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LSD and the Search for God hit the Northern California coast in 2005–seemingly from another space and time–dosing San Francisco’s underground psychedelic music community with hypnotic live shows built upon swirling guitars, otherworldly drones, fuzzed-out pop hooks, and youthfully flirtatious male/female vocals.

After one of their first gigs (with Australia's The Morning After Girls), LSD was asked by Kurt Heasley to play with Lilys. Shortly after, they were invited on two separate West Coast tours: first with Spectrum… read more

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  • Avatar for Jaffa_Cake
    I listened to the new EP before I ever listened to the old one so maybe I don't get it but it seems a bit harsh to expect a huge advancement in sound even if has been so long between releases. Unless the band have been in gender bending side projects in the meantime I don't know about or something like that
  • Avatar for Codders1111
    I liked the new EP. Perhaps not quite up to the old one, but that's a legitimate masterpiece.
  • Avatar for kaphooeyboyo
    Awesome, their new tracks are good too
  • Avatar for AtmosphericPhil
    pretty weak comeback, but it's better than nothing i guess
  • Avatar for hurricane_mario
    New EP is nice, I expected a little more advancement in their sound, though. [2]
  • Avatar for Monoracerpilot
    Show at Cosmosis was beyond ethereal, they mastered the acoustics brilliantly so as to have the frequencies carried out in just the right way to build a very meticulously structured ambience. Exactly how I want a shoegaze show to go.
  • Avatar for sls
    New EP is nice, I expected a little more advancement in their sound, though.
  • Avatar for Antonius_Fire
    The new EP is a disappointment.
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