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me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



hatelull posted:

The live stuff they released on those compilation albums is easily some of my favorite Floyd. There's a killer "Echoes" on one of those as well.

Yeah they are great. I really like this one (Spotify link) - The Early Years, 1967-1972 Cre/ation.

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me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



Pure X - Voices (2011) This is very much my type of poo poo and for some reason I didn't find out about them until very recently.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciaGIAM3JlE

Open Mind - Magic Potion (1969)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-Hdmm304Uw

Flamingods - Rhama (2016)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oofBlIkwK5w

Landslide - Sad and Lonely (1972)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zl_sbQSG2w

Witch - Nazingwa (1975 I think) - One of the more well known Zamrock bands. Not to be confused with the J. Mascis stoner rock band of the same name.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6XVx_5hDNg

Richard in Your Mind - Four Leaf Clover Salad (2014)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUjfZhGfQUM

Zior - Entrance of the Evil (1972)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBI-s6Ob_Oc

Wet Tuna - Goin'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFaUyZy8OhM

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


me your dad posted:

Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother [Live, Montreux] (1970)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHdsaA7EezU


hatelull posted:

The live stuff they released on those compilation albums is easily some of my favorite Floyd. There's a killer "Echoes" on one of those as well.

This is real good. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. :)

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


I had a fun romp through Spotify the other night. I remembered Infected Mushroom, so I queued up some of their music. While that was playing I checked out the "Fans Also Like" page for them and clicked on the first band recommended, 1200 Micrograms. I read a bit about them and learned about Raja Ram, who I then read about. He's been making music for a long time and one of his first bands was Quintessence, a psych rock band from the 70s.

I think they're pretty good!!

Vishnu Narain and Cosmic Surfer are both really good songs! I really, really enjoy Vishnu Narain. Now back to listening to more of their music...

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


Goddamn Australia makes good musicians.

Midlife rules. Their album Automatic is super good!

Spotify

YouTube

The album is good from start to finish. I think the highlight for me was Citations (On Spotify only, I can't find individual tracks on YouTube). It struck me as if early and late Pink Floyd collaborated on a single song - and I loved every second of it. The album closer, Automatic is really great too. I haven't been this excited about an album in a long time!

This is perfect music for this endless working from home situation.

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004



I like OSees (the oh sees? they change a lot)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u73AGFGipA8&t=2137s

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



Something from a pretty obscure mid-90s Atlanta band
- Heinous Bienfang: Fever Dream

https://youtu.be/ToPDUcdRUJo

I saw them live once in the late nineties and they put on a great show.

I feel like I may have posted this or them before. I dunno.

Bonus picture of them with Brett Hinds from Mastodon, another Atlanta band.

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me your dad fucked around with this message at 23:27 on Sep 27, 2020

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Laserface posted:

I like OSees (the oh sees? they change a lot)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u73AGFGipA8&t=2137s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWZLNg5xi6c

Here, have a full album (which, I think is their strongest album yet!!)

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


Here's a brief injection of life to the thread - Already Gone by Wooden Shjips.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?list=RDQqlzORBNAcg&v=xN0bkvD7SaA

It's from the album V. which is very excellent from beginning to end. This group has been slowly creeping into my playlists on Spotify.

Another recent band that's been getting lots of air time in my house is Sleepy Sun. I got into them through the song Seaquest: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hzlGiLg5Rn0

hatelull
Oct 29, 2004



Wildtortilla posted:

Here's a brief injection of life to the thread - Already Gone by Wooden Shjips.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?list=RDQqlzORBNAcg&v=xN0bkvD7SaA

It's from the album V. which is very excellent from beginning to end. This group has been slowly creeping into my playlists on Spotify.

Another recent band that's been getting lots of air time in my house is Sleepy Sun. I got into them through the song Seaquest: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hzlGiLg5Rn0

If you dig on Wooden Shjips (and I very much do) then you will probably like Moon Duo. Not super noise, but they lean far into the mellow psychedelia.

Channeling the Stoner Doom thread ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrkzB8VcEXM

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


hatelull posted:

If you dig on Wooden Shjips (and I very much do) then you will probably like Moon Duo. Not super noise, but they lean far into the mellow psychedelia.

Channeling the Stoner Doom thread ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrkzB8VcEXM

This is a good song. It's playing now. Spotify's telling me the guitarist is also the guitarist in Wooden Shjips!

