It’s been a long time since I’ve updated this, and it’s because 1. I’m lazy, and 2. I don’t really listen to any of the stuff that i’d post on this blog anymore, i’ve been listening to more garage rock like Ty Segall and Thee oh Sees and such. That’s why this blog has been fairly inactive.
Originally I was gonna either delete this blog or just pretty much let it sit here and never do anything with it again. However I have decided to start updating it again, cause why not, might as well. Not totally sure if i’m gonna ever update at a specific time or not, but I will start posting to this again.
The Spoils of War
Early Electronic/Psychedelic Rock
This album does have some higher pitched sounds, like on the track E-Thing so please be aware of that. this album has catchy psych pop/rock mixed with some musique concrete, so if you’re able to handle some musique concrete, I’d definitely recommend this album.
Growers of Mushroom
Psychedelic Rock, Heavy Psych
Typically, I’m not really fond of the whole heavy pscyh/hard rock thing, Leaf Hound however, are really good imo. Most tracks on the album are Hard rock with acid rock solos, save for It’s Gonna Get Better, a catchy piano tune with lyrics similar to those of the 60’s pop bands, my personal favorite on the album.
Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band
Safe as Milk
Mostly everyone with an interest in 60’s psych has heard of Captain Beefheart, due to his album Trout Mask Replica. Which actually tends to turn people away, if you tried TMR and felt that way, listen to this before you give up on him completely, this album is much more blues oriented psych rock, not much of that avant-garde stuff. that’s really all I got to say about this one.
Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo
For some reason I always though Status Quo was some cheesy 80’s glam metal band. I was wrong I guess, although they became a hard rock band later in the 70’s, they had a rather successful debut as a Psychedelic pop band, despite at least 4 songs on this album being covers. In a way, they kinda of remind me a bit of the bee gees, with a bit more of Kaleidoscope thrown in.