Here's some random stuff:
Black Mountain - Space to Bakersfield
Electric Wurms - Fixing a Hole
Stan Hubbs - Juggernaut
Olivia Tremor Control - A Peculiar Noise Called "Train Director"
|# ¿ Mar 8, 2019 15:14|
|# ¿ Oct 27, 2020 12:32|
Going to see Acid Mothers Temple tonight. Something I've wanted to do for over a decade since high school so I'm stoked
I used to have a neighbor who I never met. He was a little younger than me and he had some interesting band stickers on his car - Nurse with Wound, that sort of thing. I had kids and I had a feeling we were just too far apart in our worlds to really connect. One day I was walking my daughter to the playground and he was on the sidewalk with some crazy looking Japansese dudes with long hair and leather jackets. They were standing near a van and as soon as I saw them I thought, "That's god damned Kawabata Makoto" but I was too nervous to say anything in case I was wrong. Like, what the gently caress would Acid Mothers Temple be doing hanging out in the middle of the day in suburban Alexandria, VA on a sunny afternoon? When I got home I checked online and sure enough, AMT was playing a show that night in DC. I'm pretty sure it was them. I don't know how the dude knew them but I've never kicked myself so hard for not speaking up.
Anyway, here's some 70's psych funk from Nigeria: (article on the group)
me your dad fucked around with this message at 13:59 on Mar 26, 2019
|# ¿ Mar 26, 2019 13:53|
Aunt Cynthia's Cabin: Choke
Bad Bad: Dead Ends (Live in Studio)
Mr. Bungle: Dead Goon
Shark Move: My Life (1970, Indonesian)
me your dad fucked around with this message at 19:30 on Mar 29, 2019
|# ¿ Mar 29, 2019 14:18|
Don't die yet thread
When video plays, cover will be for some sweet painted titties
me your dad fucked around with this message at 19:14 on Apr 19, 2019
|# ¿ Apr 19, 2019 17:12|
elia y elizabeth
Good stuff. Here's some more Latin American stuff from Argentina, where they had a pretty big psych rock scene in the 70s:
La Cofradia De La Flor Solar - Full Album. The first track is great. this album began my interest into the South American psych scene. I found it in a record store (maybe Wuxtry) in Athens Georgia when I was getting married. They had it sitting on a counter at checkout and the cover caught my eye. I gave it a listen and bought it without even finishing the first track.
Vox Dei - Genesis (an amazing track).
me your dad fucked around with this message at 16:43 on Apr 25, 2019
|# ¿ Apr 25, 2019 16:26|
Lumerians - Burning Mirrors
|# ¿ May 1, 2019 22:20|
Roky Erickson, Psychedelic Rock Pioneer, Dead at 71.
|# ¿ Jun 1, 2019 00:39|
Yeah White Faces is so good. My favorite off that album:
|# ¿ Jun 1, 2019 22:27|
Relatively Clean Rivers is great.
Another legend lost in a short span - Dr. John, known as the Night Tripper
|# ¿ Jun 7, 2019 20:20|
Best name for a psych rock band? Probably so.
For the curious: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1W0...tQpaCcxFw4fvPfg
Came out in 2014. New to me.
me your dad fucked around with this message at 18:52 on Jan 30, 2020
|# ¿ Jan 30, 2020 18:49|
This came on during a recent shroom trip and completely dismantled my brain.
The resurgence of psychedelic rock makes me wish I still took hallucinogens. I would love to listen to something like Morgan Delt on two hits of acid.
|# ¿ Jun 2, 2020 16:42|
I listen to it sober more often than not these days. It doesn't take getting stoned to appreciate it (though it doesn't hurt).
I think there's still stuff to discover. I think we'll find it in music from other countries. Most recent example would be all the great Zamrock stuff from the seventies. Who knows what hasn't made it out of other countries. Argentina had a really cool psychedelic community in the seventies. Maybe North Korea had a happening psychedelic scene we don't know about!
Anyway, here's a song that came on my stereo while I was writing this reply.
