Tag Archives: acid rock

Inutili – Music to Watch the Clouds On a Sunny Day 12″

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Aagoo Records is gearing up to release a new 12″ from noisy Italian psych-outs INUTILI. Music to Watch the Clouds On a Sunny Day is two tracks long, exploding with nearly 40 minutes of murky, blown-out acid rock.
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Friday’s Find: Purling Hiss – Paisley Montage

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PURLING HISS’ Paisley Montage was originally supposed to be a tour-only cassette tape in 2011. Unfortunately it never saw the light of day because the band left the whole box of brand new tapes on top of their tour van and drove off. The end result was a bunch of destroyed cassettes along the Schuylkill Expressway, ultimately leaving Philadelphia’s Richie Records to re-release the album on vinyl. Continue reading

Fuzz – This Time I Got a Reason 7″

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Trouble in Mind Records in Chicago dropped this scorching 7″ at the tail-end of 2012 and it’s already sold out. For those not yet aware, FUZZ is the no-longer-mysterious moniker of both Ty Segall and Charles Moothart. Continue reading

Aqua Nebula Oscillator – Om Na Mio 7″

Om Na Mio offers some noisy, mind-melting psych rock, an archival release of underground French psych-outs AQUA NEBULA OSCILLATOR. The 7″ comes courtesy of Who Can You Trust? Records in Germany. Continue reading

Spanish Moss – Kelp EP

Santa Cruz/Brooklyn psych-outs SPANISH MOSS dropped their Kelp EP in a few different formats back in August, coming from Burger Records on cassette tape and released by Spot-On Sound on limited pink vinyl. Continue reading

Puffy Areolas – Gentleman’s Grip 7″

Hailing straight out of Cleveland, Ohio is the manic PUFFY AREOLAS with their catastrophic blend of sludge-infused psych rock. Corrosive, dangerous and threatening are only a few words that illustrate the madness. Continue reading

Purling Hiss – Lounge Lizards EP

Released by the folks at Mexican Summer, they can now add this one to their ever-growing prolific catalog of sludge and grime, this time from Philadelphia’s own PURLING HISS. Continue reading