Category Archives: Psychedelic

Arrington de Dionyso’s Malaikat dan Singa – I Feel the Quickening

Episode 93 

Malaikat dan Singa

Out of Olympia, blasting into new territory from their olden days of Old Time Relijun-y goodness Malaikat dan Singa throat sings you to new levels of euphoria, blast this shit loudly, and share it with someone you love.

their bandcamp ———–> here

Arrington’s tumblr ———> here

ep093 Arrington de Dionyso’s Mailakat dan Singa – I Feel the Quickening

La Luz – It’s Alive

Episode 90 

La Luz

 

Seattle surf-punk garage heroines La Luz have a full length album out called It’s Alive and they are currently on a lengthy tour of the western-most portion of North America before they head off to Europe. This music soothes your vibes.

their site ———> here

their record ———-> here

their fb ————> here

ep090 La Luz – It’s Alive

Hookworms – Away/Towards

Hookworms (photo credit by Katie Prior)

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UK band Hookworms released their debut album in October and it is a mind-blowing/mind-numbing bastion of sonic bombardment. Psychedelic jams that build, reverberate, resonate then retreat and repeat.

their website——–> here

their fb———–> here

world weird records (get the lp)———–> here

Quasi – You Can Stay But You Gotta Go

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Portland rock and rollers Sam Coones and Janet Weiss are Quasi and their new album Mole City is excellent.

their listing at Kill Rock Stars——–> here

their fb————–> here

their page—————–> here

8 Songs 1 Show 3 Months Later

ep 78 – 8 songs 1 show 3 months later

I apologize for the lengthy absence, but I cannot say that it will not happen again.
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I’ve got a lengthy show for you, to make up for lost time, a bit. I wrote an article on some of the best albums of 2013 so far and I’m going to play some songs from those very albums (and perhaps some that were not mentioned). So, here’s the list:

I Come From the Mountain by Thee Oh Sees off the album Floating Coffin
You’re Different in Person by Pissed Jeans off the album Honeys
Teasin Ass Bitch by A Giant Dog off the album Bone
You Don’t Turn Down by Marnie Stern off the album The Chronicles of Marnia
 
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In Between by The Growlers off the album Hung at Heart
For Goodness Sake by Shannon and the Clams off the album Dreams in the Rat House
Heart by Gap Dream off the album Gap Dream
Before We Run by Yo La Tengo off the album Fade

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Pregnant – Lil by Lil


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ep77 Pregnant – Lil by Lil

Pregnant, the musical emanations of one Daniel Trudeau, released “Pottery Mill” earlier this year- Aprilish. The psychedelic, folksy experimental soundscapes appeal to my inner psycho-folksy mountain man.

the website ——-> here
Pregnant on Mush Records ——–> here

The Visibles – Trestled in Trees


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ep71 The Visibles – Trestled in Trees

A return to the music! The Visibles, a SF bay area band, released their self-titled debut LP this May and they open Season 4 of 1 Song 1 Show. Tucked away in the evergreens of Fairfax CA, The Visibles are a local favorite; and they have put out an impeccably produced album, hopefully one of many to come.

Check out their site The Visibles
and their bandcamp

Thee Oh Sees – Toe Cutter Thumb Buster


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ep69 Thee Oh Sees – Toe Cutter Thumb Buster

SF band Thee Oh Sees are off and running again, releasing another album on April 16th, and personally I hope they’ve got another one lined up for the end of the year. I love them.

their website ——–> here
castle face records ——–> here
their fb ———> here

The Black Angels – Don’t Play With Guns


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ep66 The Black Angels – Don’t Play With Guns

Austin Psych outfit The Black Angels are releasing a new album on April 2nd, touring extensively at the moment and tripping out anyone with a penchant for reverb and star gazing.

their site ——-> here
their fb ——–> here

Wooden Indian Burial Ground – Crows


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ep65 Wooden Indian Burial Ground – Crows

This psychedelic/drone/fuzz/rock quartet brings the groove and the stomp, I enjoy their Portland appeal and can really bug out to em.

