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Genre pick of the week Cover of Alpha Test 4 by Henge.


Alpha Test 4

    Intergalactic prog-ravers HENGE launch ‘Alpha Test 4’.The album, the band’s third, is a collection of indescribable sounds garnered from far off worlds.

    Side A contains six blistering, energetic tracks designed to stimulate and educate - each one taking the listener on a brief, adventurous musical encounter beyond their wildest imagination. It features the single “Get A Wriggle On”, a joyous electro/prog banger calling for immediate action to tackle the climate crisis looming over Earth, along with a glitchy vignette about malfunctioning robots called “Self Repair Protocol”. Side A also contains squelching paeans for the virtue of discovery, both in the galaxy (“Wanderlust”) and the mind (“Altered State”), as well as a trippy tribute to one of the most resilient creatures known to humans, “Tardigrades”.

    The mind-expanding Side B, meanwhile, sees HENGE collate a batch of cosmic, melody-melting epics. Listeners will be taken on a psychedelic journey through the arpeggiated radiations of “Ra” to the Space Rock salute of Asteroid, arriving at the love letter to Earth that is “First Encounter”.

    HENGE have been delighting audiences across the UK and Europe since they landed on Earth seven years ago. Their music - known as “Cosmic Dross" - escapes definition, but occupies a space between rave and prog rock that nobody knew existed - going ‘where no band has gone before’. Ultimately, HENGE spread a message of hope that leaves audiences feeling amused and uplifted in equal measure.


    Get A Wriggle On
    Self Repair Protocol
    Altered State
    First Encounter
    Alpha Test 4

    Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.

    Acid Motherly Love - 2023 Reissue

      Third release in the 'first time on vinyl' trilogy, following the quickly sold out 'Pink Lady Lemonade - You're From Outer Space' (REPOSELP102) & 'Myth Of The Love Electrique' (REPOSELP111).

      Here we have the bands classic 2007 double album 'Acid Motherly Love' pressed on vinyl for the first time. This 2LP set is pressed on transparent orange vinyl, and comes housed in a fully redesigned gatefold sleeve complete with obligatory nudity.

      'Acid Motherly Love' is another OUT-THERE ride through Acid Mothers weird and psychedelic world. Guitars howl, riffs grow BIGGER with each minute and brains get fried along the way. Recorded under falling ash and burning roof tiles, 'Acid Motherly Love' features every dimension of their legendary underground sound - from wild riff heavy jams, to quieter acoustic passages and spoken monologues, all capped by the trance inducing 15 minute-plus epic 'Santa Sanrodriguez'.


      Side A. Douchebag (a) Tales Of Mystery Zone (b) Sometime In Your Pussy
      Side B. Douchebag (c) Lament Of After Egos, Astro Elvis E.S.P.
      Side C. Che Già Si Fà, Traitors With Beautiful Hearts
      Side D. Santa Sanrodriguez, Johnny Johnny Jerusalem

      The Guy Hamper Trio

      All The Poisons In The Mud

        The Guy Hamper Trio is: Billy Childish on guitar, his wife Julie on bass and Wolf Howard on drums - who as it happens was the drummer in the original incarnation of JTQ - and of course features James Taylor on Hammond organ. The Guy Hamper Trio provide a bottom end, Blues-influenced instrumental mayhem for those unafraid of dirt, germs and true grime.

        Kikagaku Moyo

        Forest Of Lost Children - 2023 Repress

          Kikagaku Moyo is the musical union between five free spirits. Go Kurosawa (drums, Vocals) and Tomo Katsurada (Guitar, Vocals) formed the band in 2012 as a free artist’s collective. They met Kotsuguy (Bass) while he was recording noise from vending machines and Akira (Guitar) through their university. Ryu Kurosawa had been studying Sitar in India, upon returning home he found the perfect outlet for his practice.

          Since 2013 the band has released three full lengths, an EP, and several singles. They have toured Australia, the United States, Europe, Australia and Japan extensively. Kikagaku Moyo love to connect with people through performing, whether they are playing in a barn deep in a Swedish forest, on a desolate Mediterranean beach, or beside a sleepy river at 2014’s Levitation Fest they bring out the magic in everyone present.

          Their delicate use of melody and soft vocal harmonies contrast seamlessly with fuzzed out sitar riffs and feedback. To Kikagaku Moyo a song is like a breath of wind through the leaves or a fish jumping from the water. Their music is a conversation—sometimes delicate and tender other times explosive, but always human and always changing.


