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The Myrrors 'Entranced Earth'

The Myrrors

Entranced Earth

Entranced Earth is a spaced out music with a heavy psychedelic feel. This is the perfect album for closing the eyes and being transported on a shamanic journey. 474 more words

Album Review: Dungen - Häxan

Music tagged as psychedelic rock frequently aims to elicit the feeling of rocketing into the cavernous interior of a black hole, a pitch-black, ultra-dense space vast enough to get lost in. 607 more words

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Review: Landing - Complekt

Putting the ‘dream’ strongly and emphatically into the ‘dream pop’ label with which they are sometimes associated, Landing’s tenth album Complekt is, for the most part, about as ethereal as it is possible to be whilst retaining structure and melody. 438 more words

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SONG OF THE DAY Old Smile - Hello Stranger

“Music about the human condition. Music about perception. The intention of the title is to evoke a sense of mind over matter.

Music is meant to heal, its meant to agitate, its meant to do whatever you want it to do. 238 more words

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We Leave at Midnight share swirling psych pop single "Dover Dog" -- listen

Don’t go searching for meaning in the title of “Dover Dog”, the latest single from San Antonio psych rock outfit We Leave at Midnight. “The title is completely irrelevant to the lyrical content,” admits the band. 223 more words

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SONG OF THE DAY Holy Bouncer - Anticipation

Holy Bouncer are a Barcelona based five-piece with a powerful, roaring, supersonic 60’s and 70’s influenced rock sound.  To date, the band have released four official tracks and have covered a few old greats including the Rolling Stones, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and Leadbelly’s… 197 more words

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Album Review: Thee Oh Sees - An Odd Entrances

When Thee Oh Sees released A Weird Exits this August, the band showed what their reworked lineup was capable of on record. As a unit, with new members bassist Tim Hellman and two drummers, Ryan Moutinho and Dan Rincon, on board, Thee Oh Sees chase after speed. 1,005 more words

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