Post by progrockdeepcuts on Oct 3, 2014 15:43:37 GMT
Hello everyone! Prog Rock Deep Cuts #52 is now available for streaming!
On this week's Deep Cuts, I'll be featuring some recent music from Alec K. Redfearn and the Eyesores. Trippy, melodic, heavy, retro, and modern all at once, Alec K. Redfearn's Sister Death is a 70's infused psychedelic folk journey that combines hypnotic rhythms with acidic, distorted electric guitar. Added to the sonic soup, we have Redfearn's Alice Cooper inspired vocal delivery, augmented by angelic female vocals and the unmistakable sound of the Hammond B-3 organ. Mix that in with the accordion and magic ensues!
Also on the program, I'll be featuring a sizable offering from 1970's Krautrockers Ash Ra Tempel and their mind-bending self-titled debut. Recorded and released in 1971, Ash Ra Tempel offers a trip to the cosmos in their unique take on symphonic and destructive rock music. Imagine swirling synths, repetitive drumbeats, and the distinct sound of the wah and you might have an idea of the intergalactic exploration I'm about to lead you on. Prepare thyself.
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