Sometimes one creates a dynamic impression by saying something, and sometimes one creates a significant impression by remaining silent.
My Sleeping Karma combines the organic aspect of psychedelic groove rock with emotional shades of aphasian landscapes. That was the inTention of the debut album and it still remains. Guitar, bass and drums in love with a soundboard.
Samsara Blues Experiment are a Berlin based band, founded in Summer 2007 by lead-guitarist/singer Christian Peters.
As the band name implies three elemental aspects are to notice – the blues as the fundament where it all comes from, the inclusion of spiritual influences accompanied by Indian/raga music and the experimental approach to mix up varied elements in a convincing manner.
The band’s songs are dominated by a playful dual guitar work as well as a passionate blend of heavy psych, stoner and space rock. This is provided with several nuances and transitions in between – quite retro styled, jamming, even sometimes worked out with a repetitive hypnotic touch in the tradition of krautrock.
World In Sound released the long awaited debut ‘Long Distance Trip’ in March 2010 which finally offers the band’s potential.
The Machine is a three-piece psychedelic stoner rock band, together since somewhere 2007. In the last four years, they released three full length albums. Their latest effort, Drie (2010), was released at the German recordlabel Elektrohasch Records.
Besides playing numerous clubshows, The Machine also appeared on the bill at a couple of important festivals, one of them being Roadburn (2010 & 2011).
“The Machine, hailing from Rotterdam, Holland, pair molten stoner rock riffs with a fair dose of retro psych for good measure. The band also excels at incorporating acid-blues jamming that lifts their whole performance into outer space. The band’s latest album, Drie (out on Elektrohasch) captures the band in great form.”
Blues, grooves and a bottle of booze! Inspired by the heavy blues 68-72, this hard hitting band from Oslo, Norway is producing classic hard rock, stonerrock with a lot of blues. Heat it up with 2 spoonfuls of doom and psychedelia and you get Lonely Kamel.