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Pefkin - Celestial Navigations

Gayle Brogan, whom you may remember from her enchanting contributions to Meadowsilver, has returned to her equally stunning solo project, Pefkin.

Inspired by the astral-guided exploration methods of old, as well as tales of Victorian-era Arctic expeditions, … 224 more words

Experimental Music

Tame Impala: The Slow Rush review: another step beyond bedroom psych

Determined never to repeat himself, Kevin Parker’s fourth album ventures further out from his old indie-psych beginnings, his sonic palette broader, warmer and instantly appealing… 1,032 more words
Pop And Rock

Departure Street - Two Islands in the Heart

Departure Street, AKA Allan J. Kimmel, creates tranquil electric guitar meditations that sprawl and explore like the hungry tendrils of an aggressive ivy.

Kimmel, who hails from both America and France, has filled this record with nothing but vividly surreal instrumental soundscapes, which are comprised purely of his multitracked and effects-laden solo guitar. 226 more words

Psychedelic Rock

The Record Crates United Mixtape Episode 18

Join the family at Dunebuggyradio.com tonight at 8pm EST for the latest episode of The Record Crates United Mixtape. Tonight’s playlist features the likes of Osmium House, Elkhorn, Nick Castell and many others. 41 more words

Psychedelic Music

Donovan in the Spotlight, Jefferson Airplane Live in Copenhagen, Amy Winehouse Live in London & Our Album of the Week, Thursday, February 13, 2020

Good Morning, Ungovernables! We have a great Thursday program today, including new “live” music from Jefferson Airplane!

Here’s today’s line-up:

11:00 a.m.     In the Spotlight: The Music of Donovan… 105 more words

February 2020 Roundup

We’re only eleven days into February, and we’re already overwhelmed by how much good music is coming out this year. Here’s a roundup of some of the best and most unique new things that we’ve had in our ears as of late… 734 more words

Acid Rock

[Music] Subact - The Outside World

Dresden has a pretty great reputation producing rock bands, but Subact are something quite special.  Through some sort of alchemy, they have managed to blend old electronic music, modern dubstep, and have finished it off with a bit of a 70s German progressive rock vibe.  15 more words

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