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    OK, Fabio sends the latest effort from a band this 55-year old listened to in 5th grade, kind of afraid of what this is gonna sound like......but like Fabio says, "A band that needs no presentation Hawkwind".....well, he's right there.....what this sounds like is anyone's guess, but I guess my curiosity is spiked a bit.


    So here is their latest effort "Into the Woods".......I wonder if they latch onto current stoner type trends or what......should be of interest.

    Hawkwind - Into the Woods (2017) 

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    01. Into the Woods.mp3
    02. Cottage in the Woods.mp3
    03. The Woodpecker.mp3
    04. Have You Seen Them.mp3
    05. Ascent.mp3
    06. Space Ship Blues.mp3
    07. The Wind.mp3                                                                                                            
    08. Vegan Lunch.mp3
    09. Magic Scenes.mp3
    10. Darkland.mp3
    11. Wood Nymph.mp3
    12. Deep Cavern.mp3
    13. Magic Mushroom.mp3


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  • 05/04/17--19:31: Brad Pot
  • Scorching, slamming punk rock from down under.........this one woke me up big time on first hearing. Excellent listening experience!.......here's a good review:
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    Melbourne, Australia’s Brad Pot deliver a positively scorching debut full-length that continues the legacy of Oz punk greatness.
    Brad Pot is like that eagerly sought-afterKilled by Death compilation delivering a seamless stream of trash hits until the needle’s stuck in the lock groove and you’re sitting there hoping for another song. Their sound draws from the sonic attack of KBDlegends such as GasolineKraut,AuthoritiesThe Lewd84 Flesh and Shock, with just a requisite Down Under nod to earlyScientistsCosmic Psychos and Onyas. Even the over-three-minute (WOW!) “Black Eye” struts with The Heartbreakers’ dope swagger. Expect crashing drums, relentless bar chords, a bass player who’s probably the best musician in the group and maniacal vocals heaping loads of sneering frustration in your face – all with just a tad of melody, ofCOURSE.
    Punk rock never went away. It was always there lurking in the shadows, but most people were too smugly satisfied to recognize the anger brewing just beneath the surface. Well, here it is…Brad Pot…the soundtrack to drinking yourself into oblivion because tomorrow will only suck worse…
    BRAD POT-01 Air Strike/02 Acid/03 Your Fault/04 Picture/05 Black Eye/06 Dipped in Batter/07 100 Dollar Bills/08 Ms. Independent/09 Bullshit/10 Hit Me/11 Sweden


    http://www41.zippyshare.com/v/mIVrv4iA/file.html




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  • 05/04/17--20:00: Sendelica
  • In the wake of Can and Space Debris come Sendelica, from Wales......I've not heard of them but they have a huge back catalogue of work.......I carpet bombed this live set and it's some trippy, spacey psychedelic rock (catch that Floyd cover!), if you've enjoyed the recent prog-ish stuff this is gonna be for you. Thanks to the always dependable Zigzagwanderer for keeping the freakish space-rock coming, exhilerating stuff.

    SENDELICA LIVE-01 Intro/02 Spaceman Bubblegum/03 Standing on the Edge/04 Manhole of the Universe/05 Set the Controls For the Heart of the Sun/06 Master Benjamin Warned Young Albert Not to Step on the Uninsulatad Air/07 Baalbek Stones/08 Screaming and Streaming into the Starlit Night



    http://www11.zippyshare.com/v/7IODgYFs/file.html

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  • 05/04/17--20:00: A "Record Store Day' Treat
  • Released in late April to commemorate Record Store Day, this one is a treat that I suspect a few of you may want.....not gonna mention the artists name, oh, why not, it's David Jones......previously unreleased boot, 3-LP's, this is a good one (I've had it for a few years and may have posted it before)
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    A previously unreleased live recording from Los Angeles on 5th September, 1974. This was a pivotal gig in the transition between the Diamond Dogs tour and the Philly Dogs tour. Produced by David Bowie and mixed by Tony Visconti at Human Studios, NYC in October/November 2016. 3 LP set with etching on sixth side. (Limited worldwide release of 5,000.)

