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  • 05/07/17--08:53: Bionic Caveman
  • Someone on Bandcamp compared these guys to All Them Witches, and I won't argue.....good and loud
    stoner rock from Fabio, this a few years old, but "new" to me, and a good one....thanks to Fabio for more skull bashing rock!

    https://mega.nz/#F!eVRAWb5Z!oMu-_kQhKKO7dU66tjR_JA

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  • 05/09/17--10:14: Beelezefuzz
  • Another Fabio submission, issued in 2016......review attached, I'll be checking this out yet today.
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    01. Nazriff.mp3
    02. The Soulless.mp3
    03. Hardluck Melody.mp3
    04. Rat Poison Parfait.mp3
    05. Eternal Waltz.mp3
    06. Within Trance.mp3
    07. Nebulous.mp3
    08. The Righteous Bloom.mp3
    09. Sanctum & Solace.mp3
    10. Dying On The Vine.mp3
    11. Peace Mind.mp3


    https://mega.nz/#F!ONoECJRD!wYBHuO_cGS3Lg9YYSYRyaw
    Our dear mums were right: We’re all special snowflakes. We are unique, we have varied opinions and values, and perhaps most importantly, we have exceptionally uncommon taste in art, particularly music. Remember when Janice over in Purchasing asked if you like Godsmack and you made damn sure she heard you blaring that Warpvomit album as you left the parking lot later that day? Amen. SINGULARITY.
    But be vigilant in your freak-flag waving, soldiers, for even we can fall into a rut. Heaven forbid your vital year-end list be stacked to the rafters with atmospheric, crusty, anti-cosmic, blackened, speed skating war metal and nothing but. Challenging one’s wheelhouse on a regular basis ensures heavy metal durability, and you’ll be all the richer for it. In terms of doom, which is the matter at hand right’chere, it’s about periodically defying the overtly gloomy, funereally slow and forever sludgy in favor of something, well…different. Not entirely new, mind you, just different, particularly when compared to what’s been gobbling up most of the spotlight in 2016.
    Judging the book by its cover, The Righteous Bloom looks like a slab of stoner jams that might have gotten a hard push in the Hellride and All That Is Heavy forums a handful of years ago, and that’s a pretty fair assessment on the surface –– the record is fuzzy, bottom-heavy and sure to coexist comfortably on the couch next to any floating hesher. Plus, thar be plumes of smoke and nekkid faery-folk flitting about the album artwork, and the band’s name is Beelzefuzz, for God’s sake. (Incidentally, if you’re thinking about playing the old “well, I just can’t get past the name” card, that’s obviously your prerogative, but you better not have anything from Made Out of Babies or Strapping Young Lad on your nightstand.)
    This is much more than a typical stoner doom offering, however. For one, the songs are refreshingly precise. Six of the eleven are under four minutes, with the longest stretch being reserved for the seven minute title track. Brevity such as this means there’s not much room for ancillary cosmic decoration, so there’s not much standing in the way of the listener getting hit by riffs, strut and melody on each song, and very directly. This lack of gimmickery also puts added weight on good ol’ fashioned songwriting, which is navigated rather handily by the fact that the players are all veterans of music who were likely dissecting Sabbath and Uriah Heep records while a number of our readers were still covered in mashed carrots and firing boom-booms into Huggies. Obviously age doesn’t necessarily equate to quality, but Beelzefuzz features old salts from Pale Divine (drummer Darin McCloskey and guitarist Greg Diener) and Revelation/Against Nature (bassist Bert Hall) on the clock, and that doomed pedigree shines through on The Righteous Bloom.
    The record is also a little bit weird. Good weird. Pleasant weird. The strut is heavy – at times, surprisingly so (“Soulless” and “Nebulous”) – but it has a very different sort of playful sway to the overall gait and mood. Woolly mammoth heavy, but not necessarily crushing in that Conan/Monolord sort of way. More of a “Woolly mammoths banging out on the plains without a care in the world” kind of heavy. Feel-good, but watch out for that trunk, jack. Additionally, a very curious “polyphonic octave” pedal on the guitars throws an engaging keyboard/organ element on top of the riffs, which intensifies the record’s blanketing swagger.
    Also adding to the album’s uniqueness is the fact that guitarist Dana Ortt has an absolutely fantastic voice with huge range, defying the typical biker yowl that often accompanies this style. His tone is clear and bright, not unlike Tommy Shaw or even Mark Farner during the early Grand Funk years, and when paired alongside the album’s piles of bluesy/Iommi-inspired leads (split evenly with Diener), it gives The Righteous Bloom a strong hard rockin' blues slant that would sound perfect pealing from a cluttered garage like a 70s Wishbone Ash record. Just listen to the swampy, smoky stomper “Hardluck Melody” and let that velvet hammer pound your gloom into submission.
    Ultimately, two words are likely best suited to help gauge whether or not this record is worthy of your money: Hellhound Records. Hopefully that label already means something to you, but if it doesn’t, know that it was once responsible for putting Maryland doom bands such as The ObsessedUnorthodoxWretchedRevelationIron Man and Internal Void on the map back in the late 80s and early 90s. That tradition of doom – bold, bluesy and burly – is what Beelzefuzz continues to cultivate with The Righteous Bloom. If that sounds interesting, and you’ve got an adventurous spirit that enjoys metal that makes you feel damn good, I suggest you climb aboard.


