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Unhold - Towering (Review)

Unhold are a Sludge Metal band from Switzerland and this is their fourth album.

Unhold play Sludge Metal with a good grasp of Space Rock, Doom, Post-Metal and Progressive Metal. 228 more words

Metal

ALLAH LAS - " Stoned "

Los Angeles psych band Allah Las,  with a version of the Rolling Stones cover “STONED” on this psych based tribute and among these 14 mind blowing psych rock versions of classic Rolling Stones songs performed by the newest leaders of experimental space rock! 42 more words

MUSIC

Föllakzoid share new track 'Electric', album on the way

Expected March 30 ‘III’ is the follow-up to 2013’s ‘II’, and is to get a Sacred Bones release. The five-track LP clocks in at just over 40 minutes.  61 more words

Krautrock

Electric Moon

So, now 2014 is out the way and I got my year end list up, now I can travel back in time to previous musics. Now, it seems that this makes it harder for me to link directly to an album for you to listen to, although with this band it probably isn’t a huge thing, on account of how almost everything they’ve done is frankly marvellous. 551 more words

Jam Bands

My record collection (part 44: Young Galaxy's debut album)

So yes, I was in Toronto this past weekend and this trip actually afforded me the time to head downtown. I had made plans to meet up with my good friends at Sneaky Dee’s on Saturday night and thought a quick survey of record shops close to the area was in order. 554 more words

Dream Pop

Best of 2014

I wasn’t going to do this for the blog because I thought I barely bought enough music in the year to even have an opinion. But when I set my media player for this year I saw plenty of new albums that I did play the heck out of. 137 more words

New Music Review - One Leg Mary - I, a Seawolf, a Madman

Band: One Leg Mary
Album: I, a Seawolf, a Madman
Genre: Math-rock, space-rock
Social-media: Facebook/Bandcamp

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One Leg Mary are noise-rock band from Greece that I came across back in the day. 496 more words

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