The Men share first track from upcoming album

Probably one of the most genre shifting bands is New York band The Men. In 2018 they released their gorgeous album “Drift” on Sacred Bones and a bit later we got a compilation of best tracks from 2008to 2011 wich showed used how heavy garagepunk outfit the band could be. They music sounded full of moody energy. And now, look, we get their new track “Children all over the World” wich has classic rock vibes, synths and raging guitar solos. The track is taken from “Mercy” wich will be released February 14.

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Sqürl share new music on Sacred Bones

On Sacred Bones comes the new album from Sqürl. It is called “Some Music for Robby Müller” and will be released  January 31, 2020 on Sacred Bones. This is music made for a documentary film LIVING THE LIGHT by Claire Pijman.

Sqürl is from New York and consists of Jim Jarmusch, Carter Logan. Their previous music was called “EP #260” and was something between noiserock and postpsych.
Tune in for the first psychedelic track called “Robby’s Theme”.

Moon Duo release ‘Stars Are The Light’

On their new record Moon Duo proves again to be masters of the psychedelic. ‘Stars Are the Light’ is filled with feelings and dreams. If I listen to this I have the feeling I am lying on clouds made of the softest cushions, madly in love with the sky, just dreaming and floating.

‘Stars Are the Light’ is proof, proof that beauty exists, that love is real and Moon Duo made the soundtrack for it.

Enter the world of Sanae Yamada who released her debut last year as Vive la Void and Ripley Johnson who released an album with Wooden Shjips last year.

Out September 27 on Sacred Bones.

Listen to some more psych on Fuzzy Sun’s list.

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Uniform and The Body share second track from ‘Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back’

This is going to be the second collaboration between The Body and Uniform. Their previous album in June 2018 was called ‘Mental Wounds not Healing’. This album was absolutely great because of its darkness, the album spewed hell right in your face.

They already released the first track ‘Penance’ and now we get a second track called ‘Not Good Enough’. ‘Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back’ will be out August 16 on Sacred Bones.

On this second collaboration it seems the band will go even further with their experiments, going even deeper into the sonic abyss.

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Föllakzoid release new album ‘I’ on Sacred Bones

I remember that i was nailed to the floor and drooling when I say this band live, They possess a vibe thats forces you in trance. Their previous work ‘III’ dates back to 2015 and there was a live rendidtion in 2017 with J. Spaceman called ‘London Sessions’.

So I am very glad I can share the new album by this Chilean duo. As i hoped it is a masterwork. The beats and psychedelic vibe force your mind to wander and deeply listen to this gorgeous piece of work.

Tune in for ‘I’ the new album by Föllakzoid, out on Sacred Bones,  August 1..

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Uniform and The Body too release ‘Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back’

This is going to be the second collaboration between The Body and Uniform. Their previous album in June 2018 was called ‘Mental Wounds not Healing’. This album was absolutely great because of its darkness, the album spewed hell right in your face.

Now they are back with a first track called ‘Penance’ from their upcoming ‘Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back’ wich will be out August 16 on Sacred Bones. The new track sounds a bit more industrial and accesible than their previous album. very curious to hear more.

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Moon Duo share ‘Stars Are The Light’

Portland psychedelic rockers Moon Duo are Sanae Yamada who released her debut last year as Vive la Void and Ripley Johnson who released an album with Wooden Shjips last year.

In 2017 Moon Duo released Occult Architecture Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. Now the band returns with a new track from their seventh upcoming album ‘Stars Are The Light’.

Tune in now for their first track.

 

 

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