          Smoke And Mirrors
          Streets Of Calcutta
          White Moon

          Kikagaku Moyo

          House In The Tall Grass - 2023 Repress

            Kikagaku Moyo call their sound "psychedelic" because it encompasses a broad spectrum of influence: classical Indian music, Krautrock, traditional folks, & 70s rock. "House In The Tall Grass" features a more refined Kikagaku Moyo - soft vocals, warm Sitar, & the masterful balance between loud & soft & chaos & order, taking the listener on an unexpected psychedelic journey, where their traveling songs blend the interplay of the guitars, sitars, & voices suspended beyond belief.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Green Sugar
            2. Kogarashi
            3. Old Snow, White Sun
            4. Melted Crystal
            5. Dune
            6. Silver Owl
            7. Fata Morgana
            8. Trad
            9. Cardigan Song

            Kikagaku Moyo

            Kikagaku Moyo - 2023 Repress

              The name means GEOMETRIC PATTERNS in Japanese. This Tokyo band started channeling the spirits of the Japanese psychedelic underground in the summer of 2012, quickly developing the sound of ‘60s psychedelia to a breathtaking degree. Their debut album exerts an elemental power. Enlivening their sound with sitars, percussive drums, theremins, wind instruments and ethereal vocals, the band manages to sound powerfully spacious and lazily serene all at once. Their songs can be light as air, or heavy as earth. Many evolve out of intense experiences of engagement with the natural world. The album’s first track, “Can You Imagine Nothing?” was written over a night spent jamming on a suspended footbridge in remote mountains.

              As the song progressed the bridge began to sway, making band members feel as though they were floating weightless in midair. Kikagaku Moyo started in the summer of 2012 busking on the streets of Tokyo. Though the band started as a free musiccollective, it quickly evolved into a tight group of multiinstrumentalists. Kikagaku Moyo call their sound psychedelicic because it encompasses a broad spectrum of influence. Their music incorporates elements of classical Indian music, Krautrock, Traditional Folk, and 70s Rock. Most importantly their music is about freedom of the mind and body and building a bridge between the supernatural and the present. Improvisation is a key element to their sound.

              TRACK LISTING

              A1 Can You Imagine Nothing? 
              A2 Zo No Senaka 
              A3 Tree Smoke 
              B1 Lazy Stoned Monk
              B2 Dawn

              Kikagaku Moyo

              Masana Temples - 2023 Repress

                Kikagaku Moyo started in the summer of 2012 busking on the streets of Tokyo. Though the band started as a free music collective, it quickly evolved into a tight group of multi-instrumentalists. Kikagaku Moyo call their sound psychedelic because it encompasses a broad spectrum of influence. Their music incorporates elements of classical Indian music, Krautrock, Traditional Folk, and 70s Rock. Most importantly their music is about freedom of the mind and body and building a bridge between the supernatural and the present. Improvisation is a key element to their sound.

                The shifting dimensions of Masana Temples, fourth album from psychedelic explorers Kikagaku Moyo,are informed by various experiences the band had with traveling through life together, ranging from the months spent on tour to making a pilgrimage to Lisbon to record the album with jazz musician Bruno Pernadas. The band sought out Pernadas both out of admiration for his music and in an intentional move to work with a producer who came from a wildly different background. With Masana Temples, the band wanted to challenge their own concepts of what psychedelic music could be. Elements of both the attentive folk and wild-eyed rocking sides of the band are still intact throughout, but they’re sharper and more defined.

                More than the literal interpretation of being on a journey, the album’s always changing sonic panorama reflects the spiritual connection of the band moving through this all together. Life for a traveling band is a series of constant metamorphoses, with languages, cultures, climates and vibes changing with each new town. The only constant for Kikagaku Moyo throughout their travels were the five band members always together moving through it all, but each of them taking everything in from very different perspectives. Inspecting the harmonies and disparities between these perspectives, the group reflects the emotional impact of their nomadic paths. The music is the product of time spent in motion and all of the bending mindsets that come with it.

