Jack Hopkin opens the doors to the ever-curious "Curiosity Shoppe" for the third time, bringing you the best psychedelic music recommendations, from the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, to Ecletion, and World of Oz.
In this second column, connoisseur of psychedelic curiosities, Jack Hopkin, runs through some key recommendations - from Skip Bifferty and Mort Garson, to Jethro 'Toe' and John Fahey.
Words by Vanessa Pettendorfer: Vanessa Pettendorfer was born in Germany in 1981. She has a B.A. in art history and is working as a semi-professional musician. Appreciating all kinds of music - especially the progressive 60's/70's scene, she is now up to the deeper exploration of sound textures. At the zenith of her career, [...]
Featured image: Axe Would recommend if you're a fan of: Kak, Tea Company, Ant Trip Ceremony, Ford Theatre, Jefferson Airplane Back in 1969, psychedelic music had already been exposed to the masses for a number of years. In fact, many major recording artists of the time that had previously experimented with music in the psychedelic vein, had already moved [...]
A column dedicated to recommendations from the peak of the psychedelic era, undiscovered in plain sight, and often fabled much like Atlantis. Make yourself at home and look among the wares on display...
Track-by-track album review of Lord Of The Ages (1973) by English progressive folk group, Magna Carta
Track-by-track album review of "Heathen Hymns" by folk-rock six-piece, Galley Beggar.
Track-by-track album review of This Is Us (1969) by British "sunshine-pop" band Harmony Grass