This is good stuff. It's pulling together lots of sounds I like. Like this is scratching an Air itch and Zero 7 itch.

Edit: walked across the house to grab my headphones so I can better appreciate this song while I work this afternoon.

Edit 2: THIS SONG IS LANDING JUST RIGHT

In the Trees (Spotify link)

Wildtortilla fucked around with this message at 17:54 on Feb 8, 2021

SCheeseman
Apr 23, 2003



New Psychedelic Porn Crumpets album dropped recently

Spotify
Apple
Youtube

SCheeseman
Apr 23, 2003



It's really good. I like Glitter Bug.

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


SCheeseman posted:

New Psychedelic Porn Crumpets album dropped recently

Spotify
Apple
Youtube

Got goosebumps from Tripolasaur three times!!!

https://open.spotify.com/track/2d5enyjU9SbdDIV4Lgj6e5?si=kWTR-XmVQBGw2td7r9u3Og

Turbinosamente
May 29, 2013

Lightning!


I was going to poop on Porn Crumpets for being too close to King Gizzard for the first two songs, but then the album got way better afterwards. In recompense here's a couple of songs from Murasaki: a band on the Deep Purple end of things.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4oaoF62bDU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTy_smxpEO8

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



I forgot about this thread. Here's some random stuff that came on while I was listening to music yesterday:

Perseide - Parmi les arbres (2019)
Good track from a Quebecois band. More info on them here:
https://theeliteextremophile.com/2019/12/08/album-review-perseide-parmi-les-arbres/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_yue3xn0fw

Mazzy Star - So That Tonight I Might See 1993
Though admittedly more smacked-out sounding than psychedelic, it's nice and layered and droning and probably good for the tail end of a trip. I was about to say I consider Mazzy Star to be pretty underappreciated but I just looked on Spotify and their top five songs are all in the tens of millions of listens. I was 17 when Fade into You got popular and I've always been a sucker for that track but I never dug deeper until just a few years ago.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNu3tI-GVg4

You and Me - Crystal Rain (1969)
Some obscure fuzzy track from 1969. The didn't seem to release very much. https://www.discogs.com/artist/924824-Crystal-Rain
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bL-kTJuMG-Y

Babe Rainbow - The Wind (2020)
Nice mellow track. One of several great modern psych bands out of Australia.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOoEOEHPeos

Iron Butterfly - Iron Butterfly Theme (1968)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDoWtqIGUjY

Filthy Huns - Magick Tea (2017)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-OW8GhKBNE

The Savage Resurrection - Thing in "E" (1968)
A band from late sixties San Francisco. They released one album.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLNIX4PlEgQ

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


I started with Perseide and I'm still jamming out with 'em. I'm looking forward to going down this list. Babe Rainbow is fantastic. I have several of their songs flagged in Spotify.

Thanks for the tunes! :D

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



Population II - Introspection
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Eb3qBXsW1s

Sweetwater - My Crystal Spider (1968)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlLxQ0NJPoc

The Strangers - Onye Ije
Good Zamrock
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXt3eYoq8pc

Mote - Magnetic Space
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Go4HuAO79aw

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



I made a Spotify playlist of most things everyone has posted here so far. Some shared whole albums, which were left off, and a lot of the obscure Japanese noise isn't on Spotify. I'll do my best to keep it updated.

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/58SXyeGqvbGYUNTsj49JlO?si=f96b3a1df7ba44d5

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



Post Animal - Swamp Fruit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EM2_DTcnC3I

Dead Skeletons - Dead Mantra
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkHCGpvoghQ

Spirit of the Beehive - THE SERVER IS IMMERSED
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKSky6rbx50

Zeluth
May 12, 2001



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugTaPTv0eQY

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


Yo thanks for the Spotify playlist. I listened to it for a while this week while working. Today's my day off and I'm putzin' in my garage with it.

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



More stuff I listened to last week:

Giant Kelp Mystic River - The Big Idea - I can't find info about this band.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xNlnqIAQ0M

Ty Segall/White Fence - Time - a collab between two awesome forces in modern psychedelic rock.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByfQVDOCacg

Gift - Drugs - (1972) - I discovered this one on this great Numero Group compilation of old hard rock psych songs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFqmYRIRvYs

ORB - Immortal Tortoise - a band from Australia, and on the same label as King Gizzard. Not to be confused with the legendary psybient electronic group The Orb.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQNoW6ySD84

REZN - Waves of Sand - a Chicago group formed in 2016. Heavy psychedelic, leaning toward doom.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0uNaZ6nbww

me your dad fucked around with this message at 14:02 on Apr 12, 2021

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


I found ORB, via that very same song, within the past few weeks myself. Itís good stuff!

