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Boredoms - ◯

The opening track from the bands 1999 masterpiece ‘Vision Creation Newsun’. All high energy Psych Rock. Very Japanese in sound and style (those who follow Japanese Psych will know what this means, though Boredoms go beyond mere ‘Psych Rock’, no matter how intense that can be in itself); and nodding at European Avant-Rock from the past. 23 more words


Premiere | This Other Kingdom return with 'Comatosed'

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere the brand new music video from This Other Kingdom for ‘Comatosed’.

Taken from This Other Kingdom’s forthcoming sophomore album  129 more words


Check 'Em Out: West Of The Sun

Full of psych-guitar jangle and swaggering percussion
Clash Magazine

West Of The Sun are an indie rock band formed in Derby, 2013. Their story began in a flat above a pub in Derby when lead singer Luke met fellow university student and guitarist/songwriter Michael, the pair bonding almost instantly over everything from bands such as the Doors and Interpol to supporting championship football teams. 179 more words


Dool - "Here Now, There Then"

Having liked The Devil’s Blood’s final album, “The Thousandfold Epicentre,” I was very intrigued to hear what the band’s former rhythm section would come up with in their new band Dool. 405 more words

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Calliope Musicals – SXSW 2017 Top 20

Calliope Musicals, (Austin, TX) psych-folk rockers bring the party with audience participation, confetti cannons, and the most uplifting vibes to rejuvenate the soul.  Bio: Calliope Musicals is a cheerful psychedelic party folk band from Austin TX. 31 more words


Hawkwind - Opa-Loka

Hawkwind on the Kraut tip for this motorik chuggathon from their 1975 album ‘Warrior On The Edge Of Time’. More than a hint of NEU!, let’s be honest; yet still replete with the trademark whooshing sounds.


Butthole Surfers - The Revenge Of Anus Presley

Fantastic Black Flag parody from the Texan psychedelic maniacs; which is from the 1983 ‘Butthole Surfers’ EP (also known as ‘Brown Reason to Live’ and ‘Pee Pee the Sailor’).