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pArAdOx OnE Reality? The Neurosis Years and beyond

pArAdOx OnE Reality? The Neurosis Years and beyond

Phil Jackson is an progressive/ space rock/ electronic artist from Scotland who has been recording since 2000 as Paradox One. 566 more words

Paradox One

Dead Sea Apes - Spectral Domain (2015)

Over their last two albums, Dead Sea Apes have journeyed from the icy wastes of Lupus to the  rigidity of Higher Evolutionary. There is a path which leads to track 6 on the latter, ‘Regolith’ in which Dead Sea Apes finally submit to groove. 323 more words


The Dun Lavy - A Relentless Obsession with Burning my Bridges

Psychedelia has been borrowed by practically everyone, local and otherwise, to the degree that it’s not as arresting and sublime as it used to be. However, … 155 more words

Album Review

What you missed if you weren't at Fountain Airship in downtown Phoenix Friday night:

The show: A bumpin’ house party hosted by Phantom Airship and The Fountain Space showcasing a group of Phoenix based musicians, all pioneers of their genres, bringing psychedelic, post punk, electronica and space rock vibes to a whole other level. 243 more words



In music, the most overused word is legend. It’s a word thrown around like confetti at a Las Vegas wedding. Nowadays, every two-bit hip hopper, EDM star or Nu Soul singer is being referred to as a legend. 3,203 more words


Monster Magnet - "Cobras and Fire (The Mastermind Redux)"

After a successful revamping (or re-imagining) of the last Monster Magnet album “Last Patrol,” which was re-christened as “Milking the Stars,” Dave Wyndorf decided to take another look at 2010’s album “Mastermind.” Unlike “Last Patrol,” it was going to be a case of having alternate versions of the same songs (with some new songs added). 443 more words

Progressive Rock

Interview with Dave Wyndorf of Monster Magnet

I’ve been a huge fan of Monster Magnet since the release of Superjudge back in 1993. So I was very excited to get to speak with the great Dave Wyndorf of Monster Magnet. 68 more words

Progressive Rock