                TRACK LISTING

                1. Entrance
                2. Dripping Sun
                3. Nazo Nazo
                4. Fluffy Kosmisch
                5. Nana
                6. Nana
                7. Orange Peel
                8. Amayadori
                9. Gatherings
                10. Blanket Song

                Carole King

                Home Again

                  Soundtrack to the brand new feature-length concert documentary “Home Again: Carole King Live In Central Park,” which presents musical icon Carole King’s triumphant May 26, 1973 homecoming concert on The Great Lawn of New York City’s Central Park before an estimated audience of 100,000. Home Again: Carole King Live In Central Park provides an inside view of a generational talent at her prime, performing one of the biggest and most momentous concerts of her career in the city where she was born.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Beautiful
                  2. Been To Canaan
                  3. Way Over Yonder
                  4. Smackwater Jack
                  5. Home Again
                  6. Sweet Seasons
                  7. It’s Too Late
                  8. Fantasy Beginning
                  9. You’ve Been Around Too Long
                  10. Being At War With Each Other
                  11. That’s How Things Go Down
                  12. Haywood
                  13. A Quiet Place To Live
                  14. You Light Up My Life
                  15. Corazón
                  16. Believe In Humanity
                  17. Fantasy End
                  18. You’ve Got A Friend

                  Kosmik Sun

                  Medium Interstellar

                    Kosmik Sun sees the return of Nordenham, Germany based Eugen Kohl, with a side project to his acclaimed Crypt Witch project, whose LPs flew out instantly on Feral Child sister label Deep Distance a couple of years ago.

                    Alongside Crypt Witch, the band features members of Coven Spell and Devil Leaf, and their debut here is a mesmerizing full length that takes its listeners on a hypnotic journey through the cosmos with its slow, hypnotic riffs and intergalactic soundscapes. Three epic, intensely deep stoner / psych cuts heavy on interstellar trips and hypnotic doom. The LP features beautiful sleeve artwork by DunkleStille. "Medium Interstellar" is a must-have for fans of slow, mesmerizing doom psych / metal and marks them as a name to watch out for with future releases planned….

                    A limited vinyl only LP on tasty oceanic blue splatter wax with Feral Child insert and wrapped up in cool screened FC outer PVCs…..

                    Les Abranis

                    Amazigh Freedom Rock 1973 - 1983

                      Les Disques Bongo Joe return to the scorching Kabyle rock of Abranis, the pioneering Algerian band that blended traditional Berber music with western rock, folk, disco, and funk, all the while proudly celebrating their Kabyle heritage. Amazigh Freedom Rock is a comprehensive look into their discography, from the garage-rock experimentations of their early days to their lushly orchestrated North African fusion masterpieces of the 1980s. The Abranis story begins in the mid-sixties, when Shamy El Baz and Karim Abdenou crossed paths in one of Paris' bohemian neighborhoods. Both were Kabyle, the Berber people from Algeria’s northern regions, both loved rock music, and both were passionate about fostering a modern Algerian sound, as inspired by Kabyle rhythms and melodies as it was by western rock. The two musicians founded Les Abranis in 1967. Together they experimented by mixing Kabyle vocals and melodies with garage and psych-rock but as the '70s progressed they increasingly moved away from the garage and psychedelia of their early days and began to interpret their Kabyle repertoire in more open and creative ways melting

                      prog rock, jazz and some early electronic influences. Over 11 electrifying tracks, Amazigh Freedom Rock 1973-1983 highlights their legacy as the underground kings of Kabyle rock.

                      TRACK LISTING

                      1. Athedjaladde
                      2. Chenar Le Blues
                      3. Akoudar
                      4. Avehri
                      5. Id Ed Was
                      6. Ayetheri A L'Afjare
                      7. Therrza Rathwenza
                      8. Achethkhii
                      9. Thilelli
                      10. El Guoum Agui
                      11. Mmliyi Kan


                      Western Mystery Tradition

                        ‘Western Mystery Tradition’ is the third studio album from Detroit, MI via Brooklyn, NY outfit Moonwalks and is due for release May 26th via Fuzz Club. A departure from the band’s DIY psych-rock roots to a more mature and polished sound, the album was produced by Mattiel’s Jonah Swilley and recorded in May 2019 at Detroit’s acclaimed (and rumored haunted) Masonic Temple with Bill Skibbe (Jack White, The Kills) in a lodge belonging to the Free Masons’ Detroit chapter. “Western Mystery Tradition was conceived in the winter of 2019 amidst a polar vortex in Detroit, Michigan”, Moonwalks recall of the record’s origins: “At the time and in between touring, we lived together in a house on the west side that lacked a working stove and had no power in half of the building. The band - trapped indoors due to temperatures in the negatives and massive amounts of snow - drew inspiration from our isolated state amidst a bleak Michigan winter.”

