Monday, October 1, 2012

Cosmic Wheels - Cosmic Wheels (2009)

Cosmic Wheels (2009)

Talented US band that plays tasty jammy heavy blues in best traditions of 70s psychedelia.

Pappo's Blues - Jams (1971-1978)


Selection of jams by Argentine psychedelic blues band Pappo's Blues.

SBB - Jams (1973-1975)


Selection of jams by Polish progressive rock band SBB.

Ra Can Row - Ra Can Row (1982)


"An instrumental band from the USA that predates the space-rock boom of the early 90ies. Built around guitars, throbbing bass lines and a solid drum drive, moog synths and electronics, enrich with a spatial feel four lengthy improvised spacerock jams, strongly reminding the experimental side of DJAM KARET. Through most of the album RA CAN ROW move from rhythmic space jams to slow moving, multi-layered, out-there rock. Absolutely mindblowing music from start to finish." - Last.fm

Pyramidion - Hail! Pyramidion! (2010)


“Five headed druid jam band from glasgow the portal to your cosmic place is rainbow bionic man... these guys are total rockers. Its difficult to know exactly what there gonna sound like cus its all jammed out, but expect music along the lines of acid fried fuzz drenched psych and krautrock boogie... Glasgow’s answer to the likes of Ash Ra Temple and Amon Duul II, made up of various heavy hitters in the Scottish experimental scene with members of Boom Edan, Moon Unit, Scrim, Cheer, Lanterns. Expect tantric vibrations, whale calls and a thunderous rhythm section through some full on psych explorations. A rare chance to catch this supergroup in full effect jaja..." - Pyramidion

Cosmic Circus Music - Wiesbaden (1972)


Blissful live improvised kosmische music in vein of krautrock bands Ash Ra Tempel and The Cosmic Jokers.

Fire! - In the Mouth a Hand (2012)


"The thing with Fire! is that, yes, they’re masters of squealing, Brцtzmann-esque blow-outs, but, above all, they’re fun. Their music is frenetic, but filled with boundless enthusiasm, the trio feeding off one another with obvious, exuberant, glee... Werliin releasing his pent-up energy in a torrent of cymbals and Gustafsson’s notes turning into anguished squeals, the Australian barges his way into the limelight with a molten cascade of feedback, Sonic Youth-style, grappling with his bandmates for space before locking into a krautrock groove with Berthling and Werliin, driving over the horizon of Fire!’s free jazz roots with metronomic precision and the kind of noisy funkiness that defined the best early-seventies German bands such as Neu! and Can..." - The Liminal

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