Turn on. Tune in. Blow your mind. A little taste of psychedelic music from Hungary from 1969 to 2016 and then a sampler platter of delicacies from the 2017 world of psychedelia! Illés . Nehéz Az Út . Eltávozott nap . Qualiton . 1968 Omega . 10000 Lépés . Tízezer Iépés . Qualiton . 1969 […]Read more "a brief introduction to Hungarian psychedelia [& 2017 worms are eating my mind]"
sometimes wood and skin, bones for beating out rhythms, something calling/something called from the wind, they’re birds and they’re not. acoustic incantations bring not spirits to us but us to spirits. turn on. tune in. Montibus Communitas . Harvest Times . Harvest Times . S/R . 2013 Gudibrallan . T-Doja . Sommar Uti hagen . […]Read more "acoustic incantations"
join us for a trumpence exorcism. turn on. tune in. puke it out. Jooklo Duo . The Warrior . Fire Liberation . Northern Spy . 2010 Yves Tumor . Serpent Music . Serpent I . PAN 73 . 2016 Kuruucrew . Battle Disco . Nagumo . P Vine Records . 2008 Hey Colossus . Pope […]Read more "Noise Catharsis / Purgation"
New psychedelia from Brazil! So much great music coming out of Brazil right now that it’s hard to keep up with! Make sure to keep your eyes and ears and bodies at the ready for bands like Terceiro Olho de Marte, Experimento Sem Nome, Bike, Travelling Wave, Firefriend, and Sorriso Salvagem just to name a […]Read more "Contemporary Brazilian Psychedelia"
What does that even mean? Well, it means these are psychedelic songs that feel like they could be anthems for a movement, for a generation, for a trip, for a night or a day or a lifetime. Once I started listening to my collection with “anthem” in mind, I ended up with almost 24 hours […]Read more "Psychedelic Anthems"
Today’s show covers 46 years of Japanese psychedelic music, LIVE! As you probably know, I love Japanese psychedelia. It is my all-time favorite music. There’s so much great psychedelia that has–and continues to–come out of Japan that I could just play Japanese psychedelia for two hours every show, AND every show would still be awesome! […]Read more "Japan Live!"
Today’s show is a tribute to the great drummer Jaki Liebezeit, perhaps best know for his monumental and establishing work with the amazing Kosmische/Krautrock/Avant Garde band CAN. I have tried to make a diverse and expansive playlist to pay tribute to Liebezeit’s work, not only with CAN, but with other collaborators working in various styles. […]Read more "Tribute to Jaki Liebezeit"