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Album Review: Thee Oh Sees – Mutilator Defeated At Last

Thee Oh Sees, by this point, is less a band than it is an expanding universe. It explodes ever outward from frontman John Dwyer’s former apartment on Haight Street to encompass near and distant galaxies of psych pop, krautrock, and lo-fi scuzz. 767 more words

Album Reviews

Happy birthday to the architect of the Krautrock sound, Conny Plank

As much as any band, Conny Plank shaped the genre that came to be known as Krautrock, his publishing company, Kraut, providing the most obvious titular connection. 125 more words


Song of The Day: Neu! - Hallogallo

In honor of Conny Plank’s birthday. Plank produced all three of Neu’s groundbreaking records.


Moon Duo

Californian Moon Duo brought a  touch of magical, psychedelic atmosphere to their gig in Dublin last night, 2 thumbs up! Rock beats mixed with electronic, creepy synths and razor-sharp guitars that venture into mystic realms. 15 more words

Live Sessions

Lumerians - Black Tusk

Distorted clouds of organ, synth, and vibraphone churn above hypnagogic waves of percussion and bass. Referencing psych and prog without the use of guitars, Lumerians create cinematic rock music that is warm, dark, organic and non-retro. 82 more words

Alban Nuhiu

Lumerians - Transmissions from Telos Vol. III

Lumerians is a San Francisco Bay Area based five-member band which has a psychedelic “mindbender” space rock sound. The group is notable for performances characterized by “transcendent live video projections” and having “incredible visuals,” according to one music critic. 321 more words

Alban Nuhiu