15, 2011

Abunai! - Round-Wound (2000)


"For their 3rd album, Abunai! took some of their best recorded jams and improv sessions and strung together a 'Tago Mago'-inspired tapestry of deep, flowing psych-rock and space madness. Great sounds for driving, or for mapping inner-world topographies..." - Bandcamp

Khmury - Live in Avant (2010)


"Instrumental set than soon yields to a decelerating passage than recalls the Twin Peaks theme, deliberately or not, lightly enough that it owns the musical passage but also with enough atmosphere to put you straight into the surreal headspace of Lynch's pine forests complete with a chilly tension... swirl, pummel, soar and pound past in a pretty triumphant mix of post-rock and a range of harder stuff that feels good to bang your head into... sound of an overdriven  amp and the most guttural Sabbath worshipping punishment capable of being dealt out by the band, with more of that savage lead guitar work crawling and scrawling across it's face... hyperblast cosmic carnage, taking in some classic rock riffs, fills and some bad-ass basslines, all captured crystal clear off the desk and synched to perfection.." - Last.fm

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Comets on Fire


"Comets on Fire are psychedelic rock band that have a heavy emphasis on the 'rock' part of the equation... At this point they sounded like noisy proto-metal, heavily influenced by The Stooges, MC5, Black Sabbath, and Hawkwind... Their music is very jam based and loose but it rarely meanders and gets boring. They also use the echoplex frequently, adding to their spacey sound. Any fans of space rock, especially Hawkwind and Acid Mothers Temple, should give Comets on Fire a try. Those who want some trippy prog rock, but with a powerful drive and sludgy riffs should also apply..." - Prog Archives

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Bevis Frond - Acid Jam (1988)


"Jam sessions recorded with various people around 1988. Includes a long improvisation with the Outskirts of Infinity, a Jam with Martin Crowley and mates, and a Bevis solo piece..." - Bandcamp

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Live Experience Band


Tribute to Jimi Hendrix by Peet Shaw and his Live Experience Band in form of noisy acid jams. Wah-wah freak out!

Chicken Bones - Hardrock in Concert (1975)


"The title of Chicken Bones’ album Hardrock In Concert (1975) says it all! There are six “very hard rocking tracks” included therein, performed in the good old tradition of the early seventies heavy progressive scene. Most of the album is instrumental..." - Last.fm

Friday, April 8, 2011

Peter Green - The End of the Game (1970)


"Peter Green (born Peter Allen Greenbaum on 29 October 1946 in London, England) is an influential blues guitarist and founder of Fleetwood Mac and Peter Green Splinter Group.... From 1970 to 1974, Peter played some sessions, and worked with several small bands, as well as releasing two solo singles and an album of extended jams, The End of the Game..." - Last.fm

Renzoku Shasatsuma - Shibuya Yaneura (1978)


"Power trio from Kyoto, Japan that released a live LP called “Shibuya Yaneura” recorded on March 26th 1978." - Last.fm

Monday, April 4, 2011

Sweet Smoke


"Their music is one of the most loosely arranged happy-hippy-rock, very "jammy" as well as being very jazz-tinged also. Their average tune was 20 min long..." - Prog Archives

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Cream - Blues Addict (1967)


Heaviest and trippiest Cream live album recorded October 15th, 1967 on Grande Ballroom, Detroit. Lots of feedback and solos. Freak Out!

Food Brain - Social Gathering (1970)


"Social Gathering by Food Brain is a 1970 one-off jam record by a Japanese psych/prog “supergroup” consisting of guitarist Shinki Chen (Speed, Glue & Shinki), bassist Luis Kabe (The Golden Cups), organist Hiro Yanagida (Apryl Fool), and drummer Hiro Tsunada (Strawberry Path)..." - Last.fm

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