Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Sleestak - The Fall of Altrusia (2009)


30 minute jam recorded live and edited by Entheogen. Manner of improvising out there in space resembles minimalist experiments of guitarist Manuel Göttsching who played in legendary krautrock bands Ash Ra Tempel and The Cosmic Jokers. Band is loosing in mind-altering psychedelic bliss. This is how euphoria inducing music sounds.

Gärden Sound - Black Summit (2010)


"When it comes to blown-out psychedelia, the first current band I want to hear is Eternal Tapestry. When it comes to desolate desert blues, that band is Barn Owl... “Black Summit” is their first charcoal-lined foray into the deep and if you can’t get lost in this haze, there’s not much hope. Desolation takes hold as the molasses drones take shape and form themselves into an unpassable mountain of debris. It’s mind-bending and cathartic; a sonic temple crushed to ash so it can rise again. Gärden Sound prove worthy opponents, ably standing on their own and stomping out their own trail toward the stars..." - Last.fm

Friday, October 14, 2011

Zen Guerilla - Plasmic Tears and the Invisible City (2002)


Psychedelic jam session for soundtrack to some movie about visuals of LSD trip so now you know what kind of music expect to hear.

Asteroid - Bigger then Asterix (2011)


Improvised jam by swedish stoner rock legends Asteroid.

Boogie Witch - Boogie Witch (2002)


Imagine jam session of Jimi Hendrix and Jim Morrison or freakouts of JPT Scare Band played in trashy punk style of Birds of Maya and you'll get this... noisiest brutal blues jams recorded live at Philadelphia's Silk City.

The Heavy Friends - Supernova (2010)


"The Heavy Friends is Japanese musician Takashi. Formed in 2010, Takashi continues to thrash out great psychedelic noise rock. A little bit Boris, My Bloody Valentine and Dinosaur Jr., this music is best listened to at the loudest setting." - Last.fm

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Expo '70


"Expo 70 is an impressively transcendant rockin' electronic project formed by sound manipulator and guitarist Justin Wright. All albums provide extended minimal soundscapes dominated by slow moving fuzzed out guitars, loops and electronic treatments. The aesthetism of the band is at the cross section of Phill Niblock's deep monotonous dronescapes, kraut-rockin's austere-meditative tones (German Oak, GAM, Zweisten) and Robert Fripp / Richard Pinhas propulsive atonal guitar leads. Gorgeous tripped out stuff. Hybrid-fusional rockin experience." - Prog Archives

Fungal Abyss - Bardo Abgrund Temple (2011)


"Fungal Abyss is the psychedelic sister project of Seattle stoner metal heavyweights Lesbian. Fungal Abyss captures the band’s free-flowing improvisations under the influence of the sacred Teónanácatl mushroom, prized for centuries by Mesoamerican shamans for its perception-altering spiritual properties." - Last.fm

Liquid Sound Company - Acid Music for Acid People (2011)


"Totally disregarding any trends in psychedelic or other forms of music, the band stretches out and produces a soothing and at times intense mind altering stew fit for cosmic travels and massive mind meandering... Texas band keeping it simple with little or no overdubs, wrenching out a pure and raw connection to the psychedelic properties of the music. Sit back, fire up the lava lamps, pop those tabs and get ready to transport..." - Last.fm

Sadhu Sadhu - Live at the Hideout (2009)


Heavy psych trio from Chicago with lots of repetitive groovy fuzz bass and wah-wah guitar. Think if Les Rallizes Dénudés mixed with Jimi Hendrix. Raw psychedelic freakout jams recorded live.

Burnt Hills - The Moon of the Sky (2008)


"This is the sound of burnt hills, the smell of burnt hair, the black musical smoke from a burning methlab in an abandoned trailer park, a glorious blown out, burnt out, drug addled freak rock free for all. Imagine the Dead C if they had grown up in Modesto, skipping school and doing lots of speed in the 7-11 parking lot, or if they had spent their formative years in Texas in the early eighties smoking pot and huffing glue. Or imagine a Hawkwind practice space jam session moments after each band member received a partial frontal lobotomy. How about a playground fight between Liquorball and Faxed Head, the ‘Ball armed with flaming wadded up balls of black aluminum foil and the ‘Head flinging guitar picks dipped in lighter fluid and an rusty guitar strings. Weird and wonderfully fucked up. Fans of freaked out psychedelic punch ups, dizzying clattery outsider free rock and getting super high and diving head first into a huge pile of drums and guitars will feel right at home." - Last.fm

Bakerloo - Bakerloo (1969)


"Bakerloo (previously The Bakerloo Blues Line) was an English heavy blues-rock trio, established by Staffordshire guitarist David "Clem" Clempson, Terry Poole and others in the late 1960s, at the high point of the influence of The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Cream. Although the group was prominent only for around a year (1968-9) and released only one album it played an important part in the history of the genre, especially in view of its members' subsequent involvement with Colosseum, Humble Pie, May Blitz, Graham Bond, Vinegar Joe, Judas Priest and Uriah Heep..." - Wikipedia

Dom - Dom / Devil's Grandma (1972)


Improvised set from obscure german group with lots of wah-wah and fuzz.

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