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  • 05/09/17--10:24: The War on Drugs
  • A new two-sided single "Thinking of a Place", from The War On Drugs.....a nice little piece of alterna-pop, I thought, see what you think of it

    01  Thinking of a Place Part 1/02  Thinking of a Place Part 2



    http://www16.zippyshare.com/v/laxH8jep/file.html

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  • 05/09/17--10:35: Doug Tuttle
  • How about some light-hippie-psych from a long-time veteran singer-songwriter of that genre? An
    anonymous contribution, this really does feature some good songs and good guitar.....this from someone who WASN'T going to post it, at first.......good songs though, really good.

    http://www111.zippyshare.com/v/JjIeMz76/file.html

    1 Bait The Sun
    2 Can It Be
    3 Don't Worry
    4 Home Again
    5 Only In A Dream
    6 All You See
    7 Life Boat
    8 But Not Of You
    9 A Message From Your Heart
    10 In Your Light
    11 It's Alright With Me, Ma
    12 Peace Potato
    13 YCNTIOYO
    14 Not Enough
    15 You Have Begun


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    Another great project from The Blog That Celebrates Itself, a tribute to My Bloody Valentine......Seems
    to me a damn hard band to pay tribute to, so this should be off-the-charts interesting.......anyway, "Loveless" is one of the great albums of it's era, and it's good to hear people pay it

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  • 05/10/17--13:52: Tanks and Tears
  • New from this Italian post-punk/grunge crew, sent this way anonymously........no masterpiece by any
    means but a pretty good listen......reminds me of various 80's bands at times, check the song "Jump Into Your Heart" pretty retro-rockin'!

    "Aware"

    Breath Jump Into Your Heart Inca Butterfly AwareUnder A Cloud War Temple Plasticine 10 Life Is A Show 


    http://www56.zippyshare.com/v/yOde04X6/file.html

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  • 05/10/17--14:04: Paul Chastain
  • Apparently Paul Chastain was in Velvet Crush in the early 90's.......remember the band, not him in particular.....but a friend turned me on to this pre-Crush EP, "Halo", from (I think) 1986.......ecellent power pop, kind of Matthew Sweet-like, which is a compliment.......this is a forgotten gem for certain.

    HALO-01 Halo/02 Am I Right/03 Focused/04 Every Other Night/05 Comes Round/06 Outside Circle


    http://www106.zippyshare.com/v/58p8Blg6/file.html



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  • 05/10/17--14:09: Lykantopi
  • A Fabulous-Fabio submission, some crushing retro-70's hard psych, loved this one just for the nostlagic
    vibe......good album though, I wouldn't miss it, an thanks to Fabio.