                        Moonwalks consists of Kerrigan Pearce (drums), Jacob Dean (guitar), and Kate Gutwald (bass). Originating in Detroit's DIY scene, the trio started out playing in warehouses and makeshift venues across the city. Since then, they’ve gone on to tour extensively throughout North America and Europe supporting acts like The Murlocs, Metric, Julian Casablancas & The Voidz, Thee Oh Sees, The Liminanas, and The Mystery Lights to name a few. 

                        TRACK LISTING

                        1. Intro
                        2. War On Nothin'
                        3. Natural Possession
                        4. Cherry Shade
                        5. Jodi's Shoes
                        6. Outer Limits
                        7. Crown Of Roses
                        8. Joy Of Geraniums
                        9. Cream Of The Country
                        10. Into Time
                        11. Heavy Tears 

                        Mike Oldfield

                        Tubular Bells - 50th Anniversary Edition

                          This 50th Anniversary celebration edition of Tubular Bells, overseen by Mike Oldfield, contains a brand new half-speed Abbey Road master of the original album, plus a second album that unites several beguiling versions of Oldfield’s masterwork for the first time.

                          Receiving its first outing on vinyl is Tubular X, that Mike recorded in 1998 for an X-Files album*; Mike’s remix collaboration with York, the original Mike Oldfield’s Single (Theme From Tubular Bells)* and, for the first time since a very limited run in 2012, Mike’s stunning Tubular Bells/In Dulci Jubilo (Music for the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games).Of particular interest brand new eight-minute track Tubular Bells 4 Intro, which may well be the last thing ever recorded by Oldfield.

                          TRACK LISTING

                          Vinyl Tracklist


                          1. Tubular Bells - Part One (2023 Half Speed Master By Miles Showell)
                          2. Tubular Bells - Part Two (2023 Half Speed Master By Miles Showell)

                          LP2 - SIDE A

                          1. Tubular Bells 4 Intro (previously Unreleased Demo)
                          2. Tubular Bells/In Dulci Jubilo (Music For The Opening Ceremony Of The London 2012 Olympic Games)

                          LP2 - SIDE B

                          1. Tubular X
                          2. Tubular Bells (Mike Oldfield & YORK Remix)
                          3. Mike Oldfield's Single (Theme From Tubular Bells)

                          CD Tracklist

                          1. Tubular Bells - Part One
                          2. Tubular Bells - Part Two
                          3. Tubular Bells 4 Intro (previously Unreleased Demo)
                          4. Tubular Bells/In Dulci Jubilo
                          5. (Music For The Opening Ceremony Of The London 2012 Olympic Games)
                          6. Tubular Bells (Mike Oldfield & YORK Remix)

                          Steely Dan

                          Countdown To Ecstasy - 2023 Reissue

                            At long last: the classic Steely Dan catalog is back on vinyl. Led by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, Steely Dan released 7 albums from 1972-1980. The vinyl series continues with Countdown to Ecstasy, the band’s sprawling 1973 sophomore LP with such standouts as “Bodhisattva,” “Show Biz Kids” and “My Old School”.

                            TRACK LISTING

                            Side A
                            Razor Boy
                            The Boston Rag
                            Your Gold Teeth
                            Side B
                            Show Biz Kids
                            My Old School
                            Pearl Of The Quarter
                            King Of The World

                            Tame Impala

                            Lonerism - 10th Anniversary 3LP Edition

                              2022 marked the 10th anniversary of Lonerism. To celebrate, Tame Impala present fans with a deluxe 3LP reissue of the album that features previously unreleased demos from the era.

                              Recorded in both Western Australia and Paris between 2010 and 2012, Lonerism was Tame Impala’s breakout record. It received critical acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork and NME and is regarded as one of the best albums of 2012.

                              This expanded deluxe edition of the album features the singles ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards’ and ‘Elephant’ amongst the original album track list, plus:
                              • 2 previously unreleased demos
                              • A full side of album demos
                              • Deluxe 24-page booklet

                              Lonerism’s artwork is by Leif Podhajsky and Kevin Parker, and the album was mixed by Dave Fridmann. Anniversary edition artwork designed by Erin Knutson and Immanuel Yang, with additional photography by Matt Sav and Kevin Parker. 

