The debut of Prisma Circus unleashes truly wild and authentic 1970's-atmosphere-&-energy. This album of the Spanish heavy-psychedelic trio was created purely in analogue and reflects the organic warmth and magic which made the harder, classic, guitar-driven rock from 1968 legendary. Almost all of the 8 songs, each 3-6 mins in lengths, contains at least one musical overkill section; for all those who feel the need for more speed in drums and arrangements than Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix came up with - beware - that is served here massively, woven in are remarkably catchy and spheric passages. With this timeless top album, and in expectation of excessive live shows... [more]

Listen
Buy now



"Oscuropasso" is the second album of Italian hard rock trio Doctor Cyclops. In a genre where as it seems since Black Sabbath most everything has had been said, these folks come up with a very intense and exciting album. Their actual output has pure 1973 retro feeling, where epic heavy riffs and rhythms melt with psychedelic, progressive breaks and make you dive into their euphoric guitar soundscapes. The atmospherically well balanced vocals create an important reference point in the five arrangement-extensive songs from 6 to 16 min lengths. The well produced and exciting spectrum of complexity and catchiness makes this album grow more and more after each listen and leads all those... [more]

Listen
Buy now



The Swedish band POSTURES's release is both ambitious and mature in its presentation.
It is multi-faceted, cross-genre and with a lot of love to the detail. Only insiders have heard about POSTURES because it is their debut album; 9 songs (50 min.) melt from unexpected
2 min. interludes, floating ballads, "Big Riff Rock" numbers and a 13 minute instrumental Space Trip together to an intense sound spectacle. Very well produced, the album is conceptually clearly an attribute to the early 1970s, with the spirit of Pink Floyd, Yes, Can, Doors and Jefferson Airplane... [more]

Listen
Buy now



Four tracks and almost 50-minutes long Waiting For The Flood easily exceeds expectations. The third outing by German psych rockers Samsara Blues Experiment is their most balanced and harmoniously driven yet. 18-months in the making and averaging 10-minutes per tack, the record combines the best of the group’s two previous studio albums while drifting further into mid-‘70s prog rock. As seasoned professionals, Christian Peters (guitar/vocals), Hans Eiselt (guitar), Richard Behrens (bass) and Thomas Vedder (drums) have fused together their individual talents to create something truly majestic... [more]

Listen
Buy now



This is the second previously unreleased album by the Dutch psychedelic hard rock band Cosmic Dealer. Their first album “Crystallization” from 1971 is an outstanding and rare masterpiece for all psych collectors and for sure one of the best Euro-Underground rock albums of the 70s. In 1971 the band was shortly disband but found together in 1973 with a few line-up changes but kept the same musical intention: heavy psychedelic, progressive and guitar driven hard rock, with catchy song writing, a few US-Westcoast flashes but also extended instrumental jam excursions. This album contains 6 songs... [more]

Listen
Buy now



Originally this extraordinary heavy-psychedelic-blues rock album was recorded in L.A., in 1969. The album contains 8 original cuts of 42 mins playing time, and presents the "NEW" dark, haunted and aggressive progress in electric music of the end-sixties. The band name was a creation, to credit the two founding members, so the C (Carey) K (Kewley) Strong caravan began in the summer of `69, a bit later Geoff Westen, the second guitarist joined and the creative unit CK(W) Strong was born. There was a big hope, that this extremely talented group will breakthrough, as the liner notes on the cover express... [more]

Listen
Buy now