Monday, March 7, 2011

Hey guys I'll be back soon I've had some issues lately with the computer but will be up and running here in a week or so

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Crystalized Movements - This Wideness Comes

Crystalized Movements were a psychedelic rock/punk/folk band who recorded and performed sporatically from 1980-1993. The band was formed by Wayne Rogers and Ed Boyden in Tolland, CT when they were high school freshmen.Rogers and Boyden were brought together by a love of late 70's No Wave music and 60's psychedelia. After years of improvisational experimentation, they decided to make an LP in 1983 and recorded duo versions of some of Wayne's songs. They then split up upon graduating high school. Rogers, a longtime fan of the Plastic Cloud and Randy Holden, spent a summer piling on mountains of guitar overdubs. The resulting 'basement prog' album 'Mind Disaster' was released at the end of that year in an edition of 130 (on Rogers' own record label, as Twisted Village #1001). After being discovered by record collectors, the album was reissued on Psycho in the UK in 1984. It was received by the 'paisley revival' community with horror and quickly went out of print.
Rogers put a full band together in 1985 before recording the next album: 'Dog. Tree. Satellite Seers...', a scathing rebuke to faux-lysergic posers. The addition of second guitarist Eric Arn encouraged Rogers to focus on song structure: the two engage in guitar duels over chord progressions that press forward relentlessly. Guitarist Kate Biggar joined in 1988 upon Arn's departure (to southern Califirnia where he formed Primordial Undermind), cementing the band's final lineup on the next album 'This Wideness Comes'. Here, guitar experiments like "Third Half" appear next to tightly arranged tracks like the forbidding "The Second a Siren". Rogers' vocals impart a sense of anxiety that cements the mood. The album 'Revelations From Pandemonium' proved to be Crystalized Movements' finale, as well as the group's most successful intermingling of druggy rapture and postmodern sonic experimentation. The album established the Rogers/Biggar guitar tandem as a force to be reckoned with. Following the demise of the Movements, the Rogers/Biggar duo have continued on in critically acclaimed groups such as Magic Hour (with Damon and Naomi of Galaxie 500) and the Major Stars.



Friday, December 24, 2010

Monday, December 20, 2010


Stoner rock jamz here this album kicks butt check this out! Recommended!

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Witchcraft - Chylde of Fire

Thursday, December 16, 2010

John Foxx - Metamatic (1980)

Metamatic is an album by John Foxx, released in 1980. It was his first solo album following his split with Ultravox the previous year. A departure from the richly-textured mix of synthesizers and conventional instruments on Systems of Romance, his last album with the band, Metamatic's hard-edged electronica was more akin to Kraftwerk's The Man-Machine (1978), Gary Numan's The Pleasure Principle (1979), and early Human League.  Highly Recommended!

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John Foxx Plaza

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Black Tambourine - The Complete Recordings (1989-1991)

Well im back so lets get this show going here we got some awesome shoegaze pop from the late 80s early 90s im digging this album and so should you check er people!!


Black Tambourine "For Ex-Lovers Only"

Friday, September 10, 2010

The New Creation - Troubled (1970)

"The New Creation was born in 1970 when Chris Towers, an unknown guitarist from Vancouver, decided to form a Christian rock group with Lorna Towers as lead singer and Janet Tiessen on drums. Scared by reports of the hippie excesses of the Manson/Altamont era, Lorna Towers wrote doom-laden, apocalyptic lyrics for the New Creation's aptly titled album, Troubled. The band was unpolished, yet somehow captured a unique lo-fi sound comparable to a hybrid of the Velvet Underground and the Shaggs." (Female Vocals)


The New Creation - New Creation (from "Troubled")

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Discolor - Soundbath Installation (1999)

Gentle, relaxed, floating inner space music for your mind on the excellent 2nd album of Stefan Lienemann's (ex-Shiny Gnomes, Fit + Limo) sideproject. Layers of guitar augmented by beautiful string sounds, an 11 min. spacelounge jam by the classic Shiny Gnomes crew, a secret hommage to Can, pastoral ambient atmospheres reminiscent of Amp/FSA. This soundbath will shift and drift peacefully into the new century. Link

Troll 2 Trailer