                              TRACK LISTING

                              Side A:
                              Be Above It
                              Endors Toi
                              Apocalypse Dreams
                              Side B:
                              Mind Mischief
                              Music To Walk Home By
                              Why Won’t They Talk To Me?
                              Side C:
                              Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
                              Keep On Lying
                              Side D:
                              She Just Won’t Believe Me
                              Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control
                              Sun’s Coming Up
                              Side E:
                              Retina Show (Unreleased Demo)
                              Sidetracked Soundtrack (Unreleased Demo)
                              Side F:
                              Assorted Sketches, 2010-2012



                                For fans of - Led Zeppelin, All Them Witches, Rival Sons, Great Von Fleet

                                Late in 2021, Slow Season announced they’d become Westing, and that Ben McLeod (also of Nashville’s All Them Witches) was now in the four-piece on lead guitar alongside guitarist, vocalist and keyboardist Daniel Story Rice, bassist Hayden Doyel and drummer/recording engineer Cody Tarbell. Their new LP (fourth overall for RidingEasy), Future, is not coincidentally titled.

                                Says Rice, “We wanted to hit the reset button on some things and so we included a new band name to that list. Fresh start, for the psychological effect of it. We first met Ben in 2014 opening for All Them Witches in San Diego, and we did that again in 2016 and he and Cody corresponded about tape machines, music production, and other similar nerd stuff. We started swapping a few ideas early in 2021 and then flew him out for four days in August 2021. We got Future mostly down in that short span and did some remote stuff for overdubs, but nothing major. Obviously, our creative processes jelled pretty well to allow for such an efficiently productive session.”

                                So the story of Westing, and of Future, is about change, but the music makes itself so immediately familiar, it’s so welcoming, that it hardly matters. For about 10 years, the Visalia, California, outfit wandered the earth representing a new generational interpretation of classic heavy rock. The tones, warm. The melodies, sweet. The boogie, infectious. They went to ground after supporting their 2016 self-titled third album, and clearly it was time for something different.

                                Listening to Future opener “Back in the Twenties,” the message comes through clear (and loud) that however much Westing’s foundations might be in ‘70s styles, the moment that matters is now. It’s the future we’re living in, not the future that was. The big Zeppelin vibes at the outset and on “Big Trouble (In the City of Love)” and the local-bartender remembrance “Stanley Wu,” the dare-to-sound-like-Rocka-Rolla “Lost Riders” and the softshoe-ready shuffle of “Coming Back to Me” that leads into the payoff solo for the entire record, on and on; these pieces feed into an entirety that’s somehow loyal to homage while embodying a vitality that can only live up to the title they’ve given it.

                                “To me, ‘future’ is a word that embodies both hope and dread,” explains Rice, “and the future seems to be coming at us pretty quick these days. In some ways, it really feels like I am living in “the future,” as if I time traveled here and don't really belong. That feeling pervades this band's ethos in some ways. I thought Instagram was a steep climb until I met TikTok.”

                                Is Future the future? Hell, we should be so lucky. What Westing manifest in these songs is schooled in the rock of yore and theirs purely, and in that, Future looks forward with the benefit of the lessons learned across three prior full-lengths (and the accompanying tours) while offering the kind of freshness that comes with a debut. No, they’re not the same kids who released Mountains in 2014, and the tradeoff is being able to convey maturity, evolving creativity and stage-born dynamic on Future without sacrificing the spirit and passion that has underscored their work all along. – Words by JJ Koczan

                                TRACK LISTING

                                1. Back In The Twenties
                                2. Nothing New
                                3. Lost Riders Intro
                                4. Lost Riders
                                5. Big Trouble
                                6. Artemisia Coming Down
                                7. Silent Shout
                                8. Stanley Wu
                                9. Coming Back To Me

                                Wild Billy Childish & CTMF

                                Love Comes In Spurts

                                  Wild Billy Childish has been recording and performing since the 1977 punk explosion. The Pop Rivets, Thee Milkshakes, The Headcoats and The Buff Medways are just a few musical outfits that Billy has been involved with part time. His day job is being an internationally exhibited artist and poet.

                                  CTMF (The Chatham Forts) was the first group name Billy came up with for a group whilst he was Head of Research for The Medway Military Research Group - investigating the Medway Fortifications (as well as being an Apprentice Stonemason at Chatham Dockyard, Kent, 1976). It wasn't until 2013 that Billy got around to utilising the name. CTMF features his wife Julie on bass/vocals and Wolf Howard on drums (both playing with Billy in previous incarnations over the years). Described by Billy as 'the epitome of modern: the sound of yesterday, tomorrow!', CTMF have released ten albums and over thirty singles/EPs.

