DDT : Enter The Bend

There’s some serious sonic voodoo going on when you drop the needle on DDTs Enter The Bend. It’s like opening a portal to some other dimension powered by third eye enlightenment and super-powered hallucinogenics. Droning guitars, tribal drums, and buzzing synths create a primitive symphony of noise that’s part space rock and part deep woods […]

Read More DDT : Enter The Bend

“Constellation Jam”

I know, we just put this Cambodia Highball album out in November of 2013. Two months ago. That’s not a whole lot of time for a record to soak in collective ears before readying a new set of tunes, but that’s just what we’re doing. I’m not sure if you got the memo, but Cambodia […]

Read More “Constellation Jam”

Wooden Shjips :: Back To Land

Ripley Johnson and his bearded friends in Wooden Shjips have made a name for themselves as master purveyors of psychedelic stoner rock. A mix of heavy drone, motorik beats, and a healthy dose of 60s garage rock blues these Bay area fuzz Gods have been putting out stellar albums for years now. Back To Land […]

Read More Wooden Shjips :: Back To Land

Earthless :: From The Ages

Earthless are like this massive scream of psychedelic squall that came from 40 years ago and is just now making its way to our ears. The music they make is no fuss, stoned, rock n’ roll that fans of Sleep and Cream alike can get lost in. Since 2005 guitarist Isaiah Mitchell, bassist Mike Eginton, […]

Read More Earthless :: From The Ages

The Vickers

So I woke up this morning to find an email from a band located in Florence, Italy, asking if I’d check out their “new trippy and visionary video” for a song called “She’s Lost”.  Well, I get emails all the time from bands wanting me to check out their albums and bless them with a […]

Read More The Vickers

Beaches- She Beats

Melbourne’s Beaches new album She Beats has all the ingredients that help make an excellent record:  loud guitars, dreamy, reverbed vocals,  a solid rhythm section, and NEU!s Michael Rother’s seal of approval(plus his guitar playing on a couple tracks).  She Beats is a mix of lo fi graininess, zone-out atmosphere, psychedelic colors, and some good […]

Read More Beaches- She Beats

The Black Angels- Indigo Meadow

As soon as those tribal drums start in and that Psycho-esque dissonance pipes up you pretty much know what you’re in for throughout the next 45 minutes or so. Indigo Meadow isn’t any great leap for The Black Angels. Did you like Phosphene Dream? Well you’re probably going to like Indigo Meadow just fine. All […]

Read More The Black Angels- Indigo Meadow