    SIDE A: 01 Introduction (Live) 02 1984 (Live) 03 Rebel Rebel (Live) 04 Moonage Daydream (Live) 05 Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (Reprise) (Live)
    SIDE B: 01 Changes (Live) 02 Suffragette City (Live) 03 Aladdin Sane (Live) 04 All The Young Dudes (Live) 05 Cracked Actor (Live)
    SIDE 2A: 01 Rock N Roll With Me (Live) 02 Knock on Wood (Live) 03 It's Gonna Be Me (Live) 04 Space Oddity (Live)
    SIDE 2B: 01 Diamond Dogs (Live) 02 Big Brother (Live) 03 Time (Live)
    SIDE 3A: 01 The Jean Genie (Live) 02 Rock N Roll Suicide (Live) 03 John, I'm Only Dancing (Again) (Live) 


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  • 05/04/17--20:21: Here Today Gone Tomorrow
  • From the fab "Blog That Celebrates Itself" (Check it by all means:
    https://theblogthatcelebratesitself.bandcamp.com/ ) we have a bunch of total unknowns tackling the music of the Ramones......other than Death Valley Rally, these are unknown bands to me......just the way we like it........Ramones projects are often quite amusing, and I see this one as likely being in a similar vein.......and be sure and check the blog itself, really a good one! (I see we lead off with a 10-minute-plus "Commando", this should be fun!


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  • 05/04/17--20:39: Another Tribute Album
  • Sticking with "The Blog That Celebrates Itself" for a minute more (PLEASE check it, there is great
    stuff there) while I pop on this 2017 look at a (sigh) 26 year old album, Nirvana's "Nevermind", one of my five favorite albums.....anyway, other than 93millionmilesfromthesun, these are pretty much unfamiliar bands, to me........love most of the songs on that album, though, and hope one of these bands takes one of these songs for their own.......like the Ramones project, I think this should be a fun one to listen to.

    http://www43.zippyshare.com/v/zLlC410r/file.html

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  • 05/04/17--20:53: Astreal
  • And let's wrap today up with Astreal's "Light".....some more shoegaze/dream pop from Singapore, we
    visited there the other day, Singapore the new hotbed of shoegaze? Haven't heard this one yet, so once again we find out together......


    http://www36.zippyshare.com/v/BjYI5Atl/file.html

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    Following up yesterday's offering, here is a real rarity by the same Mr. Jones as yesterday's......act quickly, just to be safe.......
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    In August 1971, David Bowie's manager, Tony Defries had 500 promo LPs pressed to secure Bowie and fellow Mainman artist Dana Gillespie a record deal.
    This promo album, featuring seven Bowie songs on one Side A and five by Gillespie on the flip, is often referred to as the BOWPROMO white label album.
    It came in generic white outer and inner sleeves and had no printed labels, so its matrix number (BOWPROMO 1A-1/1B-1) is the only way to safely identify it.
    This Record Store Day release faithfully replicates the original promo, with Bowie's seven tracks on one side, and adds five exclusive Bowie prints.
    (Limited worldwide release of 15,000.) 

    SIDE A:
    01 Oh! You Pretty Things (BOWPROMO Mix) 
    02 Eight Line Poem (BOWPROMO Mix) 
    03 Kooks (BOWPROMO Mix) 
    04 It Ain't Easy 
    05 Queen Bitch (BOWPROMO Mix) 
    06 Quicksand (BOWPROMO Mix) 
    07 Bombers (BOWPROMO Mix) 

    http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/0QwgsPiJ/file.html

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  • 05/05/17--10:28: Mountain Movers
  • I have never heard of these guys (and gal) they've apparentely been around for a while.....this grabbed my ear with it's lo-fi garage/alt/psych.......anyone with any of their older material, I'm interested, and thanks to Johnny Nightlock for this contribution. "I Could Really See Things" is fab......
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    The Mountain Movers have, over the course of five albums and a decade’s worth of LPs, CDs, 7-inches, CDrs, and cassettes steadily become New Haven’s best kept secret; a band capable of lurching between melancholic indie rock, strident garage/psych and pummeling guitar freak-fuckery. Their earliest beginnings saw the band documenting bandleader Dan Greene’s (formerly of Butterflies of Love) vast catalog of songs, while displaying a rotating cast of New Haven musicians’ unique skills. Shortly after the bands fourth album (2011‘s “Apple Mountain”) constant members Greene and bassist Rick Omonte were joined by drummer Ross Menze and guitarist Kryssi Battelene, forming what is now the Mountain Mover’s longest running lineup. The band’s eponymous sixth album takes cues from everything before and coalesces the bands vision so succinctly and perfectly, it makes you wonder where they’re been your whole life.