                                  This four-track 7" EP includes four song versions recorded for broadcast on Marc Riley's show on BBC6 Music on the evening of 31st August 2022. Opening up with a take on Richard Hell's 'Love Comes In Spurts', (endorsed by Richard himself), followed by 'Failure Not Success', a track that showcases Billy at his poetic best. Both are alternative takes from February 2023's LP release 'Failure Not Success'. The tracks that follow are 'Petrol In A Cup', and 'Love Can Lose'.

                                  "This will be much like the way we do things, and hopefully it'll be in accord with your expectation, but not necessarily" (Billy Childish - July '19).

                                  TRACK LISTING

                                  Side A
                                  1. Love Comes In Spurts (alt)
                                  2. Failure Not Success (alt)
                                  Side B
                                  1. Petrol In Cup
                                  2. Love Can Lose

                                  Various Artists

                                  Flying Mojito Bros - Greatest Hits (1970-1983)

                                    Cult DJs/producers Flying Mojito Bros have pressed a super-limited double compilation of their most celebrated releases to date plus an exclusive new track. Known as the go-to guys for reworking all things Classic Rock and Cosmic Country, their much-demanded party weapons have been sucker punching dancefloors for the past few years and it’s about goddamn time they were put together in this beautiful vinyl package. The release features 15 tracks, loosely mixed to offer a continuous listen in line with FMB’s famed mixtapes, but also allowing DJs to beatmix as they please. With only 500 units available worldwide, these will sell in a flash and become treasured artifacts.

                                    Reworks include Steely Dan, The Doors, Neil Young, ZZ Top, CSNY, Santana and more like you've never heard them before.

                                    While the re-edits masses repeatedly pick over the bones of soul, funk and disco, acid cowboys Flying Mojito Bros have created a name for themselves in looking uniquely to the vast, sun-baked, dust-caked libraries of Americana, Country and AOR for inspiration.

                                    Cosmic American Disco? Americana House Music? Whatever you call it, the FMB sound gloriously evokes the first summer of love meeting the second – re-imagining the likes of ZZ Top DJing the Haçienda, the Orb at Woodstock, or, fuck our best boots, Kenny & Dolly raving at Fabric.

                                    In addition to their current ‘Relatively Clean Ravers’ residency at The Social, FMB have found their DJ sets – always with a fat slab of unreleased new edits kept back for their own exclusive use – to be a hit among party people all over. Their music has turned party people loose in clubs, parties, poolside and late-night festival tents as far as Glastonbury, Bestival, Pikes Ibiza, Austin City Limits and beyond.

                                    FMB have worked their hoodoo on official remixes of Katy J Pearson, Flamingods, Raf Rundell (2 Bears), Black Peaches, Jouis, 77:78, Scott Hirsch, James Matthew VII, Jeffrey Silverstein, Rudy Norman, Gloria Ann Taylor and more – released on prestigious independent labels such as Heavenly, Paper Recordings and Ubiquity.

                                    The duo are no shrinking violets when it comes to visual art either: Whether DIY or through close artistic collaboration with the right brands, they’ve used their striking FMB brand to sell out many a limited run of cassette and merch drops, working with the likes of Vinyl Ranch, Ibiza Sonica, Patrón, Tito’s and Hikerdelic. What’s more, the trippy live visuals they’ve devised for their DJ sets elevates the music further still.

                                    Flying Mojito Bros have seen over a million streams worldwide and are priming a mushrooming US fanbase for a long-postponed, much-demanded 2023 headline DJ tour taking them from Texas to California. And if that’s not enough, original productions are in the making too.

                                    STAFF COMMENTS

                                    Paul says: I've loved their releaes on Too Slow To Disco but this is something else! I never realized they had some much material! A Pandora's box of soft rock, soul, psyche and Balearic moods.

                                    TRACK LISTING

                                    01. Tonight’s The Night
                                    02. Keep On
                                    03. Nighttime In The Switching Yard
                                    04. Union Man
                                    05. Five Mile Hike
                                    06. Ten Foot Pole
                                    07. Riders On The Storm
                                    08. Mudbone
                                    09. Southbound Again
                                    10. Carry On
                                    11. Do It Again
                                    12. Gold Dust Woman
                                    13. Area Code 303
                                    14. Arizone Desert
                                    15. Swamp Rap ‘83

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