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Ahkmed - Distance (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Ahkmed - Distance (IMPORT) (LP)



Distance strikes me as being based in the progressive psychedelic rock aesthetic, falling somewhere between the grand statements of 35007 or labelmates My Sleeping Karma and the alt-shoegaze of Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound or The Black Angels. The band never really stretches too far in either direction instead maintaining a pleasant balance that makes it easy to get caught up in the album's seven tracks.

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All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (IMPORT) (CD)



Are you already in the mood for Spring and even better, for the Summer? Than turn on Our Mother Electricity from All Them Witches: a perfect album to do away with your slumbering winter depression. The first comparisons that come to mind: Danava, Kyuss light, old psychedelic rock like Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Mother Tongue, etc. The soundscape they are projecting is part ‘desert’, part old bluesy hard rock. There is a leading role for the drums too and you can’t help but smile at the keys.

Man, I love the influence the south has had on music. Whether it be blues, jazz, country, or rock something about the soul of the south etches itself in the music and it remains there... eternally. That southern soul is vibrant in Nashville's All Them Witches and one listen through Our Mother Electricity will make you a believer. The album is also completely dynamic.

For instance the first track Heavy/Like A Witch, with its Alice in Chains dual vocalizing, is heavily blues inspired with moments of intense doom and 70's era psychedelics and the very next track The Urn finds an Americana via alt country twang and has lyrical lines that demand to be sung along. The album continues to travel through fast paced rockers, soulful grooves and slower chill tracks. The final tracks Family Song For The Leaving and Right Hand are smooth, super chilled and full of luscious melody. Family... being an acoustic plucked gem really stands out while Right Hand has more of that Alice in Chains style vocalizing and then there is the sound of fingers sliding along the guitar strings... simply hypnotizing.

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Black Pussy - Magic Mustache (CD) Cover Art Black Pussy - Magic Mustache (CD)



On “Magic Mustache” there is no broadening of the genre or anything like that, just 45 minutes of solid stoner rock that gets stratospheric when the time is right. The biggest draw to “Magic Mustache” is how the band has executed their craft. They didn’t set out to reinvent the wheel, all they waned to do was refurbish a classic car and have done so beautifully. The combination of heavy grooves, spacey jams, catchy choruses, and coming across as though its second nature make this album so remarkable.

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Black Pussy - On Blonde (CD) Cover Art Black Pussy - On Blonde (CD)



If Hendrix had lived, he probably would have ended up recording Black Pussys On Blonde in 1971 as a kerosene- soaked hard rock warning against the commercial, pretentious pop overkill to come. Black Pussy is the sound of a dirty, immense engine coming down a two-lane blacktop; a trip fueled by the roar of a 1967- purchased bong in the back of a 1972 Nova. For a long, lovely, midnight desert ride, it makes a stunning companion, jaw- grindingly full of dangerous ideas snug in cigarette-burned red leather car seats.

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Cambrian Explosion - The Moon (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Cambrian Explosion - The Moon (IMPORT) (CD)





They call themselves the cosmic sorcerers from Portland. Nori Lockhart, Ben Dorothy, Derrin Twiford and Archie Heald together form Cambrian Explosion and play a cool mix of stoner and psychedelic rock. After they released a brilliant debut EP called 'The Sun' in 2013, 'The Moon' EP is the logical next step. And with its almost 40 minutes in length, 'The Moon' is closer to a full-length than 'The Sun'.

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Crystal Fairy - Self Titled (CD) Cover Art Crystal Fairy - Self Titled (CD)



A new supergroup is in our midst. Crystal Fairy, comprised of some of heavy music’s must notable mavens, comes bearing not just their debut single Drugs On The Bus, but also the announcement of a self-titled full-length album to follow.

Crystal Fairy is Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover of Melvins, Teri Gender Bender of Le Butcherettes and Omar Rodríguez-López, because it’s not a real supergroup unless you have a member of The Mars Volta / At The Drive-In.

As the story goes, the group first took form earlier in the year when Le Butcherettes were touring with Melvins. Teri would join the headline act on stage for a rendition of Bikini Kills’ Rebel Girl. Gender Bender fleshed things out in a statement (via Consequence Of Sound), adding:

“Through the travels, the Melvins and Omar connected as well. Sometimes, Omar and I would fantasize loudly of hopefully being able to form a [group] together. Before we knew it, we were writing music in the studio (both in El Paso and L.A.) and birthed a magical little gem that I am extremely proud to be a part of.”

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Earthless - Sonic Prayer (CD) Cover Art Earthless - Sonic Prayer (CD)



It’s tough to write a review for a two song album without diving into the minutia of each track. And a minute-by-minute recap is about as interesting as instructions on how to make ice, even if the album is incredible. So the basic details of Earthless’ Sonic Prayer are thus: “Flower Travelin’ Man” is an extended acid rock jam with a drumbeat that’s similar to Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song,” a bass line like Maiden’s “Wrathchild,” and guitar playing that channels Hendrix. It’s goes on and on, getting better and better. “Lost in the Cold Sun” takes on a more Middle Eastern vibe, yet still maintains the lost in space vibe of the previous track. In both cases, it’s all about the slow evolution of the music. Shifts are subtle, making this as soothing as it is engrossing (and heavy). They’ve got their contemporaries, but it’s not worth naming names. Take my advice and get this fucker. It’s a doozy.

Earthless draw influences from bands such as The Groundhogs, Amon Duul 2, Black Sabbath, Hawkwind and Jimi Hendrix's more freaked out instrumentals. Sonic Prayer is a bombastic stew of bass drone, pulsating rhythmic beats, and brain piercing acid flashback guitar leads within epic 20 - 30 minute long songs.

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Elder - Lore (CD) Cover Art Elder - Lore (CD)



'Lore' is the third full-length album by Boston's Elder and a watershed moment in the band's history. Joining the interplay of heaviness and melody, which has become the hallmark Elder sound, are a host of new meanderings through uncharted kosmische territory; krautrock, prog as well as classic heavy rock and doom can all be heard unfolding throughout therecord's five songs.

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Elder - Self Titled (CD) Cover Art Elder - Self Titled (CD)



Crushing and destroying everything in its path comes the new offering from Massachusettes' psychedelic doomers, Elder. Like a trip into ancient times of barbarism with enough psychedelics to last you until the middle ages.

Some people consider them similar to Sleep, but they're like if Pike and Co. took a detour after Holy Mountain into faster and more progressive material instead of smoking themselves into another dimension and writing Jerusalem/Dopesmoker. Sleep were quite young when they learned to channel that kind of vibe, Elder are the youth as well, is there some sort of an unspoken connection, a channeling of sorts?

Doesn't matter, they stand on their own, just steady and pounding and churning out classic riff after classic riff layered with echoed vocals.

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Forming the Void - Relic (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Forming the Void - Relic (IMPORT) (CD)



Following the release of last year's impressive Skyward album, Forming the Void, originally formed in 2013 in Lafayette, Louisiana, has gained an impressive reputation for raising underground rock into realms of the previously unknown. Atmospheric, heavy and progressive yet losing none of these earnest qualities at volume, they layer their ambitions as thickly as the riffs that help transmit their visions. Newly signed to Italian label Argonauta Records, this March will see the release of their third album Relic. Like Skyward before it, it draws on one hell of a colossal sound. Summoning the towering hard rock riffs and progressive influence of bands like Mastodon, Baroness and Torche, Relic finds the four piece illustrating their bold and adventurous ideas in the most vivid of colours. Recommended if you like: MASTODON, BARONESS, OPETH, TORCHE.

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