    “Mountain Movers” starts off with the dark, stormy fourteen minute track “I Could Really See Things”. Fading into view with a scree of feedback, the drums and bass start to pound and pummel until the song lurches forward, lumbering purposefully toward slashes of guitar improvisation (courtesy of lead guitarist Battalene of Colorguard and Headroom whose playing evokes the lava soaked fingers of Mizutani and Keiji Heino). Then, in a flash, the jangling, melodic strum of “Everyone Cares” floats along, it’s dreamy chorus like a salve to the six-stringed burns that preceded it. After, a brief “Intro”, “Angels Don’t Worry” is next up, finding that sweet spot between murky kraut-tinged psychedelia and acid-fried guitar-noise exploration. “Vision Television” pounds out succinct garage stomp, with poetic Sixties snot and heavy VU-inflected swagger, straight outta “The Matrix Tapes” (disc two). The album is bookended by another long-form improvised jam, appropriately titled “Jam 2” that fades into a full-bore, head-down krautrock slow burn that somehow sounds like the most melodic of Can’s repertoire and Sonic Youth at their most effective improv stages (Bad Moon Rising/EVOL/Sister era), “Mountain Movers” is a tour de force. Greene’s songwriting hits home when it needs to, but leaves pockets open for the band to stretch out and really find a way inside the songs themselves.
    http://www65.zippyshare.com/v/7K1AWZIe/file.html

    credits

    released May 5, 2017

    Dan Greene: guitar, vocals, art
    Rick Omonte: bass
    Kryssi Battalene: lead guitar
    Ross Menze: drums 

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  • 05/05/17--10:34: Fazerdaze
  • Here’s a perfect burst of swooning, happy-sad bedroom guitar-pop sunshine from New Zealand’s Fazerdaze (aka Amelia Murray), taken from her beautiful debut LP Morningside, out in May 2017 via the legendary Flying Nun Records. Amelia tells us about recording the bittersweet daydream “Lucky Girl” in the dark and solitary space in which she was living at the time

    Another Johnny Nightlock contribution!
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    http://www28.zippyshare.com/v/VrHLIcLA/file.html


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  • 05/05/17--10:44: Moonbow
  • Checked this one out this morning, skull crushing hard rock, what more can I say? Thanks to Fabio for this one, I'm going to listen again today, and for me that is a true rarity! Hard rock n roll lovers, ya gotta have this one....reminds maybe of Alabama Thunderpussy or Dixie Witch, stuff like dat!

    01 War Bear/02 Sword in the Storm/03 Drinkin Alone/04 Bloodwash/05 Death of Giants/06 Alone Eyes Roam/07 California King/08 The Road/09 Son of Moses/10 Towards the Sun
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    https://mega.nz/#F!zYB3FaIB!JqdqrPqlrX9-ix8XXaVchQ

    Moonbow’s  War Bear is prime listening. Gritty low-end that burns your gut like a swig of good shine. Dank guitars and wicked picking that play out like a love affair between heavy metal and rock ‘n’ roll. Best of all: songs you can (and most definitely will) sing along with.  By and large the third record by frontman Matt “the Beard” Bischoff,  guitarist Davey McElfresh (Hank 3), drummer Steve Earle (Hermano), and bassist Ryan McAllister (Valley Of The Sun)  celebrates the good life, while not glossing over its seedier dark side. These tales benefit from a seamless mix of Kentucky styles, from backwater blues to southern sludge, outlaw country to Clutch-style stoner rock. It’s a defining mix that absolutely works for the album and will have you looking for a sweet spot in the sun with your favorite habit to soak it all in. ~ Billy Goate (Doomed & Stoned)

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  • 05/05/17--11:14: Psychocandy Covers project
  • Still loving "The Blog That Celebrates Itself ( https://theblogthatcelebratesitself.bandcamp.com/), wild
    shit on there, TONS of tribute albums (Fugazi, Teenage Fanclub, Echo & the Bunnymen) as well as cover projects (yesterday's "Nevermind", and now this.....a fantastic site, I'll be sharing stuff from there as I see fit, but if you love the obscure modern sounds we post here, you owe it to yourself to check this out.....plenty of little-knowns here, covering one of the top albums of the 80's, The Jesus and Mary Chain's "Psychocandy"........all the great songs are here, "In a Hole", "Inside Me""Never Understand"......we never would guessed at the time the influence this album (also My Bloody Valentine's classic) would have upon the music of today.

