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Ritual King - s/t

Admittedly, there comes a point where a lot of these stoner rock/heavy psych/doom acts start to blend together because they either sound the same or their names are way too close like how I keep mixing up Void King and Forming the Void far too often. 447 more words

Review

Scuzz Sundays: Panic! At The Disco - "That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)"

Was it really as bad as some of the fans reactions made it out? It’s time for a new post!

  • Pictured: Vinyl Copy of Pretty Odd” (2008) (via Fueled By Ramen) (Photo Credit: The Underworld Mansfield) …
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Mainstream

Favourite tracks of May

Here we are slowly creeping towards the end of hopefully the one and only deadly wave of the virus, while life is crawling towards some sort of new normality their were also a lot of absolutely great releases in May. 29 more words

New Music

Psychic Markers: Psychic Markers review - hypnotic psych with a side order of synth

Gorgeously produced and nicely evocative of original 1960s psychedelia, this London band’s third album certainly makes quite a noise. If only they’d spent a bit more time writing bulletproof songs… 1,018 more words
Pop And Rock

George Harrison - Wonderwall Music (1968)

Experimental record. One that I always knew existed. Not for the faint-hearted.

Experimental

The Flaming Lips Share New Song “Flowers of Neptune 6"

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The Flaming Lips have released a brand new track titled “Flowers of Neptune 6,” their first new recording of 2020. Produced by Dave Fridmann and The Flaming Lips, “Flowers of Neptune 6” reflects the gentler side of The Lips paisley oeuvre and melodically flows downstream into a welcoming wormhole of wistful summer pop. 216 more words

Music

PSYCHEDELIC PROG ROCKERS SHAMAN ELEPHANT TO STREAM LIVE SHOW TO CELEBRATE RELEASE OF SECOND FULL-LENGTH ALBUM

Psychedelic Prog Rockers SHAMAN ELEPHANT will celebrate the release of their latest album “Wide Awake but Still Asleep” by streaming their release party live from the Bergen Kjøtt Cultural Centre via social media.  488 more words

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