Spoilers to release debut album “Anti Vibe” on November 11th 2016

Anti Vibe”, the debut LP from London-based garage outfit Spoilers, is a statement, recalling the punchier elements of Dischord Records post-hardcore whilst also drawing inspiration from motorik krautrock rhythms. Brought together by a teenhood friendship and a chance meeting at Deerhunter's ATP Festival, the four-piece cite inspiration from the likes of Fugazi, Sonic Youth, Thee Oh Sees & Male Bonding.

The Vryll Society to release “Pangea” EP on October 26th 2015

Deltasonic's newest signing The Vryll Society continue to mesmerise and enthrall with their wonderful groove-laden sound in “Air”, the first track taken from their forthcoming debut EP “Pangea”.
Having built up a strong fanbase following the release of their last single “Deep Blue Skies” and subsequent UK tour, the quintet have earned glowing reviews for their festival appearances this summer, and these latest offerings take the audience further into their world of liquid jams and wonderfully crafted songwriting.

thisquietarmy to release “Anthems for Catharsis” on May 15th 2015

thisquietarmy, the drone/experimental guitar-based project of Eric Quach (Hypnodrone Ensemble, Destroyalldreamers & Parallel Lines) will release their new studio effort “Anthems for Catharsis” next month, on May 15 via TQA Records & Consouling Sounds.

The new album was recorded and mixed by Erich Quach in his hometown of Montreal and according to the mainman is darker than the last studio release “Rebirths” from 2014.    

“Ruminations”, a new song from the 6-track release is now playing below.

Seven That Spells - The Death and Resurrection of Krautrock: IO

OK this is how things should be from now on – after listening to this album. I’ll start asking for allowance for dangerous and unhealthy mental work from several bands & labels! That’s all! They can do their shit but I shouldn’t be the one to face the music!
Now back to the album. I wasn’t aware of Seven That Spells (and how happy I was back then!)… now that I’m aware all that happiness has gone away. This band was formed in 2003 and this is their 11th release so far! I’ll be damned! It’s truly awful to experience that “neo-retro” prog thing every once in a while, where anything from the late 60s and early 70s must sound cool, progressive, innovative and awesome.

Eloy - Reincarnation on Stage

I still remember me circa 1987... as an 8 year old kid, still rather short, trying to reach the LPs on the medium shelf, just to browse and being particularly intrigued by the really psychedelic cover of Eloy’s “Ocean” that I had inherited… a year later, as I was more into Greek folk music at the time, I was intrigued but as my command of English was lacking still and my overall exposure to foreign cultures, was still I suppose not fully at its peak, I actually didn’t revisit the middle shelve until half a year later.

Brainticket - Cottonwoodhill reissue out now

Much to the excitement of Krautrock fans and music collectors worldwide, Purple Pyramid Records will be reissuing the seminal 1971 debut album and psych-groove masterpiece by legendary Brainticket titled “Cottonwoodhill” on CD May 7, 2013. Featuring full digital remastering for superior sonic clarity and packaged with extensive liner notes by music historian Dave Thompson!

Nektar - Journey to the Centre Of the Eye gets a re-issue

Prog fans rejoice! Purple Pyramid Records will be releasing a Special Collector's Re-issue of UK progressive rock legends Nektar's classic Sci-Fi themed, prog-psych masterpiece "Journey To The Centre Of The Eye" on February 26, 2013. The CD will include the original album mix fully remastered, original liner notes by famed rock biographer Dave Thompson and two rare bonus tracks! This re-issue kicks off a series of Nektar catalog releases that will culminate with the release of a new studio album, "Time Machine" coming this summer 2013.