Batoh is back! Solo again after last fall’s new Silence album, the Japanese psychedelic guru makes some solo cuts, withothers featuring Ghost and Silence family members, including free drumming legend of Fushitsusha and early Ghost, Hiroyuki Usui.
An unholy grail of near-mythical status is finally now available in the form of this first-ever reissue. Masahiko Sato composed this elusive, sensual, psychedelic free jazz score for the stunning 1973 Japanese animation Belladonna of Sadness.
Enveloping Hopkins' journeys across geographical and cosmological spectrums, the album is an inimitable and all-embodying journey in and of itself. It's a rewarding and personal listening experience; one highly recommends indulging in without distraction.
Widely regarded as the band's peak, the album captures the Elevators before the drug abuse, mental health problems and run-ins with the law that led to their premature demise. Another bona fide psychedelic classic...
Kikagaku Moyo's debut album exerts an elemental power. Enlivening their sound with sitars, percussive drums, theremins, wind instruments and ethereal vocals, the band manages to sound powerfully spacious and lazily serene all at once.
Dead Moon's first LP! Originally released in 1989, "In The Graveyard" sounded like nothing else happening at the time. Lo -fi psychedelic masterful songwriting with so much murk and mystery - it's perfect.