Archive for the ‘Psychedelic Rock’ Category

Little Kingdom is a joyful psychedelic electric folk adventure. A revisit to Grateful Dead domains with modern synthesized elements.
A delight for guitar lovers, both acoustic and electric – I love the hypnotic arpeggios.


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An exotic mixture of psychedelic rock and cambodian music. Venus on Earth is as pleasurable as a druggy astral travel to the south east of Asia.
A delicious mystery not allowed to people who don’t take non-english lyrics.

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A nice psychedelic rock outfit with a bluesy spirit. Clearly influenced by Grateful Dead, Magnificent Fiend (could the name has a relation with GD?) sounds fresh and concise.

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Black Moth Super Rainbow - Dandelion Gum

Great great album.
I’d describe Dandelion Gum as Air on acid. But that comparison would be unfair with BMSR, which is much more than that.
They’re a cool gathering of several psychedelic elements, from retro effects to modern vocalizations, BMSR is the perfect soundtrack for a personal trip (:

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Fifty Foot Hose - Cauldron

Fifty Foot Hose is a pioneer band into the psychedelic rock american scene of the 60’s. They mixed psychedelia, rock n’ roll and experimentalism in a totally new manner. Many elements of their music can be heard on totay’s experimental bands.

There are a lot of good moments and my favs are If no this Time and specially Bad Trip.

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Black Mountain - In the Future

The second album by Black Mountain is awesome. It showcases the evolution of the whole band.

In the Future has a lot of 70’s heavy metal that reminds of Black Sabbath plus psychedelia and even subtle progressive elements. I love this album. But it would be perfect with some killer guitar solos, some parts just scream desperately for it.

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The Byrds - Fifth Dimension

Fifth Dimension is the third album by the Byrds and sounds better to me. They’re far more psychedelic, you can judge it by the lyrics. Plus the instrumental side is more consistent. They’re more electric although the Bob Dylan-esque mood is common still.

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