psychedelia

Abrahma releases music video for new single “Lost Forever”

In Time for the Last Rays of Light” is the third full-length from French progressive heavy rock outfit Abrahma. Set for release next month via Small Stone, the record follows three tumultuous years of personal challenges and lineup changes and is a chronicle of the ravages of coping with loss and mental illness, brought to bear with heavy and progressive songwriting, melodic catharsis, and an impact that goes beyond the material itself.
 

Abrahma to release new studio album “In Time for the Last Rays of Light” on May 24th 2019

French progressive heavy rock outfit Abrahma will release their third full-length, “In Time for the Last Rays of Light”, this May via Small Stone.
 
Following three tumultuous years of personal challenges and lineup changes, “In Time for the Last Rays of Light” is a chronicle of the ravages of coping with loss and mental illness, brought to bear with heavy and progressive songwriting, melodic catharsis, and an impact that goes beyond the material itself.

Queen Elephantine announces April 2019 US Tour and new album “Gorgon”

Formed in 2006 in Hong Kong and currently based in Philadelphia, USA, Queen Elephantine is the nebulous worship of a heavy mood and time. The shapeshifting post-apocalyptic rock band draws from psychedelia, doom, drone, and noise rock, as well as free jazz and sacred music from around the world.

Vasil Hadzimanov Band - Lines in Sand

Vasil Hadzimanov is back with his sophomore release around three years after his debut. This time the virtuoso Serbian keyboardist, composer and arranger is expanding his musical horizons by embellishing his ethnic, Balkan folk, prog rock and jazz/fusion music with atmospheric, R&B, funk, avant garde, psychedelia, trance and electronica elements here and there. Still, the musical experimentations along with the passionate and creative improvisations are here, cuz they are the very essence of this “kind of music”, in a way.
 

Paul Roland with Mick Crossley - Grimmer Than Grimm

Paul Roland is an interesting case. An eclectic songwriter and performer, that transcends categorization as his music dwells between psychedelia, baroque, pop, folk, gothic, rock… you name it. Far too often inspired by classic literature, horror stories, the occult and paranormal, he does so, not in light “theatrical” way, despite his music having great atmosphere and theatricality. A person who’s explored and written about the paranormal and an author himself, he has a certain authority on the matter.
 

The Sonic Dawn to release new studio album “Eclipse” on February 1st 2019

The rays of The Sonic Dawn are like a reminder that reality is only temporary. Flickering between light and darkness, their sound burns with an intensity that places the Danish trio among the top psychedelic acts of their time.

Following their first two album releases, The Sonic Dawn have toured Europe more or less constantly, only returning home to focus on their biggest work to date.

Earthless to release new live album “From the West” on September 28th 2018

San Diego based rock trio Earthless will release “From the West” on September 28, 2018, via Silver Current Records (vinyl and cassette) and October 19th, 2018, via Nuclear Blast (CD and digital).

“From the West” was recorded live at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA on March 1, 2018.

Today, the band has released the first single in the form of a live rendition of “Electric Flame”- check it out below.

Pre-order the album in various physical and digital formats here.

Ed Wynne to release debut solo album “Shimmer into Nature” on October 12th 2018

Shimmer into Nature” is the title of the debut solo album from the Ozric Tentacles founder Ed Wynne.

A visionary, a prodigal symphonist, one of the UK’s leading influential musicians: Ed Wynne is undoubtedly a gifted instrumentalist. He is credited as one of the linchpins of the UK festival scene’s re-emergence along with his band Ozric Tentacles, who formed at Stonehenge Free Festival 1983 and became staples of the Glastonbury Festival, with their most recent performance at Glastonbury in 2016 on the Glade stage.

Japanese Television to release debut self-titled EP on September 7th 2018

Japanese harp and synth player Ian Thorn and bassist Alex Lawton met on tour in Europe, performing as part of a Canadian space-rock orchestra.

They bonded over their shared passion for Finnish experimental band Circle, Pink Floyd, Television, Broadcast and Brian Eno, and went on to form instrumental space-surf band, Japanese Television, with James Moriaty and Tim Jones.
 

Black Space Riders release official video for first single “Lovelovelove...(Break the Pattern of Fear)”

German Riffonauts Black Space Riders have just released the official video for “Lovelovelovelovelovelovelovelove Love (Break the Pattern of Fear)”, the first single from forthcoming album “Amoretum Vol. 2”.

Watch the video below.

Fresh on the heels of the January 2018 release of “Amoretum Vol. 1”, Black Space Riders are set to return with the compelling follow-up, “Amoretum Vol. 2”.