    01 Black Old Stone.mp3
    02 Mary Jane.mp3
    03 Light Night.mp3
    04 Julie (Old Death Whisper).mp3
    05 Alexandra.mp3
    06 Blue Eyes.mp3
    07 Raven.mp3
    08 Dodens dans.mp3


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  • 05/10/17--14:14: Olneya
  • This Italian one-man band project offers up a free bandcamp link to his stuff.....this one I have not heard yet,
    but it comes with Fabio's full recommendation! From the description it sounds kind of desert/stoner, gotta find out this evening.........

    https://olneya.bandcamp.com/releases

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  • 05/10/17--14:24: David Jones tribute album
  • Again from the fab "Blog that Celebrates Itself", we have a fine collection of covers of Mr. Jone's songs, by a buncha folks i never heard of.....sound great? You Bet! please visit that fine blog and enjoy the musisc there, it's awesome!


    https://theblogthatcelebratesitself.bandcamp.com/album/va-68th-birth-a-tribute-to-david-bowie


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  • 05/11/17--09:25: Grapefruit
  • An almost completely forgotten late 60's Brit semi-psych/pop band, this compilation is a nice little package of the "Complete London Sessions, 1967-68"....kind of Beatle-esque, appropriately, perhaps, as they were an Apple band.......can perhaps hear some early Floyd in there too.......really pretty good, I areally like the instro "Breaking up a Dream", and the Beatles knock "Another Game"........I forget who sent me this one, it's been a while, but whomever ya are, thanks.


    http://www12.zippyshare.com/v/DTI3gL3H/file.html

    1. DEAR DELILAH
    2. DEAD BOOT
    3. BREAKING UP A DREAM *
    4. LULLABY (SPED UP STEREO VERSION)**
    5. ANOTHER GAME
    6. ELEVATOR
    7. YES **
    8. AINT IT GOOD **
    9. SWEET LITTLE MISS NO NAME * / **
    10. ROUND AND ROUND (AKA ROUND GOING ROUND) **
    11. SOMEDAY (ALT. VSN) * / **
    12. SOMEBODY’S TURNING ON THE PEOPLE * / **
    13. TRYING TO MAKE IT TO MONDAY
    14. C’MON MARIANNE (MARYANNE) **
    15. THEME FOR A LONELY QUEEN (AKA TWIGGY) **
    16. THIS LITTLE MAN (ALT. VSN) **
    17. DO WHAT YOU WANT TO(AKA LEARN TO LOVE ME) */**
    18. YESTERDAY’S SUNSHINE **
    19. SOMEDAY SOON
    20. ONE MORE TRY * / **
    * prev unreleased
    ** new tape transfer / multi track mix.

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  • 05/11/17--09:48: New From Mew
  • Danish alt-rockers Mew released a killer album, "And the Glass Handed Kites", about ten years ago or so......I must not have been paying attention, as I have missed everything they've done since......but this new release (japanese expanded edition) is faiarly good, and somewhat reminiscent of that 00's semi-classic. I'll have to catch up on the albums I missed because this one really is worth spending an hour on, semi-edgy, semi-grungy alt-pop.

    VISUALS-01 Nothingness and No Regrets/02 The Wake of Your Life/03 Candy Pieces All Smeared Out/04 In a Better Place/05 Ay Ay Ay/06 Learn Our Crystals/07 Twist Quest/08 Shoulders/09 85 Videos/10 Zanzibar/11 Carry Me To Safety/12 Seeker Shivers/13 Heavenly Jewel Thief

    Thanks to Juan Nixon for this submission

    http://www55.zippyshare.com/v/p1aCp0lW/file.html


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    .....of The Blog That Celebrates Itself, of course....in case you haven't noticed, I've been pimping that site hard, because I think it's the fucking bomb........what we have today are three very cool volumes of "Nuggets"-style rock, done up by a generous handful of bands I've never heard of......what could be better than that? These are great, with one caveat.....Volume 2 costs a minimum of three bucks (1 & 3 are free unless you wanna pay).....I have no clue as to why this is, but I paid the damn three dollars (grudgingly, but I did), so get all three discs, your getting a fine three disc set for a dollar a disc......not able to beat that.

