Author: earthless

Carlton Melton

“Finally, a psychedelic band that successfully crosses generations, appealing equally to old school bong-bubblers, kinky krautrockers and the new school of psychedelic stooges. Can-style jams, trance-inducing drones and Ummagumma-era Pink Floyd ambiance may be the foundation here but these improv jams easily break from the tether of their influences and soar righteously through the stratosphere. Freak out.”

Smoking Spore – Conversations In D-Minor (2009)

“The album contains the entire second jam session of Texas-based Smoking Spore, recorded live-in-studio… The four-piece instrumental band blends seventies-inspired psychedelia with modern ambience, Southern stoner grooves, and a healthy buffet of bizarre guitar effects… Smoking Spore skips, jumps, waddles, and trips their way through completely improvised psychedelic epics.”

Earthless

“The psychedelic sound of EARTHLESS from California, San Diego, has two faces: a free improvisational trio in style of early ASH RA TEMPEL and live jammings of CREAM, and a heavy stoner riffings is style of BLACK SABBATH and BUDGIE. This sound is borne from efforts of guitarist Isaiah Mitchell, bass player Mike Eginton and drummer Mario Rubalcaba. In their free improvisations the rhythm section keeps the time and marks changes of modal themes for the fuzzy guitar doing both cosmic explorations and heavy stoner riff construction works. If you like vintage psychedelia or heavy stoner rock, preferrably both, this group blends these elements in a professional manner.”

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