"Forever destined to stand within Goat’s shadow, label-mates Hills may miss out on the hype & glory that the aforementioned psychedelic tribe get. Or they may not, depending on your point of view as to whether they are one and the same band.
"Psychedelic rock has seen a number of revivals since its heyday in the late '60s. Often times, these bands sound like they're simply aping the influences they wear so prominently on their sleeves.
"This limited boxset captures Causa Sui at two very special nights: At the release parties of Euporie Tide (2013) & Return To Sky (2016).
Not at all the free jazz album you might expect from the title. Far from it. This 1970 album was released on the MPS label and is one of the rockiest releases they ever put out. This was a session put together by drummer/vocalist Udo Lindenberg who appears under the pseudonym Lyndon Berg.
The Braen's Machine was one of many "mysterious" albums released in the early 70s in Italy that was released, uncredited, on budget or library labels. Another example would be the two albums released by The Underground Set but there are apparently many others.
"Psychedelic Witchcraft have just brought out their latest album 'Magick Rites and Spells'. This band certainly know how to churn out songs as their last album, the critically acclaimed 'The Vision' only came out back in April, 2016.
"This is spiritual space rock with a pagan, ritualistic feel to it!" Daniel Ekeroth, author of Swedish Death Metal.
"Although I’ll always have a soft spot for My Sleeping Karma because their second album, Satya, was the first full-length I reviewed specifically for The Obelisk, it’s the German four-piece’s instrumental heavy psychedelia that endears them most of all.
"Sure, the UN can try to do something about it, the Dalai Lama can be out and about in the mMy Sleeping Karma - Satyaedia and touring across the world, but even that’s only going to get you so far.
First release from this outstanding German instrumental psych/space rock band. Nice dynamic blend of heavy riffing, spacey keyboard sounds juxtaposed with dreamy and serene kosmiche music. Better albums to come but not a bad start at all!