Today’s show is based on a list of influences by FreakOut! guitar player and vocalist of Hibushibire, Kohei Changchang Takakura. I hope you find some music here that’s new to you (as it was to me), but I know you’ll find resonances with the sounds of the new super freaks of heavy Japanese psychedelic rock, HIBUSHIBIRE!Read more "HIBUSHIBIRE | musical influences"
The Jim Mitchells . Love Hypnotic . We’re Up High . Third Eye Stimuli . 2018 Googie . Floating Polygons . Quasars . we are the karma kids . 2018 Earthling Society . MO – The Demon . Super Holy Monk Defeats The Black Magic Muthafucker . Riot Season . 2018 Snakes Don’t Belong in […]Read more "hypnotic crackling of the scum"
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"
18 months ago I did the first Global Psychedelia show: Noisy Japanese Psychedelia from 2000 – present. Japanese psychedelic music is my favorite psychedelic music, so I asked myself, why not do another show? Two more years of new rad music. Behold: Contemporary Japanese Psychedelia! Sundays & Cybele . Heaven . Night Predator . Beyond […]Read more "nihon no saikederikku ongaku"
…psychedelic Beatles covers? Yep, I’m back in the U.S. and in order to catch up, for the first hour I’m playing a mix of psychedelic music I’ve been listening to while away (besides the awesome shows by Jack Straw on Global Psychedelia!). The second hour I have a treat for you Beatles fans, AND some […]Read more "Astral traveling and…"
Welcome to another two hours of psychedelic music from around the world. Today’s show, as the title suggests, is made up of two long songs. I don’t call them “jams” because “jams” they are not. This is not a noodle festival, not trip through Phish and Leftover Salmon, no, not The Grateful Dead circa 1976. […]Read more "Two Songs, Two Hours: The Long Psychedelic Road"