New album by the Portuguese Earthless, with guest appearance from Issaih Mitchell of Earthless. Album is filled with mighty jams that will satisfy your psychedelic thirst.
Tuesday, 27 March 2012
Monday, 19 March 2012
Astra's new offering for your hearing pleasure.
Astra clearly worship prog's earliest, most rampantly creative and excessive years.It must have been tempting to go overboard in an artistic frenzy, but the band is too sharp-witted for such intemperate pursuits. Although they utilize an endless array of vintage and analog gear, they remain committed to ensuring the songs have plenty of room to breathe.You might hear snatches of Hawkwind or Uriah Heep on occasion, but Astra's tunes are engaging and distinctive on their own terms. While The Weirding opened the book on Astra's musical revelations, The Black Chord sets out to fulfill their prophecies. It's shorter, more concise but no less of an adventurous journey. It's dazzling and celestial—a point noted directly in the album's more Martian artwork - Full Review HereDownload
Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Ok fellas, I cannot stress enough how essential this live album is to any psych-heads. Kraftwerk whom I passed on as some bunch of weird electronic artists jam on this album like there is no tomorrow. This is the blueprint of sonic jamming where the artists are completely out of their rational mind, comfortably enveloped in their own world and invite their listeners to their mysterious world. Out of this fucking world crazy shit that will blow your mind. MUST LISTEN!
I don't know where I downloaded this from but thanks to whoever it was, there is a nice bit of information included on the folder.