Psychedelic Music

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The Electric Family Terra Circus

"In this genre, The Electric Family is in league with the legendary innovators that defined this undefinable style of music. The recording process and the compositions foster spontaneity.The music takes the listener through unforeseen twists and turns. There is an excitement and inspired a feeling of ‘in-the-moment’ creativity."

Driftwood Pyre Strangeways EP

"Packed with catchy songs, rocking guitars and psychedelic vibrations. It has high quality production for a clear, rich and balanced sound that begs to be blasted at high volume."

Vibravoid A Night At The Museum

"Vibravoid is a psychedelic rock band with kaleidoscopic liquid light oozing from their entire being. The music is a projector transmitting waves of transcendent experience into the mind of the listener pushing them out of their head into far-out vistas. Vibravoid is classic psychedelic music"

Review: Moon Duo Killing Time Expanded Edition

"‘Killing Time (Expanded Edition)’ is a treat for Moon Duo fans and consolidates their rarest early recordings onto one LP. "

The Myrrors Hasta La Victoria

"Their music captures the spirit of the American Southwestern landscape and its harsh mystic beauty.  ‘Hasta La Victoria’ has an element of political unrest for a complex and uniquely challenging album which juxtaposes natural environments with political upheaval."

The Cult of Lip – Your Feedback

"‘Your Feedback’ from The Cult of Lip is a whirlpool of detuned, effected guitars which spirals against the driven rhythm section."

Electric Moon – Stardust Ritual

"Electric Moon is real psychedelia at its finest. Their space rock reaches new heights on ‘Stardust Rituals’ taking the listener on a visionary journey."

Buffalo Fuzz

"If you like psychedelic blues, stoner rock, and bands like The Black Keys this is for you."


"SEAFARER is a four piece indie psych band based in Minneapolis Minnesota. On their first self-titled release they show off a sea of crystalline synths, charming melodies and daydreamy lyricism with a splash of British psychedelia."

Favorite Music of 2016

Favorite albums of 2016 2016 recap: Music in 2016 was amazing! It was an exciting year for the psych scene where reverb soaked guitars with vintage sounds in mainstream music. The underground bands are getting bigger and their tours are... Continue Reading →

Ash Ra Tempel

  Psychedelic Classics revisited: 1971 The self-titled debut from the Berlin based Ash Ra Tempel marked a new era in music known as Krautrock. They created music that was outside the conventional framework Taking LSD and recording improvisational jams.... Continue Reading →

Can – Tago Mago

    Tago Mago by Can is universally considered one of the most influential Krautrock albums. Can was all German except the singer Damo Suzuki from Japan. He would sing in multiple languages and propelled the band into improvisation, noise,... Continue Reading →

The Human Expression – Love At A Psychedelic Velocity 1967

  When I first heard Human Expression I thought it was contemporary band with a vintage vibe, however, it is a lost classic. The Human Expression from 1960’s Los Angeles was virtually unknown until the last 10 years. It’s psychedelic... Continue Reading →

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