Pretty big Part Chimp fan over here, really love their heavy noiserock stuff and riffs and today I learned their is an offshoot from Part Chimp called Die Munchen Machine and they just release ‘Die Munch Machine’ and guess what, it is really awesome synth driven spacerock. The tracks are recorded in various locations over various years with various equipment. Some really munchy stuff in there. take your time and trip out.
On the bandcamp page of the band Perhaps I found out they are from Boston but I highly doubt this, their music is so psychedelic and otherworldly I strongly believe they come from some planet where everything is trippy and only big ass mushrooms grow. The band has released some pretty incredible stuff in the past. “Hexagon”, “V”, and their lastest “Excerpts” where each time a real pleasure to listen to. So now they are back, and they are back on Riot Season Records with their upcoming album “7.0”. We can have a taste of the first track “Don’t Call it Anything”.
While you listen to the preview of the track you can check out who is in this band. They are with quite a lot and there are some really cool names in there.
Makoto Kawabata (Acid Mothers Temple)
Isaiah Mitchell (Earthless)
This is full blown fast paced cosmic rock made for you. Listen now.
The Cult of Dom Keller has been creating cosmic music since 2007, they released EP’s, splits, cd’s, LP on all kinds of cool labels. Now they released their album “Ascend!” wich will on Cardinal Fuzz. This album is 9 tracks of experimental psych, cosmic trippy vibes and space rock. An excellent album! Favourite track: We’re All Fucked (Up).
The Cult of Dom Keller has been creating cosmic music since 2007, they relseased EP’s, splits, cd’s, LP on all kinds of cool labels. Now the band released their first track from their upcoming album “Ascend!” wich will be released on Cardinal Fuzz.
Prepare yourself for ten minutes of cosmic fuzz and buy yourself the EP.
Today marks the day of the release ‘Scottish Space Race’ by The Cosmic Dead. New members Tommy Duffin (drums) and Russell Andrew Gray (lap-steel synthesizer) are added to the Glasgow rockband.
I have been a fan of The Cosmic Dead for a while, saw their raw energy live and really enjoyed their tunes but this ne walbum with the 4 long tracks is something else entirely. The first track spans 21 minutes and starts off trippy drone sounds, but it erupts pretty fast into a heavy psych/noise explosion. This is one hell of a way to start an album. The second track ‘Urja Major’ is gorgeous, it is perfect psych and prog tunes, extremely trippy. Third track and title track sounds a bit more like the classic The Cosmic Dead, in this track, wich arguably is their best, they mix punk, psych and heaviness in one pumped up track. With ‘The Grizzard’ they close the album with 24 minutes of epic space rock. Out on Riot Season Records.
This here, this album, this is the shit.
The band Frozen Planet…1969 released their sixth album called “The Heavy Medicinal Grand Exposition”.
The instrumental concept album is about a travelling medicine show. The band takes twists and turns to help guide you through the story, while Doctor Berner, with the help of some colourful characters, is on a quest to sell bottles of his glowing green elixir (which will apparently cure any pain or deliver anyone from evil!).
The album is an improvised psychedelic trip filled with magnificent guitar work. The album will be available on 12 inch vinyl in a choice of black or transparent green through Headspin records and can be ordered at shinybeast.nl or the cd at peppershakerrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-heavy-medicinal-grand-exposition.
Out November 1.
The spacerock band from Puerto Rico released their last album “Gran Mura de Coma” in april this year. And already we get new music by the cosmic guitarband. This time an album of unreleased tracks and live recordings.
Check out “Impromptus” and “Gran Mura de Coma”. Check out more psych here.
Perhaps this is one of the best releases of the year. The Boston space rockers Perhaps released “Hexagon” today on Riot Season Records.
The album contains four tracks, each one about 24 minutes long. This space music, this repetitive cosmic soundtrack is more of a feeling, something your mind does when you are daydreaming. I am uncertain how to describe this any further, it is clear by now you should join the trip now.
Perhaps is one of those bands that just oozes psychedelic mystery in their music. Te Boston spacerockers will release their new album “Hexagon” on Riot Season Records. The album will have 4 tracks, each about 24 minutes long and each is spacey as the next.
The release is on October 12 but in the meantime we can listen to two teasers. Check out “The Number of the Priest”.
For more psych go to Fuzzy Sun’s spotify.
“Lizard! Lizard! Lizard!” is heavy psychedelic space rock by the Australian ban Apollo 80. Four tracks of fuzzed out space riffs and Astronaut samples. Space away with Apollo 80. Released July 11.
More Spaceslug is always good news. The Polish spacerock band released a second ‘Words Like Stones’ from their upcoming album ‘Eye The Tide’ wich will be released on July 20. Heavy trippy music!
Hypertonus released their instrumental psychedelic/surf/funk album Tidal wave. 9 songs with a very wide range of genres all combined. soothing soundscapes end in droning psychedelics, funk starts where space rock ends. Listen and enjoy!