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  • Alvarius B

    (2,346 listeners)

    folk, experimental, psychedelic, blues

    Moniker and solo project of Alan Bishop, member of Sun City Girls.

  • Amen Dunes

    (23,271 listeners)

    lo-fi, psychedelic, folk, experimental

    Amen Dunes, the solo project of Damon McMahon, began with recordings made in the fall of 2006 in upstate New York.

  • Balam Acab

    (133,347 listeners)

    witch house, electronic, ambient, dubstep

    Balam Acab is the musical project of 21 year old Pennsylvania, USA native Alec Koone. Balam Acab's contributions fit squarely into the contemporary witch house canon made popular by bands such as oOoOO and Salem.

  • Bill Orcutt

    (7,973 listeners)

    noise, free improvisation, psychedelic, improv

    Bill Orcutt is the guitarist of Miami based noise rock trio Harry Pussy and a guitar virtuoso-free improviser in his own right.

  • Birds of Avalon

    (6,899 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, rock, psychedelic, garage

    After a 7-year stint in a prison van with the double drum, frenetic rock n' roll assault known as The Cherry Valence, guitarists Cheetie Kumar and Paul Siler, felt a growing desire to move on. In a final whirlwind year that saw The Cherry Valence touring Europe multiple times, the couple, Kumar and Siler, got married and made the difficult decision to divorce their band.

  • Calico Haunts

    (58 listeners)

    psychedelic, folk, dreamy, hung out with

  • Doldrums

    (47,140 listeners)

    experimental, psychedelic, post-rock, electronic

    1) Doldrums is the project of young Montreal based musician and videoartist Airick Woodhead. He creates intense music for staying up all night, just thinking. ENDLESSDOLDRUMS.COM or facebook It's "a sea of chopped up samples, disembodied vocals and tribal percussion. Electro-hallucinogenic freak outs and fuzzy warm nostalgia" (No Pain in Pop).

  • Guardian Alien

    (2,178 listeners)

    psychedelic rock, experimental, try, psychedelic

    In Guardian Alien, electronic and otherworldly textures tessellate against a vast and empty expanse, space gorged on those tremendous beats, guitars that squeal and slice like the bass of Lightning Bolt, and actual bass that hovers like a dark and curious cloud. There are wall-covering shrieks and militaristic repetition, head-down breakdowns and tangential rips. —Grayson Currin

  • Heads On Sticks

    (375 listeners)

    north carolina, check this out

    UK post punk/deathrock band active in the late 80s.

  • MAKE

    (2,219 listeners)

    sludge, stoner, doom, metal

    There are 6 different bands with this name: 1)MAKE is a heavy blend of psychedelic sludge metal from Chapel Hill, NC featuring Scott Endres from the defunct Boston space-rock band SUNTAN, Spencer Lee of Chapel Hill band Systems and drummer Matt Stevenson.

  • Oneida

    (69,539 listeners)

    experimental, psychedelic, noise, indie rock

    Oneida is an experimental rock band from Brooklyn, New York. Their influences include psychedelic rock, krautrock, electronic, and noise rock, but the overall structure and intent of their music cannot be easily traced to any of these styles, or the myriad other styles they have drawn upon in recordings.

  • Six Organs of Admittance

    (160,778 listeners)

    folk, experimental, psychedelic, new weird america

    Six Organs of Admittance is the primary musical project of guitarist Ben Chasny, formed in 1998 in northern California.

  • The Atlas MothUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (10,445 listeners)

    sludge, post-metal, psychedelic, sludge metal

    Hailing from Chicago, The Atlas Moth take their bluesy hometown roots and combine that with New Orleans style sludge & 60s psychedelic. Gritty and raw, yet thought out and insightful. If you grew up living in a swamp wearing a Black Sabbath T-Shirt and ate nothing but fried chicken, this is your band.

  • The Psychic Paramount

    (13,525 listeners)

    noise rock, psychedelic, experimental, post-rock

    New York City, United States (2002 - present) The Psychic Paramount is Ben Armstrong (bass), Jeff Conaway (drums) and Drew St. Ivany (guitar), three lead instruments individually and together.

  • Thee Oh Sees

    (167,618 listeners)

    garage rock, lo-fi, psychedelic, garage

    Thee Oh Sees are a band from San Francisco, California, USA. The group began as an outlet for John Dwyer to release his instrumental, experimental home recordings, and over the course of several albums evolved into a full band. The band is noted for both its prolific album releases, energetic live shows, and their whimsical visual aesthetic that juxtaposes cartoon imagery and horror.

  • White Hills

    (31,900 listeners)

    space rock, psychedelic rock, psychedelic, stoner rock

    With just the right blend of psychedelia and hypnotic grooves, WHITE HILLS weaves in and out of anthemic chants, deep space bleeps and other worldly madness for a mix that proves to be intoxicating. Since the release of the band’s debut CD, listeners have been praising their originality and unique brand of heavy space rock.

  • Wooden Wand

    (30,761 listeners)

    folk, alt-country, freak folk, psychedelic

    Says Swans frontman and head of Young God Records Michael Gira, James Jackson Toth's "got that picaresque quality that Dylan had in his heyday, wherein the shambolic narrator undergoes various travails and epiphanies—harrowing, bleak and darkly comical—in the course of a narrative, then leaves you mystified, both smiling and sad."

  • Young Magic

    (69,937 listeners)

    indie, experimental, electronic, psychedelic

    Young Magic is a collective based in Brooklyn New York and from the world ~ beats, boogie, psych, soul. this is a space for Young Magic art, vision, word and sound. http://cargocollective.com/youngmagic http://youngmagic.bandcamp.com/ http://soundcloud.com/young-magic

  • Zola Jesus

    (241,577 listeners)

    lo-fi, psychedelic, ambient, noise

    Zola Jesus is the stage name of Russian-American singer-songwriter Nika Roza Danilova (born 11 April 1989 in Phoenix, Arizona and raised in Merrill, Wisconsin). Her music style combines electronic, industrial, classical, goth, and experimental rock influences.