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004



Orb are a great band.


Im seeing KGLW next week and its my first time and Im very excited even though I dont see them playing much from Rats Nest which is the only album I really give a poo poo about of theirs.

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



I got to see them a couple times, once with ORB opening. They both put on great shows. Enjoy :)

Didn't King Gizzard lose one of their drummers?

I didn't realize concerts are happening again.

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004



me your dad posted:

I got to see them a couple times, once with ORB opening. They both put on great shows. Enjoy :)

Didn't King Gizzard lose one of their drummers?

I didn't realize concerts are happening again.

we haven't had community transmission in Australia for like a month and a bit nationally, and my state/city has been clean for close to 3 months.

dancefloors and venues are operating pretty much as normal now, its god drat fantastic to be seeing live music 3 nights a week again. might be a while before international bands come back here but theres plenty of local acts to keep me busy, and stoner/doom is a booming scene here in Aus so Im covered.

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


What is the common ground shared by psych rock and Stoner/doom metal?

I'm not music savvy enough to know why I like both genres so, so much. I started down the stoner/doom metal path 10+ years ago with Kyuss and Electrix Wizard leading the charge. That some how kicked open the psych rock door and now here we are.

I'm super jealous of Australia because a ton of my fav music is being made by Australians. I saw Tame Impala in 2019 at an outdoor concert in Philly. Best live show I've ever seen (seeing Tool a few months later is a close second). The mood that night was among the chilliest, happiest times of my entire life. Kevin Parker is an Australian national treasure.

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004



for me at least, its a few things.

stoner/doom its the fuzzy tones, the miserable, crushing riffs and as Beastwars say 'obey the riff'. just let it ride for as long as feels good. I saw some Doom/sludge bands this weekend just gone and when they're just crushing you with the same super loud, heavy riff it becomes really hypnotic.

kraut rock is sorta the same vibe. repetitive but slowly building. not in a prog sorta way, but the slow ebb and flow and build of a riff, the little fills and variances and swells.

a hooky riff and repetition is really what does it, but it works in a lot of genres. AC/DCs Jailbreak is a favorite song of mine for the same reasons, but not what you'd consider Stoner or Doom or Psychedelic.

Psych rock it leans more towards the hypnotic nature of the music and playing tricks on my mind with stereo effects.


theres also the drugs factor. both types of music sound incredible on drugs.



semi-related, I was reading an article about some cave paintings found in africa that featured human figures with mushroom-shaped heads. The article went on to say that tribal music and dancing was used by shamans to induce states of hypnosis or trance and the key was the repetition of the dancing and the music over several hours. then the shamans accidentally ate the right kind of mushrooms or cactus and were like 'woah you mean we can just eat this instead of dancing in circles for 3 hours?' so maybe thats part of it?

Also, the human brain is wired to identify patterns and sequences. thats why we love 'the drop' in dance music, the 'nasty riff comes back but slower' in stoner.

my theory anyway.



e: the other thing I forgot about doom/stoner is that it the miserable sound of a lot of it is really cathartic for me. like the music is leeching all the sadness and poo poo out of my head and through the speakers. its refreshing to sit down and listen to Bongrippers albums start to finish for me whereas most people, when i show them what i listen to, the first thing they ask is 'doesnt this make you want to kill yourself?'

Laserface fucked around with this message at 05:25 on Apr 14, 2021

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


What a great write up. I think that explains a lot of my feelings about the genres. Speaking of mind tricks, Tame Impala's Posthumous Forgiveness is great for that.

It happens just shy of 3:45 after quite a build up. It's suuuuuch a good effect. It feels like it pulls my brain forward and backward, whereas most fun effects like this have a side to side effect.

https://open.spotify.com/track/1KcOU0q9AMXV9xi4tSzzCc?si=kbfVa-zBTw26aAqc4b9Xog

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



Stuff from today's listening:

The Magic Mixture - Urge to Leave (1968) - the sole album from a British group.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf1Mbrjnb10

Javelin - Estevez (2011) - Psychedelic slide guitar? Enjoy the slide guitar sections of the incredible ambient album Chill Out by The KLF? You'll like this cool little instrumental track.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqWe2mM188o

Ace of Cups - Simplicity (late sixties) - all-female psychedelic group formed in San Francisco. This is a great track and apparently an homage to Wavy Gravy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qadzLHS4ckA

Spring - Golden Fleece (1971) - a proggy song from a British quintet.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ore_-CBTdDE

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



I just discovered this and I'm digging the whole album. Some of it sounds like it could be a psychedelic T-Rex.

