Saturday, 31 December 2011

Zomes - Earth Grid (2011)

An overlooked gem from this year. It was released early in the summer I think, and I had so much fun just losing myself listening to this album. One down side about this album is that the songs are too short. other than it just perfect. Simple, melodic, pleasant and dreamy. And this concludes my last post of the year. Happy new year to Yama's hungry souls. 

The Men - Leave Home (2011)

Another late addition to the albums of 2011, that I didn't have time to post before. This one sounds like a mix between The Stooges and Spacemen 3. Some reviews have even likened their sounds to Sonic Youth. If you like the bands name dropped so far then this should be perfect for you. 

Forbidden Treasure

From what I know, these guys are really strict about copyright stuff and free file share so I have to share it to you guys in a discreet manner. " If you want something for late nights, bad dreams, occult rituals, meditative journeys or psychedelic excursions, you have found your match"

Friday, 30 December 2011

My Brother the Wind - I Wash My Soul in the Stream of Infinity (2011)

Well, this one whizzed past me. I was anticipating this album
 when I heard it was coming out,but then it came out
 when I was in a busy period in my life but in the end I got it before the
new year. This is modern psych of the highest order. Enjoy it and if you like it and have 
spare money then help them out by buying the record. 

Thursday, 29 December 2011

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Early Christmas gift to you...

 the form of Electric Moon's new album! Their jams will surely warm your toes in this cold winter. Might I suggest you put this on while having your Christmas family dinner. Santa will leave weed in your stockings.

Best way to enjoy is obviously through CD or vinyl player. You can gift this to your loved ones here. Also if your browse through the shop, you will see they have further two albums from this year.


Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Sylvester Anfang II - Sylvester Anfang II (2009)

Seriously tripped out shit, think Sunburned Hand Of The Man without the acid vocals chanting in the background. This is highly recommended from me.

Monday, 5 December 2011

Sunburned Circle - The Blaze Game (2007)

This is a live collaboration album between Sunburned Hand Of The Man and the Finnish band Circle. Two like minded bands creating out of this world music. Have a listen.


Thursday, 1 December 2011

Various Artists - In Search Of Hawkwind (2010)

There were a bunch of 7" splits between the bands before this album. I guess the label compiled them all into one place and also added some new ones.
A group of now well known bands (among us) covering the space lords. What can I say i'm speechless. Just look at this
1. Kinski – Master Of The Universe
2. Mugstar – Born To Go
3. Magoo – Space Is Deep
4. Bardo Pond – Lord Of Light

5. Mudhoney – Urban Guerilla
6. Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno – Brainstorm
7. Moon Duo – Hurry On Sundown
8. White Hills – Be Yourself

9. Mugstar – Paradox

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Weltraum - Les Golax (2011)

I have waited a while to upload this one, as I didn't want to hamper their CD sales (and also their label :). Listen to their previous album here, which is of course just as brilliant. In a nutshell, they are an experimental psychedelic group creating original music. They heavily use electronics in their music, and often indulge in far out  improvisational jams.

Physical copies are sold out now.

Cult Of Dom Keller - EP3 (2011)

Here is the EP3, an excellent follow up to their previous album. This band I was lucky enough to witness performing live in a crowd of about hardly 10 people in Twickenham Fox pub, with Plastic Crimewave Sound and a local band Hypnotic Eye.

 If you havent heard those old ones then visit my friend mr. A here.  
And then a short brainless review Blah, blah, blah, blah, psychedelic, blah, blah, trippy,blah, blah, awesome.


Yama Ressurects...

I'm still alive and well. I have been on lazy mode for the past few months, hence the lack of activity. I have been patiently sitting back and expanding my music library slowly, and I shall unleash them all for the sake of your hearing pleasure.

Saturday, 10 September 2011

Friday, 9 September 2011

Eidetic Seeing

A small and unknown band, with their popularity slowly growing. 

