Archive for the Psych Category
Plant, Beck, Waits, Skip! Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Modern Harmonic presents the first ever vinyl edition of More Oar‘ A Tribute To The Skip Spence Album. In addition to the full album’which features covers from Robert Plant, Beck, Mudhoney, Tom Waits, and others this edition features the wild skeletal recording […]
“Seiche formed in Chicago as a recording project to show off the skills of the musicians and the engineer. The resulting record: Seiche – Demo Press LP was a hard psych prog record released in 1981, that sounded like it came straight out of 1973, but was mostly unavailable, due […]
Out-Sider present a reissue of Stone Harbour’s Emerges, originally released in 1974. The absolute king of lo-fi basement psychedelia, originally released as a private pressing in 1974 by this duo from Ohio. From dreamy melancholic tracks to insane fuzzed-out heavy psych ones. Remastered sound; Insert with photos and liner notes […]
Way back in 2004, Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. released the CD-only album Minstrel In The Galaxy on Riot Season Records. The decision to make it CD only at the time was down to the epic title track being almost 42 minutes in length. Fast forward fifteen […]
Sommor Records present a reissue of Lucifer Was’s debut album Underground And Beyond, originally released in 1997 as a picture disc LP. Killer hard psych-prog from Norway, Underground And Beyond from cult proto-metal band Lucifer Was, contains songs written in 1971-72, but not recorded until 1997. Established in 1970 in […]
Trading Places present a reissue of Judd’s self-titled album, originally released in 1970. Alsatian wunderkind Mark Wirtz led many successful pop music projects during the 1960s and ’70s, especially during his long tenure at Abbey Road. A gifted painter, musician and actor, Wirtz’s college band was signed to EMI as […]
“NWOBHM titans, DEALER, celebrate their 40th anniversary as a band this Fall (2019). In commemoration of their perservence as a seminal British heavy metal outfit, Splattered Records is excited to bring you an official reissue of two of their most powerful releases in one package. The first ever re-release of […]
Gong’s quintessential trilogy comprised of the albums ‘Flying Teapot’, ‘Angel’s Egg’ and ‘You’ are reissued worldwide by BYG / Charly Records, remastered in 2015 from the original tapes by Nick Robbins at Soundmastering Studios. ‘Angel’s Egg’ is not your usual progressive rock album. Very quirky, with many, mostly brief compositions, […]
14 tracks from the Louisville late ’60s/early ’70s garage-psych scene. These cuts (all of them previously unissued, except for one originally released on a rare 45) were found in the archives of the city’s well known Allen-Martin Studio, after the owners retired and the place closed down. Including some rather […]
Welcome to Rugby, 1986. Spacemen 3 and The Cogs Of Tyme launch The Reverberation Club, sharing headliner duties. Twelve never before released tracks of garage punk psychedelia, featuring: Gavin Wissen (The Guaranteed Ugly), Tim Morris (Spacemen 3), Will Carruthers (Spacemen 3, Spiritualized, Spectrum, Brian Jonestown Massacre), Sean Cook (Spiritualized, Massive […]
Sorcerer Records present the reissue of Why Not Now?… Alan!, the debut LP from 1987 by Milwaukee space-rock gods, F/i. Available for the first time on vinyl since its initial release, it remains a holy grail item for lovers of cosmic rock n’ roll sounds from underground Amerika in the […]
Repress! Originally released in 1972 on Vertigo, ‘Changes’ is even more sought after by collectors than the band’s debut album. Again, this is unusual and mysterious progressive rock by an excellent UK band. This edition on 180 gram vinyl comes with a pasted gatefold hardboard sleeve featuring reproduced artwork.
Repress! This top notch Dutch band from The Hague had their pinnacle during the early seventies when they delivered some outstanding 24 carat symphonic rock albums. Earth & Fire was founded by the twin brothers Chris (guitar) and Gerard (keyboards) Koerts in ’68. Soon bass player Hans Ziech, drummer Kees […]
Pan Records reissue. “The one and only album by Freddy Lindquist, the Hendrix of Norway, a true guitar-viking!! This album shows why he was given these names. True heavy psychedelia from Norway’s leading guitar-prince (next to king Terje Rypdal). Menu was recorded and released in 1970. Lindquist played a lot of the instruments in the album himself, but was […]
Shortly before forming Slapp Happy (with Peter Blegvad and Dagmar Krause), British experimental musician, composer, performer and producer Anthony Moore was part of Berlin’s boiling experimental scene. In that period he cut two interesting LP’s for Polydor, sounding like the missing link between British art-rock and German krautrock! Here’s a […]
British experimental musician, composer, performer and producer Anthony Moore was a founding member of Slap Happy and has worked with Henry Cow, Kevin Ayers, and Pink Floyd among other great names in the British scene. In 1971 he moved to Hamburg, Germany, and worked in the boiling experimental scene of […]
Though few people realized it back in 1968, The Outsiders CQ was a landmark album for the Dutch music scene, and the crowning achievement for one of Hollands greatest bands. Had it been released by a British or American band, CQ might be mentioned today in the same breath as […]
Music On Vinyl presents Todd Rundgren the A Wizard, A True Star series. His second album Runt. The Ballad of Todd Rundgren consists of mostly piano-led ballads, with the exceptions being “Bleeding”, “Parole”, and “Chain Letter”. He was playing most of the instruments himself, as he was becoming very particular […]
Reissue on sea blue coloured vinyl. Limited edition deluxe 180 gram vinyl in gatefold sleeve. The classic 1971 album by UK band Tractor, appearing under a different name. Originally issued on Dandelion the album is now expanded and remastered. A truly beautiful progressive/space rock album, it mixes the epic quality […]
Pete Brown was a Londoner and a veteran of the underground scene. Born in 1940, he first came to prominence as a poet. He was just 14 when his first poem appeared in ‘Evergreen Revue’ in the US. Then in the early sixties he worked alongside another British poet Mike […]
1970’S ‘Thousands On A Raft’, Pete Brown & Piblokto!’s debut album for Harvest, clocks in at the hard-rock and experimental jazz edge of prog, as heard on the extended instrumental interludes of ‘Highland Song’ and ‘If They Could Only See Me Now’; in contrast, Brown’s poetic sensibilities drive esoteric numbers […]
Originally released by Matador in 2006, this acclaimed album by the ’60s and ’70s influenced psych rockers is now reissued on vinyl, adding a second LP presenting session outtakes and demo rarities.
A vinyl-reissue of this UK hardrock rarity from the mid ’70s, originally released in a tiny quantity by the Deroy custom label. This edition is pressed on heavy black vinyl and limited to only 300 numbered copies. An insert is included.