And here's a cool Argentinian track:
There's always more stuff.
me your dad fucked around with this message at 23:52 on Jun 2, 2020
|# ¿ Jun 2, 2020 22:35|
Since this is the most fitting thread to say this: I was excited to see a new release from Mr. Bungle this morning and then I listened to it. It is utter garbage akin to Ministry's Filth Pig. It is so incredibly uninteresting and such a letdown from what the band used to be.
Edit - I now see it's a cover of an old 1982 Exploited track, which sort of explains things. Strange they came back from nowhere with a bad cover song.
me your dad fucked around with this message at 13:43 on Jun 5, 2020
|# ¿ Jun 5, 2020 13:03|
To be fair I've never heard their thrash tape. I started with the band shortly after their self titled album came out and it's still my favorite release. California is really good but nothing tops the self titled album for me.
I'm just disappointed to see such a unique, creative band come back after 21 years to release this.
|# ¿ Jun 6, 2020 10:53|
me your dad fucked around with this message at 03:28 on Jun 15, 2020
|# ¿ Jun 14, 2020 23:52|
Random stuff I have been listening to.
Dougie Poole - some weird sludgy trippy country stuff. What Ween probably would have released if 12 Golden Country Greats came out around the time of The Pod.
Acid Moon and the Pregnant Sun - throwback stuff with some modern touches (which pretty much describes a lot of psych stuff these days). I really like the album artwork. I'm on the fence about the song to be honest. I like it but I know I'll get tired of it real quick.
Dumbo Gets Mad - Before Kiddos Bath
Brainticket - Black Sand
me your dad fucked around with this message at 13:47 on Aug 8, 2020
|# ¿ Aug 7, 2020 19:18|
gently caress it, here's some more.
Melody Fields - Liberty
Undergrünnen - Ørkesløs fryd
Creme Soda - Keep it Heavy
Gandalf - Hang onto a Dream
me your dad fucked around with this message at 19:56 on Aug 7, 2020
|# ¿ Aug 7, 2020 19:42|
Fifty Foot Hose - If not this time. From 1968. Pretty far out stuff with a lot of electronics.
Crimson and Clover - Aguaturbia
White Fence - It will never be
In the K.Court - Mong Tong
Prairie WWWW - Floral Cluster
me your dad fucked around with this message at 00:46 on Aug 10, 2020
|# ¿ Aug 10, 2020 00:37|
I'll keep posting until someone says to stop
Rodion G.A. - In Linistea Noptil - very cool mid-70's instrumental tune from Romania. Sounds like it could have been at home sampled on DJ Shadow's first album.
GAM - Heavy Meadow - these guys were from Savannah, GA in the mid 90s. I saw them play in Valdosta, GA, and then in Atlanta. They were a lot of fun live. They were art students from the Savannah College of Art and Design and they had some cool sculptures they would bring on stage. It was only something that could have come from the mid-90s. They released two albums and then sadly disappeared. The first album has this song on it, along with another great track (with vocals) called Beer Planet. The only other album came out after this one and was a full length disc. It had a few really great tracks and like I said, it was a bummer to see their career end. Great for fans of Mr Bungle, Ween, and Primus. This is a monstrous track. I heard it one time very loud on a couple hits of acid and that's what sealed the deal for me. An old article from Baby Sue about them
Cool Ghouls - Unionize (2017)
The Gøggs - Ruptured Line (2018) - one of Ty Segall's projects
Pan & Regaliz - When You are so Bringdown (1971)
Salvia Plath - Salvia Plath
The Monkees - Can You Dig It?
Electric Wurms - Heart of the Sunrise - a project of Wayne Coyne (sp?) from Flaming Lips. This whole album is neat. They had a great cover of the Beatles' "Fixing a Hole".
me your dad fucked around with this message at 21:37 on Aug 17, 2020
|# ¿ Aug 17, 2020 21:26|
New Riders of the Purple Sage - Dirty Business. (1971) Featuring Jerry Garcia on steel pedal guitar, along with Mickey Hart and Commander Cody. A great psychedelic country-ish tune from the band's first release.