    VOLUME 1
     https://theblogthatcelebratesitself.bandcamp.com/album/the-psychedelic-sounds-of-the-blog-that-celebrates-itself-vol-1


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    https://theblogthatcelebratesitself.bandcamp.com/album/the-psychedelic-sounds-of-the-blog-that-celebrates-itself-volume-ii


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  • 05/12/17--10:38: Girlpool
  • John 2K send us "Power Plant", the sophomore effort from the young female duo who call themselves
    Girlpool......unfamiliar with them, I listened to this intently today....not what I was expecting, but some pretty good, lyrical 90's-alt sounding pop stuff.......maybe a more sophisticated Breeders as the review I saw compared them too......anyway, pretty good at the end of the day......that's why it's here!

    POWERPLANT

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  • 05/12/17--10:51: Geezer
  • From Fabio, a great stoner rock EP from the USA's great Geezer........really liked this one, this is their Bandcamp link, album really is pretty awesome, harking back to some of that "classic" (!)  stoner rock of the 00's.......recommended. They cover "Hair of the Dog", and do so much better than Guns N Roses did, for whatever that is worth

    PSYCHORIFFADELIA-01 Hair of the Dog/02 Stressknots/03 Psychoriffadelia/04 Red Hook/05 Dirty Penny



    https://mega.nz/#F!SFA3XaLZ!RZPTnbKXpSsHLADRjvoEzg

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    Home stretch for these comps, unless some one sends me a third huge torrent ("Grandsons?") of little known
    classics like these......up to letter "R" today, with another truckload full of buzz-fuzz outbursts, with no overlap with the "R" volume of the first "Garage Fuzz" series.......thanks to you all for DL'ing/enjoying these, and thanks, once again, to James for creating them, a spectacular effort, superhuman damn near.

    PART 16-01 RAVEINS-The Edge of Time/02 RAIK'S PROGRESS-Sewer Rat Love Chant/03 RAINMAKERS-Tell Her No/04 RAINY DAYS-I Can Only Give You Everything/05 RANDY & THE REST-Confusion/06 RANGER SOUND-Ricordami/07 RAPIDS-Seven Little Numbers/08 RASPUTIN AND THE MONKS-Roadrunner/09 RAVENZ-Just Like I Want Her/10 RAY BROWN & THE WHISPERS-Ain't It Strange/11 RENAISSANCE-That Someone Isn't Me/12 RENEGADES-Thirteen

    Women/13 RESTLESS FEELINS-A Million Things/14 REVELLS-I Feel Lonely/15 RHYTHMS-Every Time/16 RICHARD & THE YOUNG LIONS-Nasty/17 RICHIE BRUCE-Plan My Life/18 RICK & RON WITH THE VICTORS-Let the Good Times Roll/19 RIOT SQUAD-Not a Great Talker/20 RISING TIDES-Little Girls/21 ROADRUNNERS-I Love the Way You Love/22 ROB ROYS-Do You Girl/23 ROCK GARDEN-You Got Me Signed/24 ROCK-A-GO-GO'S-I'm Out to Win you Over/25 ROCKY & THE RIDDLERS-Flash & Crash/26 ROGUES-Train Kept a Rollin'/27 ROJAY & FABOR-We're On the Move Now/28 ROUND ROBIN-I'm the Wolfman/29 RUFF FRANCIS & THE ILLUSIONS-Misery Loves Company/30 RUINS-She Doesn't Understand/31 RUSSELL HARVEY & THE ROGUES-Keep a
    Knockin'

    This particular volume is one of the best of either series, IMHO.......

    http://www14.zippyshare.com/v/WvUqnIk7/file.html

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    From the spectacular Lewdd collection, here is a great sounding complete Jam show, from the Brighton Centre, December 1979......that was roughly the time of my fave Jam album, "Setting Sons", and that album is quite generously represented......but you also get virtually all of the classic Jam material as well,  the sound is crispy clear, and the band sounds energized and angry.....thanks to Lewdd for this, no idea if it's rare or not, but it really is fab to listen to, great boot, ***** effort.

