Tag: psych rock
Taken from the forthcoming HoZac Archives release, Uncoffined
It’s the first day of summer–and you say you need some sweet Sixties sounds for your beach party? Well, this recent selection of reissue singles from Sundazed Records will serve you well!
These Philly-based psych-rock veterans took on a Pharoah Sanders classic. You can thank me in 15 minutes.
Confession time: I don’t like The Doors. I don’t like Jim Morrison. I’ve never really bonded with the group; I think “Hello I Love You” is daft, while “Light My Fire” was better when Jose Feliciano recorded it. To me, Morrison’s music represents the pretentiousness of 1960s rock, and his story seems to be more… Read More ›
A decade ago, a new breed of psychedelic musicians rediscovered Michael Yonkers, a 1970s-era Midwestern lo-fi psych-rocker who had self-released a handful of obscure but highly sought-after albums of grizzly, lo-fi, rough music that defies easy description. The good people at Drag City, in a continued effort to document the lost works of artists you didn’t know you… Read More ›
This late 1960s psych-rock band Kaleidoscope is not to be confused with the English Kaleidoscope of the late 1960s…or the American Kaleidoscope of the late 1960s. No, what we have here is a much more potent little band. Hailing from Puerto Rico, this band’s sole album was released in Mexico in a limited edition… Read More ›