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June 5, 2020, 8:26 am

 

DESIDERATUM

Band:PLANNING FOR BURIAL
Album:DESIDERATUM
Label:FLENSER
Format:CD
Genre:Indie/Shoegaze

Simultaneously straddling the line between being completely nostalgic and futurist sounding, Planning For Burial is the product of a single wunderkind taking healthy obsessions with certain influences and filtering them through a droning, gloomy spyglass that evokes only the most concrete blues (the emotion not the music) this side of the gray waters of the Atlantic. While Planning For Burial gets lumped in with the whole wave of “bedroom recording artists,” Thom Wasluck, the mastermind behind the project sets himself apart from his peers due in no small part to his education in sound design. Planning For Burial’s brand of dark shoegaze/gloomgaze is hard to categorize, but it’s sound contains elements of slowcore, shoegaze, doom, drone, 90′s alt rock, 80′s goth, black metal, and Neil Young damaged Codeine mournful regret.

 

 

TUPILAQ

Band:MARE DI DIRAC
Album:TUPILAQ
Label:GREYTONE
Format:CD
Genre:Drone/Ambient

"Mare Di Dirac are an Italian collective who create lo-fi, morbid, and sometimes ritual based sound that mix together elements field recordings, natural reverb, human voices, subtle electronics, and selection of instrumental / percussion matter taking in: old church organ, didgeridoo, Tibetan bells, marine trumpet, rain drum & other elements. Their sound falls somewhere between crude ritual ambience, murky grim drone matter, and dark ‘n’ dank sound art." (Musique Machine Web Zine)

 

 

SUBSOUND SPLIT SERIES NO 1

Band:MORKOBOT / VANESSA VAN BASTEN
Album:SUBSOUND SPLIT SERIES NO 1
Label:Subsound Records
Format:VINYL 12
Genre:Industrial/EBM

Subsound Split Series" is a collectors' series of 12" limited edition vinyls. For each release, the series will present two bands of the Italian and international underground scene, spanning multiple genres and will also be available in digital. Artworks and illustrations will be curated by Stonino and will play on the interaction between two movie characters in an imaginative way.

NO 1 Features DEFLORE and INFECTION CODE

RIYL: Godflesh , Ministry, Neurosis, Unsane

 

 

SUBSOUND SPLIT SERIES NO 2

Band:MORKOBOT / VANESSA VAN BASTEN
Album:SUBSOUND SPLIT SERIES NO 2
Label:Subsound Records
Format:VINYL 12
Genre:METAL/POST ROCK

Subsound Split Series" is a collectors' series of 12" limited edition vinyls. For each release, the series will present two bands of the Italian and international underground scene, spanning multiple genres and will also be available in digital. Artworks and illustrations will be curated by Stonino and will play on the interaction between two movie characters in an imaginative way.

NO 2 Features MORKOBOT and VANESSA VAN BASTEN

RIYL: John Zorn, Godflesh, Pelican, Isis...

 

 

POUR PAUWELS LP

Band:GUY SKORNIK
Album:POUR PAUWELS LP
Label:LION PRODUCTIONS
Format:VINYL LP
Genre:Psych/Garage Reissues

One of a handful of classic French progressive pop albums of the early 1970's, together with Serge Gainsbourg’s “Melody Nelson," Igor Wakévitch's "Hathor", and Gérard Manset's “La Mort D’Orion"

Skornik was a mystic explorer, psychonaut, and gifted musician, who was immersed in the metaphysical revolutions of his time. He presented television reports, laced with elements of Eastern mysticism, on LSD experiences. Between 1970 and 1973, EMI/Pathé released several ambitious and progressive pop albums: “La Mort D’Orion” (Gérard Manset), “Puzzle” (Michel Berger), “Hathor” (Igor Wakévitch). And then there was Skornik's incredible album, "Pour Pauwells", inspired by the revolutionary writings of Louis Pauwells (famously namechecked by Gainsbourg in his classic 'Initials B.B.'), a onetime counterculture hero and disciple of esoteric spiritualist G. I. Gurdjieff, The result is a timeless blend of lush orchestration, searing psych-rock, baroque melodies, and deep funk fluidity.

 

 

PINK LITMUS PAPER SHIRT

Band:STRANGE TURN
Album:PINK LITMUS PAPER SHIRT
Label:MEGA DODO
Format:7"
Genre:Psych/Garage

Pink Litmus Paper Shirt is the debut 45 by new psyche sensations, Strange Turn. Inspired by a mythical lost Beatles recording of the same name, it has more than a faint whiff of Fabness to its arrangement. Drawing on the spirit of the Dukes of Stratosphear this is no mere pastiche; it was fashioned with care and affection as homage to a swinging decade. Choppy, jangly and most definitely trippy, Pink Litmus Paper Shirt is an intoxicating mix of sybaritic, psychedelic pop. It’s backed with Elevator Operator, a song originally written and recorded by Gene Clark. Strange Turn’s reading stays close to the original, but gives it a contemporary beat treatment. Its insistent riff and pounding backbeat drive it along with the verve you’d expect from a Benzedrine beat group bound for glory.

