ROIR's fifth album with 10FT. GANJA PLANT, "Bush Rock" is their most inspired and accomplished to date and includes vocals by Kyle McDonald of Slightly Stoopid. 10FT. GANJA PLANT includes members of John Brown's Body. "Bush Rock" shows the Plant growing to new heights, while keeping their feet firmly rooted in a warm 70's roots vibe. Standout tracks "Too Much Gun a Bust" & "Got To Be a Soldier" include powerful heart wrenching vocals reminiscent of the greats like Jacob Miller & Joe Higgs. Bush Rock is a well rounded reggae/dub excursion and features both heavy dub tracks and silky sweet songs like the Melodica driven... + INFO
10,000 Russos are a formidable force< their industrial psych&post/punk has been charming fuzz/heads across the globe with its stomping, shamanic mantras and otherworldly krautrock slant. 10,000 Russos have once again transcended the boundaries of psychedelia as we know it today< their dark, droning noise is twisted, distorted and pushed to its limit. istress Dis/tress' is so ritualistic and industrial it sees their usual post/punk sound - a primal and celestial mix of The Fall, NEU! and Space/men 3 - pushed within an inch of techno territory with its abrasive, metronomic rhythms.
Este trio madrile├▒o son la autentica revolucion dentro de la incipiente actual escena psicobilly. Version de Dead Kennedys que reafirma el pasado de sus miembros por la militancia punk!
Based in Brighton, 14 Iced Bears was formed in 1985 by Robert Sekula and drummer Nick Emery. Their punky, DIY pop ethic held melody as key and technical expertise as less of an issue. They wrote catchy pop songs, which were recorded with a ramshackle charm reflecting a passion for -60s garage and psychedelia. Inspired by bands s.a. The Byrds and Velvet Underground, this set them apart from their C86 contemporaries. Their debut/album from 1988 is a masterpiece of psychedelic pop that turned a lot of heads with its ambition and skilled songcraft. The album betrayed the influence of -60s psychedelia on the group and beca... + INFO
14 Iced Bears- second album, -Wonder-, was originally released in 1991. By this time the members were listening to The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Big Star and the 13th Floor Elevators, which made them stray even further from their early indie/pop origins towards spaced out soundscapes. Obviously, the result was a truly psychedelic affair. This reissue is expanded with a nine/track bonus disc that contains tracks from the EP-s -World I Love-, -Mother Sleep- and -Hold On-.