52 albums from 2017 that are super amazing. The full Global Psychedelia Best of 2017 list is here!
2017 was just a great year in music, so I had to span my list over two shows. I actually pulled out 9.5 hours of music in my first run through of favorite albums for this year, and have gotten it down to 4.3 hours of music. 2017 isn’t over yet, and I keep wanting […]Read more "Best of 2017 VOL 2"
2017 was just a great year in music, and I’m not just talking psychedelia. BUT, as this is Global Psychedelia’s best of volume one (of 2), I’m playing songs from some of my favorite psychedelic records of 2017. I pulled out 9.5 hours of music in my first run through of favorite albums for this […]Read more "Best of 2017 Volume I"
In the galaxy of legendary Japanese Psychedelic musicians swings the radiant infinity of Suzuki Junzo. The biggest fault of this playlist is that it doesn’t have any 20 Guilders – Mitsuru Tabata (Acid Mothers Temple, Zeni Geva) and Suzuki Junzo – who just released a new album on Nod and Smile Records. I highly recommend […]Read more "Suzuki Junzo forever"
The last volume of this three part series. I hope you’ve enjoyed getting to know a bit of Latin American psychedelia over the past few playlists! There’s sure to be a lot more on Global Psychedelia in the future. Turn on and tune in. Nuvem Leopardo . Revolver Mercurio . no centro do sol . […]Read more "A New Psychedelic Latin America Vol III"
Today’s show is volume II in this three part series of new psychedelic music from around Latin America. Global Psychedelia presents 20 songs from 13 different countries, all sure to blow your mind. Turn on. Tune in. Red Belmont . Into My Own . Is this Real . S/R . 2017 (Santiago, Chile) Las Robertas […]Read more "A New Psychedelic Latin America Vol II"
How do we define Latin America? If Spanish language and a Spanish colonial history makes a country part of Latin American, then what about Brazil, French Guiana, or Suriname? If it’s U.S. economic and military intervention, then, well, what about the rest of the world? Is Latin America just an occasionally useful amorphous category that […]Read more "New Psychedelic Latin America VOL I"