Sunday, May 5, 2013

The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic - The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic (2013)


"Hard Rocking, 70's inspired, instrumental Stoner Rock. Featuring psychedelic guitar from Ed Mundell, (Monster Magnet, The Atomic Bitchwax)." - Bandcamp

Ampacity - Encounter One (2013)


"Ampacity is a musical collective, dedicated to exploring the regions of regressive rock, with stoner and space vibes... The project was formed as a one-time act, supposed to perform songs from the golden age of space rock, on Spacefest festival. However, this formula was quickly abandoned, and Ampacity started to operate as a regular band. Intensive work on their own material resulted in compositions, which rediscover sounds from early Hawkwind or Pink Floyd albums, mixing them with post and stoner rock influences. Shorter, song-like arrangements give way to monumental, rich forms, which do not lack space for free improvisation..." - Nasiono Records

Flowers Must Die


"These elevating sonic adventures could be compared to the sonic idioms of groups MY BROTHER THE WIND and maybe more rustic incarnations of GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA and THE SPACIOUS MIND, but the diversity and imagination utilized on the explorations within the frame of neo-classic psych music straits allow them their own identifiable sound, setting the group out of the conventional clone bands. This Swedish underground acid rock also certainly expand the impressionistic boundaries of musical expression from conventional sound structures to the heights of hallucinogenic progressive territories and reaching escape velocity for the planes of Space Rock and beyond..." - Prog Archives

Paul Gilbert - The Jam (1997)


20 minute mind-melting jam by master of shred guitar Paul Gilbert.

Message - From Books and Dreams (1973)


"Originally born as a German-British band, the music of MESSAGE oscillates between a substantial heavy rock and a nice folk rock articulated around a range of keyboards arrangements. Their first album was recorded under the direction of the famous musical engineer Dieter Dierks. The result sounds remarkably as British progressive rock of the moment. Very melodic, with a ravishing and an accomplished lyrical sense of composition. Their following album is as great as the previous one, delivering impressive, extended, mainly instrumental heavy/ space rock tracks which can be compared (in some parts) to NEKTAR's first effort..." - Prog Archives

Mountain - Jams (1970 - 1974)


Selection of jams by US heavy blues rock band Mountain.

Claude Engel - Jams (1972)


Selection of jams by guitarist and pioneer of French psychedelic music Claude Engel.

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