Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Radio Moscow - The Great Escape Of Leslie Magnafuzz 
If Blue Cheer and Jimi Hendrix have a baby, that will be Radio Moscow! The Great Escape Of Leslie Magnafuzz is third studio album!
Radio Moscow 
Brain Cycles 
Official Web Site
Posted by Melkezedek at 1:59 PM
Labels: Blues Rock, Heavy Psych, Psychedelic
Mars Red Sky - Mars Red Sky 
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NOV TOUR. :
17.11. (D) FREIBERG - Dipol
18.11. (PL) POZNAN - Reset
19.11. (PL) WARSAW - Chwila Da Klub
20.11. (PL) LUBLIN - Tektura
21.11. (UA) KIEV - Guitar Bar
23.11. (UA) KALUSH - Velzha
24.11. (HU) BUDAPEST - Roham
25.11. (CZ) PRAHA - GreenDoors Café Na půli cesty
26.11. AVAILABLE - D,CH
27.11. (FR) PARIS - La Maroquinerie
30.11.11 (ES) MADRID - Wurlitzer Ballroom
01.12.11 (ES) ZARAGOZA - Arrebato
OTHER FALL SHOWS :
08.10.11 (FR) BEGLES - Terres Neuves Festival
18.10.11 (FR) STRASBOURG - La Laiterie w/ Karkwa
19.10.11 (FR) LYON - Just Rock Festival w/ Karkwa
25.10.11 (FR) TOULOUSE - La Dynamo w/ Lords Of Altamont
28.10.11 (FR) VENDOME - (41) Les Rockomotives Festival
09.11.11 (FR) RENNES - L'Ubu
12.11.11 (FR) BORDEAUX - LeSaintEx LP-Vinyl ReleaseParty!! w/ Civil Civic
Posted by Melkezedek at 1:46 PM
Labels: mars red sky, Psychedelic, Stoner Rock
Monday, October 10, 2011
Hello good people! i'm here! sooon new post's.. new music! ... and don't forget! REPORT BROKEN LINKS!
Peace Brothers and Sisters!
Peace Brothers and Sisters!
Posted by Melkezedek at 7:37 AM
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Eidetic Seeing - Eidetic Seeing 
Eidetic Seeing are serious about psyching you out. Eidetic Seeing is a record that draws you near with its opening spacey drone and sucks you into a vortex, blowing some serious mind chunks in the process, leaving the mind and the body discombobulated on separate planes... Eidetic Seeing don't fuck around; the record was recorded live in one take, so there is no studio trickery involved... reminiscent of Sabbath's first record abounds throughout.. this is heavy stuff, not for the weak at heart... Eidetic Seeing is not meant to be taken song for song, but to be listened to from beginning to end. Strap in, psych out, and leave no mind behind!
Posted by Melkezedek at 1:32 PM
Labels: 2011, Heavy Psych, Psychedelic, Space Rock
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Interkosmos - Interkosmos 
Interkosmos are another Sula Bassana side project which formed in early 2008. According to the band name they call themselves the new intergalactic psychedelic space jam band. Interestingly two differing line-ups were appointed. Drummer Bernhard Fasching and Dave Schmidt (bass, guitar, electronics), better known as Sula Bassana, are the core members. The Austrian crew comprises Sam Greil and Andi Hofer where the 'international' ensemble includes talented Spanish space guitar caballero Sergio Ceballos.
The project have produced one eponymous album in 2009 which is full of spacey improviations headed by Ceballos' fantastic guitar work. Highly recommended!
Posted by Melkezedek at 10:21 AM
Labels: Psychedelic, Space Rock
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Weird Owl - Build Your Beast A Fire 
Weird Owl’s Build Your Beast a Fire, finds the New York City five-piece in a similarly altered state of mind as its 2009 debut, Ever the Silver Cord Be Loose, but the band has taken a decidedly different path to get there. With a focus on tighter songwriting and arranging, BYBAF boasts a much more concise and melodic approach to the band’s signature take on the inner-to-outer-space psychedelic continuum. The acid-tinged mysticism of the 13th Floor Elevators that was once channeled through the ragged stomp of Crazy Horse is now given life through a voice closer to the odd clarity of mid-era Pink Floyd mixed with the synthesized textures of The Flaming Lips.
Posted by Melkezedek at 11:27 PM
Labels: 2011, Psychedelic, Psychedelic Rock, Weird Owl
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Causa Sui - Pewt'r Sessions 2 
Fuck me, this is the absolute ult in amphetamine power drives, an album of sheer exhilarating post-Krautrock, postpsychedelic, hell, brothers’n’sisters, post-everything. Imagine Ash Ra Tempel’s ‘Flowers Must Die’ or perhaps seite 4 of Amon Duul 2’s YETI and yooz somewhat approaching these guys’ pleasure zones. But even those hefty comparisons is doing these gentlemen dudes a disservice because this music really don’t sound like nothing else I’ve be-hear-oled in many a long year....Wonderful stuff and absolutely free fucking rock!
Official Web Site
Posted by Melkezedek at 1:00 PM
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