    http://www52.zippyshare.com/v/RUKeBnA2/file.html

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    Running through the letters P/Q as we come into the home 

    stretch with this sprawling and great
    collection.....again, there is no overlap between this and the first Garage Fuzz series, 100% "new" material......just wanted to point out, too, that this volume is especially good, with The Pretty Things, Peanut Butter Conspiracy, and Precious Few's version of "Train Kept-a Rollin'", which makes Aerosmith sound like Mazzy Star

    VOLUME 15-01 PEAGANS-I Can Only Give You Everything/02 PAINTED FACES-Anxious Color/03 PAINTED FACES-I Think I'm Going Mad/04 PALACE GUARD-Saturday's Child/05 PARK AVENUE PLAYGROUND-The Trip/06 PASTELS-Weird Sound/07 PATRIOTS-What a Drag It Is/08 PATTENS-Jump/09 PAUPERS-Think I Care/10 PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY-Floating Dream/11
     PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY-It's a Happening Thing/12 PENETRATION-The Longer You hang Around/13 PERILS-Hate/14 PERPETUAL MOTION-Infiltrate Your Mind/15 PETER ANTELL-The Times The Are a Changin/16 PETER PAN & THE GOOD FAIRIES-Kaleidoscope/17 PHASE II PRODUCTIONS-Stop/18 PHOXXE-Look at Me/19 PINEAPPLE HEARD-Valleri/20 PLAYBOYS-Sad/21 PORTRAITS-Run Around Girl/22 PRECIOUS FEW-Train Kept a Rollin/23 PREMIERS-Get Your Baby/24 PRETTY THINGS-Come See Me/25 PRETTY THINGS-Get the Picture/26 PRIDE AND JOY-Girl/27 PROFESSOR MORRISON'S LOLLIPOP-You Got the Love/28 PURPLE HAZE-Shades of Blue/29 Q'65-It Came To Me/30 QUANTRILL RIDERS-I'm Going



    http://www75.zippyshare.com/v/nuaoWEGY/file.html

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  • 05/06/17--08:30: Psyched Up Janis
  • (scott) This comes from Studkid, as a big fan of the Raveonettes, I'm way anxious to hear this stuff:

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    Before Sune Wagner formed The Raveonettes, he had 10 years with Psyched Up Janis



    • 1994 Swell                                     Best Album "Vanity""I Died in my Teens" is some great songs
    • 1997 Beats Me                                          
    • 1998 Enter The Super Peppermint Lounge
    • 1999 Hi-Fi Low Life                                    Some old Demos
    • 1999 The Quiet Album (Live)                       Acustic
    •         Singles, B-sides,Rarites
    • 2014 The Oxygen Blast                              Self-released (2014 Reunion)
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    Sounds awesome, and welcome back to my man Studkid!

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  • 05/06/17--08:34: Velvet Volume
  • No DL for this one, as they have yet to release their CD yet, but Studkid wants us to see some YouTube vids of this up and coming chick band, Velvet Volume from Denmark......good vids, their debut album coming later this year!

    "Baby One More Time Briney Spears Cover" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSRW05CYv8s

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  • 05/06/17--08:39: Skunk
  • A Fabio submission from the west coast of the USA, we have Skunk......really good, pure stoner rock
    and nothing more......but what more do you want?

    Skunk, John McKelvy (Vocals), Dmitri Mavra (Guitar), Erik Pearson (Guitar), Matt Knoth (Bass) and Jordan Ruyle (Drums), hail from Oakland, California and jam grooves heavily influenced by the likes of Buffalo, Truth & Janey, Cactus and Sir Lord Baltimore as well as all the usual 70’s suspects such as Sabbath and Zeppelin. Skunk take these influences, born from a time when the blues was gradually making a transition into something harder and heavier, and mix them in with elements of 00’s stoner/psych, creating a sound that, although not exactly ground-breaking, is nonetheless highly infectious and totally enjoyable. ~ Frazer Jones (Desert Psychlist)


     https://mega.nz/#F!mUoR0Qwa!KOuhzEeCLJA2RPqcX-mE_Q


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  • 05/07/17--08:19: Seven Year Bitch
  • From Seattle, we have 3 albums from the cleverly-monikerd Seven Year Bitch......they were kind of
    second-level imo, perhaps the equals of Jack Off Jill or Lunachicks......still decent chick/grunge/punk....the first LP, "Sick Em", is kind of rough, actually, but "Viva Zapata!" and "Gato Negro" (especially) are while slicker, more listenable. A lot of things we need MORE, not less of, and 1990's grunge rock is one of them.