"...Eidetic Seeing are serious about psyching you out. "Eidetic Seeing" is a record that draws you near with its opening spacey drone and sucks you into a vortex, blowing some serious mind chunks in the process, leaving the mind and the body discombobulated on separate planes... Eidetic Seeing don't fuck around; the record was recorded live in one take, so there is no studio trickery involved... reminiscent of Sabbath's first record abounds throughout; this is heavy stuff, not for the weak at heart... "Eidetic Seeing" is not meant to be taken song for song, but to be listened to from beginning to end. Strap in, psych out, and leave no mind behind!"

- Diana Kinscherf, Free Williamsburg (link


They are in the verge of releasing a new LP this October. Join their mailing list for more info and some 
early mp3 releases from the album.

 It's Not Blood It's Gamelan by Eidetic Seeing  

Thursday, 8 September 2011


 I'm moving out.
I just posted to make you guys aware that the blog is not closed yet. I still have some awesome bands to post and also the internet has been shit here for the past few days. 15 minutes to download 8 mb file, WTF? I used to download 600 mb in 15 minutes. I don't know if I will be able to keep posting once I settle there because there might not be any internet there. Hopefully I will be able to post in a couple of weeks time or earlier.

Tuesday, 30 August 2011

To Blacken The Pages

I am having a bad time lately and things are not going my way so I thought this is a good track to portray my unpleasant feelings and share it with my faithful followers. :)

Sunday, 14 August 2011

The Sun Shines Every Day

Firstly, R.I.P to Joe Yamanaka from Flowering Travellin' Band  who sadly passed away a few days ago.  May his voice and legacy be remembered by all psych fans.

Back to topic, this album, which I was highly anticipating, was leaked before it's schedule.

Link will be posted after release of the album. Message me if you are desperate

Ayahuasca Travellers

I have scoured hungrily all over the web in search of this bands albums to buy or download but have been unsuccessful. It seems they don't want people to download their songs, which is a bit weird. Considering, most bands go to great lengths promoting their band through downloads. Maybe they are not interested in fame, who knows. However, I do know for sure they create extraordinary music. If you happen to have a link for their songs, albums etc. please drop a comment.

More Here and Here

Mushroom - I Don't Remember Yesterday, Today it Rained (2011)

Seriously trippy album. A great mixture of jazz and psychedelia. More info + buying option HERE

Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Sapat - Mortoise And Tenon (2007)

"Sapat packs a few surprises in their grooves for those who think they already know the score. Airy and pristinely recorded in a comfortable mid-fi that’s been heretofore unknown in the annals of the label’s back catalogue,Mortise and Tenon rarely falters. Captured here is a band that understands the limitations inherent in Nth generation psych rehash, and rather than pine for a long-gone zeitgeist, these eight hunker down with a batch of supple tunes that play to admirable strengths and a keen, intuitive knowledge of how to mine a generally tapped mainline in all the right ways. Miles away from the band’s still excellent debut, Sapat’s inaugural full-length shuffles the cards and deals a hand steeped in rich tradition that never once sounds like a haphazard pastiche." - DustedReviews

Recommended by another female, a great painter, bfandreasen. Check some of here great psychedelic surreal artwork >>>here<<<


Magical Unicellular Music - Inconceivble (2009)

One long jam 40 minutes long by this Russian band. Recommended by AdfectusAffectus.

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Escapade - But Distractions Abound (2006)

Repetitive psychedelic jams in the vein of Neu. The band's debut was a split album with Acid Mothers Temple, so you know they are good.
This band is one of the three amazing recommendations given to me over the past few weeks by three people with extraordinary music library. This one was by mustaba1234. Predictively, I will post the other two later

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Flaming Lips Feat. Lightning Bolt

The whole EP is on youtube but I can't find any DL link or buying options. Link in description

Well two brilliant bands with different styles collaborate and the result is mind boggling noise.

Monday, 25 July 2011

Hall Of Mirrors

Another set of compilation. this one is a two disc set with some bands I know of some I don't. You know from a set like this that the album is going to blow your mind. most of them are instrumental psych jams.

