Acid-soul revivalist King Khan is the man with the big bag of tricks and if you’re hurting, loaded or losing your mind, he’s got just the fix! Like some angel-dusted James Brown from outer space, Khan dishes up the sexual chocolate like it was a holy sacrament in his “church of psychedelic eroticness”!CONTINUE READING Streaming Media Links: VIDEO: King Khan […]Read more ›
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Having received mustache rides from the Universal Ritchie Blackmore and drunk from the Fountains of Deep-Purple Mudhoney, Israeli three-piece, Monotonix, have earned the legendary hair of rock ‘n roll. Formed in Tel Aviv in 2005 by singer Ami Shalev, guitarist Yonatan Gat and drummer Haggai Fershtman, Monotonix grew out of the disbanded Mono Addicted Acid Man, and quickly burned through […]Read more ›
The Master Musicians of Bukkake released Totem One on Conspiracy Records this spring. The first in a “Northwest trilogy” from this Stumbling Brotherhood, the album embarks on ritualized adventures into the sonic noosphere, as this psyched out seven piece logs miles tromping through astral realms in search of far-out field study! Formed as a freak collective of black artisans in […]Read more ›
This week we have live footage from Brooklyn doom core trio, Tombs, who released a blackened malestrom on Relapse Records this year called Winter Hours. Huge ice walls of a cold and brutal winter for sure; songs like “The Divide” pile on majestic slabs of melt your face guitar with blistering ferocity, while Mike Hill’s vocals sound alternately dazed and […]Read more ›
First things first, friends…Episode 18 on DVD is available for FREE from Sonic Boom Records in Seattle, WA! One hour of kick-ass live music from Lightning Bolt, Trans Am, OOIOO, Unsane, !!!, as well as music videos from The New Pornographers, The Handsome Furs, Tapes N’ Tapes, and Menomena!! Can’t Beat It…just walk up to the counter and inquire, “Dear […]Read more ›
With several tired rock strategies vying to bore the fuck out of the mid 90s, the American independent music scene started looking beyond guitar driven punk for new avenues into the musical beyond. The complexities of experimental jazz and progressive rock offered new and fertile ground, as artists began combining these forms with a revived interest in electronics, to put […]Read more ›
For those of you who have been missing your Sleep, California’s legendary metal pioneers of the doom kind that is, Al Cisneros and Chris Hakius, once the bands’ gargantuan rhythm section, have reformed as the vibrational vessel OM, and since 2004 have released a trio of albums exploring long meditations on metal smoked bliss!! Om “Flight of the Eagle 1″ […]Read more ›