Tag Archives: Psychedelic

SONG OF THE DAY The Growlers – Habit Of Dread (Audiotree Live)

Excuse the rather brief post but when your ill in bed everything is an effort and even the most basic function is proving to be hard work…. What wasn’t hard work today, however, is the choice of song! The Growers … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Ofo The Black Company – Allah Wakbarr

Today’s little psychedelic funk gem comes to you from 1970’s Nigeria and was recorded by a band called Ofo & The Black Company in 1972! Forming that same year, Ofo & The Black Company was formed by Larry Ifediorama in Lagos, Nigeria and started … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Strange Cages – Hypothalamus Blues

Brighton three-piece, Strange Cages once described themselves as a “garage/psych band with cruel intentions” and if you’re familiar with their music I’m pretty sure you’d agree with this sentiment!  No stranger to the LP Blog, this garage-punk trio never fail to put a little shiver … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Black Flower – Almaz

“Psyche-delicious and accessible 21st century Ethiodubjazz.  As if John Zorn put on Fela Kuti’s shoes and imbibed Mulatu Astatke’s whirls..” Ok, so for this one I’m going to ask for five minutes of your undivided, distraction-free  attention so that you … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Grains Of Sand – Going Away Baby

This little flurry of frenzied psych madness comes to you courtesy of LA’s The Grains of Sand, a garage rock band that formed in California in 1965! For a period, the group exerted a promising presence in Los Angeles’s music … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Stasis – Hamtown Slang

If this is your first listen to Michael Stasis, join the club, this is my first listen too!..and I mean that quite literally, I am just on my second listen to the first song that introduced me to his music tonight! … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Doors – The Changeling

Mr Morrison would have been 74 today had he lived beyond his (far too) brief 27 years, so today’s song is for you Mr Mojo Risin, wherever you are still rocking! When I was 16 and just getting into The … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Ghost Funk Orchestra – What Now

This band’s title, Ghost Funk Orchestra is interesting enough in itself, but if you connect the substance of sound with the style of name, what you get is a very dynamic blend of DIY psychedelic soul, latin funk/jazz, hip hop … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Mark Sultan – Let Me Out

Canadian-born Mark Antonio Pepe, a.k.a Mark Sultan has been creating and reinventing glorious garage-rock sounds for many years now.  Also known as BBQ, he has performed under this moniker both as a solo artist and as part of a two-man … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Effi Duke & The Love Family – The Time Is Come

Brighton-based Mr Bongo will be releasing Mr Bongo Record Club Volume Two this November, their second compilation album which will pick up where Volume One left off!  This time,however, they have added a touch more soul and disco into the mix which will … Continue reading

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