In this mini retro review, we take a look back at the 1971 album Maggot Brain by George Clinton's Funkadelic.
The Psych Ward: Oddessey and Oracle by The Zombies
We look back at the brilliant album whose lack of immediate success tragically broke up one of the great British Invasion bands: The Zombies.
Interview with Cream Lyricist Pete Brown
RIP: Pete Brown. Brown, who co-wrote songs for Cream and others, dishes on Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, and explains the meaning behind the classic "SWLABR" in this never-before-published interview from a couple of months ago.
The Psych Ward–Lazer Guided Melodies by Spiritualized
Lazer Guided Melodies, the debut album by Spiritualized, is a record unhindered by creative compromise, as J Spaceman breaks away from the conflicted relationship he had with Spacemen 3.
Calm Ya Farm by The Murlocs–Album Review
Australian band The Murlocs, fronted by King Gizzard member Ambrose Kenny-Smith, are set to release an album on May 19th that's more Southern rock than psychedelic.
The Psych Ward–A Wizard, a True Star by Todd Rundgren
This retro review looks 50 years into the past at the brilliant album, A Wizard, a True Star, by multi-talented instrumentalist/producer Todd Rundgren.