PINK VINYL - 100 ONLY

 

 

REVERBERATING GARDEN NO 7

Band:OCTOPUS SYNG
Album:REVERBERATING GARDEN NO 7
Label:MEGA DODO
Format:CD
Genre:Psych/Garage

Octopus Syng was formed in the summer of 1999 by the band’s guitarist and vocalist Jaire Pätäri. Tthe band's debut album was issued by Berlin based record label Nasoni Records in 2004 and their last single ‘Listen To The Moths’ on the Fruits De Mer record label. The band’s new album, Reverberating Garden No. 7, released by Mega Dodo, is a vivid garden of earthly delights. It’s full of quirky, surreal songs that reverberate with love and harmony but it can also be a dark and sinister place. Yet there's always a loving, sweet cosmic feeling hiding somewhere in the flowerbed. So open the gate and enter the Reverberating Garden with Octopus Syng.

European and UK dates including the Fruits de Mer 'Crabstock on Ice' gig in Helsinki to launch the album.

 

 

ISSUE 39

Band:SHINDIG MAGAZINE
Album:ISSUE 39
Label:VOLCANO PUBLISHING
Format:MAGAZINE
Genre:Psych/Garage Reissues

ISSUE 39 OF THE PSYCH / GARAGE ETC BIBLE

Featuring THE END Bill Wyman’s introspective psychedelic protégés THE PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY It’s A Happening Thing with LA’s psychedelic folk-rock congregation BONNIE DOBSON Walking out in the morning dew with Canada’s first lady of folk THE SOUNDCARRIERS The kings (and queen) of retro-futurist analog grooves tell all Plus: CHRIS FARLOWE • NYMBUS • EXPLODING GALAXY andmuch more!

Included in this issue: REVERBERATE MAGAZINE featuring the latest sights and sounds from the ever-expanding new wave psych scene.

Available from all good indie stores!

 

 

LOVE ME LIES

Band:GRAHAM DAY AND THE FOREFATHERS
Album:LOVE ME LIES
Label:STATE RECORDS
Format:7" VINYL
Genre:Psych/Garage

Graham Day, Allan Crockford and Wolf Howard have been intermittently blasting out their muscular version of Medway Garage- Rock™ in various combinations and guises over a period of more than 30 years, releasing dozens of albums between them. Graham and Allan were in The Prisoners (‘82-‘86), before forming The Prime Movers with Wolf in 1988, releasing 3 albums before they split in 1993. The trio were re-united in 1999 as The Solarflares, releasing another 5 albums until once again calling it a day in 2004. The three re-united as a live band in 2013, forming around the idea that the time was right for rifling through the Graham Day Songbook and delivering a 'best of' set: stripped down live versions of the best of The Prisoners, The Prime Movers, The Solarflares and The Gaolers. Recent gigs have proved that time has not dimmed their fire, energy and passion. If anything, their live performances have been more ferocious than ever. One school of thought says that The Forefathers are essentially a 'tribute act', a tribute to themselves and their shared musical history...if that is true, they are the purest and best tribute act in existence— no one delivers a Graham Day song like Graham Day, Allan Crockford and Wolf Howard. Plans are afoot to release an 'almost' live album of choice cuts from the set, recorded in the band's rehearsal space amongst the vintage litho machines of a friend's printing company. This single, 'Love Me Lies'/30-60-90' is an exclusive taster from that as yet unfinished project. The A side is a gloriously rough and ready version of a Prisoners song, while the flip is a frantic, fuzzed up grab at an obscure Willie Mitchell instrumental, previously notable only for being covered in 'Get Carter' and subsequently providing the inspiration for the Prisoners' 'Revenge of the Cybermen'.

7" Limited to 500 copies on super heavyweight 70gram vinyl in hand-stamped sleeve

 

 

SON OF KRAUT

Band:VARIOUS ARTISTS
Album:SON OF KRAUT
Label:SIREENA
Format:CD
Genre:Kraut / Space Rock

After the first two parts of our beloved Kraut‐Series, viz. “Jazz Kraut” and “Live Kraut”, which both have been played during the golden 70’s, it was quite clear that we now had to have a leap in time. How big are the influences of the veterans on later music‐generations – or is there even no contact ? And actually, where to start temporally with “Son of Kraut” ? After the music‐wise more unedifying 80’s (with Simmons Drums, Yamaha DX7 Keyboards, and pleat‐front trousers) the 90’s became even more exciting. Nirvana and Pearl Jam displaced Michael Jackson and Madonna and also Krautrock‐veterans like Guru Guru and Amon Düül II returned. Here comes the Next Generation of Krautrock feat. RPWL, Electric Orange, Le Mur, The Perc Meets The Hidden Gentleman, Space Debris, Electric Moon, Tarwater, Sankt Otten, Level Pi, Eat Tranceport, Fantasyy Factoryy and Panzerballett.

 

 


 
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