Arlington/Texas based project headed by guitarist John Perez who is mainly busy playing heavy doom with bands like SOLITUDE AETURNUS and SORROWS PATH. Perez formed LIQUID SOUND COMPANY in the 1990s to be able to make some mind-expanding music which means interfacing psychedelic and space rock.
Rockadelic Records released the debut album 'Exploring The Psychedelic' in 1996 where Perez is supported by Teri Pritchard (bass) and drummer Jason Spradlin. Abandoning keyboards respectively synths they are offering quite diversified songs with pretty minimalistic stuff but also heavy fuzz guitars, oriental influences and hypnotic elements. The album was later (2005) re-released by german Nasoni label on vinyl.
Although the band wasn't steady at all during the following years they could release another effort in 2002 named 'Inside The Acid Temple' - this time with Moog support by new bass player David Fargason. Improved compared to the predecessor album they are covering the complete genre bandwith from west coast psychedelic to the heavier Hawkwind territory.
Acid Music for Acid People is a culmination of newer studio recordings coupled with very rare live and demo recordings. Totally disregarding any trends in psychedelic or other forms of music, the band stretches out and produces a soothing and at times intense mind altering stew fit for cosmic travels and massive mind meandering. Approaching these recordings with a direct line to higher key realms, Acid Music finds our favorite unknown Texas band keeping it simple with little or no overdubs, wrenching out a pure and raw connection to the psychedelic properties of the music. Sit back, fire up the lava lamps, pop those tabs and get ready to transport!
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