Heavy Japanese psych Hibushibire share first track from upcoming album

2019 is getting better and better, especially when i heard the new new track by the Japanese heavy psychers Hibushibire. Their first album was released on Riot Season Records and was called Freak Out Orgasm! and was an excellent peace of heavy psych.

Now they shared a second track from their upcoming album ‘Turn On, Tune In. Freak Out!’ wich will also be released on Riot Season records. We can expect it around May 10.

The track we can check out is called ‘Blow!Blow!Blow!’ and starts of as heavy psych but after three minutes the track shifts to cosmic psychedelic rock full of trippy guitar work only to fasten up again to sonic destruction.

This is a band that oozes originality and heaviness, check them out now and find them on ‘The Cosmic Side of Japan’.

For more psych go to Fuzzy Sun’s list.



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Japanese noisemakers Endon release ‘Boy Meets Girl’ on Thrill Jockey

ENDON is something special, the Japanese band are credited as the most extreme band in Tokyo. Screams, distortion, noise and overal panic is the trademark of the experimental metal band.

‘Boy Meets Girl’ is a horrorish experience, not for the faint of heart.

Released on Thrill Jockey February 15.



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Otoboke Beaver release Anata Watashi Daita Ato Yome No Meshi

Since forming in 2009 the Japanese punk band are known for their high energy and speed. The girl band released a couple albums and EP’s and now their back with a new track from their upcoming album.

The album “ITEKOMI HITS” will be out April 26 and will be released on Damnably. They shared their first track and video for the track “Anata Watashi Daita Ato Yome No Meshi”.

Check them out and see if you can handle Otoboke Beaver.


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4 track EP by The Routes

The Japanese fuzzed out garagerockers are back with a new EP. These mountain people are from Hita, in Oita (Japan) are Chris Jack – vox/guitar/bass/organ/percussion,
Shinichi Nakayama – Drums, Toru Nishimuta – Bass  and come back strong with their 4 new tracks.

Their garagerocking tunes are out December 16 on Ghost Highway Recordings. You can find the Routes on The Cosmic Side Of Japan.


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Japanese heavy psychers DMBQ release Keeenly

The Japanese heavy psych rock DMBQ (Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet) has a history dating back to 1989. Founded by Shinji Masuko (vocals/guitar), Ryuuichi Watanabe (bass), and Yuka Yoshimura (drums).
after a long discography the band will released their new record “Keenly”. released on the God? label (thats run by Ty Segall). And album thats filled with guitar noise, doom and heavy psych influences.
DMBQ has an intense sound, a sound thats on the brink of insanity.
Check out more Japanese psych on here.
For more psych, check out Fuzzy Sun’s List.

Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet

The Japanese heavy psych rock DMBQ has a history dating back to 1989. Founded by Shinji Masuko (vocals/guitar), Ryuuichi Watanabe (bass), and Yuka Yoshimura (drums).
after a long discographie the band will release their new record “Keenly”. The album will be released on November 16 via God? (run by Ty Segall).
Stream their new track “Bluebird”. Check out more Japanese psych on here.
For more psych, check out Fuzzy Sun’s List.