their tumblr ——–> here
their fb ———> here
their bandcamp ——–> here

LODRO – Big Sleep For Alice


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ep64 LODRO – Big Sleep For Alice

Out of Brooklyn come LODRO, headed to SXSW, groove their neo-noir punk sound and be at peace.

their fb ——–> here
their soundcloud ——-> here

Psychic Ills – One More Time


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ep63 Psychic Ills – One More Time

Psychic Ills has released their latest album One Track Mind on Sacred Bones Records and it’s packed with pulsating paisley perfection.

their website ——-> here
their fb ——–> here

The Mallard – Ants


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ep58 The Mallard – Ants

Bay Area natives, The Mallard, released their album Yes On Blood early 2012 on Castle Face Records and have been playing around for the past year and working on some new stuff to be released very soon (hopehope). . . They’re playing this year’s Noise Pop fest in SF and i think at SXSW

their tumblr ——–> here
their fb ——–> here
Castle Face Records ——–> here

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Faded In the Morning


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ep56 Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Faded in the Morning

Unknown Mortal Orchestra released II this year and are on the road until forever, check their site for when they’ll be in your town, and pick up the album because it needs you. They are groovy New Zealanders with a lo-fi psychedelic coating of awesome.

their website ——–> here
their fb ——> here

The Growlers – Naked Kids


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ep54 The Growlers – Naked Kids

Southern California band, The Growlers, just released “Hung At Heart” on Everloving Records and infuse the psychedelic into a psychobilly romp of a good time. Good driving music, que it up for your next road trip.

the growlers ———-> here
everloving records ——-> here
their fb ——-> here

The Men – Electric


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ep49 The Men – Electric

An album a year is note-worthy. . . a really good album every year for three years running is phenomenal. The Men have a new single out now and a new album “New Moon” coming out in March. Your only hurting yourself by avoiding them.

their blog ——-> here

Thee Oh Sees – Lupine Dominus


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ep47 Thee Oh Sees – Lupine Dominus

Another for the Best of 2012, Thee Oh Sees album Putrifiers II kicks butt and engages your chakras with rhythmic mantras that keep the inner fire burning. Light some incense and candles then prepare to be rocked.

their website ——> here
the video ———> here
download ——-> here

The Janitors – MSSG


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ep46 The Janitors – MSSG

With the release of 2 phenomenal EP’s this year, The Janitors are high on my “when’s your next release?” list. Their fuzzy, loud psych drone noise fits right into the soundtrack of my life.

their bandcamp (buy their noise) ——> here
their homepage ——–> here
follow their soundcloud ——–> here

Yo La Tengo – Ohm


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ep44 Yo La Tengo – Ohm

Long time, good time band Yo La Tengo is releasing their one billionth album “Fade” in January. Here’s a listen to the first track – Ohm
Their site ——> here
their label ——–> Matador

Thresholder – Beyond the Far Horizon



Thresholder – Beyond the Far Horizon

Thresholder have a 7″ that may or may not still be free for the taking- send an email to neilson133 AT gmail DOT com and ask for yours today.
They’ve also got a tumblr—> here.

Gap Dream – A Little Past Midnight



Gap Dream – A Little Past Midnight

Gap Dream just released their 7″ Ali Baba on Suicide Squeeze Records featuring “Generator” and “A Little Past Midnight”

Source of Yellow – The Said

Source of Yellow – The Said
Source of Yellow is definitely worth checking out- their website is —–> here

Moon Duo – Sleepwalker


Moon Duo – Sleepwalker~7 minutes Moon Duo’s new album “Circles” dropped on the 1st of October and is a good ride. Psychedelic, bouncing rhythmic melodies and ethereal vocals mix and mellow throughout. Check out their website – here. An excerpt from their “About” page: Inspiration for many of the songs themes, as well as the title Circles, came from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s 1841 essay by the same name, on the symbol and nature of “the flying Perfect.” From the opening lines: “The eye is the first circle; the horizon which it forms is the second; and throughout nature this primary figure is repeated without end.” And so it goes. Rust never sleeps.