Hallelujah Mystic Garden Part One is a great Acid Mothers Temple Album. For those who think Acid Mothers Temple is too crazy this album could prove otherwise. Kawabata is true to form with his unique and powerful guitar stylings.
Imajinary Friends of San Fransisco, California dive deep into kruatrock grooves and post-punk dreams with sexy counterculture lysergic experimentation. The music has way far-out quantum consciousness by the microgram dosing your ears with kaleidoscopic liquid sounds.
Vive La Void is synth EDM music with etherial witchy vibes. Her use of synth-wave rhythms and reality warping effects is second to none.
Wooden Shjips return with an album full of laid-back attitude, classic rock inspirations, and Wooden Shjips characteristic sound. Beautiful guitar, wah, organ and echoing tones ride on tight steady rhythms.
Vibrations From The Cosmic Void is packed with delicious vintage psychedelic tones. This album is a space rock odyssey going further into the cosmos. The tape delay is in full effect as guitar notes repeat and echo into infinity. Vibravoid’s new album displays some of their best music to date.
The songs build momentum as they progress with unpredictable section changes and innovative use of effects. The guitars go from clean and tight to broken and distorted. At times the guitar sounds like it may have been set on fire with molten distortion and feedback.
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. are known for way-far-out space rock. 'Wandering Outer Space' is no exception.The sounds slip between the cracks of conventional harmony and musical structure, never landing on familiar sounds.
2018 is sure to be a mighty beast of musical delight for King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard. Their live performances are outstanding and not to be underestimated.