Forget any major label release you may have had your eye on this week and hunt down ‘Mirage’, you won’t regret it.
An awesome LP, my only slight concern is that it should come with a free neck brace. You have been warned.
It’s a late contender, but ‘purple’ is easily amongst the albums of 2015.
If you have a hankering for all things stoner, then, you could do a lot worse than track down this impressive third album with its worthwhile, if somewhat familiar, sound. Hugely enjoyable, ‘Raise the veil’ is a recommended release that has plenty to offer stoner fans new and old.
Black Note Graffiti are a fascinating, frequently unique and inspirational band. ‘Volume 1’ is not, perhaps, an easy album, but it most certainly is worthwhile.
Like a great book or piece of artwork, ‘Tibetan monk’ demands you give as much of yourself as it returns and in doing so it makes you feel a part of the wondrous noise the band are making.
...quite simply Mother’s whiskey rule, so pour yourself a shot, crank up the volume and kick back with this awesome record – you won’t regret it.
A towering colossus of stoner riffs, heavy rock attitude and influences too numerous to mention, LDDSM are once again ahead of the curve with their inventive and creative stoner rock, and ‘Arcane’ earns its place in even the most selective of collections thanks to the band’s innate musicality and the many subtle melodic nuances that make this a rewarding and memorable release.