Disc 1:
Overhang Party
Tarantula Hawk
St 37
The Vocokesh

Disc 2:
Subarachnoid Space
Acid Mothers Temple
Bardo Pond
Primordial Underground


Wednesday, 13 July 2011

We Are The Cancer Of This Planet

Brand new album from UK space rockers, Earthling Society. Couldn't find a review online and I'm too busy to write a review, sorry. However, in short, Highly Recommended.

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Sun's Ray Weaves A Tapestry Of Life On Earth

Hello, Hello. Pardon my laziness over the past few days, this post is the redemption. Two of my favourite bands, Eternal Tapestry & Sun Araw, jamming together.

>>>Too Bright, Too Hot<<<

New Link Borrowed from Trip Jam, HERE

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Various Artists - Phosphene River

Great set of music, sadly ruined by a non-musician who recites poems? over the instrumental music(the person who compiled the CD). What the fuck was he thinking? Please, leave the music alone and recite your poems over your own music. All the negative notes aside, the white hills and Mammatus songs are exclusive, so thanks for that.

1) Fuzzhead - Her Kind
2) Residual Echoes - Red Hills
3) Plastic Crimewave Sound - Are You A Dragon?
4) Kawabato Makoto - Heavy Is A Dynamic
5) Catacomb - Out There
6) White Hills - Potter's Field
7)  Mammatus - Sire
8) Dave Mitchell - Memoration (Remix)
9) The Heads - Mystic Healer - Less Is More


Friday, 24 June 2011

Beyond Stratosphere

A great band I found out through youtube last year. I couldn't find much info on this album. My guess is this is their compilation of unreleased songs. Full of spacey jams, with structure and not just lots of effects. There is also a sweet cover of The Doors song Love Me Two Times.


Saturday, 18 June 2011

Over The Hills And Far Away

First off I want to thanks Matias from Get Off My Elevator for first introducing me to this great band. Secondly, thanks to Rand0msh1t for the digital copy of this album. My physical copy of the album is never going to arrive because I forgot to put the number of my house in the address :(

The great White Hills are joined by Shazzula from Aqua Nebula Oscillator in this album, who is responsible for those extra-terrestrial synthesiser sound. The weird thing about this album is being space rock, it indulges in earthly politics, alienisation of human sentiments through capitalism and consumerism. According to Ego Sensation, we have lost touch with ourselves finding thrill from electronic gadgets and technology, which I agree with.

The album seems to be an escape from all this mess, allowing the listener to shoot off the stratosphere into the blank realms of outer space, at least temporarily until the album lasts. Enjoy this spanking brand new album.

>>>Humongous-Pomegrante 1<<<

Thursday, 16 June 2011

I'm Free !!!!

Nothing to do with music or art. I just wanted to share my joy of being free from fucking college which gave me a headache for 3 fucking years. Fuck you college. So, I will be uploading music normally again (under connotative titles)

Monday, 13 June 2011

Gnod Of Approval

Brand new Gnod LP
"The record features one lengthy psych-hymn on each of its sides, a double dose trip from a band that, unsatisfied with simply pulverising brains, seems intent on making the listener lose control of all their body. ‘Tony’s First Communion’, the wonderfully titled first side, is arresting with its Faustian kick/snare/kick beat. Strangely, though, it’s those damaged Texans, the Butthole Surfers, who seem the most persuasive touchstone here. The burnt-out ambiance conjured by buried choral samples, frittering dub effects and the odd attack of trebly guitar carries the same dread as the Surfers’ gibbering ‘22 Going On 23’. Indeed, when vocalisation occurs, it’s comparable to the ‘Gibbytronix’ peppering tracks like ‘Sweat Loaf’ on Locust Abortion Technician. There’s a punk aesthetic throughout, from the cut and paste Pope-degrading cover art to the This Heat style tape loops in the mix." - The Quietus


Sunday, 12 June 2011

Black Pus - Primordial Pus (2011)

Brand new album from Brian Chippendale's (Lightning Bolt fame) Black Pus. Sonic noisy assault on your aural senses.


