SpindriftSpindrift is a cinematically-driven, psychedelic western/rock band created by singer-songwriter-composer-producer Kirpatrick Thomas. After a career spanning over two decades, the group continue to create music, tour rigorously, and act as a mainstay in the independent film and music scene. They currently have five full length albums available. They have toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe with bands such as The Dandy Warhols, The Black Angels, Dead Meadow, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Black Mountain, and are featured on many soundtracks and films (such as &ldqu...The Cult of Dom KellerTHE CULT OF DOM KELLER arrived on earth in 2008.In its 5 years of existence they have managed to bestow upon our eardrums an abundance of merciless, psychedelic, whacked out sounds 4 EPs and single.The debut album lands late March released by Austin's Reverberation Society in the US and Mannequin Records in Europe.Dom keller began in the autumn of...FederalePortland, Oregon’s Federale are pleased to announce the release of their third studio album: "The Blood Flowed Like Wine." This release, two years in the making, expands Federale's vocabulary to include lyric driven songs. Including a murder ballad sung by Alex Maas of the Black Angels and a heroic theme sung by KP Thomas of Los Angeles's Spindrift. The range of instruments has also expanded to include strings performed by Portland's 45th Parallel Ensemble. Members of the Oregon Symphony provide Flute, French Horn and Oboe. And country tinge...Lower Heaven"...Hailing from the sun-drenched hills of Los Angeles, Lower Heaven create dark, shimmering waves of sinister neo-psychedelic shoegaze on this sophomore release. Recorded by Dead Meadow’s Steve Kille and mixed by Nic Jodoin (The Morlocks) these songs are equally indebted to the early Creation Records sounds of Ride, MBV...""…Today Is All We Have, the latest record from Los Angeles' Lower Heaven begins with swirling synthesizer noise before their layered guitar attack kicks in over a steady, ...Dead Skeletons
Dead Magick formulates and communicates dynamic concepts, as well as illustrates them via the oldest form of human expression: music.
Good and evil exist as they have always existed - listen to the Dead Skeletons. Dead Skeletons are the monks of the Dead Temple. Members are Nonni Dead, Henrik Björnsson, Ryan Carlson Van Kriedt + guests.The Brian Jonestown MassacreNamed in tribute to the legendary Rolling Stones guitarist and his influence in introducing Eastern culture and music into the world of Western rock and roll, the Brian Jonestown Massacre formed in San Francisco, California in 1990. Some 40 different members passed through the group"s ranks over the next half of the decade, but throughout their focal point remained singer/guitarist Anton Newcombe, who along with bassist Matt Hollywood, guitarist Dean Taylor, organis...The LovetonesThe Lovetones released their debut album, Be What You Want in 2002 through The Committee To Keep Music Evil, creating a palpable buzz amongst critics from the likes of Creem and Rolling Stone magazine. The latter hailed mainman Matthew J Tow's songwriting worthy of Ray Davies, Bowie, Lennon and McCartney: a bold statement, yet in his case, completely justified. After enjoying the critical success of Be What You Want, touring Australia extensively and even supporting Morrissey during his first ever solo Australian tour, Tow joined The Brian Jonestown Massacre ...Joel GionIn 1994 Joel Gion joined The Brian Jonestown Massacre as the tambourine playing keeper of the faith and Spokesman For The Revolution. Since those early days and many twists and shouts later, you'll still find him hanging tough with Anton playing in BJM. It was after the last leg of the 2010 world tour that the songs for this solo project began to take shape and it was during BJMs next year off from touring that they were recorded. Missing the road yes - but also making a good time to try out his own thing in the meantime, Joel performed and recorded all the music h...The Asteroid 4
The Asteroid No.4 is from Philadelphia and have been releasing records and touring consistently since the later half of the 1990s. Rooted deep in psychedelic music, specifically that of the 1960s and early 1990s British bands, A4 has never shyed away from wearing their influences firmly on their sleeves. Dabbling in everything from Anglo-induced guitar pop to the "Cosmic American" sounds of vintage L.A. country-rock outfits, the band has never lost site of it’s goals, which was to become themselves.
1998s "Introducing the Asteroid ...