The seventh episode takes you on a psychedelic trip around the world. Featuring underground rock from Australia, campfire folk from Norway, a mind-boggling concept album from South Africa, cosmic folk from Ibiza, trippy environmental rock from Canada, fairytale psych from Middle Earth and more. Enjoy!
The sixth episode. Featuring the cool deep voice of Gale Garnett. 80s DIY prog from Junius Brutus. The classic British psych monster Apple. Canterbury magic from Caravan. Trippy acoustic folk from Perth County Conspiracy and more. Enjoy!
The fifth episode featuring progressive folk based on an ancient Irish tale, dreamy American psychedelia from J. K. & Co, tax scam power-pop from John Scoggins, pure magic from Davey & Morris and Jan & Lorraine, suicidal folk from John Williams and more. Enjoy!
The fourth episode featuring a lysergic freak out from Me Myself and Eye, acid folk from Just Others and Click,
traumatizing funky children's music from The Stark Reality, some trippy Swedish music from Resan, dreamlike baroque pop from Duncan Browne and more. Enjoy!
The third episode featuring mind-blowing psychedelic folk-rock from Dr. Strangely Strange, some trippy psych from Faine Jade and Pretty Things, breezy power-pop from Shape of the rain, some laid-back rural folk from Gary Higgins and Heron and a majestic power ballad from Jackie McAuley. Enjoy!
The second episode featuring the cosmic glam sing-along ”Flying Saucers Have Landed” by Paul St. John, some progressive folk by Fuchsia and Justine, some affordable American psych from Kensington Market and Green, and some unaffordable monsters like Rick Saucedo and Tudor Lodge.
The premiere episode featuring some fine psychedelic gems like Boeing Duveen and the Beautiful Soup, Bobak Jons Malone, and The Paisleys, and some acid folk from Robin Scott, Marc Brierley, and the South African minstrel John Phillips. Also: Spirogyra, Gandalf the Grey, Injun Joe, and Svensk.