    SICK EM

    http://www2.zippyshare.com/v/JibsDSj8/file.html


    VIVA ZAPATA
    http://www75.zippyshare.com/v/pl3uEbln/file.html

    Chow Down 3:03
    Tired Of Nothing 2:14
    Knot 5:08
    In Lust You Trust 3:25
    Sink 3:19
    Gun 2:16
    Lorna 1:56
    You Smell Lonely 2:03
    No Fucking War 1:53
    Dead Men Don't Rape 2:47
    8-Ball Deluxe 2:52
    Can We Laugh Now?

    VIVA ZAPATA

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    The Scratch 1:59
    Hip Like Junk 3:50
    M.I.A. 3:54
    Derailed 3:11
    Cats Meow 3:54
    Rock A Bye 2:39
    It's Too Late 2:39
    Damn Good And Well 1:59
    Kiss My Ass Goodbye 2:53
    Icy Blue 3:57
    Get Lit

    GATO NEGRO

    http://www24.zippyshare.com/v/zme0So5R/file.html


    1 The History Of My Future
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    2 Crying Shame 4:09
    3 Disillusion 3:05
    4 Deep In The Heart 3:02
    5 The Midst 3:29
    6 24,900 Miles Per Hour 3:27
    7 Whoopie Cat 3:02
    8 Miss Understood 3:07
    9 Sore Subject 2:06
    10 Rest My Head 2:57
    11 2nd Hand 1:44
    12 Jack 2:36
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  • 05/07/17--08:27: A Vintage Damned Boot
  • From the staggering Lewdd collection, we have a pretty-fair sounding show from the Damned, London, 11/19/78.....an audience recording, but not a bad one, captures the Damned's rowdy stage presence. More Lewdd punk boots to come, he's given us a LOT of them!

    11/19/78 LONDON-01 Teenae Dream/02 Second Time Around/03 Problem Child/04 Burglar/05 Ballroom Blitz/06 Looking At You/07 Help/08 Stab Your Back/09 Antipope/10 New Rose/11 Jet Boy Jet Girl/12 Stretcher Case/13 Neat N
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    http://www32.zippyshare.com/v/AlwNQwef/file.html

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  • 05/07/17--08:38: The Jam Peel Sessions
  • From Lewdd's deep stash of punk recordings comes this very nice collection of Peel sessions from the Jam.....I think these are new to the site, I did a huge, multi-part Jam post years back, but I don't recall hearing this one before.......it's a good one, don't miss, and thanks to punk-bootleg king Lewdd.

    JAM PEEL SESSIONS-01 In the City (4/26/77)/02 Art School (4/26/77)/03 I've Changed (4/26/77)/04 The Modern World (4/26/77)/05 All Around the World (7/19/77)/06 London Girl (7/19/77)/07 Bricks and Mortal (7/19/77)/08 Carnaby Street (7/19/77)


    http://www58.zippyshare.com/v/0CLpyXoH/file.html

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    Fabio sends us this fab album by one of the greats of Blues Guitar......I have no idea how he feels about sharing music, so you might want to grab this....Robin Trower could ALWAYS rake, and I'm sure he still can.......get yer blooze-rock here!



    https://mega.nz/#F!nAIkyI4T!5XCq9--KjCyhYhvpdjrD4Q


     Robin Trower
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        Time And Emotion - Tracks: 11 Time: 00:52:09
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        01. The Land of Plenty              -  04:25
        02. What Was I Really Worth to You  -  05:01
        03. I'm Gone                        -  02:52
        04. Bitten by the Snake             -  03:53
        05. Returned in Kind                -  07:19
        06. If You Believe in Me            -  07:06
        07. You're the One                  -  03:43
        08. Can't Turn Back the Clock       -  03:36
        09. Make Up Your Mind               -  05:36
        10. Try Love                        -  05:26
        11. Time and Emotion                -  03:12 


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