Category Archives: psych rock

Usurpress – “Interregnum”

I passed on reviewing the last Usurpress album “The Regal Tribe” and it’s one of those times that when I did pass, I knew I had fucked up. My excuse at the time was that I was buried in reviews … Continue reading

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Fu Manchu – “Clone of the Universe”

I know what you’re thinking. Fu Manchu on a prog site?? Well hang on there. First off, I’ve loved this band since 1999’s “King of the Road.” They have that desert rock sound that Kyuss did and I loved Kyuss. … Continue reading

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Sendelica – “The Cromlech Chronicles II”

Sendelica are a progressive/psychedelic rock band from Wales, and they have been making music as a unit since 2006. They are yet another band that I had never heard of until the ProgBoss offered me a release of theirs to … Continue reading

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The Pretty Things – “The Same Sun”

When the ProgBoss offered me this Pretty Things release for review I thought it might be a reissue. Well, it is, kinda. I got to preview, digitally, what is going to be released as a 7 inch vinyl single. Two … Continue reading

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Charlie Cawood – The Divine Abstract

Mr. Cawood is best know to me as the bass player for the psychedelic rock band Knifeworld. He plays in a host of other ensembles as well. On his album The Divine Abstract, the musician takes the sound of that … Continue reading

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Kingbathmat – “Dark Days”

I honestly didn’t think there would be another Kingbathmat album. The man behind Kingbathmat is the very talented John Bassett. John has been a very busy man since the last Kingbathmat album, “Overcoming the Monster,” was issued in 2013. He … Continue reading

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