a0201907820_10
Alternative/Indie Bandcamp CDs Drone Experimental Music Guitar Instrumental MP3s Music Music Downloads Music Technology New Releases Psychedelic Reissues Rock

[Music] JOHN 3:16 – Sinner’s Prayer

  Wave after wave of beautifully crunchy, hypnotic drone is what makes JOHN 3:16’s new release (a reissue from 2011, apparently), a 30-minute affair, so appealing. The guitar playing is so heavily textured that you feel like a sonic blanket has wrapped you up, making you forget, albeit temporarily, the vagaries of the world.  Drone …

Continue Reading
a3630263814_16
Art-Rock Bandcamp Classic Rock Kosmische Musik Krautrock MP3s Music Music Downloads Music Technology New Releases Progressive Rock Psychedelic Retrospectives Rock

[Music] Beyond Beyond is Beyond 2017 Summer Jam Sampler

Beyond Beyond is Beyond has begun to carve a place for themselves as the premier prog-psych record label in the United States. Their catalog features acts like Japan’s Kikagaku Moyo, Brooklyn’s Ancient Ocean and many others. This compilation is a great way to introduce yourselves to their racket.

Continue Reading
a0648832531_16
Art-Rock Bandcamp Classic Rock Folk Folk-Rock MP3s Music Music Downloads Music Technology New Releases Progressive Rock Psychedelic Rock

[Music] The Warp/The Weft – Mapping an Absence

I tend to have the best luck in the world with unsolicited releases! Poughkeepsie, New York’s The Warp/The Weft send an album which blends folk, prime-era 70’s hard rock and prog into a rather novel blend of something a Tull fan could be proud of, never mind all you prog freaks who collect ultra-rare garage-prog …

Continue Reading
70s Classic Rock Classical Music Contemporary Classical Experimental Music Improvisational Music Music Videos Psychedelic Rock

[Music] Spooky Tooth & Pierre Henry – Offering

I am well aware that some of my friends and colleagues hate this song, considering it near the bottom of Pierre Henry’s musical canon. So be it. The reason I’m featuring this tune, however, is for two reasons. First, it was my introduction to Henry’s work. I wasn’t much of a hard-rock guy, and Spooky …

Continue Reading