Friday, 10 June 2011

Oneida - Absolute II (2011)

Oneida's latest offering is as the title suggests, a change in direction from their previous release, Rated O from 2010. The band experiments with ambient/electronic music here. I don't think guitar is even used here, but it all sounds good. I hope this is just their experimental phase and they will go back to creating guitar orientated music.

Download (MU)
Download (MF)

Friday, 3 June 2011

Finnish Experimental Psych

You might have noticed band members requesting to take down some of the recent links which is why I have resorted on using WWS/Sludge Swamp style titles so only the chosen few i.e. followers of the blog will be able to download them.
"Their first CD was recorded and released in 2009 by Silakka label. The music is powerful, trashy psychedelic flow, uncompromized, sincere and powerful. Approavch is slightly similar with aggressive krautrock experintations like of early AMON DÜÜL, though better produced. Also the menacing neurotic drones of PHARAOH OVERLORD could be an association, though this group is more varying in their approach than many stoner rock groups are.
Sounds are quite dirty and there is much musical content, ranging from oppressive dark passages to more open, light and calm moments, and also from focused musical constructiveness to sincere playful dadaism. Sometimes the guitar is heavily treated with electronics, concealing the original source of sound and expanding the pallette of sound texture from classical acid rock trio sound. In addition of violent mantras there are also visits from acoustic instruments and also electronic music." - Progarchives

Thursday, 2 June 2011

Kinski - Be Gentle With The Warm Turtles (2000)

Space-rocking, shoegazing, spelendid post-rock album. You will like this band if you are into Bardo Pond.

Saturday, 28 May 2011

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats

So I first discovered this band from the Classic Rock Compilation which I posted here before. They are back with a new album. They are inspired by b-movie horror films from the 70's and can be seen in the album art, song titles and the style of the songs. Groovy, hallucinogenic tunes. 
BUY HERE ( They are a small band so support them by buying the album, if you like them)
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Friday, 27 May 2011

Lunar Dunes - Galaxsea (2011)

"There are scores of psychedelic space rock bands in existence these days, and that's a good thing, but there a few that clearly are rising to the top. And Lunar Dunes is in the top tier. Superior and inventive guitar work combined with a creative rhythm section define this amazing debut. The songs are well written with actual melodies, and aren't just skeletons to launch the next jam. There's a distinct Middle Eastern exotic flair, as evidenced by the hand percussion and soaring wordless female voice. 3) is remarkable in that it sounds like Tony Hill from High Tide jamming with the rhythm section of Can. The aggressive psychedelic space rock of 5) recalls the great Omnia Opera." - Source

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Fuck Buttons - Street Horrrsing (2008)

One of my favourite electronic album. Fuck Buttons consists of duo, Andrew Hung and Benjamin John Power. I would describe this album as a mix of urban and tribal tunes. Tracks such as Colour's Move and Bright Tomorrow evokes to me the feeling of observing a city's bright neon lighted night life from a bird's eye view. While tracks such as Rib's Out and Sweet Love For Planet Earth are more organic sounding. Highly recommended album. 

Monday, 23 May 2011

Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter - Marble Son (2011)

"On their previous three albums, Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter have pursued a distinctly shadowy alt. country direction, their sorrowful sound packing a high enough gloom count to catch the attention of US art-metal notables Earth (who the band’s toured with), and Sunn 0))) (Sykes sang on the collective’s 2006 Boris collaboration Altar).

Some of the heaviness of their touring partners and collaborators must have rubbed off on the Seattle band. Not that Sykes and co. have surrendered to crushing drones and near-stagnant outbreaks of hypnotic heaviness; Marble Son retains the outfit’s nuanced approach to musicianship, with members happy to keep their peace if the best interests of the tune at hand so demand." - Janne Oinonen

Friday, 20 May 2011

Plastic Crimewave Sound - Flashing Open (2004)

Plastic Crimewave Sound's Flashing Open is a diverse album of psychedelia. One moment they are playing high energy psyc-punk "Caged Fire Theme" similar to Comets On Fire, the next they are playing groovy space tune "Perfect Glass Orchads". One or two of the songs also reminds me of The Heads. As I often repeat, i'm not a great reviewer so I wouldn't trust this review much :) Form your opinion about it after you listen to this great album.