Ween - You Were the Fool, live from the excellent '96 Country Tour Sampler bootleg (1996). A good follow up after the New Riders track above. Has a similar feel. This whole Country Tour Sampler is on Youtube and features some of the best live material the band has ever produced.
Rose City Band - Rivers of Mind (2019). A side project from Ripley Johnson, of Wooden Shjips and Moon Duo. Definitely has a similar feel as Wooden Shjips in its vocals with a bit of a country feel. Very good.
Chaz Bundick Meets the Mattson 2 - JBS (2017)
Something a bit harsher: Firefriend - Sulphur (2018). A good heady track from a Brazilian group. Musically, this track reminds me of the more layered, trippier stuff by Salem's Pot.
Telstar Sound Drone - Drugs Help (2016). Another heavier track. This one from a Copenhagen band.
me your dad fucked around with this message at 12:25 on Aug 21, 2020
|# ¿ Aug 19, 2020 14:40|
Oh hell yes I saw them on that tour but never looked up live recordings. That was so crazy seeing that huge band of old dudes jamming out on ween songs.
I'm very jealous. I saw them in 1994 (I think it was) and I really regret having stopped paying attention to the band for a while back then. There was a period for me between 1994 and 2013 when I wasn't paying attention to their current material. I fixed that in 2013 when I became friends with someone who was a huge fan and he introduced all the stuff I had missed over the years.
Mind Dye - .exe (2019) For fans of later Tame Impala. I don't like later Tame Impala though and I still like this. I don't know what that indicates.
Ween - Mountain Dew (I don't know what year). This could almost be a Butthole Surfers song. It's one of my favorite songs by the boys.
Yardbirds - Happenings Ten Years Ago (1966). Notable for being the starting point for Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. You probably know them.
Miminokoto - Tokedasu (2005 or 2007, I dunno) A good track.
Salem's Pot - Sweeden, Pt 1 (2013). This track is so heavy and layered. Probably for fans of Yob, REZN.
Hawkwind - Space is Deep (1971) I was surprised to see no Hawkwind in this thread yet, so here we go.
John's Children - Smashed, Blocked (1966)
King Gizzard - Some of Us (2020)
|# ¿ Aug 21, 2020 22:09|
Some stuff from today's listening:
Coach Moss - Thistle Do Nothing (2019)
Flower Graves - Plastic Orange (2019)
Gnoomes - Myriads of Bees (2017)
Son of Fly - I'll Stay With You (2019)
Wand - Cave In (2015)
Syd Barrett - Dominoes (1970)
The Oh Sees - Beat Quest (2018)
Jesper Siliya Lungu - Hot Do (date unknown, late 70s)
|# ¿ Aug 26, 2020 19:21|
The Churchills - When You're Gone (1969) An Israeli band, active from 1965 to the mid 70s. This was off one of three albums they produced.
Drakkar Nowhere - Higher Now (2016)
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother [Live, Montreux] (1970)
Radiators - Beekeeper (2020) There's a more established New Orleans band with the same name so I wonder how long that will last. I think they're probably flying pretty low on the radar right now. Their most popular song on Spotify only has 1,803 plays.
Andromeda - Return to Sanity (1969) A British group formed in 1966
White Fence/Tim Presley - Must Let Go (2020)
|# ¿ Sep 2, 2020 20:03|
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.
|# ¿ Sep 3, 2020 19:27|
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.
Open Mind - Magic Potion (1969)
Flamingods - Rhama (2016)
Landslide - Sad and Lonely (1972)
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.
Richard in Your Mind - Four Leaf Clover Salad (2014)
Zior - Entrance of the Evil (1972)
Wet Tuna - Goin'
|# ¿ Sep 14, 2020 16:03|
|# ¿ Oct 27, 2020 12:32|
Something from a pretty obscure mid-90s Atlanta band
- Heinous Bienfang: Fever Dream
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.
me your dad fucked around with this message at 23:27 on Sep 27, 2020
|# ¿ Sep 27, 2020 22:20|