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Psychic Lemon - Psychic Lemon (2016)  Music

Posted by gribovar at Dec. 12, 2017
Psychic Lemon - Psychic Lemon (2016)

Psychic Lemon - Psychic Lemon (2016)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 292 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 101 MB | Front cover
Genre: Psychedelic/Space Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Self-released

If you have ever wondered what a cross between Primal Scream, Amon Duul and Jethro Tull sound like then Psychic Lemon may just be the band for you. A curious amalgamation of sounds, their entire album is akin to freewheeling out of the cosmos on a wave of flutes and thumping bass lines. Throw in a huge dose of Bobby Gillespie style vocals circa Vanishing Point and you have an album fit for the title of most stupendous psych release last year. Right from the off Psychic Lemon throw everything at you but also make sure it is sublimely funky and melodic. It’s like some lost relic from the 70’s which turns up at boot sales once in a while inviting you into the mysterious workings of an underground band…

Cream Lemon UK - December 01, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Pulitzer at Dec. 4, 2017
Cream Lemon UK - December 01, 2017

Cream Lemon UK - December 01, 2017
English | 30 pages | True PDF | 7.1 MB

Cream Lemon UK - November 01, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Pulitzer at Nov. 29, 2017
Cream Lemon UK - November 01, 2017

Cream Lemon UK - November 01, 2017
English | 30 pages | True PDF | 6.6 MB

Cream Lemon USA - November 01, 2017  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at Nov. 22, 2017
Cream Lemon USA - November 01, 2017

Cream Lemon USA - November 01, 2017
English | 30 pages | True PDF | 7.1 MB

Cream Lemon - August 01, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Pulitzer at Oct. 23, 2017
Cream Lemon  - August 01, 2017

Cream Lemon - August 01, 2017
English | 38 pages | True PDF | 7.9 MB

Cream Lemon - October 01, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Pulitzer at Oct. 23, 2017
Cream Lemon  - October 01, 2017

Cream Lemon - October 01, 2017
English | 30 pages | True PDF | 6.7 MB

Cream Lemon - September 01, 2017  Newspapers

Posted by Pulitzer at Oct. 19, 2017
Cream Lemon  - September 01, 2017

Cream Lemon - September 01, 2017
English | 38 pages | True PDF | 8.0 MB

Modey Lemon - The Curious City (2005) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at Oct. 17, 2017
Modey Lemon - The Curious City (2005) [Re-Up]

Modey Lemon - The Curious City (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 392 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 133 Mb | Scans included
Garage Rock, Garage Punk, Alternative Rock | Label: Mute | # CDSTUMM238 | 00:54:24

The Modey Lemon's Phil Boyd (guitars, Moogs, vocals) and Paul Quattrone (drums) invited Jason Kirker to join the band on bass and keys after he produced Thunder + Lightning. But that's not the only change on 2005's Curious City. In the band's earlier work, Boyd sang in a slithering rasp that matched Modey's blues-punk skuzz ably, if only satisfactorily. But on City his suddenly clearer vocals are the key hinge to mounting blasts of hellacious Moog noise and weird melodies that slink from under the belly of classic rock & roll. (On Curious they're weird even when quiet, as the downcast Animals redux "Countries" proves.) The background of "Fingers, Drains" warbles in heat and melting instrument noises, and Boyd's vocal on it is downright sultry. Meanwhile "Sleep Walkers" is some of the most efficient music Modey Lemon's ever made; it sounds like a lost Golden Earring B-side with its throbbing bass and insistent drum clap.

The Creative Spark: Lauren Lemon, Creative Portrait Photographer  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Landau17 at Oct. 3, 2017
The Creative Spark: Lauren Lemon, Creative Portrait Photographer

The Creative Spark: Lauren Lemon, Creative Portrait Photographer
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 17:24 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 327.6 MB

The Lemon Twigs - Brothers of Destruction EP (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Sept. 27, 2017
The Lemon Twigs - Brothers of Destruction EP (2017)

The Lemon Twigs - Brothers of Destruction EP (2017)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) - 119 MB | Cover | 00:18:26
Psychedelic Rock, Power Pop | Label: 4AD

Long Island’s D’Addario brothers craft another lush, ambitious patchwork of their favorite sounds of the ’60s and ’70s. On Brothers of Destruction, they’re both gorgeously simple (“Beautiful”) and dizzyingly complex “Night Song” sets the tone for its erratic stumble through baroque pop, dark psychedelia, and prog rock with the opening line “I think I went a little nuts at the grocery store.” Most satisfyingly, “Why Didn’t You Say That?” and “Light and Love” suggest the duo are increasingly willing to let their terrific melodies play out before stuffing them down multiple wormholes.