Wednesday, 18 May 2011


F/i or as I like to call them Fucking/insane. Highly underrated space rock band which even I didn't knew existed until a week ago. For those who don't want to download all their stuff at once because you are sceptical, choose Paradise Out Here first, it's a great album to begin with. I might post some of their other albums in the future. I'm not a great reviewer so I will conclude by saying you might like them if you are into space rock.

Saturday, 14 May 2011

Vibravoid - Minddrugs (2011)

Several reviews have compared Vibravoid's new album to Pink Floyd and Spacemen 3. I hear some Syd Barret era influence and there is even a 23 minute long Pink Floyd Cover " Set Your Heart To The Sun", but I don't know Spacemen 3 enough to confirm the latter statement. On first listen it sounds good. Enjoy this drugged up album.


Thursday, 12 May 2011

Trigon - 2011

Brand new Trigon. 
"A product of the burgeoning European heavy-psych scene, Trigon’s non-linear approach to jam-rock sounds as authentic now as it did in its ’60s heyday.
Established in 1989 by Rainer and Stefan Lange, the German trio may be considerably more experienced that their krautrock counterparts, however, it is thanks to the likes of Colour Haze and the more recently The Machine, that their swirling, hypnotic space-rock smog is being inhaled further afield.
Like their previous efforts, Trigon have always been at their best when they allow themselves freedom – largely resulting in hair-raising guitar drones and improvised solos – elements that are filled with impulsive energy." - Chybucca Sounds


Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Zombi - Escape Velocity (2011)

New Zombi !!
Look at the cover art, that is how the music sounds. There is my review.

Monday, 9 May 2011

Tee Pee: A Label Sampler (2011)

Another great compilation CD which came free in the latest edition of UK Classic Rock magazine. A nice mixture of stoner, psych, neo-kraut and doom/sludge from the Tee Pee signed bands. I was surprised Black Math Horseman and Earthless didn't make the list. The track listing goes like this
1) Ancestors - Invisible White
2) Lecherous Gaze - Sold
3) Quest For Fire - Psychich Seasons
4) Night Horse - Hard To Bear
5) Jason Simon - Good Hope Road
6) Weird Owl - Mountains On Top Of Buried Stars
7) Mirror Queen - From Earth Below
8) The Main Street Gospel - Getting Through
9) The Fucking Wrath - Blank Slate
10) Elks - Destined For The Sun
11) Naam - Icy Row
12) Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound
13) Imaad Wasif - Our Skulls


Sunday, 8 May 2011

Moon Duo - Mazes Remixed (2011)

My guess is most of my blog readers have already got the Mazes album. However, this remix album came to those who pre-ordered ( which I didn't receive even after pre-ordering) so here is the badger. 
1) Scars - Sonic Boom Remix
2) Seer - Psychic Ills Remix
3) Run Around - Organ Desert Remix
4) In The Sun - Purling Hiss Remix
5) When You Cut - Gary War Remix
6) Fallout - Sonic Boom Remix
7) Mazes (Walking Through This Space) - Eagle Boston Cover


Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will (2011)

One of my favoruite albums this year so far. I will be posting some of my other favs from this year in the coming week. Anyway, enjoy the Scottish Post-rock veterans brilliant new album which was released a few months ago

Wednesday, 4 May 2011


Here is a kickass band I recently found out about. Enjoy

Monday, 2 May 2011

Secret Birds - Peace Birds (2011)

Groovy psych music from Australia. The band members are currently living in Tokyo and one can certainly hear some jap-psych influences in this album. Their sound has been compared to " Sun Araw, High Wolf and Ducktails" You be the judge of their sound. 
Also, thanks to the uploader of the youtube video "Idumea" for the link. Highly recommended tape/album from me