space rock

Nektar announces Fall 2021 US Headlining Tour

For more than 50 years, Nektar has taken legions of fans on audio-visual journeys to far reaches of the universe and the depths of the ocean with their immersive blend of sight and sound. These prog-rock pioneers have been champing at the bit to get back on the road and are excited to announce they will tour America’s Northeast and Midwest this autumn, with many more dates scheduled through Spring 2022.

Odd Circus to release new EP “Arch Nova” on June 25th 2021

Avant-rock trio Odd Circus will release their “Arch Nova” EP on June 25th, 2021. Compiled from free improvisations performed live from July 22nd to July 30th, 2020, “Arch Nova” follows the recent release of the band’s critically lauded “Mantha” EP and serves as the second installment of a planned EP series.


Monster Magnet to release new covers album “A Better Dystopia” on May 21st 2021

When psychedelic rock icons Monster Magnet got off the plane in the USA after their Powertrip tour of Europe in February 2020, they already realized that they’d dodged a bullet. The band members were all healthy, despite having spent the last week of the month-long excursion gigging overseas, and at that point, many of those countries were in total lockdown. Part two of that tour, North America, was scheduled to begin three weeks later, but the rest is history… no live music, anywhere.

Big|Brave to release new studio album “Vital” on April 23rd 2021

Minimalism and instinct, structure/freedom and meticulous timing form the cornerstones of Big|Brave’s precise, rhythmical sound.

Lyrically, the new album “Vital” explores the weight of race and gender, endurance and navigating other people’s behaviours, observation and protest. The band further commented “this album involves what it means navigating the outside world in a racialized body and what it does to the psyche as a whole while exploring individual worth within this reality”.
 

Todd Rundgren announces February and March 2021 multi-city Virtual Tour

Legendary recording artist, producer, songwriter and tech pioneer Todd Rundgren has announced his 2021 Clearly Human virtual tour, featuring 25 performances, each geo-fenced and tailored to a different US city. With each performance emanating from a Chicago venue (the most convenient time zone to allow for 8pm showtimes in every market), the shows will be “localized” to give both the band and the fans a sense of place (e.g.

God Is An Astronaut to release new studio album “Ghost Tapes #10” on February 12th 2021

Reigning as one of the most well-known and highly critically acclaimed experimental instrumental groups out there with a respected musical legacy spanning nearly 20 years, Irish four-piece God Is An Astronaut will reach a career benchmark upon the release of their 10th studio album, “Ghost Tapes #10” (out on February 12th, 2021, via Napalm Records).