Caleb Landry Jones - Licking the Days

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5Y7LHuNI2M

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


This song is hitting my ears just right

Indian Zone Drum Killer Inc by Tandy Love:

https://open.spotify.com/track/0AMWwBYxbWI8D0E1FFwmWP?si=PiOW4QV5RWSxWHFn32_2Iw

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004



That hit my discover weekly and yeah, good jam.

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



Songs i have recently heard

Pipe-eye - The Way She Walks (on the moon)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2ZylKw-88o

Druid Fluids - Out of Phase
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckwujJksMXA

Mondo Drag - New Rituals
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WBnSNPMNUQ

Orion's Belt - Joe Frazier (live)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXbCKOYZRUQ

Wildtortilla
Jul 8, 2008


Astral Sun - Time for Change

Spotify

YouTube

me your dad
Jul 25, 2006



Wildtortilla posted:

Astral Sun - Time for Change

Spotify

YouTube

Songs like this make me wish I still did acid.

Sopwith Camel - Orange Peel. These guys were smooth. Fazon is another good track, albeit less psychedelic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKF90j3G_OI

Beans - Melt. Might win my heart for best band name in a while. They're another awesome psych product of Australia. They're fronted by the singer from The Murlocs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v03mnL8u2pw

Sisters of Your Sunshine Vapor - Untitled. Cool track from a Detroit psych rock band.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lfKwNOk15c

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004



This is a cool song on a cool album that I can't seem to link to on YouTube on my phone. King gizz and kraut rock vibes.

https://youtu.be/Cx8fSxK1ePA

Laserface
Dec 24, 2004



King gizz are doing 5 shows in 5 nights exploring their whole sound.

Got my tickets to the heavy metal show :) I saw KGLW a few weeks ago and got the mirotonal/jammy stuff, and Rats Nest is my favorite album so playing that in full is going to be quite a treat.


quote:

Melbourneís most prolific band move in and make themselves at home at Carriageworks for a career spanning residency over five nights during Vivid Sydney.

Read the full set lists below.




Acoustic Night, 8pm Sun 22 Aug, 7.30pm

Slow Jam I
This Thing
Sense
Her and I (Slow Jam II)
Stressiní
Let Me Mend The Past
Itís Got Old
Sleepwalker
The Wheel
Dirt
The Bitter Boogie
Muddy Water
Hot Water
The River
BOOK NOW




Jams Night, 8pm Mon 23 Aug, 7.30pm

Head On/Pill
Am I In Heaven?
Sea of Trees
Work This Time
Sleep Drifter
Honey
Melting
Straws In The Wind
Float Along Ė Fill Your Lungs
BOOK NOW






Microtonal Night, 8pm Tue 24 Aug, 7.30pm

K.G.L.W.
Ontology
Oddlife
O.N.E.
Supreme Ascendancy
See Me
The Book
Billabong Valley
Ataraxia
All Is Known
Anoxia
Pleura
Nuclear Fusion
Automation
D-Day
Minimum Brain Size
Rattlesnake
BOOK NOW




Garage Rock Night, 8pm Wed 25 Aug, 7.30pm

Iím In Your Mind
Iím Not In Your Mind
Cellophane
Iím In Your Mind Fuzz
Plastic Boogie
Willoughbyís Beach
Digital Black
Dead-Beat
Evil Death Roll
Black Tooth
Wah Wah
Danger $$$
Muckraker
Robot Stop
Big Fig Wasp
Gamma Knife
People-Vultures
Cut Throat Boogie
The Lord Of Lightning
BOOK NOW




Heavy Metal Night, 8pm Thu 26 Aug, 7.30pm

Planet B
Mars For The Rich
Organ Farmer
Superbug
Venusian 1
Perihelion
Venusian 2
Self-Immolate
Hell
The Great Chain Of Being
Vomit Coffin
Murder Of The Universe
Road Train
Open Water
Doom City
K.G.L.W.

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did warren tres die of drugs or coronavirus and can we go back and trade donald trump or boris johnson for his life

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