fredag 30. oktober 2015

torsdag 1. oktober 2015

OSLO PSYCH FEST : RITUAL 2015










OCTOBER 8 - 9 - 10
RITUAL 2015

Thursday at Revolver:
CAMERA (GER) MOTORSEGLER (N)

Friday at Vulkan/Pokalen:
MICHAEL ROTHER plays NEU!, HARMONIA + SOLO WORKS (D) ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE & THE MELTING PARAISO U.F.O. (JP) DESTRUCTION UNIT (US) SPECTRAL HAZE (N) DE UNDERJORDISKE (DK) THE LOW FREQUENCY IN STEREO (N)

Saturday at Vulkan/Pokalen:
WIRE (UK) CLINIC (UK) HILLS (SE) THE KING KHAN & BBQ SHOW (CAN) SPIDS NØGENHAT (DK) ELECTRIC EYE (N) THE ORANGE REVIVAL (SE)



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Throw Down Bones

http://fuzzclub.com/collections/deluxe-editions/products/throw-down-bones-deluxe-s-t-album

Bodies That Matter



Ian McPhedran returns with his post-Ostrich Tuning project, Bodies That Matter. Released on Toronto’s Optical Sounds label, the new EP Glorify! Glorify! Glorify! features a continued exploration of trivial guitar tunings and minimalistic drums filtered through 8 and 12 bit delay samplers and other equipment either built or significantly modified by McPhedran.
The project also draws on an unlikely ally—the 60hz mains/hum universally despised by musicians, engineers (et al.) in a wholesale rejection of the common-sense notion that such spirits must be contained, if not vanquished. Dedicated to the naïve lovers of ghost stories, to the sceptics of techno-utopianism, and to the champions of psychic liberation everywhere.

Orange Revival - Futurecent (Fuzz Club)



Swedish psychedelic wanderers, The Orange Revival, sauntered onto the international psych stage in 2011 with a sell out debut album, Black Smoke Rising, and shows at Austin Psych Fest that wooed crowds with their 60s hypnotic flavour, spiced with hammering drums, organ buzz and fuzzy guitar riffs. Their follow up LP, Futurecent, is set to cement their position in the ever-growing international psych scene.

With mastering by Sonic Boom / Pete Kember of Spaceman 3 and Spectrum, the album was recorded over two years in an abandoned warehouse using an incredible catalogue of vintage gear: 60s instrumentation, 80s Casios and a 1989 Tascam (say what Tascam product). The resulting sound is a collection of doomsday drones, stirring up blues, punk and a touch of desert rock that echoes some of the wildest chapters of rock & roll history, from The Stooges to Brian Jonestown Massacre and early Nebula.

The album was anticipated by the single “Saturation” which was defined ‘a rumbling space-rocker’ by US magazine Under The Radar and remixed by Roger Brogan from Spectrum. fuzzclub.com

theorangerevival.com