Cult of Dom Keller – Infernal Heads

British psych-rock heavyweights Cult of Dom Keller have shared Infernal Heads, the latest track to be lifted from their forthcoming They Carried The Dead In A U.F.O LP that’s due out May 21st on Fuzz Club Records. Since 2007 the band have been leaving a trail of sonic fever dreams, dark psychedelia and experimentalism that beats with a heavy industrial heart. A constantly evolving force, … Continue reading Cult of Dom Keller – Infernal Heads

Hot Knives – Cosmogony (Seed of Creation)

Apparently cosmogony is the branch of science that deals with the origin of the universe, especially the solar system. Apt then that it should also be the title of the latest track from spaced out garage-psychsters Hot Knives. Six minutes of guitar riffing stoner rock coming right up. twitter-follow screen_name=’madmackerel’] Continue reading Hot Knives – Cosmogony (Seed of Creation)

Some Tunes (at last)

I have to confess that WordPress have changed their editor for posting content and I absolutely loathe and hate it. It absolutely takes away any ounce of enjoyment from the process and basically has been the reason for my lack of posts recently. I hear a song – think great, I’ll share it – then think I can’t face doing it right now on the … Continue reading Some Tunes (at last)

Dom & The Wizards – The Australian Cyclone Intensity Scale

Come on a journey of kaleidoscopic and sinister whimsy with the new album from Australia’s Dom & The Wizards. Catchily titled The Australian Cyclone Intensity Scale, we have album opener Cellophane Aeroplane for your listening pleasure. Click through to purchase via Bandcamp. Continue reading Dom & The Wizards – The Australian Cyclone Intensity Scale

Painted Shrines – Heaven And Holy

We recently shared the lovely, wistful track Gone from Painted Shrines new album Heaven And Holy. The record is a collaboration between Jeremy Earl (Woods) & Glenn Donaldson (Skygreen Leopards, The Reds, Pinks & Purples) who met sometime in the mid-aughts and bonded over a love of tambourines and DIY sounds. Back in 2018 over a week together they emerged with nearly an album’s worth of hazy … Continue reading Painted Shrines – Heaven And Holy

Peeping Drexels – High Heels

Peeping Drexels have shared their brilliant new single High Heels which comes from their upcoming EP, Bad Time, out on May 14th via Brace Yourself Records. The London based five-piece, who have been together since they were sixteen, have to date released a series of singles on the Permanent Creeps and Fierce Panda labels. On High Heels, a song of hardcore hedonism, the band woozily eulogise … Continue reading Peeping Drexels – High Heels

Hot Knives – Static Bloom

Brooklyn-based trio Hot Knives have shared their lead single Static Bloom, taken from upcoming long player Making Love To Make Music To Make Love To. Part MC5, part Butthole Surfers, part Funkadelic, the band create a face-melting blend of joyfully trippy nostalgia adding noisy bedroom punk freakouts to the kind of vivid electric psychedelia that ruled the hippy airwaves in the late sixties. Stream it below … Continue reading Hot Knives – Static Bloom

New Single From Suave Martyrs

Another band who made it into the top end of our best of 2020 lists, Manchester quintet Suave Martyrs expertly blend elements of ‘60s West Coast rock, baggy indie and jangly psychedelia. Their latest single Cascades of Gold is four minutes of blissed out technicolour Madchester inspired freakadelia, falling somewhere in between the Stone Roses and a particularly enjoyable dose of mushrooms. With a narrative built around “two … Continue reading New Single From Suave Martyrs

Minor Moon – Tethers

Minor Moon, the Chicago-based cosmic Americana group led by multi-instrumentalist Sam Cantor, have an upcoming third full length album Tethers, out March 26 via Ruination Record Co. & Whatever’s Clever. Having previously shared the unhurried No Lightning Fix, the band have now offered up a second taste from the album in the shape of the simmering Under An Ocean Of Holes. So, if a healthy amount of Midwestern … Continue reading Minor Moon – Tethers

Jimmyjack Toth – Toth’s Law Volume 4

Though it pains me to say it, I was unaware that longstanding MM favourite Wooden Wand had permanently given up the moniker and is now simply Jimmyjack Toth. Even more so when I realised that he had just released a fourth volume of Toth’s Law – after a gap of just over three years. The digital liner notes (if such a thing can exist) on … Continue reading Jimmyjack Toth – Toth’s Law Volume 4