    BRIGHTON CENTRE 12/1979-01 Intro/Girl On the Phone/02 To Be Someone (Didn't We Have a Nice Time)/03 It's Too Bad/04 Burning Sky/05 Away From the Numbers/06 Smithers-Jones/07 Little Boy Soldiers/08 Strange Town/09 Mr. Clean/10 The Butterfly Collector/Private Hell/11 Thick as Thieves/12 When You're Young/13 Eton Rifles/14 Down in the Tube Station at Midnight/15 Saturday's Kids/16 All Mod Cons/17 David Watts/18 The Modern World/19 Heat Wave/20 'A' Bomb In Wardour Street

    Please don't miss this and be asking for it in three years. It's great and you may as well get it now, trust me on the quality here.

    http://www21.zippyshare.com/v/eE0UkLsT/file.html

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    I love me some Buddy Guy, and thanks to Lewwd I have a HUGE bunch of boots from Mr. Guy......I've seen him twice and he is one of my favorite live performers, always entertaining as hell. Him being joined by young whippersnapper Eric Clapton,  of whom you may have heard, results in some excellent music......if you have a specific Buddy Guy show you desire, let me know chances are I may have it here somewhere.....just let me know.

    The hardest rocking 80-year old on the planet, not much question there.

    1990 ROYAL ALBERT HALL-01 DJ Chatter/02 Money/03 Five Long Years/04 DJ Chatter/05 This is the New Enjoyment Moment/06 Everything's Gonna Be Alright/07 Something on Your Mind/08 DJ Chatter/09 This Is So Much Fun/10 My Time After a While/11 Sweet Home Chicago/12 Hoochie Coochie Man/13 DJ Chatter/14 Wee Wee Baby/15 DJ Chatter

    How much Buddy do you "Guy"s (I am so CLEVER) do you guys want? I'll see how popular this one proves to be.

    http://www91.zippyshare.com/v/8WKcAaHv/file.html

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  • 05/13/17--10:37: Stone Garden
  • An old fave of mine, Fabio dusts this one off for another spin.....Stone Garden were minor players in the early 70's hard/heavy rock scene, the "pre-stoner' era as I call it......this is a random collection of tracks, some live, but knowing of my love for the music of that particular time, (1968-73 roughly), you'll know what to expect.


    https://mega.nz/#F!bNwUTK5J!9M6--GX7UEEnnxpQ-RgOWw

    A1 Oceans Inside Me 2:33
    A2 It's A Beautiful Day 3:28
    A3 The World Is Coming To An End 2:31
    A4 Bastard 6:02
    A5 Da Da Da Da Da 3:32
    B1 Stop My Thinking (45) 2:15
    B2 Assembly Line 3:27
    B3 Woodstick 8:22
    B4 San Francisco Policeman Blues 4:25
    B5 Oceans Inside Me (45) 2:35

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  • 05/14/17--09:28: Nutopians
  • I was anonymously sent this new and tremendous release from Nutopians, "What Does the Future Sound Like?", as well as the remaining EP's from that band's legacy.......haven't heard the EP's yet, but the LP is possible year-end material......multi-textured and ambitious/unique post punk rock, I have a feeling you may want to move quickly here if you want these.....thanks to the submittor, great album.

    TIME EP-01 Time/02 The Secret/03 Someday/04
    Out of Touch
    http://www98.zippyshare.com/v/Y420UvNO/file.html

    IS THIS WHERE THE STORY ENDS EP-01 Is this Where the Story Ends/02 The Journey/03 So Close and Yet So Far
    http://www39.zippyshare.com/v/0SUXMfWB/file.html


    CLAUSTROPHOBIA EP-01 Claustrophobia/02 A Life Worth Living/04 The Final Walk (Demo)
    http://www93.zippyshare.com/v/1h3NitV1/file.html

    WHAT THE FUTURE SOUNDS LIKE-01 (Forward)/02 Afterlife/03 Elysium/04 The Journey/05 Dark Star/06 Out of Touch/07 Time/08 Forever and a Day/09 The Secret/10 Worlds Collide/11 Why/12 (Ascension)

    http://www99.zippyshare.com/v/quKfpAPN/file.html

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